Scattered Hamlet, the Honky tonk metal road warriors are pleased to announce a summer US tour to continue supporting their new album “Swamp Rebel Machine.”  With strong critical praise from press and Billboard Heatseeker Chart status, the album has spawned the singles and videos for “Swamp Rebel Machine” and “White Trash” capturing the essence of the band’s unapologetic and unique style.  The summer tour will feature a festival appearance at Wisconsin’s Rock Fest XVIIScattered Hamlet will appear at Rockfest July 14, 2017 along with ClutchTom KeiferTexas Hippie Coalition and Avenged Sevenfold.
Swamp Rebel Machine” is a culmination of the exact album the band wanted to release.  According to frontman Adam Joad, “A lot of industry types wanted us to just recreate another generic radio rock band and that just wasn’t us.”  He continued, “It was a risk and it paid off, the album did great and quite of few of the tunes ended up doing decent in a shit ton of radio markets… I’ve been saying it for years, people don’t like safe music, that’s never been what rock music is about.”
The honky tonk metal sound and attitude has been spreading with WCPW British professional wrestler, Dave Mastiff, now using the band’s tune “Shelter” as his intro music.

Shotguns, beer kegs, smoking guitars, deer skulls, Old Crow whiskey, Les Pauls and Marshalls, if this is your kind of thing make sure to catch Scattered Hamlet at one of the following dates:

Live Free or Die Tour:
July 7 Saint Clair PA (Coal Mine Tap Room)
July 8 Clay, WV (Elk River Festival)
July 12 Braidwood, IL ( Top Fuel Saloon)
July 13 Green Bay, WI (Lyric Room)
July 14 Cadott, WI Rockfest!!
July 15 Wausau, WI (Polack Inn)
July 18 Sioux Falls, SD (Bigs Bar)
July 19 Wichita, KS (Elbow Room)
July 21 Gallup, NM (Juggernaut Music)
July 22 Las Vegas, NV (Adrenaline)
July 23 Hollywood, CA (Viper Room)
July 25 (SoCal Special Appearance)
July 26 Phoenix, AZ (The Blooze)
July 28 Oklahoma City, OK (Thunder Alley)
July 29 San Antonio, TX (Wax)
July 30 Forth Worth, TX (Rail Club)
White Trash:
Swamp Rebel Machine:
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