Joining LITTLE MISS NASTY on direct support are GINA AND THE EASTERN BLOCK (aka GATEB), celebrated for their raucous and nasty Strip Club anthems, including their darkly luscious cover of KORN’s “Freak On A Leash” ft. Heidi Shepherd of Butcher Babies. GATEB released a sumptuously dark cover of the Donovan classic “Season Of The Witch” in late 2022. The band’s latest single is the trip hop laced with NYHC track “Choke On My Dick”.

Launching April 25th at Fulton 55 in Fresno, the SEX METAL CIRCUS TOUR 2023 travels through the West Coast and West Central US before winding through Texas and back into California, wrapping up May 14th at Jolenes in San Francisco.

Tour Dates:
04/25 @ Fulton 55 – Fresno, CA
04/27 @ Star Theater – Portland, OR
04/28 @ El Corazon – Seattle, WA
04/29 @ Cruisers – Post Falls, ID
05/01 @ Metro Music Hall – Salt Lake City, UT
05/03 @ Sunshine Studios – Colorado Springs, CO
05/04 @ The Wave – Wichita, KS
05/05 @ Big Rob’s – Dallas, TX
05/06 @ Scout Bar – Houston, TX
05/07 @ Deadhorse – San Angelo, TX
05/09 @ TBA
05/10 @ Holding Co. – San Diego, CA
05/11 @ Viper Room – Los Angeles, CA
05/12 @ Area 15 – Las Vegas, NV *
05/13 @ Harvelle’s – Long Beach, CA *
05/14 @ Jolenes – San Francisco, CA *

Straight from sold out residences in Las Vegas, LA and NYC, prepare for a sensually charged evening “off the leash” with the seductive global icons of dark performance art and rock and metal burlesque – Little Miss Nasty! It’ll be an electrifying spectacle of dancers, performers, and over-the-top visuals. Little Miss Nasty are the innovators and iconic pioneers of Rock and Metal Burlesque. The Little Miss Nasty live experience is a professionally choreographed production featuring some of the entertainment industry’s best dancers, aerialists, vocalists and contortionists. The show is full of over-the-top visuals and blazingly cool music from Korn, Slipknot, NIN, Rob Zombie, RATM, IC3PEAK and others along with surprises that leave jaws on the floor and memories fired up. Little Miss Nasty delivers an overwhelmingly powerful experience that inspires and defies genre because Little Miss Nasty IS the genre. You have permission to be your Nasty, authentic self!

Meet Raven Black.

Raven was reborn again, but lost in a world she didn’t fit into. LOST in her own journey hidden behind an innocent smile. Decades of inner turmoil and suffering, she finally let go and took her journey into the darkness with vigilance. She would be found and no one will stop her from reaching the sky from the underground.

RAVEN BLACK blazed onto the scene with the release of their first single, “Died Inside,” and a sold out show at the legendary Roxy Theater on September 7, 2013. They continued to work in the studio and released their first EP, Midnight Dreary, in June 2014, successfully packing the house at the famous Viper Room.

In October 2014, the band revamped their line-up and began working with Grammy Nominated Producer Ulrich Wild (ROB ZOMBIE, WHITE ZOMBIE, ALICE IN CHAINS, BREAKING BENJAMIN, PANTERA, SEETHER, DEATHKLOK, OTEP, and more) on their new album. They then spent the next two years writing and releasing their single, “Seven Sins,” in April 2016 with the EP, Seven Sins, September 2016.

Raven Black played the Corona Hell and Heaven Festival in Mexico City, Mexico, July 2016, alongside such headliners as RAMMSTEIN, TWISTED SISTER, GHOST, Five Finger Death Punch, MUSHROOMHEAD, SEPULTURA, ALIEN ANT FARM, and many others. They wrapped up 2016 playing DirtFest in Michigan sharing the stage with headliners KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ASKING ALEXANDRIA, HATEBREED, ATTILA, BORN OF OSIRIS, and others.

The band released their first official EP with the new line up, Seven Sins, on September 29, 2016, before joining MUSHROOMHEAD, SUNFLOWER DEAD, UNSAID FATE, and DEATH DIVISION on MUSHROOMHEAD’s Annual Halloween Tour.

2017 started very busy for RAVEN BLACK as they headed to Cleveland, OH to film their new music video, “Twinkle Twinkle Little Scars,” with MonoBloc’s Josh Apple and Andrew Sparks. Premiered on Revolver Magazine on April 13, 2017, “Twinkle Twinkle Little Scars” is a miniature horror version of their already theatrical presence in the metal community. “We wanted to have some blood in this one,” says Raven.