By: Spacelab Research Staff
For those of you wondering when you'd be able to see Grails perform live again, here's your chance. They're touring in support of their newly released album Doomsdayer's Holiday.
The album adds new sounds to their patented heavy sound, including "70s European film noir and cosmic free jazz explorations." Hear it in action at the MP3 link below.
The band consists of Emil Amos, Alex John Hall, Wm. Zakary Riles, and William Slater. They formed in 2000 (or Y2K, for the millenium jet set) and came into their own as a "radical study in tension and meditation."
Nov 11 @ The Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
Nov 13 @ Hi-Tone, Memphis, TN w/ Silver Apples
Nov 14 @ Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta, GA w/ Silver Apples, A Armada
Nov 15 @ Caledonia Lounge, Athens, GA w/ Silver Apples, A Armada
Nov 16 @ Emerald Lounge, Asheville, NC w/ Silver Apples
Nov 18 @ Local 506, Chapel Hill, NC w/ Silver Apples
Nov 19 @ The Ottobar, Baltimore, MD w/ Silver Apples
Nov 20 @ BARD College, Poughkeepsie, NY
Nov 21 @ Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY
Nov 22 @ Knitting Factory, New York, NY