PRIMITIVE MAN Announces North American Headlining Tour With Spectral Voice


Denver’s favorite trio of nihilists PRIMITIVE MAN will take to the streets again this March on a North American headlining tour with Spectral Voice. The tour commences March 17th in Omaha, Nebraska and ends April 9th in Denver Colorado. PRIMITIVE MAN will also appear at select summer festivals such as Northwest Terror Fest, Austin Terror Fest, and Temple Of Ascension. See all confirmed dates below.

PRIMITIVE MAN will be touring in support of their critically-lauded Caustic full-length, recently released via Relapse Records. Captured at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cobalt, Cephalic Carnage, Cattle Decapitation et al), Caustic is twelve songs and over seventy-five minutes of bloodcurdling howls, abysmal tones, and dense, unsettling feedback, spewing forth a cesspool of utter misery. With lyrical themes ranging from political corruption, personal struggle, and the crumbling social climate facing the world today, Caustic serves as a cataclysmic soundtrack for a world gone awry.

Watch PRIMITIVE MAN’s previously released videos for “Victim” and “Commerce” via YouTube HERE. Stream Caustic HERE.

Caustic is out now on CD, 2xLP, cassette, and digital formats via Relapse Records. Physical packages and digital orders are available via HERE and HERE.


PRIMITIVE MAN w/ Spectral Voice:
3/17/2018 The Sydney – Omaha, NE [tickets]
3/18/2018 Cactus Club – Milwaukee, WI [tickets]
3/19/2018 7th St. Entry – Minneapolis, MN [tickets]
3/20/2018 Subterranean – Chicago, IL [tickets]
3/21/2018 Macs Bar – Lansing, MI [tickets]
3/22/2018 Cattivo – Pittsburgh, PA [tickets]
3/23/2018 Spark Art Space – Syracuse, NY [tickets]
3/24/2018 Lees Palace – Toronto, ON [tickets]
3/25/2018 Mavericks – Ottawa, ON [tickets]
3/26/2018 L’Anti – Quebec City, QC [tickets]
3/27/2018 Bar LeRitz – Montreal, QC [tickets]
3/28/2018 Middle East – Boston, MA
3/29/2018 Geno’s Rock Club – Portland, ME [tickets]
3/30/2018 Meatlocker – Montclair, NJ
3/31/2018 Saint Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY [tickets]
4/01/2018 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA [tickets] **
4/02/2018 Atlas Brew – Washington D.C.
4/03/2018 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA [tickets]
4/04/2018 Basement – Atlanta, GA [tickets]
4/05/2018 The End – Nashville, TN [tickets]
4/06/2018 Fubar – St. Louis, MO [tickets]
4/07/2018 Rock Island Brewing Co. – Rock Island, IL [tickets]
4/08/2018 Riot Room – Kansas City, MO [tickets]
4/09/2018 Syntax Physics Opera – Denver, CO
End Tour
6/01/2018 Northwest Terror Fest 2018 – Seattle, WA
6/17/2018 Austin Terror Fest 2018 – Austin, TX
8/16-19/2018 Temple Of Ascension Vol. 1 – Edmonton, AB

“…an over 75-minute-long, dense, disturbing soundtrack to horror. Manic blastbeats and tremolo-picked minor chords melt into feedback-drenched waves of discomfort. The weight of the album is visceral, its misery and hopelessness made audible.” — Noisey

“…filthy, ugly, brutish, and sounds like a long lifetime of hatred, pain, misery and destruction.” — Metal Injection

“It’s louder. It’s heavier. It’s noisier. Pure punishment. Musical masochism. Straight up no daylight chained to a cold, concrete, blood-stained floor…” — The Needle Drop

“…a double dose of their debut Scorn – McCarthy’s tone is still that high-end Ballou-style (from Dave Otero) production that shows the frayed ends of sanity and his roar has never sounded deeper or angrier.” — Decibel

“There is no other way to convey the realization of the vile nature of existence without tempos this slow, and of riffs so massively distorted, grotesque, and just fucking doused in nauseating hatred as these are…” — Cvlt Nation

“…some of the heaviest, grinding, industrial-charged sludge you’re likely to suffer through.” — Team Rock

“Art should reflect its surroundings, and this is a near perfect example of this: the worst of the human condition, condensed into a darkly poetic display of doom metal. Plus it’s super fucking heavy, which is just fantastic.” — Heavy Blog Is Heavy

“…an overwhelming masterwork of unbridled extremity.” — The Obelisk

“…for those who like their doom on the punishingly callous and despondent side, smothered with noise-ridden dread and bitterness, this one’s for you.” — Exclaim

“…a brutal atmospheric record, delivering a soul crushing presence of utter nihilism and darkness.” — New Noise

“…completely unyielding, unforgiving and cold.” — Svbterranean