This female-fronted tour is sure to be one of the most talked about happening this spring, and it comes to New York City on March 31.
The show will be held at The Studio at Webster Hall, an intimate venue in the heart of Manhattan's lower east side.
A true DIY success story, One-Eyed Doll has been sweeping the nation since early 2011 with a memorable live show that is regularly called one of the most captivating and interesting performances of recent times.
Adored by fans and press alike, within the past two years the band has landed direct support slots for Orgy, Mushroomhead, Cold and Peelander Z. They’ve also supported Static X and the upcoming tour marks their third run with Otep.
One-Eyed Doll recently released a music video for their song “Committed” which has since gained nearly 180,000 plays.
The eerie video was directed by Patrick Kendall [Megadeth, Incubus, Theory of a Deadman] and debuted with Artix Entertainment and Revolver Magazine.
“Committed” is the lead song and title-track off One-Eyed Doll’s forthcoming album, Committed.
Committed will be the band’s fifth independently released album. Produced by multi-platinum, Grammy award-winning producer Sylvia Massy [Tool, Johnny Cash, Prince, The Red Hot Chili Peppers], Committed offers eleven hard-rocking tracks with addictive melodies, soulful, thought-provoking lyrics and chilling harmonies.
As 2013 brings the announcements of a breathtaking new album, a memorable tour and drummer Jason Sewell “Junior” signing on with Crush Drums, this is sure to be an exciting year of opportunities for One-Eyed Doll.
As for Otep, the band released Hydra on Jan. 22, to excellent reviews.