MINDFLOW “With Bare Hands” Now Available Plus Tour Info

On the heels of their latest release “With Bare Hands” Brazilian rockers MINDFLOW have lined up North American tour dates with classic rock legends UFO.  The first leg of the tour kicks off on May 5th in Farmingdale, NY and runs through May 22nd in Akron, OH.  A second West Coast leg has been scheduled for September with more dates to be confirmed shortly.


5/5: Farmingdale, NY @ Crazy Donkey

5/6: Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance

5/7: West Springfield, VA @ Jaxx

5/9: Pittsburgh, PA @ The Altar

5/10: New Hope, PA @ Havana

5/11: Baltimore, MD @  Bourbon Street

5/13: New York, NY @ B.B. Kings

5/14: Foxboro (Boston), MA @ The Showcase Live

5/17: Dayton, OH @ McGuffys House of Rock

5/18: Milwaukee, WI @ Shank Hall

5/20: Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues

5/21: Chicago/St. Charles, IL @ The Arcada Theatre

5/22: Akron, OH @ The Tangier

9/15: Santa Rosa, CA @ Last Day Saloon

9/16: Sacramento/Orangevale, CA @ Boardwalk

9/17: Santa Clara, CA @ Avalon

9/23: Las Vegas, NV @ Boulder Station Casino

9/24: Los Angeles, CA @The Key Club

Guitarist Rodrigo Hidlalgo had the following to say about the upcoming tour,MINDFLOW couldn’t be more excited about our upcoming USA tour supporting one of our all time favorite bands “UFO”.   It’s a dream for us to share the stage with them, and what a better place to kick off the tour than in New York on May 5th at The Crazy Donkey.”

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Their new album produced by Ben Grosse (Marilyn Manson, Megadeth, Slipknot, Disturbed, etc.), entitled “With Bare Hands” combines the best of both these newer albums and showcases the band’s progression into a top-notch musical entity.   It serves as a testament to the band’s ability to keep themselves relevant while refusing to compromise their musical style and taste.  On songs like “Break me Out” which opens the album, the vocals lead the song, but the subtle instrumentation and mix showcase the band’s ability to use substance and style to put a song over while so many other bands have to depend on sheer volume to accomplish the same thing.     On “Breakthrough” and the title track, “With Bare Hands” the band’s pop, almost commercial abilities create hook-laden and riff-laden potential radio singles.  And yet the band’s hard rocking rhythm section never ceases to be the thread that holds all the songs on the album together no matter how different they each may seem on the surface.  “Thrust Into This Game” pays homage to the band’s hardcore influences taking old school metal instrumental and vocal stylings into the modern day.  This track showcases the individual band members’ mastery of their respective instruments as the rhythm section pushes it to the brink of exploding while the guitar leads are flashy without being overdone. If there were one word to describe the band’s approach to its songwriting and playing it would have to be “tasteful.” They don’t depend on showy instrumentation because their natural abilities are enough just as they are.

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