Australian melodic/atmospheric black metal duo Harakiri for the Sky announced their first-ever North American tour for this spring, and they'll be joined by Numenorean and Eneferens. The tour begins at Northwest Terror Fest and then makes its way around the country before hitting the Northeast US and ending in Montreal.

The tour hits Brooklyn on June 12 at Saint Vitus, and ticket info for that show should be posted soon. All dates are listed below.

Harakiri for the Sky's latest album is 2018's Arson, and if you like your black metal with a strong post-rock influence and a lot of melody, you should check this out if you haven't already. You can stream it below.

Meanwhile, Harakiri for the Sky vocalist J.J.'s other band Karg are releasing their new album Traktat on February 7 via AOP Records, and they're premiering the new video for "Tod, Wo Bleibt Dein Frieden?" today at 1 PM ET. You can watch that at 1, and stream two other tracks from the album, below.

Harakiri for the Sky / Numenorean / Eneferens -- 2020 Tour Dates
05/28 Seattle, Washington - Northwest Terror Fest*
05/29 Boise, ID - The Shredder
05/30 Salt Lake City, UT - The Loading Dock
05/31 Denver, CO - Larimer Lounge
06/03 Kansas City, MO - The Riot Room
06/04 Minneapolis, MN - 7th St Entry
06/05 Chicago, IL - Cobra Lounge
06/06 Indianapolis, IN - Black Circle Brewing
06/07 Columbus, OH - The Summit
06/08 Pittsburgh, PA - Cattivo
06/09 Baltimore, MD - Metro Gallery
06/10 Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie
06/11 Boston, MA - ONCE Somerville
06/12 New York, NY - Saint Vitus
06/13 Montreal, QC - Piranha Bar