Posted in metal | music | tour dates on April 3, 2014

by Doug Moore

Black Breath at Knitting Factory in 2013 (more by Lukas Hodge)
Black Breath

Yautja are seemingly everywhere these days. (Which is okay, because they rule.) Not only did they just play a shitload of SXSW dates, including our Invisible Oranges showcase, and not only are they touring with the post-Gaza bangers Cult Leader (who are currently streaming their debut EP) in May, but they've also been announced as part of an exciting mini-tour with live favorites Black Breath & NYC fixtures Mutilation Rites, both of whom will be on their way to their respective Maryland Deathfest appearances. The short run will also include the grind band Theories, whom I don't know much about but whose recorded work sounds promising. (Check some out below.)

The five-date jaunt will hit NYC on 5/28 at Santos Party House. Tickets go on sale this Friday (4/4) at 10am. They're only $13 if you get them in advance (before fees), and it's also a 16+ show.

Black Breath were also initially announced for NJ pop punk festival Skate & Surf which takes place the weekend before their tour starts, but they're no longer listed on the festival's website. We haven't gotten any official word, but the site does say "lineup subject to change without notice."

Check out the full set of dates and some recent music by each band on the tour, below...


Black Breath -- 2014 Tour Dates:
5/21 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar (MDF pre-show; Black Breath only)
5/24 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage (Maryland Deathfest)
5/26 Hartford, CT @ The Webster Underground
5/27 Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
5/28 New York, NY @ Santos Party House
5/30 Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
5/31 Chicago, IL @ Reggies Rock Club

all dates w/ Mutilation Rites, Yautja, Theories unless otherwise noted



Comments (9)

METAL! bitches. KCMUC used to play a lot of metal. Anyone have any guesses as to why KEXP isn't allowed to play metal?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2014 2:25 PM

90.6 KCMUC is my favorite station.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2014 2:27 PM

Cartier Love Bracelet has been popular since the 1960's, when its designer modeled it after legendary chastity belts, said to have been bolted to wives' waists when their husbands went away--to keep the wives faithful. The Cartier Love Braceletcomes with a tiny screwdriver to bolt it onto the wrist, signifying a committed relationship.

Posted by D | April 3, 2014 2:37 PM

Dear 2:37PM,

1960's is incorrect.

1960s is correct.

You can see what I did there, right?

Good boy. Now please, go back downstairs in the basement, and mom will call you when dinner is ready.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2014 2:41 PM

2:25 Cause their target audience is over 17?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2014 2:41 PM

^Ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2014 3:23 PM

Theories features Joe Axler (Samothrace, Book of Black Earth, Splatterhouse) on drums. The man is a machine.

Posted by Owen | April 7, 2014 7:29 PM

Sounds much better

Posted by Gasmask Avenger | May 27, 2014 2:32 AM

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