Bio

     Since The Russian White’s formation in June 2011, the Pennsylvania Deathwave act has produced two voyeuristic LPs: The Russian White (June 2015) and The Haunted Beach (October 2019). Their music has been featured by the likes of Industrial Island, Ghost Wave Radio, Subculture Shock, Brutal Resonance, 97.3 WRIR, Y102 Rock Hits, Corksport, Pagoda Pro Wrestling, and many more. 

     In 2015, The Russian White released the well received video single for Fabergé on April 12th 2015 kicking off 13 dates in support of their debut album. Featuring support dates on the Cardigan Records Tour, co-headlining Future Fest and winning an award for Best Electronic band from Elephant Talk Indie Music Magazine. July 3rd 2015 Fabergé landed at #5 on the Hot Top Ten on Little Indie Blogs. 

     In 2016, The Russian White released the video single for Mannequin on January 25th 2016. The band headlined 25 dates on The Lost Glacier Records Tour with support from Impure Reality and The Empty Set. Fan voting saw a second consecutive Best Electronic band award from Elephant Talk Indie Music Magazine.  

     In 2017, The Russian White headlined 19 dates on The Dark Triangle Tour with support from Impure Reality gaining new fans in every city. Once again the band was voted as a finalist for Best Electronic band from Elephant Talk Indie Music Magazine for the third consecutive year. 

     In 2018, The Russian White embarked on 22 dates on The Lost Glacier Records Summer & Fall Tours with support from Sound VVitch on headlining dates. August 2nd, 2018 they supported Julien-K on their California Noir tour. On September 9th, 2018 the band supported Orgy on their Bring Your Army Tour. 

     In 2019, The Russian White was joined by Komrads on The Eternal Séance Tour for 13 dates. On October 13th 2019 The Haunted Beach was released via Lost Glacier Records. Upon release The Haunted Beach hit #1 in cd sales on Bandcamp for best selling goth/alternative. Digital sales landed them at the #2 spot and the band reached #14 in all alternative categories. 

“For me this record could be described as a Abstract Beauty, I really did my best to preserve, and bring out that element.”
-Eric Broyhill mastering engineer at Monsterlab (Deftones, Crosses, Far, Senses Fail)