Tuesday, August 7, 2007

DAUGHTERS Announce Euro Tour w/ The Fall of Troy * Upcoming US Dates w/ Coalesce!

Announce European Tour w/ THE FALL OF TROY * Upcoming US Dates w/ COALESCE!

"Galaxies heavier than its predecessor" - CMJ

"The band manages to express musically in a short timespan what many bands of this genre don't in their entire career." - Lambgoat

"Daughters split the difference between Hella and the Locust into tiny little pieces before eating the pieces, barfing them up and then eating them again." - PaperThinWalls.com

"Led by monstrous drums, metal vocals, and a general vibe of unrelenting chaos, the quintet of Alexis Marshall (vocals), Brent Frattini (guitar), Jon Syverson (drums), Nicholas Andrew Sadler (guitar), and Samuel Moorehouse Walker (bass), unleash the fury on their latest album, Hell Songs." - Spin.com

"The quintet plays less grind and more plodding doom-core (read: an amphetamine-charged Arab on Radar). They still sound like Daughters, but even more chaotic." - Decibel Magazine

DAUGHTERS are a five-piece musical fistfight from Providence, Rhode Island. Bastard children of the New England hardcore and noise scenes, DAUGHTERS frequently get mislabeled as a grindcore band. In truth, DAUGHTERS present a new kind of spastic musical confrontation that exposes narrow-minded metal-by-numbers for what it is (boring) much to the satisfaction of fans that recognize and appreciate creative musical ambition. Their latest release, 2006’s Hell Songs marks a significant artistic progression for the band, building upon the chaotic intensity of 2003’s Canada Songs with fleshed out arrangements and debauched lyrics delivered in desperate yowl. PopMatters described it as “The most dramatic stylistic shift by an extreme band in 2006, Hell Songs is a mere glimpse of what this immensely talented band is capable of.”

DAUGHTERS thrive on presenting a memorable live experience. Their shows are explosions of precise intensity served as a platform for frontman Alexis Marshall’s particularly personal brand of connecting with the audience. Not afraid to reach out and touch (and occasionally exchange bodily fluids with) their fans, DAUGHTERS deliver their songs with no shortage of sweat and confident passion. Not for the faint of heart, DAUGHTERS present the listener with something of real substance, something with feeling. Or as Decoymusic.com put it, “Daughters are fucking insane.”

DAUGHTERS US Tour w/ Coalesce!
Aug 15 2007 Palladium (upstairs) Worcester, Massachusetts
Aug 16 2007 First Unitarian Church Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aug 17 2007 Knitting Factory New York City, New York
Aug 18 2007 Otto Bar Baltimore, Maryland
Aug 19 2007 Alley Katz Richmond, Virginia
Aug 20 2007 Lawrenceville Moose Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Aug 21 2007 Magic Stick Detroit, Michigan
Aug 22 2007 Knights of Columbus Arlington Heights, Illinois
Aug 23 2007 Grog Shop Cleveland, Ohio

Glacial Fest
Aug 25 2007 Cuneen Hackett Art Center Poughkeepsie, New York w/ The Number Twelve Looks Like You

European Tour w/ The Fall of Troy!
Sep 19 2007 Barfly -UK Birmingham
Sep 20 2007 Wedgewood Rooms - UK Portsmouth
Sep 21 2007 TBA - UK TBA
Sep 22 2007 Zodiac - UK Oxford
Sep 23 2007 Academy 3 - UK Manchester
Sep 24 2007 King Tuts - UK Glasgow, Scotland
Sep 25 2007 Cockpit - UK Leeds
Sep 26 2007 TJ's - UK Newport
Sep 27 2007 The Corporation - UK Sheffield
Sep 28 2007 Islington Academy - UK London
Sep 29 2007 La Malterie - France Lille
Sep 30 2007 Boule Noire - France Paris
Oct 1 2007 Molotow - Germany Hamburg
Oct 2 2007 Z BAU - Germany Nernburg
Oct 3 2007 Magnet - Germany Berlin
Oct 4 2007 Backstage - Germany Munich
Oct 5 2007 025 - Germany Frankfurt
Oct 6 2007 Werkstatt - Visions Party - Germany Cologne
Oct 7 2007 Effenaar - Netherlands Eindhoven
Oct 8 2007 Waterfront - Netherlands Rotterdam
Oct 9 2007 AB Club - Belgium Brussels

DAUGHTERS Headlining - RockSound Magazine Presents:
Oct 10 2007 Engine Room - UK Brighton
Oct 11 2007 The Croft - UK Bristol
Oct 12 2007 Independent - UK Sunderland

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