Metallic hardcore legends Integrity turned 30 this year, but as main member Dwid Hellion discussed in our recent interview with him, they're always looking forward and never relying on nostalgia. As great as their '90s classics are, their new stuff like last year's Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume and this year's split with Krieg are nearly as essential. So it's exciting news that they now announced East Coast shows for early 2019.

They'll play Baltimore's Metro Gallery on January 11 and 12, with Genocide Pact and Devil Master on night one (tickets) and Full of Hell and Ilsa on night two (tickets). Both shows are being presented by "the ghost of" now-defunct label A389 (which was run by current Integrity guitarist Dom Romeo). These appear to be their only East Coast shows announced.

Integrity are also releasing a new song for the Adult Swim Singles series soon, so stay tuned for that.

Speaking of Full of Hell, they also open Pig Destroyer's NYC show this month and then tour with Outer Heaven. They also play Maryland Deathfest 2019.

Stream Integrity's split with Krieg: