Unter Null + Cyanotic Tour2010-02-26 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 9 Comments
|Unter Null is now booking dates for a US/Canadian tour with Cyanotic in addition to a European leg in support of the new Unter Null release "Moving On".|
The North American dates will feature Cyanotic with members of Rabbit Junk and special guests to be announced in markets across Northern America with aggressive scheduling in Canadian and US territories, and later in countries throughout Europe. In addition, there are planned promotional efforts such as scheduled in-store appearances, DJ spots, and festival performances promoting the tour as a whole.
As the title of the forthcoming release might suggest, this stage of Unter Null has come to represent a complete reassessment of the direction of the project, both in the writing and live performance aspects of Unter Null. Supported by a full live band, the aggression of Unter Null's material is now fully reflected by a live dynamic that looks to span genre boundaries and overcome scene isolation by incorporating the engaging elements of punk rock energy, metal ferocity, and the intensity and club playability of industrial and EBM.
The decision to approach Cyanotic about joining the tour was an easy one to make, as the bands share a similar direction and fan base, but are just different enough to pull in audiences and fans of industrial, rock, and EBM.
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