(HED) P.E., CRAZY TOWN, ADEMA and FLAW will join forces for the “Nu Metal Madness” U.S. tour, set to take place in July. The 20-date trek will kick off on July 6 in Denver, Colorado and end on July 30 in Reedley, California.
July 06 – Denver, CO @ The Venue
July 08 – Hobart, IN @ Hobart Art Center
July 09 – Columbus, OH @ King of Clubs
July 10 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Piere’s
July 12 – Mechanicsburg, PA @ Lovedraft’s
July 13 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse
July 14 – Towson, MD @ The Recher
July 16 – Laconia, NH @ Granite Music Hall
July 17 – New Bedford, MA @ Vault Music Hall
July 19 – Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
July 20 – Kansasville, WI @ 1175 Sports Park
July 21 – Lombard, IL @ Brauer House
July 22 – Harrison, OH @ Blue Note
July 23 – Detroit, MI @ Harpos
July 24 – Arnold, MO @ 21 Rock
July 26 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios
July 27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Liquid Joe’s
July 28 – Las Vegas, NV @ Backstage Bar
July 29 – Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory OC
July 30 – Reedley, CA @ Wakehouse
Headliners (HED) P.E. recently released their new video for “Across the Universe” featuring Ipcus Pinecone from VILLEBILLIES and ELEPHANT ROOM. The song is the latest single from (HED) P.E.‘s new album “Califas Worldwide”, which dropped last month on Suburban Noize Records.
On “Califas Worldwide”, (HED) P.E. collaborated with different bands and producers from around the world and melding it with their trademark G-Punk sound. Califas is a Hispanic nickname for Southern California, a moniker that perfectly describes (HED) P.E.‘s Huntington Beach G-Punk sound as it melds together with artists from around the world to create the unholy union of “Califas Worldwide”. The album features guest appearances by Angelo Moore of FISHBONE, H.R. of BAD BRAINS, Norwood Fisher of FISHBONE, Peter Distefano of PORNO FOR PYROS, and more.
(HED) P.E. are the pioneers of the G-Punk sound, which fuses together punk-rock, metal, hip-hop and reggae. The band has toured the world for 20 years sharing the stage with the likes of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, KORN, Tech N9ne, TOOL as well as the original BLACK SABBATH on the iconic Ozzfest tour. (HED) P.E. experienced a creative resurgence after signing with Suburban Noize Records in the early 2000s and was instrumental in developing the booming underground scene.
Spearheaded by a team of Seth “Shifty Shellshock” Binzer and Bret “Epic” Mazur, CRAZY TOWN combined hip-hop’s lyrical attitude with the grooves of an alt-rock record. The combination yielded the group a number one hit in 2001, when “Butterfly” topped the Billboard 100 and helped push the band’s debut effort, “The Gift Of Game”, to platinum status and main stage slot at Ozzfest. The group’s sophomore effort, “Dark Horse”, was released in 2002 and produced the rock hit “Drowning”. In recent years, CRAZY TOWN frontman Shifty Shellshock garnered widespread attention for his appearances on VH1‘s “Celebrity Rehab” and “Sober House” reality shows.
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