Out now is an all new video from Schkeuditzer Kreuz, “Second Life”. “Second Life” is the second single and video lifted from the project’s forthcoming sophomore album, “No Life Left”. “No Life Left” from Schkeuditzer Kreuz is set for vinyl, cassette, and digital release on 25 August 2023 via Australia’s Bad Habit Records – distributed in the US by Sorry State Records – and supported in Europe by extensive tourdates throughout September and October.
Schkeuditzer Kreuz is the work of expat New Zealand DIY punk veteran, Kieren Hills, now based in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. The project combines dark, apocalyptic, post-industrial music with a background in crust, hardcore and d-beat.
The previous Schkeuditzer Kreuz single “Joy” premiered on 30 May via Side-Line Magazine.
Here’s the new single / video.
EU / UK Tourdates – 2023
- 14/09/23 Newcastle, UK
- 15/09/23 Bradford, UK
- 16/09/23 London, UK
- 19/09/23 Wiesbaden, Germany
- 20/09/23 TBC, Germany
- 21/09/23 Copenhagen, Denmark
- 22/09/23 Oslo, Norway
- 23/09/23 Stockholm, Sweden
- 24/09/23 TBC, Sweden
- 27/09/23 TBC, Germany
- 28/09/23 TBC, Germany
- 29/09/23 Berlin, Germany
- 30/09/23 Leipzig, Germany
- 01/10/23 Eisenberg, Germany
- 02/10/23 Neugersdorf, Germany
- 05/10/23 Ostrava, Czech
- 06/10/23 Prague, Czech
- 07/10/23 Bratislava, Slovakia
- 08/10/23 Vienna, Austria
- 10/10/23 Serbia (location tba)
- 11/10/23Serbia (location tba)
- 12/10/23 TBC
- 13/10/23 Moderna, Italy
- 14/10/23 Alessandria, Italy
- 15/10/23 Milano, Italy
- 18/10/23 Switzerland (location tba)
- 19/10/23 Biel, Switzerland
- 20/10/23 Kreuzlingen, Switzerland
- 21/10/23 Stuttgart, Germany
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