Chelsea Wolfe - "The End" (Sibylle Baier Cover) + Winter Tour DatesBy Noisey Staff
There's something about "drone-metal-art-folk" songstress Chelsea Wolfe that is impossibly alluring to us. She's like the girl who walks into a room and everything turns to slow motion, but instead of slow motion, a sack is thrown over your head and you taste nothing but blood and leather for like a week.
Wolfe has just announced an upcoming tour in support of her latest release (and one of our most haunting albums of the year), Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs. Supported by Americana psych crooner King Dude, the tour will feature Wolfe joined onstage by a backing string section and is sure to be exactly what you need to pull yourself out of your crippling seasonal depression. That, or it'll send you even further into your deep, dark downward spiral. Either way, you'll feel feels.
Watch the goth goddess perform an evocative cover of German folk singer Sibylle Baier's "The End" and check out tour dates below:
1/11 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall !
1/13 Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge !
1/14 Seattle, WA - The Triple Door ! (
1/15 Vancouver, BC - The Media Club !
1/18 Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock Social Club !
1/19 Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern !
1/20 Pontiac, MI - The Pike Room at Crofoot Ballroom !
1/21 Toronto, ON - The Drake Hotel !
1/22 Montreal, QC - Il Motore !
11/23 Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair !
1/25 Philadelphia, PA - The Side Chapel of The First Unitarian Church !
1/26 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg !
1/28 - Washington, DC - The Rock & Roll Hotel
1/29 Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506
1/30 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
2/01 Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's
2/02 Austin, TX - Central Presbyterian Church
2/03 Dallas, TX - House of Blues - Cambidge Room
2/05 Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom
2/08 - Los Angeles, CA - First Unitarian Church
! = w/ King Dude
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