Hail!Hornet To Tour With Zoroaster

Proudly sponsored by Gun Shy Assassin

Now, this is a tour you must go see if it’s coming to your town. Why? Gun Shy Assassin is one of the proud sponsors of this trek, which features Southern metal supergroup Hail!Hornet, which features members of Weedeater, Bongzilla, Alabama Thunderpussy, Birds of Prey, Sourvein, and Buzzov*en.

Dates for the trek follow after the jump.

It will be the band’s first ever U.S. tour in support of their latest album Disperse The Curse. This unique tour will start on January 20 in Wilmington, North Carolina, and run through February 9 with support from psychedelic sludgesters Zoroaster, who Jen Guyre loves.

Each night will also include a special screening of Rwake lead-singer C.T.’s critically acclaimed documentary on southern metal, called “Slow Southern Steel.” The trailer for the documentary is available for viewing here.  

Since we’re sponsors, we will definitely be seeing you at the Brooklyn date, fools.

Hail!Hornet and Zoroaster dates:
1/20: Soapbox — Wilmington NC (No Zoroaster but ASG instead)
1/21: Tremont Music Hall — Charlotte NC (No Zoroaster but ASG instead)
1/22: Orange Peel — Asheville NC (Corrosion of Conformity headlines, no Zoroaster)
1/23: The Earl — Atlanta GA
1/24: The Muse — Nashville TN
1/26: Market Street Cinema — Little Rock AR
1/27: Hi-Tone Café — Memphis TN
1/28: One Eyed Jacks — New Orleans LA
1/29: Dirty Dog Bar — Austin TX
2/1: Beaumont — Kansas City MO
2/2: Turf Club — Saint Paul MN
2/3: Reggies Rock Club — Chicago IL
2/4: Ruby Tuesday — Columbus OH
2/6: Johnny Brenda’s — Philadelphia PA
2/7: Black Cat — Washington DC
2/8: Europa — Brooklyn NY
2/9: Strange Matter — Richmond VA

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.