Earthless Announce Next Leg of U.S. Tour Dates

Earthless, who recently released their Nuclear Blast debut, Black Heaven (, have added a second leg of U.S. tour dates, kicking off on May 31 at Detroit’s El Club.

“Our new album, Black Heaven, is out now and we’re super excited to get out on the road again to play the Nelsonville Music Festival plus a bunch of U.S. headline shows in spots we haven’t hit yet,” said Mario Rubalcaba. “Stoked to burn through some new tunes for you all! Tell your friends and hope to see you at the shows!” News of the U.S. outing comes as the band kicks off a European tour in support of the album, launching the three-week leg with a show tomorrow night in Belgium.

Metal Hammer, in a review of Black Heaven, said with the six-song collection, Earthless “find their voice,” a reference to the new album featuring a majority of songs with vocals, something Rubalcaba described to Revolver as the band’s “secret weapon.” Earthless discussed the decision to include more of Isaiah Mitchell’s vocals in this video: (

Continuing in a series of firsts, the San Diego-based outfit offered up their first ever music video recently as well, with the clip for “Volt Rush” ( The video features mythical skateboarder T-Spliff (aka Taylor Smith) as he boards across San Diego and neighboring Oceanside, visiting a number of favorite hometown locales. “Volt Rush” was directed by skateboard/visual artist BB Bastidas.

Earthless tour dates:

April 3 Korkrijk, Belgium De Kreun

April 4 Bristol, UK The Fleece

April 5 Manchester, UK The Deaf Institute

April 6 London, UK Islington Assembly Hall

April 7 Paris, France Petit Bain

April 8 Frankfurt, Germany Zoom

April 10 Munich, Germany Feierwerk

April 11 Berlin, Germany Bi Nuu

April 12 Copenhagen, Denmark Pumpehuset

April 13 Oslo, Norway BLA

April 14 Gothenberg, Sweden Truckstop Alaska

April 16 Hamburg, Germany Molotow

April 19-21 Tilburg, Netherlands Roadburn 2018

All European, non-Roadburn dates with Comet Control

May 31 Detroit, MI El Club

June 1 Nelsonville, OH Nelsonville Music Festival

June 2 Louisville, KY Zanzabar

June 3 Morgantown, WV 123 Pleasant Street

June 5 Asheville, NC The Mothlight

June 6 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade

June 7 Spartanburg, SC Ground Zero

June 8 Orlando, FL Will’s Pub

June 9 Tallahassee, FL The Wilbury

June 10 Baton Rouge, LA The Spanish Moon

June 12 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall

June 13 Austin, TX Barracuda

June 14 Ft. Worth, TX Ridglea Room

June 15 Memphis, TN Growler’s

All U.S. non-festival dates with Here Lies Man except Detroit (Timmy’s Organism and The Octopus open)

August 3 Beelen, Germany Krach am Bach

August 10 Moledo, Portugal Sonic Blast

About RJ Frometa

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