Washington DC rockers Caustic Casanova are excited to announce "God How I Envy This Tour," a run of dates in November that will take them from Brooklyn to Texas. Starting on November 2nd at legendary Williamsburg venue Saint Vitus with Magnetic Eye's Day of Doom showcase, the band will travel through Virginia, the Carolinas, Florida, and Lousiana on their way to three final stops in the Lone Star State.
All dates will be in support of their recently released album God How I Envy The Deaf.
Nov. 2 - Brooklyn, NY (Magnetic Eye Day of Doom Festival) @ Saint Vitus
Nov. 8 - Richmond, VA @Wonderland
Nov. 9 - Greensboro, NC @Flat Iron
Nov. 10 - Wilmington, NC @Gravity Records
Nov. 11 - Raleigh, NC @Slims
Nov. 12 - Charleston, SC @The Royal American
Nov. 14 - St. Augustine, FL @Shanghai Nobby's
Nov. 15 - Gainesville, FL @Loosey's
Nov. 16 - St. Petersburg, FL @The Bends
Nov. 17 - Pompano Beach, FL @Lozer Lounge
Nov. 18 - Orlando, FL @Wills Pub
Nov. 20 - New Orleans, LA @Carnaval Lounge
Nov. 21 - San Antonio, TX @Hi-Tones
Nov. 22 - Denton, TX @Backyard on Bell Block Party III
Nov. 23 - Fort Worth, TX @Lola's Trailer Park Bar
About Caustic Casanova
Relentless road-dogs CAUSTIC CASANOVA recently released their new album, "God How I Envy The Deaf" on October 18th 2019, via Magnetic Eye Records. The record lands after a nearly two-month cross-country tour and only weeks prior to another trek in support of the confident collection of singable riff-punk anthems, establishing yet again that this band won’t be held to any sort of predictable musical path nor many nights sleeping in their own beds.
Since forming as teenagers at the College of William & Mary in 2005, Caustic Casanova have weathered lineup changes and life-threatening injuries while maintaining an aggressive DIY touring ethic, and their eclectic sound has made them a favorite in a crowded scene.
Following drummer/vocalist Stefanie Zaenker’s recovery from wrist injuries that nearly ended her ability to play, the band the band released the critically acclaimed LP "Breaks" in 2015 on Kylesa’s Retro Futurist Records, as well as a trio of EPs between 2013 and 2018 that paired original songs with classics from Pentagram, the Melvins and Weedeater. This hard work led to nominations for multiple Washington Area Music Awards in 2019, as well as a deal with Magnetic Eye Records to release the much-anticipated new album.
Looking to the future, the band (Zaenker, along with bassist/vocalist Francis Beringer, guitarist Jake Kimberley and guitarist Andrew Yonki) have already begun work on material for their next album. First, though, the road-hardened unit will be showcasing the genre-mashing twists and alchemies of "God How I Envy the Deaf" across the world, including a slot at Magnetic Eye’s upcoming Day of Doom label showcase this November, with lots more live dates to come.
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