tours announced: Uniform/Body, LVL UP, Dreadnought, Black Dahlia Murder, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Sub Pop-signed New York indie rockers LVL UP recently announced that they’re calling it quits after a farewell tour, which concludes with a hometown show on 9/28 at Bowery Ballroom. That show is now sold out, so LVL UP added one more smaller hometown show happening at Baby’s All Right one night prior (9/27). Updated dates here.
Reunited noise rockers Daughters expanded their tour and also added openers, including Self Defense Family, Street Sects, Dreamdecay, Lingua Ignota, and more.
Cat Power is set to release her first album in six years in October, and she’s announced tour dates in support of it starting this fall. Before those dates start in September, she’s added a free show at Burton Chace Park in Marina del Rey, CA on August 4. For a chance to see Cat Power for free in NYC, enter to win a VIP experience at The National’s There’s No Leaving New York festival at Forest Hills Stadium in September – Cat Power performs on Sunday.
DEAFHEAVEN / DIIV
Post-black metallers Deafheaven are currently on a North American tour with Uniform and Drab Majesty, then they’ll tour Europe/UK with Inter Arma, and they just announced another North American run with shoegazers DIIV happening after that, including a Jersey City show on Halloween. Speaking of Uniform…
UNIFORM / THE BODY
Uniform and The Body have announced a collaborative tour to support their recently released collaborative album. Uniform also open Thou’s album release show in Brooklyn beforehand.
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER (and tons of cool openers)
US melodeath staples The Black Dahlia Murder announced a tour for late fall with a ridiculous list of openers (varying by date), including Pig Destroyer, Power Trip, Khemmis, GosT, Midnight, Ghoul, Havok, and Skeletal Remains. It surrounds their appearance at Decibel Metal & Beer Fest in LA. All dates here.
Last year, Colorado’s Dreadnought released the excellent A Wake In Sacred Waves, which is sort of part doom metal, part psychedelic folk, and one of the better “metal” albums in recent memory that “just rock” fans would like. (It was recorded and mixed by a member of SubRosa, who have a very similar appeal.) They’re touring the East Coast as we speak, with a Brooklyn show at The Kingsland on Friday (8/3), and they have more dates in other parts of the US after that, including Psycho Las Vegas. All dates here.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.