NewsJanuary 19, 2014 4:13 PM ET2,477 views

Whores announce U.S. tour, split 7 inch

Official press release: Atlanta, GA's bastards of noise rock, Whores have announced a three week tour in support of their latest critically acclaimed release Clean. The tour kicks off with an appearance at SXSW in Austin, TX and then includes a run of dates through the Midwest with Lo-Pan followed by East Coast dates with label-mates Fight Amp and select dates with Deafheaven, Roomrunner, and Rye Coalition. A complete list of shows can be seen below. Additionally, Whores are set to release a split 7" of The Cure covers with Portland, OR noise/sludge trio Rabbits via Brutal Panda Records / Eolian Empire on February 11th. Cover art and pre-orders are available here while Whores contribution to the split, a cover of "Jumping Someone Else's Train" can be heard here. The split 7" is the fourth and final release in the Brutal Panda curated series that contained contributions from Kowloon Walled City, Batillus, Fight Amp, Black Tusk, Helms Alee, and Ladder Devils. More information on all of the releases in the series is available here. Whores tour dates: 3/8 Atlanta, GA @ The Basement 3/14 Austin, TX @ SXSW 3/15 Austin, TX @ SXSW 3/16 Dallas, TX @ Spillover Fest 3/17 Tulsa, OK @ The Yeti 3/18 Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room 3/19 Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock dates w/ Lo Pan 3/20 Milwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club 3/21 Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge 3/22 Columbus, OH @ Ruby's 3/23 Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop 3/24 Athens, OH @ The Union 3/25 Pittsburgh, PA @ Brillobox dates w/ Fight Amp 3/26 Syracuse, NY @ Badlands 3/27 Boston, MA @ O'Brien's 3/28 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus 3/29 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie w/ Rye Coalition 3/30 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar w/ Roomrunner 3/31 Norfolk, VA @ Roger's 4/1 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter

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