Salt Lake City deathcore outfit Chelsea Grin have just debuted a brand new track called “American Dream,” which comes off the digital deluxe edition of their latest album on Rise Records, Self Inflicted. The new song (stream it below) is one of two brand new bonus tracks off the fresh re-release, which drops on Jan. 27.
In addition, Chelsea Grin have announced a headlining North American tour for the spring with support from Ice Nine Kills, Gideon and Enterprise Earth. The 31-market journey kicks off in Spokane, WA mid-march and wraps up a month later in their hometown of SLC, UT, hitting New York City along the way for a gig at Gramercy Theatre on April 28 [tix on sale 1/25].
Dig the new track and see all upcoming tour dates below.
On January 27, Brooklyn’s Silent Barn (603 Bushwick Ave.) will host the 2017 NYC edition of “1Fest.” Presented by Nonzerosum, the Brooklyn festivities will be led by Southern California hardcore grinders ACxDC, who will tour the east coast for one last time this winter. Also set to perform in BK are Cloud Rat, Backslider, Die Choking, Escuela, Goolagoon, The Grindmother (the 68 year old Canadian grandmother turned grindcore singer), Chepang, Death Vacation and Sick Shit.
Tickets to the all ages event are still available, here. “1Fest” will also happen in Syracuse at The Warehouse on Jan. 28 and in Boston at the Hardcore Stadium on Jan. 29, featuring a slew of other cut-throat openers.
Get full “1Fest” details here and check out the Brooklyn show flyer and tour promo video below.
Earlier this month it was announced that Dope, Combichrist, September Mourning and Davey Suicide will be hooking up for the “Blood, Lust, Death Tour,” set to go down this late winter/early spring. The 37-date romp launches in late February in Portland, OR and wraps up in April in West Hollywood. A handful of new dates have been added to the trek recently, including a show in New York City at Highline Ballroom, scheduled for March 23 [tix].
The tour will see Dope dishing out classic hits along with new cuts from their latest release on Entertainment One, Blood Money Part 1. Industrial metallers Combichrist will no doubt be performing tracks from their newest LP, This Is Where Death Begins, via Out of Line/Metropolis Records. September Mourning and Davey Suicide are on the road promoting their fresh efforts, Volume II (out now) and Made From Fire (due out 3/24), respectively.
Get the complete run of dates, plus steam new tunes below.
Before they head out on a string of European tour dates with Celeste, Richmond, VA post-metallers Inter Arma will invade USA’s east coast for a handful of gigs alongside Nashville psych rockers Holy Mountain Top Removers.
The U.S. shows happen in March with a concert in Brooklyn at Saint Vitus set to down on March 26. NJ-based black metal legion Woe will provide direct support in BK. Tickets go on sale tomorrow (1/20).
Inter Arma will then return to the U.S. stage in August to perform at “Psycho Las Vegas,” beside King Diamond (who’s playing Abigail in full), Neurosis, Carcass and much more. All dates are listed below.
In more news, Inter Arma have just dropped a new video for their latest single, “The Summer Drones,” which comes off their newest LP on Relapse Records, Paradise Gallows. The track was recorded live at Saint Vitus last year — check out the clip after the dates.
As you may know by now, black metal legends Mayhem are performing their 1994 full-length debut album, De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas, at every stop of their upcoming tour with Inquisition and Black Anvil, which hits Poughkeepsie at The Chance Theater on February 17 [tix] and New York City at Gramercy Theatre on February 19 [sold out! Re-sale tix available].
The men in Mayhem have just confirmed a second NYC performance at the much smaller Saint Vitus in Brooklyn for the day after the Gramercy show, February 20. The BK gig will also feature a full performance of De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas and no openers (as of yet). Tickets to the super intimate show go on sale today at 6PM, here, and at the venue tomorrow (Jan. 20), as per Vitus:
We are selling half of the tickets online, and half via in-person purchase at Saint Vitus Bar starting at 6PM on Friday, 1/20. Max 2 tickets per person. In-person ticket sales will be conducted via lottery: tickets will be handed out between 6 and 7, and numbers will be drawn starting at 7. If your number is drawn, you have the opportunity to purchase 1 or 2 tickets, cash only.
This is intended to give everyone the best chance at getting tickets since our venue is small and online ticket sales go quickly and it is COLD outside!
Mayhem‘s latest full-length offering, Esoteric Warfare, was unleashed in 2014 via Season of Mist. Check out all upcoming tour dates and a few streams below.
The kings of heavy metal Iron Maiden will return this spring/summer for a slew of fresh North American dates of their “Book of Souls World Tour.” This time around, the metal greats will bring along with them heavy rock favorites Ghost.
The colossal run ignites in Bristow, VA at the Jiffy Lube Live on June 3 and runs through the summer with a final stop scheduled in Brooklyn (their first proper show in the borough) at Barclays Center on June 21. The outing also hits nearby Newark, NJ at Prudential Center on June 7. All tickets go on sale to the public starting next Friday (1/27).
Iron Maiden are trekking in continued support of their sixteenth studio album The Book of Souls, which they dropped in 2015 through Warner Music Group. Ghost are on the road promoting their latest LP Meliora and newest EP Popestar, meanwhile reportedly working on a brand new full-length effort for the fall.
Lacey Sturm, best known as the original vocalist for Flyleaf, will soon head out on a 18-city tour of the U.S. with help from support bands Stitched Up Heart, Palisades and Letters From the Fire. The four-week-long jaunt kicks off mid-January in Margate, FL at O’Malley’s and comes to an end on Valentine’s Day in Pittsburgh, PA at Diesel, while hitting New York City along the way.
The NYC show happens at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall on February 6th [tix], with doors set to open at 5PM (show starts at 5:30PM). The hike also hits nearby Asbury Park, NJ at Wonder Bar two days before, Feb. 4th.
Lacey Sturm is going on tour in support of her debut solo studio album, Life Screams, which she released last February through Followspot Records. Stitched Up Heart have a 2016 release out as well, their debut album Never Alone on Another Century Records. The upcoming tour will also coincide with the release of Palisades‘ new self-titled album via Rise Records on Jan. 20th. Lastly, Letters From the Fire are on the road promoting their newest LP on Sand Hill Records called Worth the Pain.
Catch all confirmed tour dates and stream music from all four bands below.
In support of their latest release on Deathwish Inc. titled Rheia, Belgian post-black metal/hardcore bunch Oathbreaker have announced a March through April headlining trip of the US. Jaye Jayle will provide support on all dates with the following acts appearing on select shows: King Woman (3/15-3/24), Khemmis (3/26-4/6) and Sannhet (4/8-4/9).
New York City will host the outing at The Studio at Webster Hall on April 8th [tix]. The run also hits east coast markets Philly, Detroit and Boston. Check out all tour dates and a stream of the new LP below.
Polish thrashy death metal warriors Vader have confirmed their triumphant return to the states in the form of a three-week-long crusade being called the “Strike Of The Empire U.S. Tour.” Support on the 18-date trek will come from Internal Bleeding, Sacrificial Slaughter, Voices of Ruin and Micawber.
The tour launches in Spartanburg, SC at Ground Zero at the end of May and concludes the following month in New York City at Webster Hall on June 16th [tix tba]. Vader are also scheduled to invade the 2017 “Maryland Deathfest” beside the likes of Autopsy, Brodequin and Torture Rack, as well as attack San Juan, Puerto Rico at La Respuesta after the NYC show.
Vader‘s upcoming U.S. infestation is in support of their recent release on Nuclear Blast, The Empire. Check out all upcoming U.S. tour dates and stream a few new tracks below.
New Jersey punk rock foursome The Bouncing Souls recently spent sometime in New York City at Irving Plaza for a trio of headlining shows on Dec. 15, 16 and 17, beside support acts such as Masked Intruder, Off With Their Heads and Anti-Flag. As part of their ongoing “Simplicity In The City” tour, the band will soon head west for March headliners and festival appearances in California, Arizona, Oregon and more.
Though before they do so, The Bouncing Souls will perform a huge show at Boston’s Agganis Arena on February 18th with Frank Turner, Arkells and Will Varley, and a just announced super small intimate showing at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus on February 16th with VAPERS [tix on sale 1/17]. Check out all upcoming tour dates after the break.
TBS are on the road in support of their 2016 LP on Rise/Chunksaah Records, Simplicity (stream it after the dates).