San Jose, CA—Experimental Hip-Hop artist Kung Fu Vampire is set to hit the road to promote one of the most highly anticipated albums in the underground “Love Bites” with a massive 40 date tour. Kung Fu Vampire, who’s performances include a full band hit the touring circuit in 2010 with Psychopathic Records artists Twiztid on their “Slaugtherhouse” tour and has since performed along with the likes of legends like Tech N9ne, Xzibit and too many more to list, not to forget that he has also performed for Hugh and the Bunnies at The Playboy Mansion. He recently made a cameo on E-40′s “Zombie” music video featuring Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch which boasts half a million views on YouTube in just 3 months. Also this past year Kung Fu Vampire’s hit single “Dead Girls Don’t Say No” was featured in The movie “Mother’s Day” directed by Darren Bousman (Saw,2,3,4). With the buzz and anticipation brewing from his new album, the “Love Bites” tour looks to be one of the biggest runs in the underground to date and starts booking today!
Also joining Kung Fu Vampire on this tour will be Mad Insanity Records label mate Mars and former Strange Music artist Liquid Assassin. Mars who MTV once called “The most controversial artist in America” got his big break when Psychopathic Records added his single to their “Tunnel Runners” compilation and invited the young artist to tour with Insane Clown Posse instantly making him a favorite to the Juggalo crowd. Liquid Assassin was signed to Strange Music with his group Graveplott in 2008 and quickly made him a star when he collaborated with Tech N9ne on the song “Psycho Bitch 2″ on his “Killer” album. The “Love Bites” tour will be sinking it’s teeth into the United States this fall and spreading the dark sounds of Gothic Hip-Hop to a city near you!
We are looking to fill dates. Please get back to us ASAP at this email address:BOOKING@KUNGFUVAMPIRE.COM