Acclaimed West Virginia instrumental heavy rockers KARMA TO BURN have put their differences aside and reformed for a limited series of dates. KARMA TO BURN split in 2002 after bassist Rich Mullins left to join Texas aggro-rockers SPEEDEALER.
Shows kick off April 16 at the Sound Factory in Charleston, WV with KARMA TO BURN as main support for UNKNOWN HINSON. Headlining shows will follow in Huntington, WV with local doomsters HYATARI and Columbus with SIN NOMBRE. More gigs will be announced soon, including possible European dates.
KARMA TO BURN consists of guitarist Will Mecum (TREASURE CAT), bassist Rich "Dickie" Mullins (YEAR LONG DISASTER) and drummer Rob Oswald (NEBULA).
For more information www.myspace.com/karmatoburn.
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