Thursday, December 18, 2008

Tribe After Tribe to perform at Spaceland in support of new release

Psychedelic tribal rockers TRIBE AFTER TRIBE are pleased to announce their upcoming show in Los Angeles on January 15th at Spaceland in celebration of the release of their new album; M.O.A.B. Do not miss this rare opportunity to experience live what is considered by many to be one of the world’s finest three piece bands ever. Tribe’s music has been described as a fine fusion of hard rock and African rhythms somewhere between the epic noise of Led Zeppelin and the modern world beat of Peter Gabriel.

“"Tribe's fiery, psychedelic punk assault burns….” – Los Angeles Times

The show will be streamed LIVE online via the Tribe After Tribe’s Website at

For more information and a host of footage from the making of the band’s latest album, M.O.A.B., as well as tour footage and band jams please check in at .

The Tribe After Tribe Kyte Video Player will be utilized as part of the “Live Jams” series focused on streaming Tribe after Tribe’s live shows and desert jams over the internet.

Tribe After Tribe’s Kyte Video Player includes a clickable link at the top of the player that links directly to Tribe After Tribe’s Official Live Streaming Page the only place to experience The Live Streaming Jams.

Tribe After Tribe release party at Spaceland
January 15
Time: 8:30pm
Location: 1717 Silverlake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Price: $8 advance / $10 doors

M.O.A.B Stories from Deuteronomy Tribes after tribes latest album is released on Rodeostar Records, which is distributed by Megaforce’s MRI unit. The album was produced by Bingo Richey.

“…a beautiful album, crafted rather than merely recorded.” – Kerrang!

M.O.A.B continues the work Tribe after tribe began in South Africa more than two decades ago, fusing unique world rock elements with ringleader Robbi Robb’s incisive, intelligent lyrical dreamscapes, exposing the evil forces of Apartheid and its ideological brethren…forces that remain with us today, perhaps more so than ever before. The message in the music is not, however, a political one, but rather a simple signpost pointing to the common ground of the human heart which we all share.

M.O.A.B., is available for purchase on both iTunes and

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