TARAKANY! The Power of One Tour: Europe 2019, pt. 2
In November 2019 Tarakany! will hit the road for the second part of their European tour in support of their first English-language album “The Power of One”, released by A-F Records (USA) and split album with Israelis Useless ID “Among Other Zeroes and Ones”, released in Europe on Shield Recordings.
The band will perform both songs in English from these two records, and the main band hits, undoubtedly expected by the Russian-speaking audience from Germany.
Four European shows out of eleven will be played together with the Berliners ZSK, who in their turn will join Tarakany! in Russia for big shows in Moscow and Saint Petersburg early in November. Moreover, Tarakany! and ZSK are working on a split album, which will be internationally released this year.
Im November 2019 geht es wieder los!
Die Band Tarakany! startet den zweiten Teil ihrer Europa-Tour, die schon im April begonnen hat.
Wie im Frühling, präsentiert die Band im Rahmen ihrer Shows zwei neue Releases:
das erste englischsprachige Album “The Power of One”, das von A-F Records (USA) veröffentlicht wurde,
sowie das Split “Among Other Zeroes and Ones”, die mit der Israelischen Band Useless ID in Europa von Shield Recordings veröffentlicht wurde.
Auf dem Programm stehen neben den englischen Versionen der neuen Releases natürlich auch die besten Hits von Tarakany!, die vor Allem von dem Russischen Publikum in Deutschland heiß erwartet werden.
Auf vier von elf Shows ist performt Tarakany! mit der Band ZSK. Die Berliner sind als Special Guest und Opening Act auf den großen Bühnen in Russland mit dabei.
Übrigens: momentan arbeiten beide Bands an einem gemeinsamen Release, der dem internationalen Publikum noch innerhalb diesen Jahres vorgestellt werden soll. Seid gespannt!
• 06/11 — Leipzig (D) — Hellraiser → tickets
• 07/11 — Berlin (D) — Hangar 49 → tickets
• 08/11 — Dresden (D) — Tante JU * → tickets
• 09/11 — Magdeburg (D) — Factory * → tickets
• 10/11 — Hamburg (D) — Menschenzoo
• 11/11 — Rostock (D) — Peter Weiss Haus → tickets
• 12/11 — Köln (D) — Sonic Ballroom
• 13/11 — Dusseldorf (D) — The Tube → tickets
• 14/11 — Wiesbaden (D) — Sabot
• 15/11 — Saarbrücken (D) — Juz Försterstraße * → tickets
• 16/11 — Karlsruhe (D) — Substage * → tickets
* with ZSK
“What I Can Change” — a song performed by Tarakany! featuring Nikola Sarcevic (Millencolin) from the brand new record “The Power of One” that was released on A-F Records, 2018.
The very first live performance of the song took place a few years ago in 2015 at the biggest Russian rock festival Nashestvie, when anti-militaristic and pacifistic speeches of band's leader Dmitry Spirin led to a huge wave of insulting and blaming the band for the lack of patriotic...
Tarakany!, one of the biggest punk bands in Russia is coming back to Europe for the first time in the last six years.This time the band is on the tour supporting two records that were put out in 2018 worldwide.“The Power of One” — the whole record made in English released on A-F Records (USA) and “Among Other Zeroes and Ones” — split record with well-known Israeli band Useless ID which was released by Shield Record...
The Mighty Sounds Festival is a unique three-day music event, which is annually held in July near the Czech City of Tábor. The festival focuses primarily on punk and punk rock, rock’n’roll, hardcore, reggae, ska, rockabilly, indie rock and other styles of music that are derived from, or closely related to, these styles. One ...
A-F Records released the band’s The Power Of One full-length in June last year, and now they’re broadcasting their message on a wider scale. The documentary highlights the band’s early &rsq...
“Killing Pigs”: Chris “#2” Barker (Anti-Flag), Russ Rankin (Good Riddance), Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID), Willem Heijmans (Antillectual), Nico Feelisch (Rogers)
“What I Can Change”: Nikola Sarcevic (Millencolin)
“Who You Were Yesterday”: Travis Leake (LoviNoch)
Chris #2, Anti-Flag:
On "Lie for Lie", the band details the very real problem in Russia of governmental tyranny. Freedoms are being erased, propaganda floods media outlets, and many Russians feel the whole world hates them even though the individual citizens didn't do anything… maybe some of you can relate to this..?
Speaking to Punknews, vocalist Dmitry Spirin said:
“Since the first Putin's term as a president Rus...
Dmitry Spirin commented on the track for the New Noise Magazine:
“The idea of this song is coming out of belief in equal rights for every being on our planet. And if there are people who’s agenda is non-violence behavior, how can they be involved in killing living beings? There are so many ways to feed yourself without violence and it’s such a shame that because of prejudice, habits and prop...
Chris #2, Anti-Flag:
“When I first heard Tarakany! massive parts of my life’s belief that music can transcend were confirmed. To see this band write songs that I connected with musically and politically, the same way I’ve connected with some of my favorite artists of all time, and have them be from Russia further reiterated that invisible bullshit b...