Ho99o9 (Horror) announce two special London performances next week

May 7, 2017

Ho99o9 (Horror) announce two special London performances next week
Debut album ‘United States of Horror’ out now

Further UK headline shows in June + US headline tour and European Fests

“an album of frantic, undiluted fury.” – The Fader
“an outrageous, bewildering and scary place…” – DIY Mag ****
“a seething collision of anarchic hardcore punk rock and industrial charged death rap” – Loud & Quiet 8/10
“If this is the last thing we hear before civilization implodes, at least we’ll go out on a high.”
– London In Stereo
“a blistering manifesto for a disenfranchised America.” – The Line of Best Fit
“They’re the force of nature that makes the elements lose sleep… More than essential.” – Upset ****
“The furious debut 2017 deserves.” – Kerrang! KKKK

Ho99o9 (Horror) release their debut album ‘United States of Horror’ today and they’re bringing it to London town in person next week. A special headline performance at the Sebright Arms will take place on Monday 8th May (free entry with RSVP) and then the freak rap duo will perform in store at Rough Trade East on Thursday 11th May (entry with purchase of album).

Following on from the video releases for the title track of the record and ‘City Rejects’, Ho99o9 have now revealed the final clip of the trilogy in the form of ‘War Is Hell’. Another slice of visceral and pertinent doom.

The duo will kick off a headline tour of the US and Canada following their trip to Europe next week then they’ll be back on these shores for a plethora of European Festival appearances, as well as several newly announced headline shows including a date at The Underworld in London in June. Tickets on sale now. The past two summers have seen the band decimating stages and whipping up a multitude of frenzied crowds on the UK and European festival circuit and this year is set to be no different as they set their sights on festival grounds across the continent.

Formed by theOGM (Jean) & Yeti Bones (Eaddy), Ho99o9 is an amalgamation of punk, rap, militancy, industrial, metal and hardcore creating what they describe as Deathkult.

08/05 – London, UK – Sebright Arms
11/05 – London, UK – Rough Trade East in-store
17/05 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
18/05 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
19/05 – Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex
22/05 – Portland, OR – Holocene
23/05 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
24/05 – Vancouver, BC – The Cobalt
26/05 – Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock
27/05 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen
28/05 – Pontiac, MI – The Pike Room
30/05 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
31/05 – Montreal, QC – Turbo Haus
02/06 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Night Bazaar
03/06 – Cambridge, MA – Sonia’s
04/06 – Baltimore, MD – Windup Space
05/06 – Washington, DC – The Rock and Roll Hotel
06/06 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry at The Fillmore Philadelphia
08/06 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade – Hell Stage
09/06 – Orlando, FL – Secret Show
10/06 – St. Petersburg, FL – The Local 622
11/06 – Miami, FL – Gramps
15/06 – Bergen Fest, Norway
19/06 – Dublin – Workmans, Ireland – NEW DATE (headline) 
20/06 – Manchester – Rebellion, UK – NEW DATE (headline) 
21/06 – London – Underworld, UK – NEW DATE (headline) 
23/06 – Hurricane Festival, Germany
24/06 – Southside Festival, Germany
25/06 – Down The Rabbit Hole Festival, Netherlands
01/07 – Garorock Festival, France
03/07- Barcelona – La [2] De Apolo, Spain – NEW DATE (headline)
04/07 – Valencia – 16 Toneladas, Spain – NEW DATE (headline)
05/07 – Madrid – Caracol , Spain – NEW DATE (headline)
07/07 – Pohoda Festival, Slovakia
08/07 – Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival, Poland
15/07 – Afropunk Festival, France
16/08 – Paredes de Coura, Portugal
19/08 – Pukkelpop, Belgium

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