Cusses Embark On U.S. Headlining Tour
Savannah’s enigmatic rock band, CUSSES, are kicking off a U.S. headlining tour next week in support of their debut, self-titled release from HA! Records. The tour will start on April 8th in Los Angeles at Los Globos and wrap on May 4th in Knoxville at the Preservation Pub.
The trio – Angel Bond (vocals), Brian Lackey (drums) and Bryan Harder (guitar) – has been riding a wave of momentum since the release of their eccentric rock debut. Armed with a hit video for their single “Don’t Give In” receiving regular rotation at MTVU, MTV Australia, MTV UK and The Wedge and mass acclaim from fans and critics, Cusses is poised for global domination with a massive, rip-roaring album that bleeds rock ‘n’ roll.
Produced by Dan Hannon (Manchester Orchestra), Cusses snaps listeners to attention with its ferocity and engages them with its sonic intensity, which is fueled by explosive, crushing riffs and powerful, fiery vocals that the band delivers with riotous attitude and unmitigated force.
“It’s a big, bold sound that CUSSES unleash, and it’s not for the timid, either” – Blurt Magazine
On the heels of wrapping up the first leg of their 2013 tour, Cusses waste no time in returning to the stage for another jaunt across the U.S. to do what they do best; rocking the faces off of fans one show at a time. Exploding from the stage with frantic energy, Cusses live are a juggernaut of high-energy whose wild sweat drenched, punk infused, down and dirty rock ‘n’ roll radiates through the crowd creating a chilling, awe-inspiring effect that leaves fans salivating for more…
Don’t miss rock’s hottest new trio in a city near you and pick up a copy of Cusses’ new album on iTunes or at a local indie retailer today!
Tour Dates: April 8 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Globos April 9 – San Diego, CA – The Void April 10 – Los Angeles, CA – Silverlake Lounge April 11 – Costa Mesa, CA – Detroit Bar April 12 – San Francisco, CA – Guerrero Gallery April 13 – Grants Pass, OR – TBA April 14 – Corvallis, OR – Harrison St. Bar April 16 – Tacoma, WA – The New Frontier