Entries tagged with: Rivers of Nihill

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by Fred Pessaro

Exhumed

Dying Fetus will lead a death-metal-heavy bill set to kill on adrenaline across North America in October. The long-running East Coast band will be joined by Exhumed, Devourment and Aboitic on all dates, with a changing band of miscreants (Waking the Cadaver and Rivers of Nihil) taking the opening slot. That tour thunders into NYC at Gramercy Theater on November 1 and tickets are currently on advance presale with the general on sale happening Friday (6/14) at noon.

The shows will follow the release of Exhumed's new LP, Necrocracy, which hits store shelves on August 6. Head below for an album trailer, as well as a list of all tour dates.

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photos by Wyatt Marshall

Death to All

Death To All played Irving Plaza on April 24th, roping in the Human lineup to pay tribute the the great Chuck Schuldiner as part of a benefit show. The legendary death metal band were supported by Anciients and Rivers of Nihil on this go around. We have a review and pictured at Invisible Oranges with another set of pictures in this post that continue with the setlist below....

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photos by Jonathan McPhail

Dysrhythmia @ Public Assembly
Dysrhythmia

Dysrhythmia finished their round of dates in celebration of Test of Submission in Brooklyn at Public Assembly on Saturday (11/17). They were joined by a rare appearance from Loincloth (who we profiled here) and NYC's STATS and Rivers of Nihil. Though the latter band leans more toward the death metal end of things, the other three made it clear to see that the night was dedicated to math-y technical metal in different variations. Pictures from the show are in this post.

Dysrhythmia will join Wreck & Reference (profiled here and here), Soren (of Rosenkopf, who played his debut show at WIERD) and Planning for Burial on January 5th at Saint Vitus. The show is a rare appearance for Wreck & Reference, who are are visiting from their native Bay Area. Tickets are on sale.

More pictures from Public Assembly, though unfortunately none of Rivers of Nihil (who we missed), below...

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