Industrial music has recently had quite resurgence when it comes to popularity and creative output. The likes of Rammstein and Nine Inch Nails have maintained huge, euphoric fan support throughout their careers (with the latter of course reforming in recent years), whilst the likes of Combichrist have continued to show just how diverse and immediate a style it can be. Whilst not the household name of some of their aforementioned peers, 3Teeth certainly warrant as much praise for flying the Industrial flag into a new generation; having been handpicked to support Tool on the back of their début self-titled album (Artoffact Records); a tour that delayed the workings of a follow-up which only now finally sees the light of day. Continue reading
2017 is going to be a busy year for Danzig. The legendary front man has already confirmed that his new album, ‘Black Laden Crown’, will be coming in May (details), plus he announced the return of his “Blackest of the Black Festival” as well. Last night Danzig appeared on Full Metal Jackie’s KLOS radio program to talk about the upcoming festival, and he revealed a ton of bands who are already booked for the huge event. Continue reading
Los Angeles industrial rockers 3TEETH will be opening the upcoming Tool and Primus dates in January, with dates posted below.
Commented vocalist Alexis Mincolla:
We feel so very honored to have been picked by Tool to hit the road; we’re ready to bleed for these crowds. Make sure you come early.
Added Tool guitarist Adam Jones:
“We are extremely excited and proud to have 3TEETH join us on the road for the next month’s extravaganza. Combining the styles of Tool and 3TEETH at a live show will result in a naturally induced chemical overload of sonic and visual horripilation. I love electronic metal and got totally addicted to 3TEETH ever since I saw them play at the Viper Room here in Los Angeles. They are a brutal and intense entity dripping with talent on stage and I can’t wait for our fans to witness the mayhem for themselves.
Jan 09: Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA
Jan 10: Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA
Jan 13: AT&T Center – San Antonio, TX
Jan 14: Toyota Center – Houston, TX
Jan 16: BOK Center – Tulsa, OK
Jan 17: Verizon Theatre – Grand Prairie, TX
Jan 19: Landers Center – Southaven, MS (Memphis, TN)
Jan 20: Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO
Jan 22: Chaifetz Center – St. Louis, MO
Jan 23: Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
Jan 25: Infinite Energy Center – Atlanta, GA
Jan 26: Bojangles Coliseum – Charlotte, NC
Jan 28: CFE Arena – Orlando, FL
Jan 30: Pensacola Civic Center – Pensacola, FL
Jan 31: Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA