PRIMITIVE MAN: New Video Clip From Denver Misery Makers Now Playing At Revolver; Extensive Live Infiltrations Continue

Denver misery makers, PRIMITIVE MAN, fresh off a mammoth European live takeover, are pleased to bring the frowns with the twisted visual companion to the track “Loathe.” The filth-ridden number comes by way of the trio’s Home Is Where The Hatred Is EP, released via Relapse Records earlier this year.

Crowned, “…an ugly, battered, seething bastard that will beat you with a jagged piece of metal,” by Metal Injection and highly recommended, “for those who appreciate the blackest, bleakest realms of sludge,” by Revolver, Home Is Where The Hatred Is was tracked at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage, Catheter, Cobalt, etc.) and delivers four sordid psalms of the band’s now-signature brand of vicious, depressing, feedback-sodden severity.

Directed by Marcos Morales and Neil Barrett and produced by vocalist/guitarist Ethan McCarthy and Jonathan Campos at Dirty City Studios, the marathon, near-twelve-minute video clip for “Loathe” is fittingly dark, dismal and rampantly disturbing. Embracing violence, hopelessness, drug abuse, disease, destitution and all-purpose self-destruction, “Loathe” drags its viewers to the darkest bowels of human existence.

Feel better about your life with “Loathe,” now playing at Revolver at THIS LOCATION.

And if that’s not enough to bring you down, you can still check out PRIMITIVE MAN’s equally disturbing “Bag Man” video still bringing the gloom at Noisey at THIS LOCATION.

PRIMITIVE MAN will continue their quest for global destruction with another round of live takeovers set to commence tomorrow in Omaha. Accompanied by Canadian grindcore perpetrators, Wake, on select dates, the band will consume eleven cities with their traumatic odes, including a stint at the Maryland Deathfest, 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 trudging through eight more venues then pairing up with Milwaukee sludge slingers, Northless, for a bout of dates out west. The epic journey follows the band’s UK run with Sea Bastard and European dates with Fister as well as a special one off show opening for stoner metal icons, Sleep.

5/16/2015 Sweatshop Gallery- 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 Union Arts – Washington 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 Live Wire – 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
7/01/2015 The Stone Fox – Nashville, TN
7/02/2015 El Torreon – Kansas City, MO
7/03/2015 South LuLu Temple Of Doom – Wichita, KS
7/04/2015 Glob – Denver, CO
w/ Opium Lord
7/16/2015Louie’s Trophy House – Kalamazoo, MI
7/17/2015 Coalition – Toronto, ON
7/18/2015 Le Ritz PBD – Montreal, QC
7/19/2015 Middle East – Boston, MA
7/20/2015 Funky Jungle – Providence, RI
7/21/2015 Sinclaire’s – West Babylon, NY
7/22/2015 Bar – New Haven, CT
7/23/2015 Saint Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY
7/24/2015 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
End Tour 7/25/2015 Ace Of Cups – Columbus, OH
7/26/2015 Jackpot Music Hall – Lawrence, KS
7/28/2015 Sisters in Christ – New Orleans, LA
7/29/2015 Walters Downtown – Houston, TX
7/30/2015 Korova – San Antonio, TX
7/31/2015 Lost Well – Austin, TX
8/01/2015 Club DADA – Dallas, TX
8/02/2015 Sandbox – El Paso, TX
w/ Northless:
8/09/2015 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
8/10/2015 Fly Catcher – Tucson, AZ
8/11/205 Mods Bar & Venue – Tijuana, MX
8/12/2015 Star Bar – Los Angeles, CA
8/13/2015 Hemlock Tavern – 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
8/22/2015 Baby Hospice – Laramie, WY

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 – 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 orders go to the PRIMITIVE MAN BandCamp page HERE or iTunes HERE.

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

“…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