Hailing from the colorful and music inspired streets of Minneapolis, Minnesota comes the unique blend of Metal/Rock/Industrial that is Gabriel And The Apocalypse. The band delivers a fierce yet beautiful array of female fronted aggression that will give their predecessors a run for their money.
The brainchild of vocalist Lindy Gabriel, Gabriel And The Apocalypse independently put out 2 releases which were backed by numerous national support tours around the United States. Their intense and professional style videos also paved the way for the group to become an underground sensation.
It was this self-produced success that led GATA to ink a deal with Pavement Entertainment to which they immediately began work on their new album “The Ghost Parade”. This new release is sure to propel the band to new heights with major worldwide distribution and exposure.
According to Lindy, “The Ghost Parade” is a concept record that brings you on a music roller coaster ride. From in your face songs like “March of the Dolls” to stripped down emotional songs like” Behind the Sun”, this record still maintains a taste of the usual GATA anthems on politics and world issues but as a whole it is more personal. I feel as a writer and lyricist it is more abstract & poetic. I feel more exposed and vulnerable. It’s honest. It flows and twists through different waves and moods from beginning to end.
The new album The Ghost Parade was recently released featuring the single “Beauty Under Glass”.
To support the album’s release, GATA will head out on tour next month with horror rock favorite Wednesday 13 and Once Human. The tour kicks off on June 16th at Metro Music Hall in Salt Lake City, UT and runs through the end of July. The group plans on a heavy and extensive touring cycle to follow.
6/16 Salt Lake City, UT Metro Music Hall
6/17 Colorado Springs, CO Sunshine Studios
6/18 Denver, CO Marquis Theater
6/20 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad
6/21 Gallup, NM Juggernaut Music
6/22 Flagstaff, AZ Green Room
6/23 Las Vegas, NV Club Vampd
6/24 Fresno, CA Fulton 55
6/25 West Hollywood, CA Whisky A Go Go
6/27 San Diego, CA Brick By Brick
6/28 Mesa, AZ Club Red
6/30 Abilene, TX My Place
7/1 San Antonio, TX Paper Tiger
7/2 Austin, TX Grizzly Hall
7/4 New Orleans, LA Southport Music Hall
7/5 Houston, TX Scout Bar
7/6 Dallas, TX Trees
7/7 Tulsa, OK The Vanguard
7/8 Oklahoma City, OK Thunder Alley
7/10 Valparaiso, IN Big Shots
7/11 Indianapolis, IN Emerson Theater
7/12 St. Louis, MO Fubar
7/13 Berwyn, IL The Wire
7/14 Des Moines, IA Lefty’s
7/15 St. Paul, MN Amsterdam Bar & Hall
7/16 Sioux Falls, SD Bigs Bar
7/17 Minot, ND The ‘O’riginal Bar and Nightclub
7/18 Winnipeg, CANADA Pyramid Cabaret
7/20 Edmonton, CANADA Starlite Room
7/21 Calgary, CANADA Dickens
7/22 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theatre
7/23 Seattle, WA Studio Seven