Lazer/Wulf To Release Debut Full Length This Summer

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Atlanta, GA experimental metal band Lazer/Wulf have announced that they will be released their debut album The Beast Of Left And Right on July 15th via Retro Futurist Records.

Guitarist Bryan Aiken explains the band, saying, “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. 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 band has previously released an EP entitled There Was A Hole Here. It’s Gone Now., which is an obvious reference to Silent Hill 2. I’ve been blasting it all this morning and loving every second! Check out the EP below and get ready for these guys to get some serious love on here!

April 25 Athens, GA The Caledonia Lounge
May 2 Atlanta, GA Star Bar

European tour with Kylesa
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 Gala Hala
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