An alternative metal/rock supergroup, Tomahawk is riding high on the success of its latest album “Oddfellows” and is currently on a tour. The band recently wrapped up its West Coast tour and on popular demand, is now hitting the Eastern side of the US. Having announced a string of dates, Tomahawk tickets for the upcoming concerts are selling out fast. Get your tickets now and enjoy the band’s heavy instrumentation and infectious compositions live
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Formed in 2000 by Mike Patton, the multi instrumentalist and vocalist of the popular band Faith No More, Tomahawk has so far released four albums, latest one of which hit the shelves in 2013. While Patton was on tour with his former band Mr. Bungle, he met Duane Denison, a guitarist from The Jesus Lizard fame, an alternative rock ensemble. The two started sharing their music, jammed together in concerts and eventually decided to release an album under the name Tomahawk. The album came out in 2001 and was produced by Joe Funderburk. It made it to the US Independent Albums chart, reaching 20th spot and on Top Heatseekers was placed at number 31. The record was critically acclaimed and lauded for its versatility. Patton was praised for his exemplary vocals as well as the wit and style that the lyrics offered.
For their second album, the duo recruited the ace drummer John Stanier of Helmet fame and Trevor Dunn, the bass guitarist. Titled ‘Mit Gas’, it was released in 2003 and besides making it to the US music charts, also found fame in Australia and Norway. Spawning hits like ‘Rape This Day’ and ‘You Can’t Win’, the album was considered a top-notch effort by the critics, with tracks defined as "slick and pristine". In 2007, Tomahawk came out with ‘Anonymous’ and with its collection of ingenious numbers, the album reached number two position on the Heatseekers. It produced popular numbers like ‘War Song’, ‘Sun Dance’, ‘Song of Victory’ and ‘Ghost Dance’. Using a more artistic approach, the band picked up elements and beats from the Native American music to come up with sounds that are rather evocative.
Tomahawk treated the fans with its latest album in 2013 and Oddfellows has been declared their best effort so far. UK Rock charts ranked the record at number sixteen and it has impressed the critics as well. The singles that gained prominence are ‘Stone Letter’, ‘IOU’ and ‘White Hats/Black Hats’. Termed as a ‘welcome return to form’, the album offers an eclectic mix that’s enjoyable and completely refreshing. The band has kick started a tour in support of the album and will be setting the arenas ablaze in numerous cities. Those who’ve previously attended their concerts know that the team of Patton, Denison, Dunn and Stanier always puts up a spectacular show. They engage the crowd, get them on their feet and urge them to sing along. It’s a sight to see with thousands of fans singing with Patton and clapping their hands to the beats. Tomahawk is all charged up for its tour and promises to show the fans a great time. All you need to do is buy Tomahawk tickets and leave the rest to the quartet. They will make it worth your while and money.
Tomahawk Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Tomahawk tickets is $18. The date and location for this event is 7-Apr-18 at Cambria County War Memorial Arena, Johnstown. The minimum get-in price for Tomahawk tickets is $18.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Johnstown Tomahawks vs. Philadelphia Rebels||Johnstown||7-Apr-18||$18||$18|
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