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Khanate make live footage available via YouTube; additional European tour dates announced!

Photo by Ebru Yildiz

On the heels of their first confirmed performance in nearly two decades, as part of Roadburn 2024, Khanate have announced two additional shows: April 22 at Copenhagen’s Basement, and April 23 at Berghain in Berlin.

Khanate have also shared a compilation of live footage, with clips taken from the »Dead & Live Aktions« DVD, released in 2005.

Khanate are also on the cover of The Wire’s December issue, discussing their critically-acclaimed 2023 release, »To Be Cruel«, and the impending catalogue spanning reissues.

Reissues of »Khanate« (2001) and »Things Viral« (2003) arrive via Sacred Bones on December 1st. Pre-orders for »Khanate« can be found here and »Things Viral« here. »Capture & Release« and »Clean Hands Go Foul« reissues are forthcoming.

Khanate recently ended their self-imposed hiatus with the Spring arrival of »To Be Cruel« (Sacred Bones Records), ending a 14-year hiatus for the band. Stereogum said the three-song, sixty-plus minute album is “just as uncompromising as their past work,” SPIN declared them “more relevant than ever,” and Decibel, in a sprawling Q&A with James Plotkin, said of the influential outfit: “Even calling them a doom band sells them short. The cramped corner of hell that Khanate takes the listener to, sonically and psychologically, is way beyond doom. It’s doom as a forgone conclusion…”

Khanate tour dates:
April 20 – Tilburg, NL Roadburn Festival
April 22 – Copenhagen, DK Basement
April 23 – Berlin, DE Berghain

Tickets for all shows can be purchased here.

Courtesy of Speakeasy PR

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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