Industrial bands unitcode:machine & Finite Automata announce the ‘Consumer:Dogma Tour’
Texas industrial band, unitcode:machine has announced a co-headlining tour with experimental/industrial act Finite Automata in support of their latest release, “Themes For A Collapsing Empire”.
Labeled the ‘Consumer:Dogma Tour’, the title refers to “a mixture of our musical focuses” says Eric Kristoffer, “consumerism screwing us from the perspective of unitcode:machine and dogma, from that of Finite Automata”.
The ‘Consumer:Dogma Tour’ begins in Austin, Texas on June, 4 and proceeds up the east coast. The tour continues down the mid-west before ending in Dallas, Texas on July, 2.
unitcode:machine, the brainchild of Eric K, has been producing music since 2000. With their first official release in 2004, the band offered a mix of multiple genres that inspire the group blending elements of EBM with industrial, synthpop, and many other styles.
Here are the ‘Consumer:Dogma’ tour dates
- 06.04 – Austin, TX – Elysium
- 06.07 – New Orleans, LA – The Goat
- 06.09 – Tampa, FL – Hooch And Hive
- 06.11 – Atlanta, GA – Star Bar
- 06.14 – Charlotte, NC – Milestone
- 06.15 – Richmond, VA – Fallout
- 06.16 – Washington, DC – The Public Option
- 06.17 – Philadelphia, Pa – Vortex
- 06.18 – Newark, NJ – QXT
- 06.19 – Salem, MA – Darq
- 06.21 – Albany, NY – Fuze Box
- 06.23 – Cincinnati, OH – The Mockbee
- 06.24 – Detroit, MI – Small’s
- 06.25 – Chicago, Il – Underground Lounge
- 06.26 – Madison, WI – Crucible
- 06.28 – Minneapolis, MN – Red Sea
- 06.30 – Kansas City, MO – Minibar
- 07.01 – Tulsa, OK – The Starlite
- 07.02 – Dallas, TX – Wits End
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