View / Share CASTLE’s “Black Widow” Video HERE.
“Skulking like wraiths in a blackened landscape, the band charges through eight fairly short songs… that grab you, rough you up, and leave you battered and bruised.” — Metal Bandcamp
Heavy doom/metal unit CASTLE will return to the road next week for their Endless Graveyard fall expedition. Slated to begin September 7th in Riverside, California and come to a close on September 30th in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the band’s latest trek includes performances at Shadow Woods Metal Fest and Stoned Meadow Of Doom.
“We’re looking forward to taking a break from writing the new record and hitting the road for one more East Coast run this year to play Shadow Woods Metal Fest in White Hall, Maryland and Stoned Meadow Of Doom Fest in Sioux Falls, South Dakota,” issues the band. “Both fests offer all-out amazing lineups and we’re proud to be part of them. Plus, we’ll be playing lots of killer shows along the way and it’s very possible if you’re at the show you going to hear a new track or two.”
Since the release of their most recent offering, Welcome To The Graveyard, which was issued last summer via Ván Records, CASTLE’s massive near two-hundred-date worldwide takeover has included tours of the US, Europe, Canada, and the band’s first ever tour of Japan last December. See latest confirmed dates below.
CASTLE’s Welcome To The Graveyard was captured by Billy Anderson (Sleep, Neurosis, Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth, Eyehategod, Ommadon et al) at Type Foundry Studios in Portland, Oregon and is currently available at THIS LOCATION.
If you missed it, be sure to check out CASTLE’s visual accompaniment to the track “Black Widow” (below) compiled from band-filmed and “psych-edited” live footage from last year’s Canadian tour and visually pays homage to the ‘80s metal spirit that inspired the song.
9/07/2017 Aurea Vista – Riverside, CA
9/08/2017 Tower Bar – San Diego, CA
9/09/2017 Green Room – Flagstaff, AZ
9/10/2017 Blue Note – Oklahoma City, OK
9/11/2017 Hi-Tone – Memphis, TN
9/12/2017 The End – Nashville, TN
9/13/2017 Odditorium – Asheville, NC
9/14/2017 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
9/15/2017 Shadow Woods Metal Fest – White Hall, MD
9/16/2017 O’Brien’s – Boston, MA
9/17/2017 Cherry Street Station – Wallingford, CT
9/18/2017 Saint Vitus Bar – New York, NY
9/19/2017 Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
9/20/2017 Mohawk Place – Buffalo, NY
9/21/2017 Maple Grove – Cleveland, OH
9/22/2017 Cattivo – Pittsburgh, PA
9/23/2017 Smalls – Detroit, MI
9/24/2017 Taps Live – Indianapolis, IN
9/25/2017 Northside Yacht Club – Cincinnati, OH
9/26/2017 FuBar – St. Louis, MO
9/27/2017 Riot Room – Kansas City, MO
9/29/2017 Stoned Meadow Of Doom Fest – Sioux Falls, SD
9/30/2017 Triple Nickel – Colorado Springs, CO
“Welcome To The Graveyard is a document of their precision songcraft and that elusive ‘this world is horror and life is dark but so am I’ vibe perfected by Danzig and Ghost. And …Graveyard is an emphatic ad for an undoubtedly cool, smoky live show, too. Which is good because they’re definitely playing your town. Crank it up!” — MetalSucks
“…fantastic heavy metal of the most traditional kind, forged, I can only assume, in the fires of hell.” — The Sludgelord
“They’re the kind of band who could make you believe in heavy metal… their righteously individualized blend of thrash, traditional metal, doom, heavy rock ‘n’ roll, etc., speaks to some mystical bygone era when metal was about not compromising, putting a fist in the air against expectation and going on tour forever.” – The Obelisk
“…an irrepressible combination of ‘70s doom, NWOBHM, musty-yet-in-your-face production courtesy of famed Neurosis/Melvins producer Billy Anderson, and the smoky, whiskey-stained vocals of Liz Blackwell…” – Metal Hammer
“CASTLE’s most mature, well-crafted, inspiring work…” — Metal Kaoz
“…true-blue classic metal is hard to top. And so is CASTLE.” – Dead Rhetoric