Murder City Devils - The 2014 Tour
One of the most talented punk bands of our era is hitting the road, sharing
their extensive punk genius with the masses in two special shows in north and south that you do not want to miss. Catch these
Seattle icons in either Englewood, Colorado or Austin, Texas. Can't make it to either end of the United States? Never fear!
The Murder City Devils' tour schedule is constantly being updated and expanded. Keep up to date on all of your Murder City
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The Murder City Devils
consistently deliver some of the most hard-hitting and energy-packed performances in the punk genre. They will be playing
two of the greatest venues in the United States. First, they're playing the Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas alongside other
stellar performers like Judas Priest, Nas, Modest Mouse, Girl Talk and many, many more. If you're not from down south, be
sure to catch the Murder City Devils up north at Englewood, Colorado's The Gothic Theatre - a swank yet grungy establishment
that is known for attracting the best of the best. No matter where they play, the Murder City Devils pour their hearts and
souls into every performance. Musicians like the Murder City Devils are truly a rare breed, so don't miss your opportunity
to see these musical mavericks in person. Get your tickets today!
About the Murder City Devils
from the historic punk hotbed of Seattle, the Murder City Devils showcase punk and garage band styles with powerful, raw,
and fierce tunes that would do the Dead Boys and the Misfits proud, while coming from a place so dark that it pre-empts any
intimation of hipsterhood. In 1996 the Murder City Devils were formed by Spencer Moody on vocals, Derek Fudesco on bass, and
Dann Gallucci on guitar. Moody, Gallucci, and Fudesco had all been a part of Area 51 and would eventually strike out on their
The Murder City Devils would release their debut recording, a 7" with three songs, with the help of drummer Coady
Willis and guitarist Nate Manny, in 1997. Later in the year, the Die Young Stay Pretty Records label would pick up the Devils
to put out their self-titled first release. Empty Bottles, Broken Hearts would follow the next year, and the Murder City Devils
would make the move up to Die Young Stay Pretty's parent label, Sub Pop. The band would tour to promote this album, and by
this time had added keyboard sections originally from Fudesco and Gallucci. For the tour, however, the keyboard section would
be played by a specially hired keyboardist named Leslie Hardy. The band's roadie, one Gabe, would be listed as a band member
on the album sleeves. Although the band was touring hard at this time, they would prove their multi-tasking skills by releasing
7" singles through the Hopscotch and Die Young Stay Pretty labels within the year.
In 2000, the Murder City Devils would
come out with their third full-length album, In Name and Blood. This album would feature covers of "Hybrid Moments" by The
Misfits and "I'll Come Running" by Neil Diamond, as well as eleven original tunes
The Murder City Devils diversified
a bit with Thelema in 2001, a six-song EP that features a Christmas song with acoustic guitar entitled "364 Days," more polished
production, and more tempered tempos. After the release of Thelema they would go on a nationwide tour, and finished off with
a bang when they announced at a Halloween show in Seattle that this would be their last show. The concert would be videotaped
and a live CD would be recorded, resulting in 2003's R.I.P. Gallucci and Fudesco would go on to join other popular bands -
the former to Modest Mouse and the later to Pretty Girls Make Graves. The Murder City Devils occasionally reunite and have
reportedly begun work on new material.
The Murder City Devils' most beloved songs are "Press
Gang," "Rum to Whiskey," and "Idle Hands." Their most critically acclaimed album would be 2000's In Name and Blood, which
garnered a staff pick on Allmusic for its blend of gothic organ, punk backbone, and straightforward styles.
Murder City Devils' incredible moniker was borrowed with the consent of the band's friend, Joshua Plague. Plague was another
active member of the music scene as the lead singer for Behead the Prophet and Mukilteo Fairies, and had come up with the
name of Murder City Devils for a previous band from Olympia, Washington that had eventually dissolved.
City Devils Concert Experience
Fill yourself with caffeine and channel your inner mosh warrior, because you will not
want to sit down for a single second of the Murder City Devils' incredible and high-energy concert experience. From start
to finish the Murder City Devils amaze with original works and covers, playing their instruments with hardcore zeal for the
best of the best punk tunes today. Don't miss your opportunity to see these living punk legends live and in the flesh!