Posted in metal | music | tour dates on August 26, 2011

by BBG

Boston Strangler You might have missed it, but Boston Strangler released an incredible demo with the ultra-limited Outcast cassette last year. The band, which is primarily the brainchild of vocalist Ban Reilly (also of the incredible Scapegoat) (get their latest now... highly reccomended), has enlisted members of Mind Eraser, Rival Mob, Social Circkle, and a few notable others to churn out some incredible early 80s-style negative hardcore. The band plays a rare show at Acheron on September 17th with Beware (mems of Mother of Mercy). check out some live video below.

The show cancellation count keeps growing. The previously discussed cancellations of shows at the Acheron (including Victims/Defeatist on Sunday), is joined by the latest victim of Irene, Vreid, Kampfar, Necronomicon, and Grafvolluth at Europa. As more shows cancel, we'll keep you posted.

Corrupted have released their previously discussed new LP, Garten Der Unbewusstheit. Look for it at your favorite distro like Aquarius or Crucial Blast.

Unsane is working on new music.

Yob is releasing Live at Roadburn 2010 via Burning World Records on CD/DVD on September 1st with vinyl to follow. Preorder it now. For those curious about the video, stream it in its entirety below.

Easy Action (with John Brannon of Negative Approach) will team with Kicking Spit (who we previously profiled) and Foster Care to play Acheron on September 26th. Negative Approach makes their return to Fun Fun Fun Fest in November.

Krallice played House of Vans on Wednesday, and in addition to their previously discussed show at Union Pool on 9/17 with Urfaust/Black Anvil, the band has added a show at Death By Audio on 9/14 with Wolves In The Throne Room and Thou.

DC's Give will headline Acheron on 9/9 with Devotion and Too Many Voices (mems of Kill Your Idols).

Karma To Burn are back on the road, and hit Saint Vitus with awesome Black Pyramid and Bezoar on Sept 8th. Full tour schedule is below. KTB's newest album, V, is out now.

Stream three new Speedwolf songs from their forthcoming LP on Hells Headbangers.

All Karma To Burn tour dates, more suggested NYC shows, and some video of Boston Strangler as well as classic video of Sulaco, Spazz, Crossed Out, and Neurosis, below...

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BOSTON STRANGLER 2/18/11

Yob Live at Roadburn 2010

SULACO "Winning The Race" June 5th, 2006 Los Angeles, CA @ The Mountain Bar

SPAZZ "Bolleri Mosh" July 7th, 1997 N Tonawanda, NY @ Discovery Records

CROSSED OUT "Fraud" January 2nd, 1993 Berkeley, CA @ 924 Gilman St

Neurosis | Bremen @ Schlachthof | 21 Jun 1996

EVILLIVE
8/26 - Natur, Aggressor, Mutant Supremacy @ Union Pool
8/26 - Brain Tumors, Much Worse, Deathrats, State Violence @ The Stolen Sleeves Collective
8/26 - Anthony Coleman/Andrew Hock Duo with Ches Smith @ Cafe Orwell
8/27 - Black Market Justice, Joey Steel & Attitude Adjusters, Terrordactyls, Schweinhunde @ ABC No Rio
8/27 - CANCELLED - Brickeater, Gang Signs & VYGR @ The Acheron
8/28 - CANCELLED - Victims, Defeatist, Grudges, DBCR @ The Acheron
8/28 - CANCELLED - Vried, Kampfar, Necronomicon @ Club Europa
8/28 - Sheer Terror, Supertouch, Suburban Scum @ Bowery Electric
8/29 - Mick Barr, Kevin Hufnagel, Andrew Hock @ Zebulon
9/1 - Diamond Head at BB King's
9/3 - Grave, Blood Red Throne, Pathology, Gigan @ Gramercy Theatre
9/4 - Mortician, Cerebral Hemorrhage, Hypoxia @ The Bowery Electric
9/6 - The Body, Bruce Lamont, Man's Gin, Iron Tides @ Acheron
9/10 - Weedeater, Oxbow, Bison BC, Fight Amp @ Europa
9/10 - Night Owls, Rejouissance, Oak & Bone, Torchebearer @ Hi-5 Lounge
9/11 - Despise You, Magrudergrind, Backslider, The Communion, Defeatist @ Shea Stadium

KARMA TO BURN - 2011 TOUR DATES
8/23 Burt¹s Tiki Lounge, Salt Lake City UT
8/24 3 Kings Tavern, Denver CO
8/25th Blue Lounge Wichita, KS
8/26th Jake's Downtown Lounge Tulsa, OK
8/27th Slammin' Salmon Lafayette, LA
8/28th Siberia New Orleans, LA
8/30 Tremont Music Hall Charlotte, NC
8/31 Star Bar Atlanta, GA
9/1 One Stop Deli / Music Hall Asheville, NC
9/2 Shamrock's Huntington, WV
9/3 The Green Lantern Lexington, KY
9/4 123 Pleasant Street Morgantown, WV
9/5 Krug's Place Frederick, MD
9/6 The Saint, Asbury Park, NJ
9/7 Great Scott, Allston, MA
9/8 St. Vitus Bar Brooklyn, NY
9/9 The Outpost Kent, OH
9/10th Sound Factory Charleston, WV
9/21 Rock and Roll Hotel, Washington, DC
9/22 Jewish Mothers, Virgina Beach, VA
9/23 McCormack's, Richmond, VA
9/24 Mad Hatter, Covington, KY
9/25 Crofoot, Pontiac, MI
9/26 Frankies, Toledo, OH
9/27 Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids, MI
9/28 High Noon Saloon, Madison, WI
9/30 Nestor Tavern, Fargo, ND
10/1 Skullet's, Rapid City, SD
10/7 Plan B, Portland, OR
10/8 The Astoria, Vancouver, BC
10/9 Studio Seven, Seattle, WA
10/10 Johnny B's, Medford, OR

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Comments (3)

kewl

Posted by Anonymous | August 27, 2011 8:14 AM

Norwegian black metallers, VREID, kicked off the
Black Path Of America Tour 2011 last week in Toronto and though their arrival was met with a series of weather calamities and one canceled show in NYC due to the prospective threat of Hurricane Irene, the band soldiers on.

Commented bassist Hváll: "Our North America tour has been filled with action so far. An earthquake upon arrival, tornadoes as we entered Toronto and then Irene came and shut down our New York show. Mother earth has unleashed her wrath upon us this time around. We are extremely disappointed that our New York show got canceled, but be sure that VREID will return. We kicked ass in Toronto and had a great show; next up was Montreal which was massive. An absolutely fantastic show in all ways. The audience of Montreal has to be one of the most dedicated on this planet. Then we hit Kingston, New York. It was good to see people ignoring the rain and fear of Irene, to come to The Basement to rock like a hurricane. Now we are in Cleveland and ready to give a massive dose of Norwegian metal at Peabody's. We hope the upcoming shows will continue in the same good way as the first three. The audience in North America has once again shown their intense dedication, which makes these shows a blast for us. See you soon."

Posted by Anonymous | August 29, 2011 5:05 PM

this coverage is fucking dumb. if brooklyn vegan is going to cover hardcore punk, dont just group it in with some bozo writing about metal who obviously doesnt know shit about punk music

Posted by Anonymous | August 29, 2011 9:08 PM

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