Southern Arizona stoner rock outfit, FUZZ EVIL, will record their debut full-length album in the coming weeks for release via their cohorts at Battleground Records, and have already begun booking their tour schedule for the year with a headlining run of dates through their Southwestern stomping grounds in April.
The action begins April 21st, in FUZZ EVIL's gritty Tombstone-neighboring hometown of Sierra Vista, followed by Texas shows in El Paso, San Antonio, Austin, and Dallas through April 25th. The band will be provided by support in El Paso by Oryx and Skulldron, with special opening support from Mothership and Switchblade Jesus on the other three Texas gigs, the final show also including Wofat in the lineup.
FUZZ EVIL Tour Dates:
4/21/2015 JR's Bar - Sierra Vista, AZ
4/22/2015 Low Brow Palace - El Paso, TX w/ Oryx, Skulldron
4/23/2015 The Mix - San Antonio, TX w/ Mothership, Switchblade Jesus
4/24/2015 Lost Well - Austin, TX w/ Mothership, Switchblade Jesus
4/25/2015 Club Dada - Dallas, TX w/ Wofat, Mothership, Switchblade Jesus
Prior to the tour, FUZZ EVIL will begin to record their debut full-length album, the follow-up their debut split 7" with Chiefs which was released through Battleground Records in late 2014. The album will see release on multiple formats sometime mid-year, with additional details to be released as they're confirmed.
Comprised of brothers Wayne and Joey Rudell on vocals/guitar and vocals/bass, respectively, and drummer Marlin Tuttle, FUZZ EVIL delivers solid, groove-laden, heavy psych rock, with big-ass rock jams fans of Grand Funk Railroad, Jimi Hendrix and Steppenwolf will dig, as well as the prime riff/stoner rock contingent devout to the works of Goatsnake, Queens of The Stone Age, Clutch, and the Rudell brothers' other outfit, Powered Wig Machine.
Limited to three hundred copies, the heavy, white-splattered grey vinyl of FUZZ EVIL's split 7" with Chiefs is cut at 45 RPM and includes a digital download. Stream the record and order it while the final copies are available RIGHT HERE.
Source: Earsplit PR