Murder City Devils – 2014 Concert Schedule
One of your favorite grunge bands from the 90s is back on tour,
and they are better than ever. With new music slated to be released this summer, the Murder City Devils are coming to a venue
near you, and they are bringing their signature lo-fi sound to fans far and wide. Known for their heavy inclusion of organs,
this garage/grunge band enjoyed success during the 90s and early 2000s. After a brief breakup, the band is back together,
much to the delight of longtime fans. Whether you've been a fan since the beginning, or you've just recently discovered their
music, everyone is sure to have a blast at the Murder City Devils' concerts this summer. Do you remember the first time you
heard their tunes back in the day? Well now you can relive all of their music when they play at a venue near you. To experience
everything that a Murder City Devils concert has to offer, be sure to visit StubHub today. But you better get your tickets
About Murder City Devils
The Murder City Devils are a garage rock band based out of Seattle, Washington.
The band formed in 1996, with a lineup comprised of Dann Gallucci, Spencer Moody, Derek Fudesco, Nate Manny, and Coady Willis.
The band had released two singles shortly after their formation, "Dance Hall Music" and "Three Natural Sixes." After signing
with Die Young Stay Pretty records, they released their self-titled debut album in 1997. The Murder City Devils returned to
the studio and released their second album, "Empty Bottles, Broken Hearts," which included tracks like "Dancin' Shoes," "Left
Hand Right Hand," "Ready for More," and "Cradle to the Grave." This album saw the addition of Leslie Hardy on keyboards, who
previously played as the bass guitarist for Hole. After the release of this record, the Murder City Devils were able to tour
North America in support of their record, and shared stages with the likes of Pearl Jam, The Black Halos, and At the Drive-In.
few years later, the Murder City Devils released their next album, "In Name and Blood," and later scored acting roles in the
independent film called "The Edge of Quarrel." That following year, the band released their EP "Thelema," but they broke up
shortly thereafter. However, by 2006, the Murder City Devils had announced that they were playing a show with the original
lineup at the Capitol Hill Block Party festival in Seattle. They also went on to play more shows in Texas and hit up other
venues on the West Coast. The band recently announced via their website that they have a brand new record coming out in August
2014, and longtime fans couldn't be happier. In support of their new album, the Murder City Devils will be touring as well,
and you don't want to miss the chance to see them perform live this summer!
Murder City Devils' Breakthrough
Murder City Devils released their first singles shortly after forming, but it wasn't until they had the backing
of Die Young Stay Pretty records when they were able to attract a larger audience. After releasing their self-titled debut
record, the band became a popular music act within the burgeoning garage rock scene of the 90s, especially in their hometown
of Seattle. They later went on to release several more records, but disbanded in the early 2000s. After a reunion, the Murder
City Devils have new material that is slated to be released this summer, and they are hitting the road to tour in support
of their new record.
Murder City Devils Trivia
Who directed the film The Edge of Quarrel, in which the
band members of the Murder City Devils appeared?
David Larson directed the film The Edge of Quarrel, which is set in
mid 90s Seattle, and features people from the various music subcultures at the time, including punk, hardcore, and indie.
The Murder City Devils have concert dates lined up for this summer, and you can be sure that everyone
will be talking about it. In support of their new album, the legendary grunge rockers are hitting the road again for another
tour, and you don't want to miss it. Fans who grew up with this music will be excited to experience it all over again, while
newer generations of fans will finally get to see this band perform live. Whatever the case may be for you, you'll definitely
want to check out their show this summer. To get your tickets to see the Murder City Devils perform live in concert, visit
StubHub today. It's best to get your concert tickets in advance, and you can bet that people will be scrambling to get their
hands on these as soon as they're released. You don't want to miss this incredible show!