[dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”]’T[/dropcap]omahawk is in no way a Patton show, the depth of playing exhibited by Denison, Dunn and Stainer is worthy of rapt attention.
Dunn’s playing has always been supportive, mercurial and compositional, and in whatever setting he finds himself he brings a savage majesty to the material through his use of off kilter-timing and just plain badassery’
– Kailas Elmer, reviewing Tomahawk‘s album, Oddfellows.
Tomahawk return to the road this summer. Here are the dates that are officially announced:
18th Dour, Belgium – Dour Festival
19th Lisbon, Portugal – Super Bock Super Rock
21th Ostrava, Czech Republic – Colours of Ostrava
22nd Wroclaw, Poland – Arsenal
24th Tel Aviv, Israel – Nokia Theatre
22nd Lausanne, Switzerland – For Noise Festival
23rd Paris, France – Rock en Seine Festival
24th Reading, England – Reading Festival
25th Leeds, England – Leeds Festival
27th Amsterdam, Holland – Paradiso
28th Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum (opening for Nine Inch Nails)
29th Zurich, Switzerland – Zurich Openair
31st Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega (with Bosnian Rainbows)
1st Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller Music Hall (with Bosnian Rainbows)
2nd Stockholm, Sweden – Debaser Medis (with Bosnian Rainbows)
4th Helsinki, Finland – Circus (with Bosnian Rainbows)
6th Berlin, Germany Berlin Festival
The quartet comprising the talents of Mike Patton, Duane Denison, John Stanier and Trevor Dunn will be promoting their most recent album, Oddfellows, which Ipecac released at the start of the year.
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle