Doomriders at House of Vans in 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)

Nate Newton is a busy man. The Converge bassist has announced some shows with Doomriders, the band that he fronts, including NYC at Saint Vitus on December 5. They'll be joined by Black Black Black, Humanless and Mammal, and tickets for that show are on sale now. It's two days before they play what they're billing as their 10th Anniversary Show in Cambridge.

Before that they've got a Scandinavian tour with Louisville's fellow Deathwish signees Coliseum. Newton did double duty when Doomriders and Converge (who are touring with At the Gates) both played frontman Jacob Bannon's Deathwish Fest over the summer (which Coliseum also played).

Oh and did we forget Newton's third project? Old Man Gloom (with members of Cave in and Isis) have a new album called The Ape of God out on November 11 via Profound Lore. You've already heard "The Lash" from that album and they've since released "Predators" which you can stream below.

Oh and Newton is playing bass on the new Cavalera Conspiracy album Pandemoniom, also out in November (11/4). Hopefully Newton will have time to tour with all 4 bands. You can watch a video for a track from that below.

Check out all dates for Doomriders, a stream of the new Old Man Gloom song, and a video of a full Doomriders' set from Berlin earlier this year, also below...


Doomriders in Berlin

Old Man Gloom - "Predators"

Cavalera Conspiracy - "Babylonian Pandemonium"

Doomriders -- 2014 Tour Dates
11/14: Bergen, Norway @ Garage w/ Coliseum
11/15: Stavanger, Norway @ Folken w/ Coliseum
11/16: Oslo, Norway @ Pokalen w/ Coliseum
11/17: Stockholm, Sweden @ Liffey w/ Coliseum
11/18: Linköping, Sweden @ Lórient w/ Coliseum
11/19: Copenhagen, Denmark @ Beta w/ Coliseum
11/20: Hamburg, Germany @ Hafenklang w/ Coliseum
11/21: Frankfurt, Germany @ 11er w/ Coliseum
11/22: Eindhoven, Holland @ Speed Fest w/ Coliseum
11/23: Reykjavík, Iceland @ Hurra
12/05: New York, NY @ Saint Vitus
12/07: Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair 10th Anniversary Show

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