Monday, April 9, 2007

Horse the Band goes on tour

In celebration of their forthcoming release titled "A Natural Death" (KOCH 6/26) HORSE The Band triumphantly sets out for their first headline U.S. tour, aptly named "Radicalysm,". HTB guitarist Dave Islen exclaims, "The HORSE will ride HIGH and STRONG."

HORSE the band returns from the future to prepare the world for the imminent metaphysical crisis of its upcoming classic June 26, 2007 release, "A Natural Death," the award winning, multi-platinum effort that in all possible worlds entails a violation of causality that unravels the fabric of space-time.

"'A Natural Death' is about the futility and arrogance of creation and destruction, the overwhelming scale of space and time, and the brutal majesty of nature, the horror of birth and the beauty of death . Everyone who will ever live will die a natural death, and will soon after be forgotten for eternity. Hopefully this album will serve as a warning to the human race to stop taking itself so seriously, as we have seen the dire consequences of its actions in the future. You are nothing." Proclaims keyboardist Erik Engstrom

HORSE the band consists of five demi gods running from a haunted past they can't possibly remember. Formed on the mean streets of Los Angeles after the birth of the new millennium, the members of HORSE began to create their exotic sound to fight the past and create the future.

HORSE the band consists of Nathan the tormented poet beast on vocals, David the hyper-intelligent lover on guitar, Erik the child-like wizard of keyboards, Chris the baby horse awaiting his gelding on drums, and Dash the gritty urban barbarian on bass.

HORSE the band's music has won them many accolades for energy and originality. Often referred to as 'nintendo-core' because of their spastic and glorious brutality, they prefer to strike out and create their own unique sounds each time they manifest their powers. Among their many achievements HORSE was listed as one of Alternative Press'
Magazine's Top 100 Bands to Watch. One thing is for certain - You will love them or you will pretend not to, but in the end you can not deny their prowess.

Tue/Mar-13 Dallas TX The Door
Wed/Mar-14 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit
Thu/Mar-15 Houston TX Java Jazz
Fri/Mar-16 Baton Rouge LA The Darkroom
Sat/Mar-17 Tallahassee FL The Beta Bar
Sun/Mar-18 Orlando FL The Social
Mon/Mar-19 St. Petersburg FL State Theatre
Tue/Mar-20 West Palm Beach FL Ray's Downtown Blues
Wed/Mar-21 Jacksonville FL Jack Rabbits
Thu/Mar-22 Atlanta GA The Masquerade-Downstairs
Fri/Mar-23 Charlotte NC The Casbah
Sat/Mar-24 Wilmington DE The Harmony Grange Hall
Sun/Mar-25 Millvale PA Mr. Smalls Theatre
Mon/Mar-26 Virginia Beach, Va Gils
Tue/Mar-27 Baltimore MD The Ottobar
Wed/Mar-28 Philadelphia PA First Unitarian Church
Thu/Mar-29 Brooklyn NYC Europa ( HHLL is not on this show & number twelve is not on this show ! )

Fri/Mar-30 South Hackensack, NJ School of Rock
Sat/Mar-31 Poughkeepsie, NY The Loft
Sun/Apr-01 Worcester MA The Palladium Upstairs
Mon/Apr-02 Providence RI The Living Room - RI
Tue/Apr-03 New Haven CT Toad's Place
Wed/Apr-04 OFF
Thu/Apr-05 Montreal QC Café L'inco
Fri/Apr-06 Ottawa ON Babylon
Sat/Apr-07 Quebec City QC L'Anti
Sun/Apr-08 Toronto ON Opera House
Mon/Apr-09 London ON The Salt Lounge
Tue/Apr-10 Buffalo NY The Buffalo Icon
Wed/Apr-11 Cleveland OH Peabody's
Thu/Apr-12 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
Fri/Apr-13 Mount Clemens, MI Hayloft
Sat/Apr-14 Covington KY Top Cats
Sun/Apr-15 DeKalb, IL The House Café
Mon/Apr-16 Chicago IL Metro
Tue/Apr-17 Champaign, IL Highdive
Wed/Apr-18 St. Louis MO Creepy Crawl
Thu/Apr-19 Wichita KS The Eagle Lodge
Fri/Apr-20 Denver CO Marquis
Sat/Apr-21 Salt Lake City UT Avalon
Sun/Apr-22 Boise ID The Venue
Mon/Apr-23 Seattle WA El Corazon
Tue/Apr-24 Portland OR Hawthorne Theater
Wed/Apr-25 Eugene OR WOW Hall
Thu/Apr-26 San Francisco CA Slim's

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