BLACK SATELLITE Joins Co-Headliners Cradle of Filth and DevilDriver on the Double Trouble Live Tour

Black Satellite embarks on tour with co-headliners Cradle of Filth and DevilDriver beginning March 8, 2023 in Tempe, AZ. The first leg of the “Double Trouble Live” tour will visit several popular western and southern U.S. markets, coming to an end in Albuquerque, NM on March 26. 

The band shares,“We are beyond thrilled to hit the road on the Double Trouble tour with such legends. We’ll be playing our heaviest set yet and can’t wait to share it with everyone soon!” 

Tickets go on sale this Friday the 13th at 10:00 AM local time. Check local venues and artist homepages for tickets and more information.


Get your tickets now before it’s too late! The second leg is planned for later this year, so stay tuned to learn when this killer bill will be headed to your town.



“Double Trouble Live” 2023 U.S. Co-Headline Tour Dates

w/ Black Satellite & Oni

March 8 – Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre

March 9 – San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park

March 11 – Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory

March 12 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades

March 14 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox

March 17 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot

March 18 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios

March 19 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

March 21 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

March 22 – Dallas, TX @ Amplified Live

March 23 – Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live

March 26 – Albuquerque, NM @ Revel

About Black Satellite: 

Black Satellite is a rock duo from NYC comprised of Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken. Having been writing music together for several years, Black Satellite is the culmination of a deep-rooted partnership contributing to their unified writing style. 

Shortly after launching their first single “Valkyrie” from their full-length album Endless, Black Satellite was requested as support for Starset at NYC’s Gramercy Theatre on the strength of their debut.

Billboard describes the album as “the end point one might arrive at after listening to all

of Muse’s catalog and deciding they just weren’t epic enough.”

Black Satellite was named one of Alternative Press’ “12 Bands You Need to Know” in a

print issue of the magazine. They subsequently released two cover songs paying tribute

to Type O Negative, which charted on metal radio.

The band recently concluded writing and recording their sophomore record, Aftermath,

mixed by veteran producer Ben Grosse (Marilyn Manson, Filter, Breaking Benjamin).

Release date to be announced. Their single “Void” is the first taste of the brand new 

album. Knotfest commenting on the track: “the first single offers a glimpse into the bold, 

stylishly dark sound that has made the duo of Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken such a 

promising prospect.”

In 2021, they released a cover of Rammstein’s “Sonne” to critical acclaim with Revolver 

Magazine describing the track as “a masterclass in metal covers.”

Black Satellite completed back-to-back tours as direct support for John 5, Fozzy, 

and Nita Strauss in Fall/Winter 2021/2022, with additional appearances at Metal In The 

Mountains Fest and Blue Ridge Rock Fest. Black Satellite also toured supporting Cold 

and Sumo Cyco in Spring/Summer 2022. The band joins the Double Trouble Live Tour with

co-headliners Cradle of Filth and DevilDriver starting March 3, 2023.

Press says…

“New York City-based duo Black Satellite has unabashed, big-time arena-rock aspirations.” – Billboard

“Black Satellite has this strength in their music that stirs up feelings of hope even in the most of haunting places.” – The Huffington Post

“…a rock band beyond definition…” – idobi Radio

“Damn, there is something good happening in the New York Alt-rock scene these days, and the latest example is Black Satellite.” – RARA’s Farm

“…Larissa’s blow-your-mind talent and her badassery for going beyond the “female-fronted” label.” – Raw Femme

Photo Credit: Chris Owyoung

The band is available for interviews. Contact Maria Ferrero.

Black Satellite online:

Black Satellite (@blacksatellite) • Instagram photos and videos

Black Satellite | Facebook

Black Satellite (@BlackSatellite) / Twitter

Black Satellite – YouTube