Harakiri for The Sky – Romanian Tour 2019

atmospheric post-rock from Austria
Founded in 2011 in Vienna, Austria, the aim of Harakiri For The Sky has always been to create a unique mixture of melancholy and aggression, madness and meaning, and wrapped in alternately manic/mellow songs that bridged black metal and atmospheric post-rock. The band was initially begun as a studio project by erstwhile Bifröst member M. S. joined by vocalist/lyricist J. J., and has recently been expanded to a live lineup.
With that lineup secured, Harakiri for the Sky then embarked upon a lot successful European tours with the likes of A Forest of Stars, Der Weg Einer Freiheit, Dool, Sylvaine, Fäulnis, Ellende , Draconian and Agrypnie among others, encompassing over 25 countries to date.
If you missed the guys, they’re going back to Romania in 2019 in 4 different cities:

 

16.05.2019 – Capcana Club, Timisoara

17.05.2019 – Flying Circus, Cluj-Napoca

18.05.2019 – Rock’N’Iasi

19.05.2019 – Quantic Club, Bucuresti

You can listen their latest album here 

This tour is presented by Cavalleria Events.

 

 

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