Earlier this year, Khanate released their first new album in 14 years, To Be Cruel. And now the band have announced their first live performance in 19 years. In 2024, the group will reunite for their first show in nearly two decades at the Roadburn Festival in Tilburg, Netherlands, which will be held April 18-21.
The group said in a statement, “As a collective, Khanate has been silent during our dormancy, but now we will get loud; very loud. We’ll be returning to the stage, to explore tension and the elasticity of time – at Roadburn 2024. Get dead.”
Khanate are also reissuing their first two albums, 2001’s Khanate and 2003’s Things Viral, via Sacred Bones. They’ll be released on orange vinyl and red/black blend vinyl, respectively, on December 1.
Khanate’s To Be Cruel is featured on our list of the 34 Best Albums of 2023 So Far.