Chelsea Wolfe to perform an acoustic tour in unique venues across Europe in March 2020



Chelsea Wolfe announces an acoustic tour of Europe in March 2020, set in unique venues, providing special settings to experience her latest work, Birth Of Violence, out now on Sargent House. Complimenting the proceedings in support across all dates is Tribulation guitarist and sublime solo artist, Jonathan Hultén – see all dates and details below. Tickets for all shows will be onsale by Oct 9th at 11:00AM (CEST).

 Birth Of Violence acoustic tour:

12-03 DE Berlin @ Passionskirche – SOLD OUT 

13-03 DE Leipzig @ @ Paul Gerhard Kirche

14-03 DE Bochum @ Christus Kirche 

16-03 NL Utrecht @ TivoliVredenburg 

17-03 FR Paris @ La Gaité Lyrique 

19-03 UK Manchester @ Stoller Hall 

20-03 UK Glasgow @ Saint Luke’s 

21-03 UK Coventry @ Coventry Cathedral 

22-03 UK London @ Alexandra Palace Theatre 

23-03 BE Antwerp @ Bourla 

25-03 FR Lyon @ Chapelle De La Trinité 

26-03 CH Pully @ Theatre de L’Octogone 

28-03 DE Munich @ Kammerspiele 

29-03 DE Hamburg @ Gruenspan 

30-03 DK Copenhagen @ Koncerthuset – Studio 2 

31-03 NO Oslo @ Kulturkirken Jakob 

01-04 SE Stockholm @ Nalen 

Chelsea Wolfe has always been a conduit for a powerful energy, and while she has demonstrated a capacity to channel that somber beauty into a variety of forms, her gift as a songwriter is never more apparent than when she strips her songs down to a few key elements. As a result, her solemn majesty and ominous elegance are more potent than ever on her new album, Birth of Violence.  

Wolfe will soon be embarking on a major North American tour this Autumn, stripping back the live show to perform new and old songs in a more intimate light. All dates, with Ionna Gika in support are listed here.

Praise for Birth Of Violence

“A masterwork of Gothic Americana, a record of glass-like fragility and honesty, and wood-hard resolve that’s as beautiful as it is dark and confessional…this is the work of a brilliant artist who is singular in both talent and vision.” – 4K Lead review Kerrang!

“A haunting sound of otherworldly, ethereal beauty that few others manage to evoke.” – 9/10 review Metal Hammer

“Wolfe might have dialled down the industrial leanings on her sixth LP, but her heavy, heady sound is no less dramatic…Wolfe layers the sorrow with a compelling sense of urgency.” – 4* Q magazine

“The result is an album that displays Wolfe’s versatility and ability to stir power from whispers as easily as she does howls.” – Uncut

 “Chelsea Wolfe has become one of the most influential artists of this century…Throughout it all, though much more subtly, the horrors and anxieties of Abyss or Pain Is Beauty are also here, ever-present monsters lurking in the shadows, an integral part of the human condition that Chelsea Wolfe is able to turn into aching, timeless musical beauty.” – Zero Tolerance

“Chelsea Wolfe is a singer-songwriter as distinctive as she is compelling — her sound is folk music that carries the stench of sulfur, like it was written on a guitar made from the wood of a tree struck by lightning.” – The FADER

“…Wolfe has composed a masterpiece. “ – LA Weekly 

“Sounding like she’s been sequestered on a mountain top with nothing but books on witchcraft and a handful of Joni Mitchell records (reflecting her actual retreat into the woods to work on new material), the singer/songwriter flexes her emotional and musical growth on this gorgeous, introspective cut.” – Revolver 

“Ominous…this only goes to prove that Wolfe is still very much evolving as an artist and nailing it every step of the way.” – Metal Injection

 “While the music technically errs on the acoustic side, there’s nothing soft about Wolfe’s terrible and awe-inspiring invocation.” – A.V. Club  

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