Pics by Ciro Gutiérrez
Earlier this year, UK punk rock legends Discharge were forced to postpone their U.S. headlining tour with Eyehategod and Toxic Holocaust due to visa issues. The trek came to fruition earlier this month, with over 10 dates, including a stop at New York City’s Marlin Room at Webster Hall this past Friday night (10/14). Additionally, the tour saw Lamb of God‘s Randy Blythe taking over vocal duties for EHG, since their regular singer Mike IX Williams is currently sidelined due to an undisclosed illness. Full photographic coverage from the NYC show can now be viewed in this post.
Over the spring, Discharge unleashed their seventh studio album and first LP in 8 years, End of Days, via Nuclear Blast. The new effort has spawned hits such as “Hatebomb,” “New World Order” and “Raped and Pillaged,” which you can listen to after the gallery.