JUNIUS Announce Tour Dates, Second LP Pressing

JUNIUS, who have been described by Rolling Stone as “a perfect hybrid of Neurosis and The Smiths,” will join forces with post-rockers Caspian on a U.S. tour in February. Full dates can be found below.

The band, having just finished a highly successful European tour supporting Katatonia and Alcest, collectively commented:

“The past two months were definitely a highlight for us. Aside from the experience of exploring new places and making new friends in the 19 countries we visited, Katatonia and Alcest are two of the best bands we’ve ever toured with, both musically and personally. We owe them and everyone who came to the shows many thanks for making it such an amazing tour.”

JUNIUS will continue to support their PROSTHETIC debut, Reports From The Threshold of Death, which was described by Decibel as “the music that many Radiohead fans wished Thom Yorke wrote after The Bends.” A second pressing of the album’s LP edition is now available on orange marble and blue marble vinyl in limited quantities. Praised for their “epic song structures, textured arrangements and grand lyrical concepts” by AP magazine, the band has also performed in recent months alongside acts as varied as Enslaved, O’Brother and labelmates WOLVES LIKE US.

Catch JUNIUS live on one of the below dates:
2/16      Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506 #
2/18      St. Petersburg, FL – The Local 662 #
2/19      Orlando, FL – The Social #
2/20      Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade  #
2/21      New Orleans, LA – Siberia #
2/22      Houston, TX – Rudyards #
2/23      Austin, TX – Red 7 #
2/24      Dallas, TX – Club Dada #
2/26      Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad #
2/27      Tucson, AZ – Club Congress #
2/28      Phoenix, AZ – Rhythm Room #
3/01      Echo Park, CA – Echoplex #
# with Caspian

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