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by Andrew Sacher

Electric Wizard at MDF 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
EW

The last time Electric Wizard played the US was MDF 2012, and that was their first show here since 2002. Now the UK doom masters have announced a full North American tour for 2015 with Satan's Satyrs kicking off in Philly in late March and ending on April 19 in LA! The tour includes a NYC show happening on April 2 at Webster Hall, which looks like it will be their first show in the city since playing North Six in 2002. Tickets for Webster go on sale at 10 AM on Friday (12/19). All dates are listed below.

Electric Wizard released their eighth album this year, the excellent Time to Die. It's the kind of evil psychedelic doom that EW mastered on their seminal albums Come My Fanatics... and Dopethrone that still no one does quite like them. Watch a fan-made, band-approved video for "We Love the Dead" from that album, with the tour flyer and list of dates, below.

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by Fred Pessaro // BBG

Damaged City Fest

DC's Damaged City Fest has been announced for middle April, with some overlap of bands scheduled for NYC's punk fiesta New York's Alright. Look for names like Culo, Coke Bust, Double Negative, Dropdead, No Tolerance (who's members play with Rival Mob soon), Negative Approach, Night Birds, Prisoner Abuse, Tenement and many many more. Full lineup for the festival, scheduled to take place at long-time DIY space St. Stephen's Church on April 12 and 13, is below. Tickets are on sale.

Speaking of Wisconsin band Tenement, look for them to hit Grand Victory on April 11 with touring partners Night Birds, Marvin Berry & The New Sound and Dipers. Tickets are on sale. Stream a few Tenement songs, including their split with Culo, below.

In other news, Night Birds are prepping a new split for Fat Wreck Chords. Look for the four-song EP Maimed for the Masses via the label on May 7, with the title track providing a primer for the band's forthcoming LP Born To Die In Suburbia due on Grave Mistake this summer.

In more punk news, for a taste of what' you're in for at New York's Alright 2013, head to 285 Kent tonight (2/1) where Who Killed Spikey Jacket? will team with Sad Boys, Perdition, Goosebumps and Murderer. Four of the five bands scheduled for tonight will perform at the festival which happens in April.

Check out the DCFest lineup, as well as song streams, below.

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