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U.S. Tour With Combichrist The Birthday Massacre Announced
New York based Dark Alternative Rock band Echo Black has released their debut music video “Burn Another Day” (featuring Davey Suicide), directed by Nathan Crooker. The track was produced by Nick Scott and is available for purchase now on iTunes & Amazon.
This song marks both a beginning and an end for us; the close of one chapter and the opening of another. The four of us have spent a lot of years waiting for this very moment and we each poured our individual sets of influence and experience into this song and video. We are hungry and we are coming out with guns blazing. We are the sound of midnight. – Danny Blu (Lead Vocals)
The band also has announced the dates of their upcoming North American tour with Combichrist and The Birthday Massacre. The tour kicks off on October 28th in Baltimore, Maryland and works its way throughout the United States wrapping up on November 23rd in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Echo Black U.S. Tour With Combichrist & The Birthday Massacre Tour Dates:
10/28 @ Soundstage – Baltimore, Maryland
10/29 @ Marlin Room @ Webster Hall – New York, New York
10/30 @ Fete Music Hall – Providence, Rhode Island
11/02 @ The Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
11/03 @ Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, Ohio
11/04 @ The Abbey – Chicago, Illinois
11/05 @ Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, Minnesota
11/06 @ Granada Theater – Lawrence, Kansas
11/07 @ The Summit Music Hall – Denver, Colorado
11/08 @ Area 51 – Salt Lake City, Utah (no Birthday Massacre)
11/10 @ Slim’s – San Francisco, California
11/11 @ The Whisky – West Hollywood, California
11/12 @ The Glasshouse – Pomona, California
11/13 @ Nile Theater – Mesa, Arizona
11/14 @ The Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, New Mexico
11/15 @ TBA – El Paso, Texas
11/16 @ Korova – San Antonio, Texas
11/17 @ Gas Monkey – Dallas, Texas
11/19 @ The Ready Room – St Louis, Missouri
11/20 @ The Rave – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
11/21 @ The Stache – Grand Rapids, Michigan
11/22 @ St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, Michigan
11/23 @ Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, Indianapolis (no Birthday Massacre)
Additional Tour & Ticket Information HERE
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