Canadian noise-infused sludge makers The Great Sabatini will embark on a string of European tour dates later this week. The trek will kick off this Thursday, November 5 in Frankfurt, Germany and will conclude on November 21 in Clermont Ferrand, France. The touring schedule can be found after the break.
Canuck grindcore band WAKE will be laying waste to the Best Coast this autumn.
Commencing on Oct. 30 in Vancouver on the eve of All Hallow’s Eve, and heading down south to LA to play Grindcore 2015 before heading back up north to their home in the Great White North, hitting Boise on their way back.
Aptly named the “LET US BURN TOUR” WAKE will be combusting spontaneously for nearly two weeks playing shows with such greats as The Infamous Gehenna and Theories before culminating at peak core temperature at Grindcore 2015: In Memoriam of Jesse Pintado where they will be settin’ the house on fire with such heavy hitting greats like Cripple Bastards, Excel, Despise You, Spazztic Blurr, among many other stellar bands on the more extreme and speedy side of things.
Click on after the break for their official tour poster, a full rundown of WAKE’s tour dates, and the poster for Grindcore 2015. The totally rad and gnarly extreme music fest going down in LA on Nov. 6-7:
Southern California doomsayers Goatsnake have announced a short run of Midwestern U.S. tour dates with post-metal titans Pelican in December. The four-show run will extend from December 12 through December 15 and will see the bands decimating Indianapolis, Columbus, Ferndale, Michigan, and Chicago. The dates can be found after the break along with each band’s respective touring schedules.
Tennessee deathcore titans Whitechapel have announced a new string of U.S. headlining dates in support of their last album, 2014’s Our Endless War. The tour commence on November 2 in Warren, Michigan and conclude on November 21 in Nashville. Australian tech death outfit Psycroptic and Culture Killer will be joining the band on the trek. Check out the dates after the break.
Whitechapel will be hitting the studio in January to record their sixth full-length album.
Floridian technical grind masters Maruta have announced a two-week Eastern US tour for the month of September. The short run will commence on September 17 in Miami and will conclude on September 30 on Montclair, New Jersey. Nashville’s Yautja will be providing support on all stops. Once the tour concludes, Maruta will be joining The Black Dahlia Murder, Harms Way and Iron Reagan for another North American run. All tour dates can be found after the break.
Locrian have announced a short East Coast run that will commence early next month. The tour will begin on September 10 in Baltimore and will conclude on September 14 in Brooklyn. The tour will also include a performance at the Hopscotch Day Party in Raleigh, North Carolina on September 12 alongside Vattnet Viskar, MAKE and others. The touring schedule, as it currently stands, can be found below.
Florida instrumentalists Set and Setting have announced another string of fall North American tour dates in support of their most recent release, A Vivid Memory. In addition to their upcoming stint with North, the band will be rampaging through the US and Canada with Brooklyn’s So Hideous in tow from August 28 through September 6. All forthcoming tour dates can be found below.
Bay Area atmospheric/technical death metal outfit WRVTH have announced a string of US tour dates supporting labelmates Lord of War. The tour will commence on September 11 in Sacramento and will conclude on September 27 in Lancaster, California. Those dates can be found after the break.
Deafheaven have announced a two-month-long North American excursion in support of their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, New Bermuda. The trek will begin on October 15 in San Diego and will conclude on November 21 in Los Angeles. Envy and Tribulation will be providing support on select dates. Check out the schedule after the break.
New Bermuda will be released on October 2 via Anti Records.
Symphonic black metal outfit Abigail Williams have announced a string of fall North American tour dates. The trek will commence on September 11 in Salt Lake City and will conclude on October 16 in San Francisco. Noise metal legends Today Is The Day will be providing support on all stops of the tour. Check out the dates after the break.
Portland sludge rockers Red Fang have announced a fall US tour that will commence this October. The tour will begin on October 1 in Billings, Montana, and will conclude on October 25 in Sacramento. Atlanta noise rock trio Whores. and Washington riff slayers Wild Throne will provide support on most stops on the tour. Check out the tour dates after the break.
Parisian shoegaze/post-rock/black metal hybrids Alcest have announced a US and Mexico fall tour in support of their 2014 critically-lauded album, Shelter. The tour will begin on September 19 in Mexico City and will conclude on October 17 in Philadelphia. Marriages‘ frontwoman Emma Ruth Rundle, who released her solo album Some Heavy Ocean last year, will be accompanying the band on all dates. Those dates can be found below.
The Black Dahlia Murder have announced a fall headlining run in support of their forthcoming full-length, Abysmal, which is due out on October 3 via Metal Blade. The tour will be Part I of IndieMerchstore’s 10th anniversary tour and will extend from October 1 through October 24. Support on the trek will come from the likes of Iron Reagan, Harms Way and Maruta. Check out the dates after the break.
KEN mode have announced an extensive fall North American tour in support of their recently released full-length, Success. The trek will commence on September 9 in Saskatoon and will conclude on November 7 in Winnipeg. Conduct, Child Bite, Fuck the Facts, Life in Vacuum, We Are Hex , Lo-Pan and comedian Garret Jamieson will be providing support on select dates on the tour. The scheduled dates can be seen below.
Canadian post-rock titans Godspeed You! Black Emperor have announced a Fall tour in support of their most recent full-length release, Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress. The trek will commence on September 9 in Washington, DC and will conclude on October 29 in Paris with a performance at the Pitchfork Music Festival. The tour dates can be found after the break.