Shaman’s Harvest Premiere “Here It Comes” Music Video

Shaman’s Harvest have premiered a new video for their song “Here It Comes,” via Loudwire. This song is from the band’s latest album, “Smokin’ Hearts & Broken Guns,” which is available now.

Nathan Hunt said the following:

“‘Here It Comes’ was the first song written for our record. We’ve played it more than a thousand times live. When the idea was brought to us to release it as an upcoming single, honestly we were hesitant. Strictly based on it being the oldest in the collection. But what Simian Design did in realizing the tune to visual, gave us all a much needed shot of fuck yeah. This is our best video to date, shot in some spots with some weighty vibe. We love the way this came out.”

Shaman’s Harvest Announce 2016 Tour With Aranda, & Failure Anthem

Shaman’s Harvest have announced a U.S. headlining tour. The band will also be joined by special guests Aranda, and Failure Anthem.


Tour Dates:

3/17 Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room
3/18 Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre
3/19 Green Bay, WI @ The Sandlot Entertainment Complex
3/20 Chipewwa Falls, WI @ Every Buddy’s Bar
3/23 Flint, MI, @ Machine Shop (no Aranda)
3/24 Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar (no Aranda)
3/25 Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club (no Aranda)
3/28 Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon (no Aranda)
3/29 Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street (no Aranda)
3/31 Salisbury, MD @ Headquarters (no Aranda)
4/01 Huntington, WV @ V Club
4/02 Winchester, VA @ Blue Fox
4/03 Wilmington, NC @ Ziggy’s
4/06 Braidwood, IL @ Top Fuel Saloon
4/07 Racine, WI @ Route 22 Outhouse
4/08 Dubuque, IA @ Mystique Casino
4/09 Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
4/11 Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
4/12 Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s Backroom
4/14 Tyler, TX @ Click’s Live
4/15 Dallas, TX @ Trees
4/16 Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
4/19 Johnson City, TN @ Capone’s
4/20 Clarksville, TN @ Warehouse Live
5/20 Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note (no Aranda)

Concert Review: Theory Of A Deadman Rocks Santa Cruz, CA

Last night (June 22), I attended the Theory Of A Deadman concert at The Catalyst, in Santa Cruz, CA. The band opened up with the hard rocking track “Panic Room,” from their latest album Savages, and then proceeded to play songs spanning their whole career.


Fans went crazy when the band played older hits like “Santa Monica,” and “No Surprise,” from their Gasoline album. The crowd also really responded to the several newer songs that they played including: “Drown,” “Angel,” and the Savages title track.


The highlights of the night came in the form of “Bad Girlfriend,” and “Hate My Life,” both from the Scars & Souvenirs album. These fan favorites really got the crowd moving/singing, and helped solidify the set list.


As for the opening act, Shaman’s Harvest, they brought their own brand of southern rock to the show. They were a great opening act, and are defiantly worth checking out. Highlights from their set include their performances of “Dragonfly,” “Danger,” and “Country As Fuck.”