Burning rubber around the UK this autumn, see the latest single release 'Hot Wheels' from Black Spiders, plus the latest album launch news...
Sheffield’s Black Spiders are heading out on the road in September to tour their new album ‘Can’t Die, Won’t Die‘, released on Spinefarm on 12th May, the band’s first campaign with the label. The band re-formed in 2020, having split in 2017, and released their self titled album ‘Black Spiders‘ in 2021.
Back with a bang in 2023, pre-order ‘Can’t Die, Won’t Die‘ from HERE
Lead single and video ‘Hot Wheels’ is out now and sees the band – led into action by frontman, Pete Spiby – in a variety of scenarios and settings, at one point surviving a close encounter with a rampant shark! Think classic Hollywood road trip – in a small jeep – with guitars!
Expect plenty of guitar driven hot rock on‘Can’t Die, Won’t Die’ – 42 minutes of back-street trouble, produced by regular studio compadre, Matt Elliss. Its 12 new tracks including ‘Destroyer’ and ‘It Is What It Is’, all measured pace and power, and ‘Driving My Rooster’, a race towards the cliff edge – are sure to add more burnt tread to their tyres.
A special launch evening is planned at Sheffield’s Network 2 on Friday 19th May 2023:
With their rousing rock ‘n’ roll slogan “EAT THUNDER, SHIT LIGHTNING!” and audience holler of “FUCK YOU BLACK SPIDERS!” you can expect a dynamite evening out when you catch a show – more details below!
- A full UK tour has been announced for September – get your tickets from Planet Rock HERE
Black Spiders are also confirmed to play the following festivals with more to be added:
- Friday April 7th – Uplift skate & music festival
- Sunday May 28th – Call of the Wild festival
- Sunday 23rd July – Maid in Stone festival
- Sunday 13th August – Firestorm festival
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