DEATH HAWKS IS A TRAVELLIN’ BAND!!
1) Check the dates
2) Support your local or nearest ticket dealer
3) Come ‘n have good times with us!
We updated some shows to our calendar and there is a lot more
to be announced soon.
We’ll keep you posted!
05.02.2016 VALOA Festival, YO-talo, Tampere
06.02.2016 Korjaamo, Helsinki (w/ Wigwam Revisited & Kiki Pau)
11.03.2016 Bar Downtown, Kouvola
12.03.2016 Kerhotalo, Riihimäki
17.03.2016 Henry’s Pub, Kuopio
19.03.2016 45 Special, Oulu
24.03.2016 Telakka, Tampere
25.03.2016 Katse, Jyväskylä
26.03.2016 Gong, Turku
27.03.2016 Tirra, Lahti
APRIL’16 EUROPEAN TOUR
To be announced soon!
Finnish music magazine Rumba’s latest issue is a theme number about occultism and esotericism in music. The cover story is about Death Hawks.
Our new single °Behind Thyme° now in iTunes and Spotify.
PEOPLE, FRIENDS, LOVERS!
Here it is!
Our new music video for the new song Behind Thyme.
“No matter who or where you are, we guarantee that “Behind Thyme” will leave you feeling a little more magical than you thought you could.”
Watch the video and read the story from
IT IS HAPPENING AGAIN!
We are releasing our third album which goes by the name
SUN FUTURE MOON on November 13th .
Needless to say how psyched we are.
It is one thunderous album and it looks like this!
A 10-inch vinyl featuring Death Hawks will be released on April 18 as a part of Record Store Day 2015 in Germany.
Leading up to the release, Music Finland previews the sounds on the vinyl through a short film, made in Helsinki, featuring German dancer-choreographer Nikeata Thompson – a public figure in the German cultural and entertainment landscape and judge on the German ”Got To Dance”, among other TV shows and appearances.
We’re happy to announce that Death Hawks will perform at Roadburn Festival 2015.
“Discovering Death Hawks will certainly remain one of the highlights from the programming of our “Houses of the Holistic” event”, says Enslaved’s Ivar Bjørnson. “They’ve got that 60-70s psychedelia-vibe pinned down far better than almost any other “retro-band” I’ve come across (quite a few should just should listen to Death Hawks and give up).
However, that’s just a superficial attribute: the music speaks for itself – they’ve got an intense melodic and psychedelic vibe; that grabs your frontal lobes and drags you along the trip. Their video-hit “Black Acid” has got to be one the closest sonic representations of acid (the mind altering variant, not the material dissolvent) within music. And they really deliver live; so make sure to turn on, tune in and drop out during their show at Roadburn 2015.”
Also there are our friends Pekko Käppi & K:H:H:L!