Watch Video of UN’S Entire Sacramento Performance

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Un announce tour with CHRCH and Body Void

Seattle, WA death-doom legion Un announce new tour dates with Sacramento, CA psychedelic doom giants, CHRCH (Neurot Recordings) and San Francisco crust/doom/sludge trio, Body Void (Dry Cough/Crown & Throne LTD) The tour begins in Seattle, WA on February 17th and will lead Un on a 10 day journey of crushing sonic wreckage.

Un are touring in support of their critically acclaimed, monolithic sophomore album, “Sentiment”, now in its second vinyl pressing via Translation Loss Records. “Sentiment” is the not-to-miss doom album of 2018 and is being heralded as the year’s most crushing release.

Tour dates:
with CHRCH
2/17 – Seattle, WA, Substation
2/18 – Portland, OR, High Water Mark
2/19 – Eugene, OR, Old Nick’s
2/20 – Eureka, CA, Siren’s Song Tavern
2/21 – Sacramento, CA, Blue Lamp

with Body Void
2/22 – Oakland, CA, Elbo Room
2/23 – Los Angeles, CA, 5 Star Bar
2/24 – San Diego, CA, Space Bar
2/25 – Tucson, AZ, Club Congress
2/26 – Phoenix, AZ, The Rouge

Seattle, WA’s UN present their sophomore offering and Translation Loss Records debut of melodic death, doom, and thunderously crushing cosmic soundscapes in the form of Sentiment. UN continues to delve into the somber, brooding realms of tragedy and isolation. A 53-minute monolith of existential doom, deeply exploring the romance and poetry of fragile human existence. The album serves as an emotional follow up to their 2015 debut release, The Tomb of All Things (Blackbow Records).

Produced by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Khemmis, Primitive Man, Cattle Decapitation) and accompanied by stunning artwork courtesy of Cauê Piloto, Sentiment brings forth the most beautiful of explorations in emotion and metal.

“While so many of our contemporaries choose to focus purely on the grim aspects of mortality, Sentiment is meant to serve as a token of gratitude in spite of the struggles of daily life”, guitarist/vocalist Monte McCleery comments. “It is a deeply personal and intimate thing to share your art with the world, and we hope that everyone who holds this album or hears these songs feels like it was written specifically for them.”