Pics by Lina Glasir
Dope and Combichrist brought “Blood,” “Lust” and “Death” to New York City’s Highline Ballroom last Thursday (3/23) as part of their ongoing co-headlining tour with direct support acts September Mourning and Davey Suicide. The Manhattan concert also featured openers: NYC’s own rockers Panzie and Boston’s Deprived. A ton of shots from the Chelsea nightclub have been embedded into this post.
In related news, Dope and Combichrist‘s Andy LaPlegua recently teamed up for a nefarious cover of Ministry‘s political corruption-themed song “Thieves” (watch the NSFW video after the gallery), which reportedly comes off Dope‘s unconfirmed album Blood Money Part 2, which, hopefully, they will officially announce soon. Meanwhile, Combichrist are touring in favor of last year’s skull bruising This Is Where Death Begins LP on Out of Line / Metropolis Records.
Speaking of September Mourning and Davey Suicide, both alt-rock gangs are finishing the remaining dates of the ““Blood, Lust, Death Tour” in support of their latest releases, Volume II and Made From Fire, respectively. Davey Suicide recently premiered a new clip for their single “Too Many Freaks” (feat. Twiztid) via Kerrang.
Panzie‘s next show is with guitar master John 5 and The Creatures at Queens’ Blackthorn 51 on April 7 [TIX].
Deprived just dropped a brand new EP titled Deadzone.
Photos (click for hi-res) and fan-filmed footage from Highline Ballroom continue below…
Remaining “Blood, Lust, Death Tour” dates:
03/28 Winter Park, FL – The Haven
03/29 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
03/30 Fort Lauderdale, FL – O’Malley’s Sports Bar
04/02 New Orleans, LA – Southport Music Hall
04/03 Austin, TX – Grizzly Hall
04/04 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
04/05 San Antonio, TX – Fitzgerald’s
04/06 Dallas, TX – Trees
04/08 Mesa, AZ – Club Red
04/09 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater