|New Delhi based Indian Folk Metal band BLOODYWOOD has announced the dates of the US leg of their NINE INCH NAANS Tour 2022, The band is touring in support of their debut album Rakshak, the first Indian Metal album to ever chart on Billboard. The tour kicks off on September 24th in Louisville, KY at Louder Than Life Festival and works its way throughout the US including a stop at Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA and wraps up in Dallas, TX on October 13th. Tickets on sale Friday, May 6th at 10:00am local time. Patreon fans presale Thursday 10am EST. Join for code.” Our supporters in the US are unbelievably passionate, our debut US tour has been YEARS in the making and this time nothing’s going to stop us. Whether it’s more covid, a zombie apocalypse or a full-blown alien invasion, we’re going to bring the Rakshak rampage to the States and rock out with all of you in September!” – Raoul Kerr (Bloodywood)|
09/24 @ Louder Than Life Festival – Louisville, KY
09/26 @ The Masquerade (Hell) – Atlanta, GA
9/28 @ Local 506 – Chapel Hill, NC
9/29 @ Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
9/30 @ The Middle East Downstairs – Cambridge, MA
10/1 @ The Gramercy Theater – New York, NY
10/3 @ Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL
10/4 @ The Turf Club – St. Paul, MN
10/6 @ Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
10/9 @ Aftershock Festival – Sacramento, CA
10/10 @ Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA
10/11 @ The Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
10/13 @ Studio at The Factory – Dallas, TX
Their latest video “Dana Dan” is a graphic commentary on sexual assault and a call to arms to eliminate it from global society. Jee Veerey, Machi Bhasad, Yaad and Endurant are other instances of the band using their work to make an impact beyond the music and build a better world.
BLOODYWOOD is known for pioneering a sound that seamlessly fuses Indian Folk instruments with Metal to devastating effect. Expect to hear the percussive power of the mighty Dhol, the melancholic Flute, the single stringed Tumbi and several other uncommon yet distinctively characteristic sounds from India. A combination of thunderous Hindi/Punjabi and meaningful yet unforgiving Rap verses along with the ethnic instrumentation, makes BLOODYWOOD a truly unique experience.