Hot Water Music announce new album and European tour
Post-hardcore legends Hot Water Music from Gainesville, Florida announce their new studio album for 2022.
Feel the Void will be the first full length under End Hits Records (Europe) and Equal Vision Recordings (USA). The record was produced under the direction of Brian McTernan (Battery, Be Well). In songwriting, Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard were assisted by Canadian Chris Cresswell (The Flatliners, Scorpios).
Hot Water Music about the record:
“We are very excited to be signed to Equal Vision and End Hits for our upcoming record, “Feel the Void.” Recording this record was a very cool combination of old and new. Reuniting with Brian McTernan as a producer while watching Chris, Chuck, and Cresswell work together for the first time resulted in the recording and writing magic that we had all hoped we would be able to create. We truly cannot wait to get back on the road and share these new songs live, especially in Oct 22 with BSF and Samiam!
Thanks for all of your support over the years, we promise this record is the one you’ve been hoping for.”
Hot Water Music, Boysetsfire & Samiam
The band has also announced a European tour for October 2022. Together with the post-hardcore colleagues Boysetsfire and the emocore greatness Samiam, which was already founded in 1988, concerts in England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Germany are fixed.
A sensational lineup not to be missed. Tickets at: https://www.eventim.de
HOT WATER MUSIC & BOYSETSFIRE
Special Guest: SAMAIM
04.10.2022 UK – London, Electric Ballroom
05.10.2022 BE – Antwerpen, Zappa
06.10.2022 NL – Amsterdam, Melkweg
07.10.2022 DE – Dortmund, Warsteiner Music Hall
08.10.2022 DE – Hannover, Swiss Life Hall
09.10.2022 DE – Berlin, Columbiahalle
10.10.2022 DE – Nürnberg, Löwensaal
11.10.2022 DE – München, Tonhalle
12.10.2022 AT – Wien, Gasometer
13.10.2022 DE – Stuttgart, LKA-Longhorn
14.10.2022 DE – Wiesbaden, Schlachthof
15.10.2022 DE – Wiesbaden, Schlachthof
Presented by RADIO BOB, Visions Magazine, Fuze Magazine and Morecore
Poto: Dave Decker