CAUSTIC CASANOVA reveals that the recording of their new album is complete. As the record enters preparations for a 2022 release, there will be a chance to catch a preview of the new material as the band embarks on several weeks of shows across the USA this November and December 2021.
The road rage kicks off in style on November 11 at Mr. Small’s Fun House in Millvale, PA (US), and after wrecking venues across America, the final curtain for this run will fall in Gainesville at the Wooly on December 19.
CAUSTIC CASANOVA comment: “We can hardly wait to finally hit the road for the first time in almost two years”, writes bass player and singer Francis Beringer.
This tour is going to be quite the sonic journey. We’re bringing out some of our longest and most challenging songs, some old and reworked, some new, a special cover, and a preview of our upcoming 2022 album. Every night will be a super proggy, sludgy and noisy roll of the dice featuring some of the best heavy rock bands in the midwest and south!
CAUSTIC CASANOVA is a riff-rock outfit whose frenetic, heavy-on-experimentation aesthetic makes bands like THE MELVINS and SONIC YOUTH the most logical comparisons. Their acclaimed 2019 MER album “God How I Envy the Deaf” won two “Wammies”, the Washington D.C. area equivalent to the Grammys (but with better taste) for “Best Hard Rock Album” and “Best Hard Rock” Song.
Under normal circumstances, these road dogs would have been touring their butts off in support of that album. They very much intend to get back in front of audiences again in 2022 to support their next record. In the meantime, CAUSTIC CASANOVA delivered a memorable cover of ‘Wicked World’ as their remarkable contribution to the tribute compilation “Best of Black Sabbath [Redux]”. The band has already been announced to appear on the forthcoming “Best of AC/DC [Redux]” album as well.
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