In a story we have been following, Psycho Las Vegas has announced that bands such as Mayhen and Satyricon have dropped off the upcoming metal festival later this month. This is due to ongoing travel/work visa and pandemic related issues. To their credit, the fest has been dealing complaints and addressing on social media, and in emaisl to ticket holders. Other bands still hoping to gain entry into the USA to perform include Efforts are continuing for Emperor, Watain, Crippled Black Phoenix, Cult of Fire, and Psychlona, and we’ll keep tracking this story. Continue reading
Texas Psychedelic Doom band Wo Fat is back with plans for a new album, their seventh, coming out in the fall of 2021 via Ripple Music. The label is also set to reissue the trio’s first three albums in the coming months, making these long out-of-print classics available to North American fans for the very first time. The band has risen in the desert rock scene over the years and performed at major festivals such as Roadburn, Desertfest, Freak Valley Festival, Hellfest, and Psycho Las Vegas, their latest release and collaboration with Ripple Music, Live Juju: Freak Valley was the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2017 album Midnight Cometh.
Psycho Las Vegas has announced their return in the summer of 2021. If you had tickets for this year, you are in luck! Most of the lineup will return next year, except Rebel Motorcycle Club, Ty Segall & The Freedom Band, and Crowbar. This still looks like one of the best festivals in the world next year, in a year overpacked with re-scheduled events and tours. See the full lineup below.Continue reading
Psycho Las Vegas has shared the bad news that they have canceled the 2020 festival that was set for August due to ot the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Psycho Las Vegas 2021 has been scheduled to August 19-22, 2021. “Nearly all the bands” have agreed to return for the 2021st dates. The full announcement is expected after they confirm those last bands. Continue reading
Glenn Danzig’s highly-anticipated album of Elvis Presley covers, appropriately titled Danzig Sings Elvis, is scheduled for an April 17 release. To support the release he has booked to shows, said to be a throwback to old-school Las Vegas-club vibe. The two events are booked for April 17 at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco and April 22 at the historic Roosevelt Hotel Grand Ballroom in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 13 at the link below. Tracks set to appear on the covers album include ‘Is It So Strange’, ‘Loving Arms’ and ‘One Night’. Danzig already has a busy 2020 on tap with at least one more Misfits concert, a special set at Psycho Las Vegas performing 30 years of Danzig II: Lucifuge, and European summer time tour dates. Continue reading
Danzig has announced a series of tour dates for Europe this summer, including some festivals. The tour kicks off at the Fezen festival in Hungary and will include an appearance at Germany’s M’era Luna festival. There will also be headlining shows in Norway, Denmark and Switzerland. Danzig is set to perform an exclusive 30 Years of Danzing II: Lucifuge set at Psycho Las Vegas in August. As previously reported, Glenn Danzig’s long-awaited collection of Elvis Presley covers, appropriately titled Danzig Sings Elvis, is scheduled for an April 17 release. Tracks set to appear on the effort include “Is It So Strange”, “Loving Arms” and “One Night”. Two live shows in support of “Danzig Sings Elvis” will be announced later this month for Los Angeles and San Francisco. Set to take place in late April, these will be small, intimate seated performances as Glenn wants to try to capture an old Las Vegas night club atmosphere. In an interview in 2019, Prong’s Tommy Victor, the guitarist for Danzig, told us that 2020 was going to be “busy” with Danzig tour dates.
Psycho Las Vegas is returning for another round in the desert of Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay this summer on August 14th to 16th. Headlining will be Danzig, Emperor, Mercyful Fate, The Flaming Lips, Down, Mayhem, Satyricon, Blue Oyster Cult, Warpaint, Blonde Redhead, Ty Segall, Watain, Ulver, Thursday, At the Gates, Poison The Well, Cursive, Pinback, Boris, Windhand, Brutus, Mgla, boysetsfire, This Will Destroy You, Kaelan Mikla, Bombers, Mephistofeles and many more. High Roller 3-day VIP is already sold out, but general 3 -Day and pre-party Psycho Swim passes are on sale now at these links:
Confirming the news we broke last week, Grammy-winning stoner rock band High on Fire have booked new North American tour dates with Power Trip, Devil Master, and Creeping Death. The bands’ Record Store Day covers EP, Bat Salad that was a physical-only release via eOne, will see a digital release this Friday, July 26th. The band will play at Psycho Las Vegas this summer, and Levitation Festival this fall as part of the new dates. Continue reading
High On Fire, on a post to their Facebook account, the band will announce a new tour next week. The band is already booked as one of the headliners of next months Psycho Las Vegas. The bands are still touring in support of their 2018 Grammy Award-winning album Electric Messiah (eOne Music). Continue reading
In a rare appearance in North America, Finnish psychedelic/prog Black Metallers Oranssi Pazuzu will embark on an EXCLUSIVE tour of the USA as part of their participation in Psycho Las Vegas 2019. The band will play a one-off show in Los Angeles on August 14th, preceding their performance on August 17th at Psycho Las Vegas, where they join the likes of The Original Misfits, High On Fire, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Bad Religion, Carcass, Old Man Gloom, Power Trip, and many more. Direct support on the tour to come from Insect Ark. The tour runs from October 10th through October 19th, with shows in Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Raleigh, and Atlanta. Watch for additional dates to be added over the months ahead.Continue reading