Still in support of their Sensory Overload EP, Northern California’s APOTHESARY are back with another round of tour dates and a new promo video clip. The video, for the song “Elizabeth”, is Apothesary’s first attempt at doing a proper promo clip and has an interesting concept behind it.
Last summer Apothesary toured across parts of the US playing shows alongside American Head Charge, Motograter, Soil and Psycroptic, building up awareness and support for Sensory Overload. Since guitarist Clayton Cagle has been busy moonlighting by performing nonstop with his other band, Bay Area thrashers Hatchet. Now with a break in the Hatchet schedule new Apothesary shows were booked for the Southwest in April.
4/2 – Black Light Lounge - Long Beach, CA
4/4 – Juggernaut – Gallup, NM
4/5 – House of Rock - El Paso, TX
4/7 – The Lost Wall – Austin, TX
4/9 – Thunder Alley - Oklahoma City, OK
4/10 – Riot Room (outside) - Kansas City, MO
4/12 – Mesa Theater - Grand Junction, CO
4/14 – Jub Jub’s – Reno, NV
4/15 – Appleton Bar & Grill – Watsonville, CA
4/16 – Codeword SF - San Francisco, CA
Nor Cal’s Apothesary is a young band, average age 21, who started making music as 14-year-old friends blending their influences into something they could call their own. Instead of just hanging out in the garage and dreaming about the possibilities, these teens started releasing independent CDs and touring the country on DIY-booked tours spreading their name by playing shows with Killswitch Engage, Dark Tranquillity, Fear Factory, Dying Fetus, Helloween, Suffocation, Warbringer and As I Lay Dying and networking with no fear in summer breaks between school.