Spiders to embark on North American tour opening for Hank Von Hell

Spiders to embark on North American tour opening for Hank Von Hell

Swedish rockers Spiders are coming back to North America as they will be embarking on a tour of the United States of America and Canada playing 24 shows in 27 nights while opening for Hank Von Hell and which starts on August 6, 2019.

Spiders’ 2019 North American Tour Dates:
Aug. 6th — The Earl — Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Aug. 7th — Richmond Music Hall at Capital Ale House, Richmond Hill, Virginia, USA
Aug. 8th — Brooklyn Bazaar — New York, New York, USA
Aug. 9th — Trocadero — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Aug. 10th — Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub — Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Aug. 11th — Bar Le Ritz PDB — Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Aug. 12th — Horseshoe Tavern — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug. 13th — El Club — Detroit, Michigan, USA
Aug. 14th — Reggies — Chicago, Illinois, USA
Aug. 15th — First Avenue & 7th St Entry — Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Aug. 16th — Riot Room — Kansas, Missouri, USA
Aug. 17th — Oriental Theater — Denver, Colorado, USA
Aug. 19th — Crocodile — Seattle, Washington, USA
Aug. 20th — Rickshaw Theatre — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Aug. 21st — Dantes — Portland, Oregon, USA
Aug. 22nd — Bottom of The Hill — San Francisco, California, USA
Aug. 23rd — Echoplex — Los Angeles, California, USA
Aug. 24th — The Rebel Lounge — Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Aug. 25th — Sister — Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Aug. 26th — Gas Monkey — Dallas, Texas, USA
Aug. 27th — Come And Take It Live — Austin, Texas, USA
Aug. 28th — White Oak Music Hall — Houston, Texas, USA
Aug. 29th — Santos Bar — New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Aug. 31st — Muddy Roots — Cooksville, Tennessee, USA

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of the Spiders‘ concert in Buffalo, New York, USA back in February 2016:

“There was something magical and exotic about watching the Spiders play. Guitarist John Hoyles and in particular bassist Olie Griphammar each wore high heel boots making their already six foot plus lanky frames seem that much taller and larger than life. Both of them along with frontwoman Ann-Sofie Hoyles were wearing what looked like out of the box retro ’70s clothing to me, which added to the band’s exoticness. Drummer Ricard Harryson was hard to see from my vantage point but from what I could see, he was just punishing his drum set by giving them a serious pounding. Griphammar also wore silver make-up lines under his eyes and that made me think just how bombastic and spectacular that KISS must have looked in their early days when the shock rockers were playing smaller venues in full make-up and outrageous costumes. Whatever the case, the Spiders made a formidable impression looks wise and certainly set themselves apart from headliner Graveyard whose band members later appeared on stage in clothing that they would seemingly wear on any day.

I’m not sure what I was expecting but the Spiders sounded really good on stage. The sound seemed crystal clear and the heavy guitar riffs from John Hoyles coupled with the thunderous rhythm section of Griphammar and Harryson mixed with the mild Swedish laced English from singer Ann-Sofie Hoyles made for an impressive musical display.”

Spiders‘ “Mad Dog” video:

Spiders – Mad Dog

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Spiders‘ “Dead Or Alive” video:

Spiders – Dead Or Alive

Music video by Spiders performing Dead Or Alive. (C) 2018 Crusher Records, Under exclusive license to Universal Music ABhttp://vevo.ly/au2RTd

Hank Von Hell’s “Fake It” video:

Hank von Hell – Fake It

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