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April 20, 2022 -Industrial band, Fleischkrieg has announced a limited run of USA tour dates to support their latest full-length album, Herzblut.
April 16 – Seattle, WA – Central Saloon
April 17 – Portland, OR – Star Theater
April 22 – California City, CA – Neotropolis
April 23 – Los Angeles, CA – Bar Sinister
April 24 – San Diego, CA – The Holding Company
April 26 – Salt Lake City UT – Liquid Joes
April 27 – Lakewood, CO – Antero Hall
April 28 – Lawrence, KS – Replay Lounge
April 29 – Indianapolis, IN – Black Circle Brewing
April 30 – Addyston, OH – Epic Live Event Center
May 1 – Huntington, WV – The Loud
May 3 – Dallas, TX – Ruins
May 4 – Austin, TX – Elysium
May 5 – San Antonio, TX – Hi-Tones
May 7 – Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock Live
Herzblut debuts the sound of “Brutalwave”, a sub-genre of industrial that blends the synth-pop of new wave with more aggressive metal elements. Songs such as “Fools Folly” and the cover of Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “Relax” showcase this NEW sound in great detail.
Herzblut is steeled in melodic synth, metal guitars, and apocalyptic vocals – packing a heavy enough punch both lyrically and sonically to keep any fan of industrial rock music listening from beginning to end.
More about Herzblut:
“Herzblut” translates to “Heart’s Blood” in German – a metaphor used to describe the total effort and sacrifice a person makes towards their life’s work. The album’s songs reflect different stages of this hero’s journey and the scars born in the process.
The songs often deal with the paranormal, aliens, and dystopian matrix/simulation theories. A night of alien abduction nightmares inspired vocalist Richard Cranor to write the song, “Bloody Prophets”.
The album also deals with much more introspective topics. “Parasite”, for example, documents the ordeal of never being able to free yourself from your worst self-destructive tendencies.
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