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A Place To Bury Strangers Tickets

After releasing their third album "Worship" on Dead Oceans, A Place To Bury Strangers have announced they will be bringing their ear-splitting, mind-blowing show back to these shores.

Full dates are:

Sept 12 – Brighton, Komedia
Sept 13 – Cambridge, Junction 2
Sept 14 – Sheffield, Queen’s Social Club
Sept 16 – Manchester, Ruby Lounge
Sept 17 – London, Dingwalls

Talking about their new album "Worship", Dion Lunadon says "This album was written, recorded, mixed and mastered by A Place To Bury Strangers. It is our vision of what our music should sound like in 2012, not someone else's interpretation. Every sound on the album is made by us and our tools; tools created by us, used on no other recordings, and purposefully built for this project. This is real. Some of it is the band being in complete control — bending, shaping and building the songs and the sounds. Other parts are the band relinquishing control and letting the songs and sounds take over and produce themselves. We are not trying to reinvent ourselves, but simply push ourselves further in all aspects of our music."

"We made this, we recorded this, we did everything," adds Ackerman. "Yes, we chose to do this and no, we didn't have to but we think it is pretty cool. No producer made us. We didn't go to school for any of this and we don't have time for tutorials. We invented this and now we are sharing it with you."



 
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Date: Thursday 12th of July 2012
 
Editor: G_Johnston[at]btinternet.com
 
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A Place to Bury Strangers are a power trio comprised of Oliver Ackermann (guitar/vocals), Dion Lunadon (bass) and Robi Gonzalez (drums). The band play a heavy, atmospheric wall of sound-influenced blend of psychedelic rock, shoegaze and space rock. A Place To Bury Strangers have been affectionately lauded as New York City's "loudest band" by various indie reviewers and bloggers throughout the course of their live music career, as well as "the most ear-shatteringly loud garage/shoegaze band you'll ever hear" by The Washington Post.

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