BLACK TUSK Completes Work On New EP

Savannah, Georgia's BLACK TUSK has completed recording its new EP for a spring release via Relapse Records. Recorded with producer Phillip Cope (KYLESA, BARONESS) at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina, it will serve as a gateway between 2011's "Set The Dial" and the band's next full-length effort.

BLACK TUSK recently hit the road for a short run of headline dates, followed up by a month-long run of shows with TODAY IS THE DAY, KEN MODE and FIGHT AMP, then a two-week run with KVELERTAK and CANCER BATS.

BLACK TUSK is scheduled to appear at this year's South By Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas. The group will headline both the Rock Of Ages Tattoo Showcase at Yellow Jacket Social Club on Friday, March 15 with labelmates HOWL and TRUE WIDOW and the official Relapse Records / Chaos in Tejas showcase with ASG, ROYAL THUNDER, HOWL, INTER ARMA and CALL OF THE VOID on Saturday March 16 at Red 7.


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