New York doom rockers THE RESURRECTION SORROW kick off their next wave of hot-ass summer tour action this Thursday, taking their pungent, gritty doom rock on the road once again. The band have several shows booked in Connecticut and upstate New York this week, next week they migrate south of the Mason-Dixon line to cause some chaos in Virginia, Washington DC and Kentucky, and later in August they’ll be hitting New York City, Delaware and more.
THE RESURRECTION SORROW Summer Live Actions:
7/22/2010 Papa’s – New Britain, CT
7/23/2010 El n’ Gee – New London, CT
7/24/2010 Valentines – Albany, NY
7/28/2010 Asylum Bar – Washington, DC
7/29/2010 TJ FatBoys – Rocky Mount, VA
7/30/2010 Lisa Oak Street – Lounge Louisville, KY
7/31/2010 Budda’s Place – Newport News, VA
8/07/2010 Ace of Clubs – New York City, NY
8/28/2010 Mojo 13 – Wilmington, DE
9/04/2010 Jugs n’ Stroker – Merrick, NY
Still riding high on the response to their 2009 self-released debut full-length Hour Of The Wolf, THE RESURRECTION SORROW continue their campaign of hard-ass work and self-promotion, loving what they do as a band and bringing their soulful doom-influenced rock to the masses. The band are working on more tour actions for the fall months, and have a ton of other plans in the works. Please stay tuned for more announcements in the coming weeks.
“Raised on swampy boogie rock, influenced by the plodding insanity of early Soundgarden, yet adoring the incendiary thrust of the NOLA heavy music scene, New York’s Resurrection Sorrow have a ballsy fury going on Hour Of The Wolf. ” – Exclaim Magazine
“This absolutely stays in rotation for me after this review is complete. This one makes good on the promise so many bands reneged on back in the 80’s and 90’s.” – HellrideMusic.com
“Lots of thick crunchy grooves, teamed up with an incredible rhythm section, and almost hypnotic vocals really show off the musicianship of The Resurrection Sorrow.” – TheNewReview.net