PRIMITIVE MAN: Denver Blackened Doom Pessimists Release New Video Via Noisey; Additional Tour Dates Added To Extensive Live Infiltration

Last month, Denver blackened doom trio, PRIMITIVE MAN, released the diseased sounds of their Home Is Where The Hatred Is EP upon blameless masses. Spewing forth four vicious slabs of confrontational, feedback-drenched sonic severity, Home Is Where The Hatred Is was tracked at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage, Catheter, Cobalt, etc.) and is currently available as a special 12” via Relapse Records.

In conjunction with its release, today Vice’s musical arm, Noisey, is pleased to soil your eye holes with the visual accompaniment to “Bag Man.” Co-directed and created by Marcos Morales and Neil Barrett of Novel Concept TV and Produced and conceptualized by PRIMITIVE MAN’s Ethan McCarthy, “Bag Man” is a disturbing, seven-minute glimpse into the “American dream.” Comments McCarthy bluntly, “Die slow.”

View the clip (NSFW), now playing at Noisey, at THIS LOCATION or via YouTube HERE.

PRIMITIVE MAN will demolish stages throughout the US this Spring and Summer on a lengthy run of live incursions which will include an appearance at this year’s Maryland Deathfest. Slated to commence on May16th in Omaha and accompanied by Canadian grindcore perpetrators, Wake, on select dates, the band will consume eleven cities with their traumatic odes, with the run coming to a halt in Colorado Springs on May 30th. From there the band will join up with French metallers Celeste, and raze nineteen more cities through June and early July before uniting with Birmingham, UK misery troupe, Opium Lord, and heading east to level ten more locales. The final leg of the tour finds PRIMITIVE MAN paired with
Milwaukee sludge slingers, Northless, for bout of dates out west. The epic journey follows the band’s UK takeover with Sea Bastard and European dates with Fister as well as a special one off show opening for stoner metal icons, Sleep.

PRIMITIVE MAN w/ Sea Bastard:
3/30/2015 Unicorn – London, UK
3/31/2015 Zanzibar – Liverpool, UK
4/01/2015 Roadhouse – Manchester, UK
4/02/2015 South Sea Live – Sheffield, UK
4/03/2015 Head Of Steam – Newcastle, UK
4/04/2015 Nice N Sleezy – Glasgow, UK
4/05/2015 Bannermans – Edinburgh, UK
w/ Fister:
4/06/2015 The Pit’s – Kortijk, BE
4/07/2015 Het Bos – Antwerp, BE
4/08/2015 Vera – Groningen, NL
4/09/2015 Roadburn Festival 2015 @ 013 Venue – Tilburg, NL
4/10/2015 1000fryd – Copenhagen, DK
4/11/2015 Urban Spree – Berlin, DE
4/12/2015 Modra Vopice – Prague, CZ
4/13/2015 Chemiefabrik – Dresden, DE
4/14/2015 L’usine – Geneva, CH
4/15/2015 Freakout Club – Bologna, IT
4/16/2015 Lo-Fi – Milan, IT
4/18/2015 Jugendhaus Kloster – Weil der Stadt, DE
4/19/2015 Ogden Theater – Denver, CO w/ Sleep
w/ Wake:
5/16/2015 TBA – Omaha, NE
5/17/2015 The Black Hole – Cedar Falls, IA
5/18/2015 Skeletunes Lounge – Fort Wayne, IN
5/19/2015 The Sanctuary – Detroit, MI
5/20/2015 Now That’s Class – Cleveland, OH
5/21 – 5/24/2015 Maryland Death Fest – Baltimore, MD
5/25/2015 TBA – Washing DC w/ the Body Water Torture, Wake
5/26/2015 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
5/27/2015 JJ’s Bohemia – Chatanooga, TN
5/28/2015 The Demo – St. Louis, MO
5/30/2015 Flux Capacitor – Colorado Springs, CO (No Wake)
w/ Celeste:
6/17/2015 Total Drag Records – Sioux Falls, SD
6/18/2015 Hexagon – Minneapolis, MN
6/19/2015 Club Garabaldi’s – Milwaukee, WI
6/20/2015 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL
6/21/2015 Death House – Grand Rapids, MI
6/22/2015 Mr. Roboto Project – Pittsburgh, PA
6/23/2015 Good Weekend – Allentown, PA
6/24/2015 Sidebar – Baltimore, MD
6/25/2015 The Maywood – Raleigh, NC
6/26/2015 New Brooklyn Tavern – Columbia, SC
6/27/2015 Uncle Lou’s – Orlando, FL
6/28/2015 Churchill’s – Miami, FL
6/29/2015 Epic Problem – Tampa, FL
6/30/2015 529 – Atlanta, GA
7/1/2015 The Stone Fox – Nashville, TN
7/2/2015 TBA – Kansas City, MO
7/3/2015 South LuLu Temple Of Doom – Wichita, KS
7/4/2015 Glob – Denver, CO
w/ Opium Lord
7/16/2015 TBA – Kalamazoo, MI
7/17/2015 Coalition – Toronto, ON
7/18/2015 TBA – Montreal, QC
7/19/2015 Middle East – Boston, MA
7/20/2015 Funky Jungle – Providence, RI
7/21/2015 TBA – Long Island, NY
7/22/2015 Bar – New Haven, CT
7/23/2015 Saint Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY
7/24/2015 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
7/25/2015 Ace Of Cups – Columbus, OH
7/26/2015 Jackpot Music Hall – Lawrence, KS
w/ Northless:
8/10/2015 Fly Catcher – Tucson, AZ
8/12/2015 Star Bar – Los Angeles, CA
8/13/2015 Thee Parkside – San Francisco, CA
8/14/2015 Oakland Deadfest 2015 @ Oakland Metro – Oakland, CA
8/15/2015 Oakland Deadfest 2015 @ Oakland Metro – Oakland, CA
8/16/2015 Starlite- Sacramento, CA
8/18/2015 Rotture – Portland, OR
8/19/2015 Obsidian – Olympia, WA
8/20/2015 Highline – Seattle, WA
8/21/2015 Black Sparrow Tattoo – Billings, MT

PRIMITIVE MAN features within their animosity-strewn ranks current and former members of Withered, Clinging To The Trees of A Forest Fire, Death Of Self, Vermin Womb and Reproacher. Home Is Where The Hatred Is serves as the follow-up to the band’s Scorn full-length. Crowned, “one of the most brutal, unsettling and uncompromising albums you will hear all year,” by, Scorn was initially unleashed in 2012 via a collaboration between Throatruiner and Mordgrimm Records before being reissued by Relapse the following year.

PRIMITIVE MAN’s Home Is Where The Hatred Is — limited to 750 copies on black standard gram wax and 250 copies on silver standard gram wax — is out now via Relapse Records. Order your copy at THIS LOCATION. For digital order go to the PRIMITIVE MAN BandCamp page HERE or iTunes HERE.

“…a savage, heretical release.” – Cvlt Nation

“…an ugly, battered, seething bastard that will beat you with a jagged piece of metal.” – Metal Injection

“…the musical equivalent of being dragged ass backwards, slowly, through a corridor decorated with rich tapestries of every regret, every cruel thought and every painful memory that ever was thought.” – Heavy Blog Is Heavy

PRIMITIVE MAN’s outlook is as bleak as ever, their sound is titanic in size and force, and their tone is depressed. There is little hope found on Home Is Where the Hatred Is, but for many, hope was lost a long, long time ago.” – Skulls N Bones

“Unapologetically bleak and permeated by loathing and hostility, Home Is Where The Hatred Is will either leave you wanting more or contemplating teetering off a ledge.” – Exclaim

“This trip might be quite painful but it is definitely worth it.” – Scene Point Blank