The boys in THE RESURRECTION SORROW have been busting their asses promoting their full-length Hour of the Wolf since its release in November! With killer reactions to the groups revved-up doom rock rolling in from fans, print and online media and radio stations across the country, the band has been booking shows like crazy to take their tunes to the fans.

With a steady stream of local and regional shows played over the last few months TRS are now booking the rest of the winter and spring months with more gigs, including Part I of the band’s three-part “The Unholy Divine Tour.” The next segment will be announced shortly. But next up is this Saturday’s brutal stoner throwdown at Ace of Clubs alongside Black Pyramid, Hull, Maegashira and Archon (as well a little guest DJ action from the Earsplit crew).

2/13/2010 Ace of Clubs – New York, NY w/ Hull, Black Pyramid, Maegashiria, Archon
2/27/2010 Social Pariah Festival @ Holiday Inn – Fishkill, NY
3/05/2010 Sounds Asylum – Goshen, NY
3/06/2010 The Electric Factory – Utica, NY w/ Malice In Underland, Structural Integrity Compromised

The Unholy Divine Tour, Part I
3/10/2010 Mojo 13 – Wilmington, DE
3/11/2010 The Smiling Moose – Pittsburgh, PA
3/12/2010 The Depot – York, PA w/ Red River Revival, Backwoods Payback, Wrath of Typhoon
3/13/2010 The Black and Red Bar – Washington DC w/ King Giant
3/14/2010 The Brighton Bar – Long Branch, NJ w/ The Ominous Order of Filthy Mongrels
3/15/2010 Lit Lounge – New York, NY w/ Maegashira, Archon

More touring is imminent, with details on more shows to be announced soon.

“…all armor-plated Sabbath riffing and bluesy, whiskey-soaked drawls, hinting at the likes of Clutch and Spirit Caravan but perhaps most reminiscent of the thundering Southern trudge of NOLA denizens Down.” –

“…a no-frills, high-octane rawk machine hell-bent on pummeling their gear into oblivion… Hour of the Wolf possesses something primal and timeless, trends be damned.” – The Ottawa Citizen

“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.” –

“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.” –

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