KING HOWL European Tour – March 2016

King Howl Spring European Tour in Partnership With Talk ABout Records And Reeson Electric Division.


KING HOWL | EUROPEAN TOUR – MARCH 2016 Talk About Records, in collaboration with Six Nine Six Booking, Brincamus and Agitoriu, is proud to present the new King Howl’s european tour. The tour will start with two gigs in northern Italy, will continue in Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland. Below you can find the complete Schedule.

02/03/16 - IT - BOLOGNA, Freakout

03/03/16 - IT - NOALE, Lighthouse

04/03/16 - AT - GRAZ, Wakuum

05/03/16 - H - PÉCS, Pécsi Est Café

06/03/16 - H - BUDAPEST, Auróra

08/03/16 - CZ - AŠ, Cihellna

09/03/16 - DE - NÜRNBERG, MUZclub

10/03/16 - DE - MÜNCHEN, Import Export

11/03/16 - DE - SCHWANDORF, Swanflight Festival

13/03/16 - CH - SANKT GALLEN, Rümpeltum

KING HOWL play HEAVY BLUES: sounds coming from the first part of XX century, like those from people like Son House, Muddy Water, Howling Wolf, Robert Johnson, are filtered out and take new shape, combining stoner rock, 70's classic rock, funk and fuzzy sounds in a new crossover labored with spontaneity and naturalness, in a direct way. Their set is is a flow of sounds that never stops. The band released a three tracks Ep in 2010, the full-lenght “King Howl Quartet” in 2012, produced by Talk About Records and distributed in all Europe by Go Down Records, and The “Truck Stop Ep” made by four tracks recorded and mixed by Gabriele Boi (The Rippers, Mojomatics) and produced by Talk About Records & Reeson Electric Division. Since the beginning King Howl have a large live activity, which brought them around all Italy and Europe (Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belgium, France); the band also played at international festivals such as Time in Jazz (Berchidda), Pietrasonica Festival (Osoppo), Maximum Festival (Treviso), Crumble Fight Fest (Nantes), Freiburg Fuzz Fest (Freiburg), opening Fatso Jetson, Yawning Man, Greenleaf, My Sleeping Karma, Siena Root, Bob Margolin.









Pic: Raffaele Tronci, Posters: Elena Cabitza

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