By arrangement with Mythology Agency, ELECTRIC WIZARD CONFIRM HEADLINE SHOW AT THE ROUNDHOUSE IN LONDON ON MAY 15TH
THE COSMIC DEAD, PURSON + MOSS NOW ADDED TO THE BILL
PLUS… ELECTRIC WIZARD RELEASE NEW SINGLE, ‘LUCIFER’S SLAVES’, TO COMMEMORATE THE EVENT
Electric Wizard has announced the support acts for their upcoming headline show in London. Taking place at the Roundhouse in Camden on Friday, May 15th, this one-off event promises to be a night to remember.
Opening the show will be Moss, a band with a unique sound they describe as “Horror Music”. Following them will be the mystifying psych sensations, Purson. And finally, The Cosmic Dead, a five-piece from Glasgow, will bring an element of space rock to the proceedings.
This event comes on the heels of Electric Wizard’s most successful album release to date, ‘Time to Die’. This monumental album, released via Spinefarm Records, achieved the band’s highest-ever chart positions around the world, including entering the US Billboard Top 200 at No. 64 and topping the Billboard Vinyl Chart.
Tickets for the Roundhouse show are now on sale and can be purchased at www.roundhouse.org.uk / www.kililive.com.
Before the show at the Roundhouse, Electric Wizard will be releasing a new single titled ‘Lucifer’s Slaves’, taken from the ‘Time to Die’ album. This release will be available on 10″ vinyl & download, complete with exclusive artwork designed by the band themselves.
Additionally, Electric Wizard will be embarking on their first headline tour of the US in 12 years, starting on April 1st in Baltimore, Maryland. Due to overwhelming demand, extra dates have already been added.
According to The Guardian, Electric Wizard is the true heavyweight in doom metal. With their crushing sound, sinister B-movie kitsch, and new album ‘Time to Die’, they are more popular than ever. This album is a slow-motion, Sabbathian horror show filled with drug-ravaged psychedelic menace and hypnotic riffs.
‘Time to Die’ is available for purchase on iTunes here and on Amazon here.
“The most uncompromising album of the year” – Mojo