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Melvins Hit The Road

02:01 PM Thursday 7/31/14 | |

Rockin’ across the U.S.A. in support of a new album, The Melvins fire up the tour bus beginning Oct. 15 in Sacramento.  Destinations include Seattle, Phoenix, New Orleans, Tampa and Atlanta with tickets going on sale this week.

Arriving Oct. 14, Hold It In includes former Butthole Surfers bassist Jeff Pinkus.  But Pinkus isn’t the only Surfer on the album.  BHS co-founder Paul Leary is also on the long-player.  Pinkus, who toured with The Melvins in 2014, will be on the upcoming outing.

Hold It In is a refreshing piece of fiction in a boring world of fact and bullsh*t,” said Melvins singer/guitarist Buzz “King Buzzo” Osborne in a posting on the band’s website.  “Paul is one of the best guitar players I have ever heard and Pinkus has an outside the box type of approach to both guitar and bass that you just have to let it ride.  I can’t believe this actually happened.  I’m thrilled.”

Here’s the schedule:

Oct. 15 – Sacramento, Calif., Assembly
Oct. 17 – Bellingham, Wash., Wild Buffalo House Of Music
Oct. 18 – Seattle, Wash., The Showbox
Oct. 19 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater
Oct. 21 – San Francisco, Calif., Great American Music Hall
Oct. 22 – San Luis Obispo, Calif., SLO Brew
Oct. 23 – West Hollywood, Calif., Troubadour
Oct. 24 – San Diego, Calif., The Casbah
Oct. 25 – Phoenix, Ariz., The Crescent Ballroom
Oct. 26 – Albuquerque, N.M., Launchpad
Oct. 28 – Dallas, Texas, Trees
Oct. 29 – Austin, Texas, The Mohawk
Oct. 30 – Houston, Texas, Warehouse Live – Studio
Oct. 31 – New Orleans, La., New Orleans City Park (Voodoo Experience)
Nov. 1 – Pensacola, Fla., Vinyl Music Hall
Nov. 2 – Gainesville, Fla., The Wooly
Nov. 3 – Jacksonville, Fla., Jack Rabbits
Nov. 4 – Orlando, Fla., The Social
Nov. 5 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Culture Room
Nov. 6 – Tampa, Fla., The Orpheum
Nov. 8 – Atlanta, Ga., The Loft At Center Stage
Nov. 9 – Birmingham, Ala., Zydeco

Tickets go on sale Aug. 1. Check out TheMelvins.net for more info.


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