UK tour at the end of the year.
Without a doubt Eskimo Callboy are one of the hardest working bands. After multiple sold-out shows during their headlining tour in their native Germany, Japan and Russia as well as securing a smashing #6 in the German Top 100 Album Charts with their latest studio album, “The Scene”, Eskimo Callboy have recently released the self-produced “The Scene – Live in Cologne” in June.
As a little thank you to their dedicated fans Eskimo Callboy put out a new video clip: “Our new music video ‘Shallows’ is out now! The footage was recorded on our ‘The Scene’ tour earlier this year (thanks Christian Ripkens). – We’re coming back on tour with Attila very soon! Get your tickets now at www.eskimocallboy.com!”
Check Out “Shallows” here:
The band is currently touring “The Scene” and “The Scene – Live In Cologne”.
“The Scene – Live in Cologne” is available in the following formats:
- Ltd. Blu-ray+DVD+CD Digipak
- CD+DVD Jewelcase
- Digital Combo (please note: this audio + video format is just available on amazon, iTunes & Apple Music) and
- Digital Album
Apart from a sold out show fans are getting more than an hour of extensive b-roll material including the three video clips previously released during the campaign for “The Scene” plus behind the scenes.
The band released “The Scene” in August of 2017. Recorded and mixed at Eskimo Callboy’s home studio, “The Scene” was mastered at Pitchback Studios by Aljoscha Sieg (Nasty, Any Given Day, We Butter The Bread With Butter…). Like most bands of the modern era, Eskimo Callboy opted to record and mix their own music instead of hiring on a named producer. Their reasoning is simple: nobody is more passionate about music as the members of the band.
The band is playing some high profile festivals in August before embarking on another European tour with Attila in October:
04.08.18 (DE) Wacken – Wacken Open Air
10.-11.08.18 (AT) Bildein (Burgenland) – picture on festival
09.-12.08.18 (UK) Winchester – Boomtown Fair
15.-18.08.18 (DE) Dinkelsbühl – Summer Breeze Open Air
16.-18.08.18 (CH) Gampel – Open Air Gampel
16.-19.08.18 (AT) St. Pölten – Frequency Festival
24.-25.08.18 (DE) Sulingen – Reload Festival
Eskimo Callboy on tour with Attila
17.10.18 (UK) Southampton – Engine Rooms
18.10.18 (UK) Bristol – The Fleece
19.10.18 (UK) London – Islington Academy O2
20.10.18 (UK) Newcastle – Riverside
21.10.18 (UK) Glasgow – Classic Grand
22.10.18 (UK) Manchester – Club Academy
23.10.18 (UK) Birmingham – The Asylum 2
25.10.18 (NL) Eindhoven – Dynamo
26.10.18 (NL) Amsterdam – Melkweg Upstairs
27.10.18 (F) Paris – Petit Bain
28.10.18 (BE) Antwerp – Kavka
30.10.18 (IT) Bologna – Zona Roveri
31.10.18 (IT) Milan – Legend Club
01.11.18 (CH) Pratteln – Z7
02.11.18 (DE) Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
03.11.18 (DE) Dresden – Reithalle
04.11.18 (DE) Berlin – Huxleys
06.11.18 (CZ) Prague – Lucerna Music Bar
08.11.18 (DE) München – Tonhalle
09.11.18 (DE) Dortmund – Warsteiner Music Hall
10.11.18 (DE) Hamburg – Docks
11.11.18 (DE) Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
13.11.18 (PL) Warsaw – Progresja
14.11.18 (HU) Budapest – A 38
15.11.18 (DE) Nürnberg – Löwensaal
Metal Report Editor.
Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.