BLACK ELK West Coast Dates And European Tour

10/15/2009 Henry Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA w/ The Jesus Lizard
10/17/2009 The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA w/ The Jesus Lizard
10/22/2009 Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR w/ The Jesus Lizard
10/23/2009 Neumo’s – Seattle, WA w/ The Jesus Lizard
10/31/2009 Rontom’s – Portland, OR *free Halloween/European Tour Kickoff Show
11/03/2009 Black Fleck – Potsdam
11/04/2009 Az Conni – Dresden
11/05/2009 Bastard Club – Osnabrueck
11/06/2009 Klub Adorno @ Lades Kaelder – Copenhagen
11/07/2009 1000 Fryd – Aalborg
11/08/2009 FZW – Dortmund
11/09/2009 Exzess – Frankfurt
11/10/2009 Sonic Ballroom – Keoln
11/11/2009 013 Batcave – Tilburg
11/12/2009 Cafe DNA – Brussels
11/13/2009 Db’s – Utrecht
11/14/2009 Le Select – Lille
11/15/2009 The Craufurd Arms – Wolverton (Milton Keynes)
11/16/2009 The Farmhouse – Canterbury, London
11/17/2009 White Rabbit – Plymouth
11/18/2009 Criterion – Leicester
11/19/2009 Captain’s Rest – Glasgow
11/20/2009 Brudenell Social Club – Leeds
11/21/2009 Notting Hill Arts Club-Rough Trade Records Showcase – London
11/21/2009 The Fighting Cocks – London
11/22/2009 le Rigoletto – Paris
11/23/2009 La Taverne du Theatre – La Louviere
11/24/2009 Le Kab – Geneva
11/25/2009 Circolo Valverde – Forli
11/26/2009 Init – Rome
11/27/2009 CS Bruno – Trento
11/28/2009 PMK – Tirol
11/29/2009 Channel Zero – Ljubljana
11/30/2009 59 to 1 – Munich
12/01/2009 La Putika – Hradec Kralove
12/02/2009 007 – Prague
12/03/2009 Zoro – Leipzig
12/04/2009 Lokal – Berlin
12/05/2009 Cafe Nova – Essen

BLACK ELK’s latest release Always A Six, Never A Nine was unleashed last October on Crucial Blast Records. Watch for more news from this facebreaking rock unit.

“…Black Elk have gone from Jesus Lizard-like rock saviours to hardcore/sludge enthusiasts. As evidenced by this, their sophomore release, front-man Tom Glose’s vocals are even more unhinged, and the group’s musicality now approaches the crash’n’burn dynamics of Kiss It Goodbye.” – Exclaim!

“…Always a Six, Never a Nine, is a gooey amalgam of bands and genres crawling over each other, and it’s not hard to find something you’ll recognize. But just because you know what’s in a Snickers, does that make it any less delicious?” – Decibel

“Black Elk is less about metallics, and more about crush-grooving; a layered dirty stomp occasionally psyched out.” – MetalReview.com

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