HIS ELECTRO BLUE VOICE & HHAVAHH
13/02 Geneva, CH - Kalvingrad Usine
14/02 Strasbourg, FR - October Tone secret show
15/02 Leipzig, DE - S9/(ex-)BlackHammer
16/02 Erfurt, DE - Cafe Tiko
17/02 Munich, DE - Kafe Kult
18/02 Berlin, DE - Urban Spree
19/02 Paris, FR - Espace B
20/02 Basel, CH - Hirscheneck
21/02 Bologna, IT - Maple Death Party TBC
Two of Italy's best bands on tour together.
His Electro Blue Voice signed to Sub Pop last year and released the acclaimed Ruthless Sperm after a bunch of Ep's and 7"s on great labels like Sacred Bones, Avant!, S-S Records and Bat Shit Records. Now tell me if that's not an impressive track record! They are one of the loudest bands on earth and they have created their own world by mixing dark-punk, industrial, hc, noise-pop, shoegaze and flipping every single rule in those books in the meanwhile.
Havah is the brainchild of Michele Camorani, the man behind La Quiete/Raein, not one, but two (!) of the most successful punk hc screamo bands in the world. His two LP's Settimana and Durante Un Assedio have been hailed back home as classic dark-wave gems with a post-punk backbone and one foot slipping into death-rock territory. Bauhaus meets Diaframma? Maybe.
LISTEN to HEBV: https://soundcloud.com/subpop/sets/his-electro-blue-voice/s-TrRX8
LISTEN to HAVAH: http://hhavahh.bandcamp.com/
They will be releasing a split 12" in early 2015 on Maple Death Records.
More infos: www.locusta.net
"I’ve yet to hear a band deftly apply as many ideas as touchstones the way HEBV have managed. If you sleep on this or any HEBV material, I feel sorry for you. This is some of the most vital shit happening right... This is next-level good, and you can’t say no one told you so." (Tiny Mix Tapes)
"Touches of industrial grind, post-Stooges guitar squall, no-fi synth attack, all of it within three minutes. The immersive wholeness of shoegaze, as HEBV sounds less like a jumble of influences or even a rock band than a unified front, hurtling forward." (Pitchfork)
"If you've yet to whiff the year-young project from Michele Camorani's Havah then open those nostrils wide." (Impose)