Entries tagged with: Deicide
Deicide @ Gramercy Theater earlier this year (more by Jonathan McPhail)
Floridian death metallers Deicide are on tour and hit BB King's tonight with Eyes of the Dead, Mahavatar (tickets). The show is part of a string of the dates for the band, who will sadly miss the Tampa ceremony naming a street after them. All dates are listed below...
photos by Jonathan McPhail, words by BBG
Deicide who released their last LP and Century Media debut To Hell with God last year, headlined Gramercy Theater on 3/3 with Jungle Rot, Abigail Williams, Lecherous Nocturne. The show was part of their string of dates together through the end of March, and also one of the first shows on the trek. Pictures of Deicide (with Glen Benton in tow) are in this post, though unfortunately no shots of the support.
The Deicide show was one of four notable shows going on on Saturday night with Drugs of Faith taking over Death By Audio (pics), Tombs/Argonauts hitting Union Pool (pics), and Catheter/Laughing Dog hitting 538 Johnson.
More Deicide pictures from Gramercy are below.
High on Fire at Fun Fun Fun (more by BBG)
As you might have heard, High on Fire is back with De Vermis Mysteriis, the band's new LP due on April 3rd. Check out the first track from the LP below as originally surfaced on Pitchfork. Reminder, High on Fire will play the BV/POTR show on 3/16 as part of the four-day Deathmatch series at Scoot Inn and though details on the rest of the Deathmatch shows are still TBA, we'll have those when they surface.
I also announced a day show happening at Lovejoys in Austin on 3/17.
Crusty DM crew Deviated Instinct reunited in 2007 and are hitting the road for a string of US dates surrounding their MDF and Chaos in Tejas dates including a stop at Acheron on May 25th with Dresden, Nomad, and Koward. Nomad will also play tonight at Lulu's as part of their 7" release and tour kickoff party. All Deviated instinct dates are below.
Deicide kicked off their US tour last night and will hit NYC on Saturday (3/3) at Best Buy Theater. Tickets are still available. The band will be joined by Jungle Rot, Abigail Williams, and Lecherous Nocturne on this current trek dubbed "March Of Death 2012".
German thrash crew Destruction will celebrate 30 years as a band with a round of US dates in May. Look for the tour, which also includes Warbringer, Vital Remains and Pathology, to hit NYC at BB King's on May 16th. Tickets are on sale.
Revenge's SCUM.COLLAPSE.ERADICATION is out NOW via Nuclear War Now. Order your copy at their site and stream a song from the record, "Retaliation (Fallout Prayer)", below.
Stream the new Wizard Rifle in full at Invisible Oranges. The LP, entitled Speak Loud Say Nothing, is due via Seventh Rule on March 13th.
Check out some live pics of Lock Up, Goatwhore, Strong Intention & Black September posted at BV Chicago.
Did you read the interview with Locrian & Mamiffer by Eugene Robinson yet?
More suggested NYC shows, dates and the stream for that Revenge track below.
Clinging To The Trees of A Forest Fire at SXSW (more here)
A bunch of killer shows are on the way in the coming weeks, CMJ aside. Clinging To The Trees of A Forest Fire's Songs of Ill Hope and Desperation is a pretty killer slab of blackened sludgy grind, and the band impressed with their live show at SXSW this year. The band will hit the East Coast for a string of dates including The Acheron on 10/29 with Flourishing, The Communion, and Deep in Vein. Get out to see them. Full CTTTOAFF dates are below.
Negative Plane are welcoming their new Ajna Offensive/Invictus Productions LP, Stained Glass Revelations, with a record release show at Europa on (when else?) Halloween (10/31/10) with Villains and Occultation. $11 gets you into the black mass (tickets here), and make sure and pick up a copy of the new LP that will be available in "limited quantities".
Skeletonwitch and Misery Index will support Job for a Cowboy at Santos Party House on 12/16. Tickets are on sale. Skeletonwitch will hit the road for a string of dates with Landmine Marathon and Withered in late November prior to the NYC date, though unfortunately that tour won't hit NYC. Misery Index will play NJ Deathfest next weekend with Cannabis Corpse, Cardiac Arrest, Call The Paramedics and so much more over the two days at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ. Head to the NJ Deathfest site for more info. Full Skeletonwitch dates are below.
Speaking of Cannabis Corpse, the band will play NYC on 10/24 with Mutant Supremacy, Castevet, Fin'Amor, and Respawn the Ancients on 10/24. The show kicks off at 6PM at Bowery Electric. Castevet will also play Don Pedro's on Saturday (10/16) with Buckshot Facelift, No Remission, Water Temples, $4 gets you in. Full Castevet dates are below.
American Hardcore will be the focus of a celebration this Sunday (10/17) at Knitting Factory with Urban Waste, Downlow, Yo! $cunt, a slide show by American Hardcore author/filmmaker Steven Blush, and special guest DJ George Tabb. Tickets are still available for the all-ages show.
And last but not least, Deicide will play Gramercy on 2/21 with Pathology, Belphegor, Blackguard, and Neuraxis. Tickets are on sale in both regular and VIP varieties. In related news, the countdown is on until Glen Benton cancels his appearances at all Deicide dates. Full Deicide tour sked is below.
All tour dates and some video is below...
words by Black Bubblegum, photos by Paul Birman
"When BB King started his NY Blues club... did he really envision Deicide playing there?" - thepenta
First of all, hewhohathaninvertedcrossinhisforehead, aka Deicide vocalist and co-founder Glen Benton, WAS present at BB Kings on July 5th (as you can see), one show on their short jaunt with Vital Remains (Benton has a history of no-show-ing or cancelling his appearance at the last-minute). The NYC show, which featured additional support from Regain the Hearth Condemned and Martyrd, followed the band's appearance at Philadelphia's Hostile City Death Fest which impacted on the 4th, with Absu headlining the following night.
Deicide has a few more dates lined up throughout September (check 'em below), and is currently working on new material for release at their new home, Century Media Records. According to a recent interview with Express Night Out, the material is almost finished, requiring Glen Benton to add his vocals and bass tracks for completion.
Vital Remains, which featured ex-bandmate Tim Yeung for the show, have another NY area show, having scheduled a show at the Crazy Donkey on Long Island on August 8th.
All tour dates and more pictures, below...