Sex-fueled fusion artist William Control and The Neuromantic Boys has announced dates for The Punishment Tour. The tour kicks off in Salt Lake City at Music Garage and wraps up on June 11th in Control's hometown of Seattle. Requiem and Justin Symbol will be providing support. Tickets are available here.
"Since the release of our latest album The Neuromancer in april of last year, we have spent most of our time on tour supporting a band called Combichrist," says Control. "They were so amazing to us and took us all over the world and gave us an audience to play in front of every night. This will be our first headlining tour and we couldn't be more excited about it."
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About William Control:
Producer, writer, engineer, front-man, and rising icon of the majestic fusion of electronic darkwave, industrial goth, new wave punk, and glam rock William Control is a man of many personas and masks.
As lead vocalist for Seattle-based rockers Aiden, William has never been a shy character. The charismatic vocalist’s performance evokes such punk and glam legends as Iggy Pop, David Bowie, and Ian Curtis, while creating a new standard in onstage performance excellence.
As a producer, WILLIAM CONTROL melds together a dark, industrial substratum with strains of new wave sensibility reminiscent of New Order, Bauhaus, Gary Numan, and Depeche Mode.
Finally, as an author, William has released the first of three novels, Revelator: Book 1, which brings to life the nihilistic story of William Control, as told through “Hate Culture”, “Noir”, “Novus Ordo Seclorum”, and “Silentium Amoris”, in 2013.
A man speaking from many perspectives, but all which coalesce in a collective sense of suppressed identity and desires, William Control uses the discordant voices in his head to consummate his varied and seemingly divergent conclusions into a celebratory affirmation of lives and passions living outside of mainstream acceptance. Whether with his voice, his musical styling, or words, he demands validation and recognition for a subculture all but denied existence, and in doing has built a cult-like following of devotees from around the world.