Buffalo Heavies BUNGLER to Embark on May U.S. Tour with Turncoat

 

Buffalo, NY’s hardcore heavies BUNGLER will embark on a U.S. Tour in May with Michigan Punks TURNCOAT. Tour dates are as follows:
5.11  Syracuse, NY @ TBA
5.12  Corning, NY @ Lando’s
5.13  Manchester, NH @ Bungalow
5.15  New York City, NY @ Webster Hall
5.16  Philadelphia, PA @ W Kingston Ministry
5.17  Norfolk, VA @ Charlie’s American Cafe
5.18  Florence, SC @ Livewire
5.19  Nashville, TN @ That 70’s House
5.20  Fort Wayne, IN  @ TBA
5.21  Delaware, OH @ The Fort
BUNGLER released its Innerstrength Records debut The Nature of Being New on March 3, 2017. Visit the following link to stream and order it:  https://innerstrengthrecords.bandcamp.com/album/bungler-the-nature-of-being-new
The band previously released an official video for new song “Double Glare.”  The video was shot by Mitch Riter and edited by Errick Easterday. Check it out at this location.
The Nature of Being New is a 12-song example of BUNGLER playing what they feel and not caring what anyone thinks, looking to pass right through any genre-barrier erected in the ears of new listeners. Continuing its road warrior tradition, the band plans to tour anywhere and everywhere, demonstrating to audience members in person just how Buffalo gets down!

 

Bungler

BIO
Bungler is a three-piece band from Buffalo, NY that’s been inspired by chaotic metalcore and punk rooted ethics. Since 2014 they have prided themselves on keeping their music and their message as real as possible. Touring constantly for over two years and still full of drive, they’ve shared the stage with a variety of acts such as Great American Ghost, Darke Complex, Until We Are Ghosts, and Yüth Forever both across the US and Canada. Often the “odd dog” on the bill, Bungler truly leaves their mark on enjoying their shows and exposing their raw energy no matter what genre or type of concert. Knowing how important a live set is to a band, they make sure their sets showcase how chaotic and sporadic their music is. Their two latest releases Never Grows and There’s No Setting Sun Where We Are were both self-released and brought the band new fans spanning all genres.

 

 

 

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