Oakland, California-based quartet DRUNK HORSE will release a new album, titled "Adult Situations", this spring through Tee Pee Records (HERMANO, BAD WIZARD, BROUGHT LOW). Produced once again by Tim Green, best known as lead axe slinger for quasi-metal intellectuals THE FUCKING CHAMPS, "Adult Situations" contains nine songs of "denim tough riffs and a furious technical attack," according to an official press release. A high-voltage live band, DRUNK HORSE have shared stages with a wide array of notables such as HIGH ON FIRE, TRANS AM, RYE COALITION, NEBULA, ZEN GUERILLA and EYEHATEGOD.
Upcoming DRUNK HORSE tour dates:
Apr. 23 - San Francisco, CA @ Parkside Lounge
Apr. 25 - Portland, OR @ Ash St. Station
Apr. 26 - Tacoma, WA @ Hell's Kitchen
Apr. 27 - Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern
Apr. 28 - Vancouver, CAN @ The Piccadilly
Apr. 29 - Calgary, CAN @ Night Gallery Cabaret
Apr. 30 - Edmonton, CAN @ Likwid Lounge
May 01 - Canmore, CAN @ Canmore Hotel
May 03 - Missoula, MT @ Jay's Bar
May 04 - Bozeman, MT @ Filling Station
May 05 - Spokane, WA @ B-Side
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