Yenra : Music : Wolfmother : Acclaimed Australian hard rock metal band announces American club tour dates in April followed by album release in May


NME called Wolfmother Australia's Best New Band and UK broadcaster Zane Lowe recently featured them as Best Record In The World on his BBC radio show.

In America, the Sydney based trio (L-R above: Myles Heskett, Andrew Stockdale, Chris Ross) landed a high-profile feature on MTV's influential You Heard It First program plus a full page feature in the Sunday edition of the Los Angeles Times that declared them liberating, exciting, and raw. The praise followed massively packed sold-out shows earlier this month in New York and Los Angeles.

Back in Australia, Wolfmother cemented their status as 2006's preeminent masters of rock by cleaning up in the annual Readers' and Critics' poll of Australian Rolling Stone. In addition having their self-titled, double platinum selling debut album top the magazine's Readers' list, Wolf mother was named Best Band, Best Rock Artist, Best New Artist, and Best Hard Rock/Metal Band.

The group has just confirmed performances at the Coachella and Sasquatch festivals this Spring and they are also announcing another run of headlining club dates through early April.

Their self-titled debut LP will be released in the U.S. on May 2.

North American clubs where Wolfmother will headline:

Sat Apr 01 - San Francisco
Bottom Of The Hill

Mon Apr 03 - Toronto

Tue Apr 04 - Toronto
The Phoenix

Thu Apr 06 - Detroit

Fri Apr 07 - Cleveland

Sat Apr 08 - Philadelphia
North Star

Tue Apr 11 - New York City
Bowery Ballroom

Wed Apr 12 - Baltimore

Fri Apr 14 - Atlanta
Drunken Unicorn

Sat Apr 29 - California
Coachella Festival

Fri May 26 - near Seattle
Sasquatch Festival