Sunday, April 27, 2014

LAZER/WULF RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM, THE BEAST OF LEFT AND RIGHT, ON JULY 15 VIA RETRO FUTURIST RECORDS




April 24, 2014, Athens, GA - Lazer/Wulf, the Georgia-based instrumental trio whose music Creative Loafing said "echoes the best math, metal, and prog rock craftsmanship of the last decade," release their highly-anticipated debut album The Beast of Left and Right on July 15 via Retro Futurist Records.

"Coming from Athens, GA, a place where every possible genre of music thrives, but it's not just that. They all co-exist. Everyone's a cross-over artist to varying degrees, because everyone knows each other, shares bills, passes notes. So it wasn't enough for us that we were just a "metal band" in that community; we were encouraged to be bigger than that," explains Lazer/Wulf guitar player Bryan Aiken. "And it works both ways; we were exposed to the most experimental versions of folk, rap, electronica, classical quartets, math-rock... so the rules just flew out the window. Except the golden rule, which is never to be predictable."

The Beast of Left and Right was recorded at Jam Room Studios in Columbia, SC and produced by Kylesa's Phillip Cope, who also is one of the Retro Futurist Records' label owners.

Lazer/Wulf have self-released two EPs: 2009's The Void That Isn't and the 2012 release There Was a Hole Here. It's Gone Now. The three-piece, who Flagpole called "maniacal, prog-obsessed precisionists" is Bryan Aiken (guitar), Sean Peiffer (bass) and Brad Rice (drums).

Lazer/Wulf join Kylesa for a European tour, which kicks off on June 9 in Germany, all upcoming performances:

April 25     Athens, GA     The Caledonia Lounge
May 2     Atlanta, GA     Star Bar
June 9     Braunschweig, Germany     Kulturclub Hansa
June 10     Lyngby, Denmark     Templet
June 11     Malmo, Sweden     Babel
June 12     Oslo, Norway     Vulkan Arena
June 13     Bergen, Norway     Bergenfest
June 15     Kiel, Germany     Pumpe
June 16     Drachten, Netherlands     Iduna
June 17     Stuttgart, Germany     Juha West
June 18     Siegen, Germany     Vortex
June 19    Saarbrucken, Germany     Garage
June 20     Clisson, France     Hellfest
June 21     Vitoria, Spain     Canopy
June 22     Porto, Portugal     Hard Club
June 23     Madrid, Spain     Boite Live
June 24     Barcelona, Spain     Razzmatazz 3
June 25     Toulouse, France     Le Connexion
June 26     Montpellier, France     La Taf
June 27     Lausanne, Switzerland     Inferno Fest
June 28     Dessel, Belgium     Graspop
June 29     Wiesbaden, Germany     Schlachthof
June 30     Munchen, Germany     Strom
July 1     Pisa, Italy     The Jungle
July 2     Bolonga, Italy     Freakout Club
July 3     Ljubljana, Slovenia
July 4     Rijeka, Croatia     Delta Summer Street Session
July 5     Gleisdorf, Austria     Bang Bang Club
July 7     Warsaw, Poland     Progresja
July 8     Gdansk, Poland     B90
July 9     Berlin, Germany     Magnet
July 10     Dresden, Germany     Scheune
July 11     Erfurt, Germany     Stoned From The Underground
July 12     Linz, Austria     Ottenheimer Open Air
July 13     Monchengladbach, Germany     Horst Festival
July 15     St. Petersburg, Russia     Zal Ozhidaniya
July 16     Moscow, Russia     Volta


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