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Snails announces Phase 2 of The Shell tour, with more dates and support

With a recent announcement of The Shell tour and a forthcoming album, Montreal-based king of vomitstep Snails is back again, this time with even bigger news – Phase 2 of the tour is happening! Now announcing that the tour has expanded to a ton of new dates & locations with even more bass heavy support, Snails is ready to hit the streets with some of the best names in bass and a brand new stage design aptly dubbed “The Shell”. This is sure to be the biggest tour of this young artist’s career to-date.

Previously having only announced four stops on for his massive new production, Snails has now added over 25 more across the US and Canada. The massive new production and stage design will premiere at his annual Red Rocks show, Slugtopia. Following Slugtopia the tour heads all over the Midwest, Canada, and the East Coast. With his insane summer festival run just ending, Snails is proving that his train was only gaining steam and he’s now ready to go full speed ahead.

Snails has shown even further that he’s a force to be reckoned with, with his amazing Phase 2 lineup of support adding to a bill that was already heavy with some of bass music’s biggest names. With the addition of Funtcase, Spag Heddy, and a host of other amazing bass artists, the tour is ready to blast 150 Watts of bass into every attendee’s chest.

Snails; Photo Credit: Billboard.com
Kannibalen Record’s Snails has wasted no time growing a name for himself in the bass music community. He is the self-proclaimed creator of “Vomitstep”; a fusion of Hip-hop rhythms, unique synths, and deep bass. Since his tracks first surfaced online in 2012, he’s wasted no time amassing his following of “Snail-heads” with tracks like “Funk With Me”, “Frog Bass”, and the recently released “Into the Light”.
Check out tickets and stops on his tour at his website:

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