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Perhaps announce 2013 USA Tour (Part One)

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Topic: Perhaps announce 2013 USA Tour (Part One)
Posted By: perhaps
Subject: Perhaps announce 2013 USA Tour (Part One)
Date Posted: January 28 2013 at 18:39

Here it is folks. The dates of the first Perhaps tour of 2013. We have more shows in the works and we'll be sure to keep you posted. 

2/9: Allston, MA @ O'briens w/ King Orchid, Sand Reckoner, & Maid Myriad" rel="nofollow - New Haven, CT @ Cafe 9 w/ Ovlov & Wess Meets West

2/21: Brooklyn, NY @ The Place w/ Noxious Foxes, Vasudeva, & No Grave Like the Sea" rel="nofollow -
Here's what some reviewers are saying about PERHAPS debut album, Volume One:

"Mind-blowingly awesome."
-The Math Rock Blog" rel="nofollow - http://-Cesar Inca" rel="nofollow -

"A demonstration in the possibilities of prog rock." 
-Dan Goldin" rel="nofollow - http://-Darryl Weppler" rel="nofollow -

"The Bostonian trio known as PERHAPS is definitely one of the more interesting new acts I've had the pleasure of listening to recently. Their music is definitely something that should be experienced by fans of complex and jam-oriented experimental rock music."
-Jeff Barlow" rel="nofollow -

"With one of the most acclaimed and momentous Math Rock albums to be released this year, PERHAPS have created a dense and complex first impression. "Volume One" is a wild ride with a bouquet of gifts for the patient listener. PERHAPS have established themselves as a band with seemingly limitless potential."
-Conor Fynes" rel="nofollow -

" `Volume One' by PERHAPS has rapidly been picking up a lot of attention in a short time from Prog appreciators, and without a doubt it's one of the most exhausting, maddening and totally schizophrenic releases in some time! One minute it's a psych heavy fusion jam, then experimental hard krautrock, tuneless aggressive noisy dark jazz and menacing cinematic post-rock. Full of lovely fluid grumbling bass, psychotic but tight drumming and manic finger-plucking electric guitar runs, it makes for an astounding and exhilarating piece of instrumental music that reminds us just how good and truly progressive, original and still surprising this genre can be when done well."
-Kev Rowland" rel="nofollow -

"A phenomenal 38-continuous minutes of arguably the most exciting and visceral instrumental mayhem heard in recent years."
-Matt Zetts" rel="nofollow -" rel="nofollow - http://

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