BLACK TUSK Kicks Off U.S. Tour on Friday, November 26!

Savannah, GA swamp rockers BLACK TUSK will be kicking off their headlining U.S. tour with RESTLESS SPIRIT on Friday, November 26 in the band’s hometown! The trek will conclude on December 6 in Raleigh, NC. The full run of dates can be found below!

BLACK TUSK Tour Dates w/ Restless Spirit:
11/26: Savannah, GA @ Two Tides Brewing Metal Fest* [EVENT LINK]
11/27: West Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern [TICKETS]
11/28: Wilmington, NC @ Reggie’s 42nd Street [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
11/29: Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor
11/30: Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls Funhouse [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
12/01: Brooklyn, NY @ The Knitting Factory [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
12/03: New Haven, CT @ State House [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
12/04: Cambridge, MA @ Middle East [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
12/05: Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
12/06: Raleigh, NC @ The Pour House [TICKETS // EVENT LINK]
*No Restless Spirit

ABOUT BLACK TUSK:

There was blood, maybe a few tears too, but more than anything, it was sweat that marks this brand new release of BLACK TUSK, ‘TCBT.’

Their previous full-length, ‘Pillars of Ash,’ sadly had to appear posthumously for one member as the band had tragically lost their charismatic bass-player, Jonathan Athon, through a motorcycle accident. With a heavy heart, BLACK TUSK decided to honor Athon’s memory by carrying on and recruiting veteran musician and already long-time friend Corey Barhorst (EX-KYLESA) to take over his duties on the low end.
 
Now with the sixth studio album, ‘TCBT,’ BLACK TUSK show the world they lived through the kind of hardship and heartbreak that would cripple a lesser band. It’s their dedication, gumption, and pure bullheaded stubbornness that took care of business, keeps taking care of business, and Taking Care of Black Tusk.

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