MUSHROOMHEAD will embark on a European tour this summer. The trek will kick off on July 1 in Germany, and make stops in the Netherlands and France, among other countries, before concluding on July 12 in Ukraine. Support on the tour will come from BLOODSUCKING ZOMBIES FROM OUTER SPACE and MADDISON.
July 01 - DE - Essen / Turock July 02 - NL - Amsterdam / Q-Factory July 03 - FR - Paris / La Maroquinerie July 04 - FR - Colombier-Saugnieu / Plane'R Fest
July 05 - CH - Wetzikon / Hall Of Fame July 06 - AT - Graz / Explosiv July 07 - DE - Munich / Backstage July 08 - DE - Berlin / Nuke Club July 09 - DE - Hamburg / Knust July 10 - DE - Frankfurt / Das Bett July 11 - DE - Nordheim / Sunstorm Open Air July 12 - UA - Kiev / Atlas Weekend
Last summer, MUSHROOMHEAD drummer Steve "Skinny" Felton told Rock Sins that the band was hard at work on the long-awaited follow-up to 2014's "The Righteous & the Butterfly" album for a tentative early 2020 release.
According to Felton, some of the recording sessions for MUSHROOMHEAD's next disc took place at London, England's famed Abbey Road studios prior to a concert in the city.
MUSHROOMHEAD recently inked a worldwide deal with Napalm Records.
The band's upcoming album will be the band's first since the March 2018 departures of longtime vocalist Jeff "Jeffrey Nothing" Hatrix and guitarist Tommy Church.