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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Buffalo Killers new album and tour dates



BUFFALO KILLERS new album
"DIG. SOW. LOVE. GROW." out on CD, VINYL & Download
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
Oct. 2 @ 20th Century Theatre – Cincinnati, OH w/The Sheepdogs
Oct. 4 @ Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH w/The Sheepdogs
Oct. 5 @ The Shelter – Detroit, M w/The Sheepdogs
Oct. 6 @ Double Door – Chicago, IL w/The Sheepdogs
Oct. 7 @ 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN w/The Sheepdogs
Nov 2 @ Mercury Lounge – New York, NY w/Hollis Brown
Nov 3 @ Metro Kitchen – Annapolis MD w/Hollis Brown
Nov 4 @ Milkboy – Philadelphia, PA w/Hollis Brown
Nov 15 @ Radio Radio – Indianapolis, IN w/Hollis Brown

Buffalo Killers sound just as American as their name. Brothers Zachary and Andrew Gabbard, plus Joseph Sebaali, bring the full-force blues rock. “Get It,” off "Dig. Sow. Love. Grow"., is gritty, loud and will no doubt beg the comparison to a handful of contemporary blues-rock bands like former tourmates the Black Keys and the North Mississippi Allstars. – Magnet
"Dig. Sow. Love. Grow." isn’t just another retro-sounding album that mimics bands of yesteryear. It’s a raw, real and commanding sound forged from grit that is as wide and expansive as the western plains, and is as mighty as it’s namesake. – Marquee Magazine
An organic summer stoner sound that's at once familiar and fresh.– Shindig!
They may not hail from the depths of Dixie, but Ohio-based beardy trio Buffalo Killers' roots stretch down to Kentucky, and they embody the sun-soaked south – not only in the hazy twangs of their 70s-style grooves, but also in their laid-back livin' and organic approach to music.– Classic Rock

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