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Metal Vets Kylesa Announce New Album ‘Exhausting Fire,’ U.S. Tour

Hear intricate first single, “Lost and Confused”

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Georgia sludge metal veterans Kylesa will release their new album 'Exhausting Fire' this fall

Savannah, Georgia sludge metal veterans Kylesa will release their seventh studio album, Exhausting Fire, on October 2nd via Seasons of Mist.

The band recently revealed the album’s lead single, “Lost and Confused,” a demanding, intricate and bludgeoning cut available to stream below.

The song offers a taste of Kylesa’s expanding influences on Exhausting Fire, which, per a press release, incorporates New Wave, spaced-out Americana, Eighties goth and death rock.

Kylesa set about writing Exhausting Fire by plumbing a trove of riffs and ideas laid down before and after their relentless touring behind 2013’s Ultraviolet. The new LP was recorded in the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina and produced solely by guitarist and singer, Phillip Cope.

“After all these years of experimenting with different styles and sounds, we’ve really developed our own thing and I can faithfully say that we sound like us,” fellow singer/guitarist Laura Pleasants added in a statement. “With this album, we’ve successfully made a record that incorporates all the elements we’ve always played with into a record that works on its own.”

Kylesa will support Exhausting Fire with a sprawling North American tour that gets under way in late August and continues through November. A full list of dates is below.

Kylesa Tour Dates

August 29 — Durham, NC @ Motorco
August 31 — Charlottesville, Va @ The Southern
September 1 — New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
September 2 — Montreal, QC @ Cafe Campus
September 3 — Toronto, ON @ Mod Club Theater
September 4 — Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s
September 5 — St. Louis, MO @ Ready Room
September 6 — Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar
September 7 — Augusta, GA @ Sky City
October 6 — St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
October 7 — Miami, FL @ Grand Central
October 8 — Orlando, FL @ The Social
October 9 — Savannah, GA @ Jinx
October 10 — Asheville, NC @ New Mountain
October 13 — Columbus, OH @ The Basement
October 14 — Grand Rapids, MI @ Pyramid Scheme
October 16 — Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
October 17 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
October 19 — Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
October 20 — Philadelphia, PA @ Black Box @ Underground Arts
October 23 — Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
October 24 — Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
October 25 — Atlanta, GA @ The Drunken Unicorn
November 6 — Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
November 7 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
November 8 — San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
November 10 — San Diego, CA @ The Irenic
November 11 — Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
November 13 — Austin, TX @ Red 7
November 14 — Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
November 15 — Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar
November 17 — Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep
November 18 — Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
November 19 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
November 20 — Boise, ID @ Neurolux
November 21 — Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
November 22 — Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile

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