Soulfly will bring their “Ritual” Tour to NYC with support from Kataklysm, Incite and Chaoseum. Come early and don’t miss a Metal moment.
As we’ve stated before, with the constant stream of touring announcements, its good to sometimes share what is going on outside of your immediate region to help spark up the additional attention that the touring bands need. That said, here is the skinny on Brujeria and their headlining Canada dates.
The Press Release:
Extreme metallers BRUJERIA will embark on a tour of the Canada this June, supporting their most recent album, Pocho Aztlan. They’ll be joined by Dayglo Abortions and Incite.
The Tour Dates:
6/06/2018: Vancouver, BC – Astoria
6/08/2018: Calgary, AB – Dickens
6/09/2018: Edmonton, AB – Starlite
6/10/2018: Regina, SK – The Exchange
6/12/2018: Winnipeg, MB – Park Theatre
6/13/2018: Thunder Bay, ON – Crocks
6/14/2018: Timmins, ON – The Working Class
6/15/2018: North Bay, ON – Club 151
6/16/2018: Toronto, ON – Opera House
6/18/2018: Ottawa, ON – Maverick’s
6/19/2018: Quebec City, QC – L’Anti Bar & Spectacles
6/20/2018: Montreal, QC – Cafe Campus
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It’s a busy Monday here at the Metal Command HQ and while I am prepping for my next adventure and locking in some items for you to see during the week, the news about the upcoming raid on some territories by those maniacal Metal Mongols in Tengger Cavalry must be shared post haste. The alert should find numerous cities fortifying their walls and ensuring that their battlements are desbris free and allow their archers a clear sight of the approaching enemy. Check out the full press release, poster and dates below and then I will return with additional orders.
The Press Release:
Global Music Award-winning Mongolian folk metal group TENGGER CAVALRY are pleased to officially announce their highly-anticipated North American fall headline tour dates, featuring heavy metal frontrunners INCITE as special guests. The tour will kick off on September 16th in White Hall, MD, visiting a total of 24 cities and coming to a close in Montreal, QC on October 14th. See below for a full listing of tour dates. Frontman Nature Ganganbaigal states,
“We are super excited to be going out on the road with our brothers in INCITE! We will be hitting a lot of new towns on this run and also going back to some of our favorite venues from our last tour. So we ask you: North America, are you ready to raid with us?”
In just about four months time, the Metal maniacs of the Big Apple would get another appearance of one of their favorite performers, the one and only Max Cavalera. The musician has been a busy man with new Soulfly material and the project with brother Igor Cavalera in Cavalera Conspiracy, but this report is about Soulfly as we reported on the CC project elsewhere in these pages. The show was at Blender Theater this time around and found some cool openers along for the ride. We had young upstarts Incite, and Oklahoma’s Bleed The Sky and Devastation. Talk about getting more bang for your buck. A large part of the night was covered in words and images so scroll past the logo to see it all.
Venue: Blender Theater (New York, NY)
Opener: Bleed The Sky, Incite
Label: Roadrunner Records
It was only a few months ago that guitarist/singer Max Cavalera had graced the New York City Metal faithful with an appearance in the “side-project” band known as Cavalera Conspiracy. The appearance was nothing less than a momentous occasion for all who attended either one or two of the area dates and the reason behind this was mainly because it was also the reunion of Max and his brother Igor. Each of them originally members of the legendary Brazilian band Sepultura and it had been at least ten years since the pair performed music together. That story and concert piece are documented elsewhere on the site and tonight’s appearance of Soulfly would not only be working off the momentum of that other tour but also be celebrating the bands newest CD entitled “Conquer”. The gigs featured three openers in Devastation, Incite and Bleed The Sky, but since I had not known about the very first bands participation I missed them entirely and instead arrived just as Incite were set to hit the stage.
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