THE SKULL announce European tour with label mates, WORSHIPPER

A two-pronged Tee Pee attack is heading for Europe as Chicago’s THE SKULL  –featuring vocalist Eric Wagner and bassist Ron Holzner, formerly of metal legends Trouble – team up with label mates, WORSHIPPER to tour. Having released their second full length album last year, titled The Endless Road Turns DarkTHE SKULL are set to return to the open arms of European fans as they take in stops including Desertfest London and Berlin.

Of the tour, Holzner comments: “Hell Yeah!!!!  Europe/UK/Scandinavia, touring for our new record, playing with our rockin’ Tee Pee Records label mates, Worshipper, jammin’ with drummer Brian Dixon again, hitting the Desertfest Trifecta.”

Meanwhile, WORSHIPPER have completed work on their upcoming album titled Light In The Wire which will be released via Tee Pee Records on May 17. 

WORSHIPPER guitarist Alejandro Necochea comments:  “We’re Skull fans for life! I’ve been bugging Ron about getting us all together for a long time. We finally wore him down! Looking forward to adventuring with those guys as we put out our new record and play it live for Skull fans in Europe.”


April 27 NYC Desertfest at The Well in Brooklyn

May 2 Brussels, Belgium at Magasin 4

May 4 London, Desertfest at The Underworld Camden

May 5 Berlin, Desertfest at The Arena

May 8 Goteborg, Sweden at Truckstop Alaska

May 10 Helsinki, Finland

May 11  Sala, Sweden at Rockland

Eric Wagner
Ron Holzner
Rob Wrong
Lothar Keller
Brian Dixon
John Brookhouse
Dave Jarvis
Bob Maloney
Alejandro Necochea 

Order The Endless Road Turns Darkvia Tee Pee Records now – CLICK HERE
Pre-orders for Light In The Wire will be available in due course 

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