KARMA TO BURN: Instrumental Stoner Rock Icons Kick Off Mammoth 2015 North American Tour Today; New Live Video Now Playing At Decibel

Today, West Virginia’s favorite instrumental stoner rock perpetrators, KARMA TO BURN, kick off a monolithic live adventure! Slated to launch this evening in Akron, Ohio at Ripper’s Rock House, the band will bring their blues-laden, glassy-eyed grooves and bong-ripping, riff-roaring decadence to nearly three dozen metropolises across the US and Canada, with the lengthy expedition coming to a resonating close in their home state at 123 Pleasant Street in Morgantown on February 13th. The band will be joined by special guests, Canadian riff rockers, Sierra.

KARMA TO BURN – guitarist Will Mecum, bassist Eric Clutter and drummer Evan Devine – will be touring in support of their Arch Stanton long player. Unleashed in Europe this Summer via Switzerland-based Faba Records, and finally available domestically TODAY (also via Faba Records), Arch Stanton is the band’s sixth studio album and third since reforming following their seven-year hiatus in 2009. Reminiscent of their now iconic Wild Wonderful Purgatory and Almost Heathen offerings, on Arch Stanton, KARMA TO BURN channels the true spirit of the riff rock ritual with seven monumental new shredders and “23,” a classic never-before-heard number recorded for the first time ever.

In celebration of both the tour and record release, today Decibel Magazine brings fans and soon-to-be K2B converts a raging new live video clip for the track “57.” Watch the band decimate the stage at THIS LOCATION.

1/07/2015 Ripper’s Rock House – Akron, OH
1/8/2015 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
1/09/2015 31st Street Pub – Pittsburgh, PA
1/10/2015 Hard Luck Bar – Toronto, ON
1/11/2015 Casa Del Popolo – Montreal, QC
1/12/2015 Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
1/13/2015 Geno’s Rock Club – Portland, ME
1/14/2015 TT the Bear’s – Cambridge, MA
1/15/2015 The Shaskeen – Manchester, NH
1/16/2015 Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, NY
1/17/2015 The Depot – York, PA
1/18/2015 Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD
1/19/2015 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
1/20/2015 Pour House Music Hall – Raleigh, NC
1/21/2015 The Earl – East Atlanta, GA
1/22/2015 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
1/23/2015 Mangos – Houston, TX
1/24/2015 Mohawk – Austin, TX
1/25/2015 Double Wide – Dallas, TX
1/27/2015 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
1/28/2015 The Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
1/30/2015 Loaded – Hollywood, CA
1/31/2015 Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
2/01/2015 Starlite Lounge – Sacramento, CA
2/03/2015 El Corazon – Seattle, WA
2/04/2015 Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, BC
2/06/2015 Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
2/07/2015 The Shredder – Boise, ID
2/08/2015 Area 51 – Salt Lake City, UT
2/09/2015 Lost Lake Lounge – Denver, CO
2/10/2015 Replay Lounge – Lawrence, KS
2/11/2015 Fubar – St Louis, MO
2/12/2015 Red Line Tap – Chicago, IL
2/13/2015 123 Pleasant Street – Morgantown, WV

Order KARMA TO BURN‘s Arch Stanton today on LP at THIS LOCATION, on CD HERE and digitally HERE.

“A thrilling and explosive ride… [that] firmly puts KARMA TO BURN at the forefront of instrumental stoner rock. On this form, no one comes even close.” – The Sludgelord

“The riffs on this album are absolutely jaw-dropping.” – New Noise Magazine

“If each of the eight tracks on here don’t have you nodding your head, or at least tapping your feet, then you may actually be dead.” – This Is Not A Scene

“Throughout the record, volcanic riffs… surge and snap over winding, propulsive bass in sinister, darkened tones. Cymbals crash and fall in a savage dance around the pounding rhythms. Each instrument comes together for smoldering jam after smoldering jam…KARMA TO BURN re-proves their competency as a meat and potatoes stoner metal band.” – The Signal

KARMA TO BURN didn’t waste any time kicking my ass with their newest stoner metal sentinel, Arch Stanton so I won’t waste any time boring you with a history lesson about West Virginia’s shameful, smokey secret, KARMA TO BURN. All you need to know is that these guys are the best at what they do.” – Crown Of Viserys

“The lo-fi sound and buzzsaw guitars make this record a keeper, but the thumping rhythm section makes it great.” – Glacially Musical

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