DEEP CROSSOVER HITS
For more than a quarter of a century, Clawfinger have belonged to the first league of the international crossover scene. With their hits they shaped the scene from the beginning like hardly any other band. The debut album "Deaf Dumb Blind" from 1993 became a worldwide success with titles like "Nigger", "The Truth" or "Warfair" and is still considered a trend-setting milestone today. Now the Swedish-Norwegian genre pioneers are coming to Switzerland once again with their "Deafer Dumber Blinders" tour to celebrate the album in its full length - together with other selected songs from their glorious career
They are something like the profound hit factory of the crossover scene and have long had cult status. Not only musically, but also lyrically, because Clawfinger created at the beginning of the 90s with their mix of metal, rap and electronic elements not only a fresh musical style, but addressed in their songs socially critical and unembellished red-hot grievances: Clawfinger succeeded in speaking from the soul of an entire generation. In 2018, their cult album "Deaf Dumb Blind" celebrated its 25th birthday and the band decided to go on tour with it and present the whole album live. This obviously made them want to do more. And so Clawfinger will come to Switzerland once again in 2020 with their "Deafer Dumber Blinders" program.
After a few years in which it had become quite quiet around Clawfinger, the Scandinavians came back with a real bang: "We took a quick coffee break, and snap, 25 years have passed since our debut album Deaf Dumb Blind," says singer Zak Tell in his usual humorous way. "If that's not a reason to celebrate, then I don't know what is. So we've decided to play it in full at some clubs in cities we've always liked. So if you want to see some men in their prime with an album they wrote when they were young, come on over. Our party, is your party and it's not possible without you guys anyway."
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