Friday 25 November 2011

Hawk Eyes, dates and a new EP...

The Mindhammers EP is Hawk Eyes' latest offering. A collection of new material that is positively alive with raucous energy and invention and a taste of what to expect in 2012 when then their new album drops. This is the band's last release on Brew before they move on to their new home of Fierce Panda.

Previously the band released 'Modern Bodies' in November 2010, mixed by Kevin Vanbergen (80's Matchbox B Line Disaster, The Pixies, Gallows) and mastered by Dick Beetham at 360 Mastering (Black Sabbath, Jeff Beck). Kerrang magazine went as far as saying that Hawk Eyes, "make the manicured chug of all other metal bands seem uni-formally redundant."

Stream of "Dead Man's Hand" here:

The EP will is available to pre-order now & will be officially released on 12th December

Available on limited TRANSPARENT vinyl with download or download only.

To support the release of the Mindhammers EP, Hawk Eyes will be touring heavily in November with Turbowolf and The James Cleaver Quintet while December a tour supporting Ginger from the Wildheartswill follow after he personally invited the band to join him:
Current November co-headline tour with Turbowolf + The JCQ

15 Nov 2011 Leeds - Cockpit
16 Nov 2011 Glasgow - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
17 Nov 2011 Manchester - Alter Ego
18 Nov 2011 Sheffield - Corporation
19 Nov 2011 Aldershot - Westend Centre
20 Nov 2011 Southampton - Joiners
22 Nov 2011 London - Upstairs at the Garage

December Tour with Ginger Wildheart and Exit_International (2 gigs in 1 day on 10th December)

Wed 7th - Manchester Moho Live
Thur 8th - Glasgow Garage
Fri 9th - Newcastle Academy 2
Sat 10th - Leeds Cockpit + Sat 10th - Leeds Packhorse 'Big Horse Party'
Sun 11th - Southampton Talking Heads
Tue 13th - Bristol The Fleece
Wed 14th - Buckley Tivoli
Thur 15th - Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
Sat 17th - London, Islington Academy 1 **Sold Out**

"Exploding out of the speaker's on this phenomenal debut, it's immediately apparent that Hawk Eyes are a force to be reckoned with" Kerrang! KKKK

"Hawk Eyes will swoop down and rip out your intestines through your nostrils with this opening track to new album "Modern Bodies" NME, On Repeat

"Mixing tech-metal guitar riffs and brutal drumming, 'Modern Bodies' cements their reputation as unrelenting noise merchants" Rock Sound, 8/10

1) Crack Another One
2) Mindhammers
3) Dead Man's Hand
4) Eleven Years
5) Hidden Hound
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