The 2018 return of conquering heroes Hot Snakes includes the band’s late night TV debut on Last Call with Carson Daly, where they delivered blistering performances of Jericho Sirens singles “Six-Wave Hold Down,” “I Need a Doctor” and “Having Another,” filmed live at The Troubadour in Los Angeles.
Hot Snakes will resume their North American tour dates for 2018 on June 2nd at the Upstream Music Festival in Seattle.
Hot Snakes Tour Dates + Ticket LinksMay 24 - Austin, TX - Hot Luck at The Mohawk
June 2 - Seattle, WA - Upstream Music Festival
June 4 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom (SOLD OUT)
June 5 - Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere
June 7 - Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, ON
June 8 - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA
June 9 - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA
June 10 - Union Stage - Washington, DC
Hot Snakes’ Jericho Sirens is available now worldwide on Sub Pop.
“It’s got all the traits that make Hot Snakes the unique band they always were: the fury of hardcore, the dissonant riffs of noise rock, the fuzz-drenched party of garage rock. They’ve got no fat on this thing — it’s over and done with in 30 minutes and replay value is very high — and the songs aren’t just rippers but catchy too.” [Jericho Sirens, “5 Notable Releases This Week”] - Brooklyn Vegan
“Hot Snakes’ caustic, erudite commentary is more welcome than ever” [Jericho Sirens, 4/5] - MOJO
“Teeming with revved-up riffs and apocalyptic imagery, the post-hardcore group’s first album since 2005 reasserts their status as the most merciless band in their scene” - Pitchfork
“Comebacks are complicated, for bands and fans too, but this is one for the ages. Hot Snakes have returned, reminding those of us who’ve paid attention that they are definitively one of the greatest rock bands we’ve ever known.” [9/10] - Exclaim!
“It’s exactly what you want out of a Hot Snakes jam, with a riff that snarls and swaggers like a hot rod, its wild hair of a melody built into the stylish chrome.” [“Six Wave Hold-Down”] - NPR Music
“Jericho Sirens is an incredible turn, and proof to the other half-hearted post-hardcore comebacks of the last years (looking at you At the Drive-In, Refused and more) that it is possible to still be high-quality and relevant. In fact, in places Hot Snakes’ fourth album is so good, it even puts newer bands who have come up in the meantime to shame.” [Jericho Sirens, 5/5] - The Skinny
“The very definition of kickass” [Jericho Sirens, 4/5] - The Guardian