PollStar: Boondox Brings ‘Murder’ Tour To U.S.

Earlier today, Francisco Rendon released an article about Boondox on the website Pollstar.com.

This article features Boondox discussing his upcoming album The Murder and his Murder tour with Blaze ya Dead Homie and Lex The Hex Master.

You can check out the full article and a list of tour dates below.

 

Fans of facepaint and horrorcore rap rejoice. Boondox is showcasing his lyrics around his home country and Pollstar has the routing. Blaze and Lex The Hex Master joining as support on the trek.

The tour will feature tunes from Boondox’s upcoming album, The Murder. That project includes collaborations with TwiztidBubba Sparxxx, and Struggle Jennings.

Of the new LP, Boondox said: “My new album The Murder, is a step in a new direction for me. It’s a uniquely different sound, but still maintains that southern, wicked style that fans have come to expect from me … I was lucky enough to be able to work with Jamie Madrox, who I’ve always considered a big inspiration. It was also very cool to have Michael ‘Seven’ Summers do the majority of the production. Along with the new release, comes a nationwide tour that will kick off in April. I’ll be hitting the road with my label mates Blaze Ya Dead Homie, and Lex the Hex Master. I’m looking forward to performing songs off ‘The Murder’, and some older songs that I’ve never performed live. I want to bring a brand new experience to my live performance.”

The Murder is available for pre-order now via this link.

The live shows start in Knoxville, Tenn., on April 6 and run more than a month, hitting both coasts and closing in Cleveland on May 20. There is still a TBA in the schedule in Sacramento, Calif., on May 4.

A video for the single “PYEO (Peck Your Eyes Out)” is available for viewing now. Boondox The Scarecrow is currently on tour with Twiztid and performs tonight in Greensboro, N.C.

Here is the full routing for Boondox’s headline tour:

April 6 – Knoxville, Tenn., The Concourse
April 8 – Rochester, N.Y., Montage Music Hall
April 9 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Rex Theater
April 12 – Laconia, N.H., Whiskey Barrel Bar
April 13 – Providence, R.I., Fete Music Hall
April 14 – Reading, Pa., Reverb
April 16 – Baltimore, Md., Baltimore Soundstage
April 18 – Indianapolis, Ind., Emerson Theater
April 19 – Covington, Ky., Madison Live
April 20 – Detroit, Mich., St. Andrews Hall w/ Twiztid
April 21 – Crest Hill, Ill., Bada Brew
April 22 – Sauget, Ill., Pop’s
April 24 – Dallas, Texas, The Green Elephant
April 25 – Houston, Texas, Scout Bar
April 26 – Lubbock, Texas, Backstage
April 27 –  Austin, Texas, The North Door
April 28 – Oklahoma City, Okla., ACM UCO Performance Lab
April 29 – Albuquerque, N.M., Sunshine Theater
April 30 – Mesa, Ariz., Club Red
May 2 – Golden Valley, Ariz., Castle Rock Events Center
May 3 – Las Vegas, N.V., Adrenaline
May 4 – Sacramento, Calif., TBA
May 5 – Portland, Ore., Hawthorn Room
May 6 – Spokane, Wash., The Pin
May 7 – Seattle, Wash., Studio 7
May 10 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The Complex
May 11 – Grand Junction, Colo., The Mesa Theater
May 12 – Greeley, Colo., The Moxi Theater
May 13 – Denver, Colo., The Roxy Theatre
May 14 – Colorado Springs, Colo., Black Sheep
May 17 – Minneapolis, Minn., Cabooze
May 18 – Cudahy, Wis., City Lounge
May 20 – Cleveland, Ohio, The Agora Theatre

Check with local venues for sale information. Learn more about the artist at his Facebook page.

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