“We’ve had such a blast touring together in September that we decided to go on an even greater adventure. We look forward to meeting each and every one of you on the road! Both bands will be bringing new songs, never heard before neither live nor on record. Considering everything that has been going on in the world, we feel extremely lucky to be able to tour for 3 week, playing over 20 shows in 11 different countries all over Europe. Come hang with us, we cannot wait!” — Benedikt (Coltaine) + Katja (kariti)
17/02 DE Stuttgart / Schwarzer Keiler
18/02 DE Freiburg / Artik
19/02 FR Strasbourg / Le Local
20/02 CH Zürich / Ebrietas
21/02 FR Dijon / t.b.a
22/02 FR Lyon / Le Farmer
23/02 IT Milano c.i.q.
24/02 IT Bologna / Circolo Dev
25/02 IT Schio / Csa Arcadia
26/02 IT Trieste / Round Midnight
28/02 SI Ljubljana / Channel Zero
01/03 HR Zagreb / Močvara
02/03 HU Budapest / Riff
03/03 SK Bratislava / Kulturak Klub
04/03 AT Vienna / Rhiz
05/03 CZ Prague / Balada Bar
06/03 PL Wroclaw / t.b.a.
07/03 DE Berlin / Tommyhaus
09/03 DE Kiel / Schaubude
10/03 DE Dortmund / Rattenloch
11/03 DE Karlsruhe / P8
Poster artwork by M. M. Muench
Layout by Julia Frasch (Coltaine)
Photo by Daniela “Lela” Gruber
Versatile hard rock quartet, Coltaine, thrive on contrast. Now five records into their journey, that began in 2014, Moritz Pirmin Berg (guitarist,) Benedikt Klemens Berg (bass,) and Julia Frasch (vocals) are unremittingly forward-looking.
There is a ferocious energy and rhythmic nuance to the band that delivers devastating guitar riffs in a raw blend of progressive, darkish, neo-psychedelic rock.
Coltaine’s most recent record, like the previous albums, was recorded live in an independent environment in their hometown, Karlsruhe to catch the instinctive raw energy and was released March 31, 2022 without a label. They continue to improve their unique mixture of crafted songwriting and spacious groove on the road with a 10+ date tour this spring and fall. Coltaine have deep musical roots and grow a heavy, engaging sound, with sheer feeling in every song.
Benedikt Berg – Bass
Moritz Berg – Guitar
Amin Bouzeghaia – Drums
Julia Frasch – Vocals
Photo by Andrea Stoppa
карити (kariti) – (‘mourn the dead’ in church Slavonic, an antique Slavic liturgical language) is a Russian born artist based in Italy. Her debut »Covered Mirrors« was released on September 18, 2020 by the Italian label Aural Music and represents a cathartic peregrination through bereavement.
»Covered Mirrors« is a collection of 9 intimate mostly stripped down mourning folk songs with crisp fingerstyle guitar and eerie vocal harmonies. Evocative lyrics in English and Russian explore various facets of death and parting.
It was recorded and mixed on an old secluded countryside property by Lorenzo Della Rovere and mastered by Lorenzo Stecconi (Ufomammut, Zu, Grime). The record features Marco (Grime) on electric guitar on »Sky Burial« and »Anna: Requiem To Death« and Lorenzo Della Rovere on acoustic guitar on »The Baptism Of A Witch«.
Music for »The Baptism Of A Witch« is inspired by an antique Russian folk song about reincarnation »Razlilas rechka bystraya«. Lyrics for »Anna« are a loose translation of Anna Akhmatova’s poem »Requiem: To Death«. Intro is a mix of traditional Russian funeral singing.
Recommended for those who enjoy dark, somber atmospheres with profound lyrical content.