Radio Moscow And Kings Destroy Headed To New Zealand In FebruaryFriday 11th December, 2015 11:08AM
Iowa's psychedelic rock trio Radio Moscow are making their way to New Zealand in February along with their friends, New York doom group Kings Destroy for an awesome double-whammy show. It will be Radio Moscow's first jaunt on New Zealand soil with the three-piece set to bring along tunes from their 2014 release Magical Dirt, which boasts the fresh rhythm section of Anthony Meier and Paul Marrone. Meanwhile Kings Destroy also have a raft of new material up their collective sleeve having released their self-titled album (their third record in four years) back in May. Here are the tour details...
Radio Moscow and Kings Destroy
Thursday 11th February, Kings Arms, Auckland
Friday 12th February, Bodega, Wellington
Tickets on sale now from HERE at UTR and in store at Flying Out, Slow Boat Records and RPM
Soak up 'Death of a Queen' form Radio Moscow's latest album Magical Dirt...
Here is Kings Destroy with the video for 'Stormbreak'...
Psychedelic troubadours Radio Moscow will be making their highly anticipated maiden voyage to Australia & New Zealand this February. Since their inception in 2003, the Californian based power trio have been hand crafting first rate rock n roll that pays tribute to the long gone legends of yesteryear, authentic sounding heavy psych like their heroes Cream, The Hendrix Experience and Blue Cheer. Oddly enough all three mentioned bands are also power trios, thereís something to be said about that, much like Nirvana.
Since departing the band in 2012, Radio Moscowís original rhythm section of Zach Anderson (Bass) and Cory Berry (Drums) moved to Sweden and formed Blues Pills. With their new rhythm section in place, Radio Moscow have been riding high off the back of their critically acclaimed new album Magical Dirt.
To make their first tour South of the equator all the more special, Radio Moscow will be bringing their New York doom laden brethrenís Kings Destroy with them.
If youíre a fan of heavy psych and doom laden rock n roll, then look no further, itís safe to say that these shows will be a sonic feast beyond all your audio comprehensions.
Thu 11th Feb, Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland
Fri 12th Feb, Bodega, Wellington