Pennsylvanian hardcore outfit CDC have announced a string of Spring tour dates in support of their recently released EP, End. The band will be delivering beatdowns across the East Coast and Puerto Rico starting April 2. The tour will include an appearance at Southern Beast Fest in Jacksonville, Florida, alongside Cro-Mags, Earth Crisis and others. You can check out the touring schedule after the break, along with a stream of End.
Following a two-year hiatus, Ohioan tech death outfit Locusta have announced a new string of East Coast tour dates to commence this spring. The band is currently putting the finishing touches on their new album, which is slated to be released later this year. A new EP entitled Dendromorphosis will be available at all upcoming shows. On the upcoming tour and new material, the band comments:
“We’re looking forward to hitting the road again after such an agonizingly long break from touring and to what we’re anticipating will be some of the best shows we’ve ever played, both in respect to the caliber of the bands we’re billed with and the fact that our live sets sound tighter than they ever have before. Our set lists will mostly contain songs from the new album, including the first track we’ve ever written that extends past the nine-minute mark, which is easily the darkest and most epic piece of music we’ve written so far. There is more grinding technicality than before, but the songs are also much more mature from a songwriting point of view than what you hear on our first album. We’re excited to be sharing this time in the band with all of our new and old friends on the road, but…no survivors.”
You can find the tour dates below as well as a stream of their self-titled album.
Portland’s otherworldly sludge outfit, Prizehog, have announced a new string of Spring U.S. tour dates. The five week excursion will be in support of their most recent effort, Re-Unvent the Whool, and will extend from May 2nd to June 8th. The dates, as they stand currently, can be found after the break.
New York hardcore outfit KDC have announced a string of Spring tour dates in support of their most recent effort, The Veracity of Solitude. The trek will commence in late April and will take the band through sections of the Midwest and Southern U.S. and Mexico. You can view the dates after the break as well as stream The Veracity of Solitude.
Cult Leader (Ex-Gaza) have announced an extensive Spring U.S. tour in support of their forthcoming debut EP, Nothing For Us Here, which is out on April 15th via Deathwish, Inc. The band will also be touring alongside Nashville’s Yautja, who are supporting their recently released debut full length, Songs of Descent. The tour dates, as they stand currently, can be viewed after the break. Go to a show and be merry!
Post-metal aficionados Secrets of the Sky have announced a Spring West Coast tour in support of their most recent effort, the massive To Sail Black Waters. The tour will commence in late March and extend through late April, with more dates to be added in time. You can check out the dates after the break as well as their video for their track “Decline”.
Protest the Hero have announced a new string of U.S. tour dates that will commence at the beginning of March in support of their most recent release, Volition. Support on the tour will come from the likes of Battlecross, The Safety Fire, Intervals, and Night/Verses. You can check out the extensive touring schedule after the break. Be sure to head out to a show and get your shred on.
Architects have announced a string of Spring European and UK tour dates to commence in early March. Support on this tour with come from the likes of Northlane and Stray From the Path. If you live near one of the following venues, go like your life depended on it. Dates posted below.
Baroness recently announced departure of bassist Matt Maggioni and drummer Allen Blickle on the band’s website last week. But luckily the band have already found new recruits for the Baroness team and are planning to hit the road for a Spring North American tour very soon. The band have recruited bassist Nick Jost and drummer Sebastian Thomson for the upcoming trek. Below are the scheduled dates.
Torche have announced a very extensive Spring North American tour that will begin rocking cities all over in May. The band have yet to announce who they are touring with however. Here is how the trek will run:
UPDATED: KEN Mode and Lo-Pan to support on select dates. European dates added below as well.