They’ll be sharing the stage with some of the hardest working bands in Northern California.
The 2016 Decibel Magazine Tour continues that proud tradition, as Norwegian black metal legend Abbath takes his new band of the same name to war with Bay Area metallic institution High on Fire, Ohio thrash powerhouse Skeletonwitch and Swedish progressive black/death prodigies Tribulation (with regional openers in select markets to be announced soon).
Discounts tickets are available for only $18 and they will deliver them to you!
The tour will begin on Friday, January 15th in Pittsburgh, PA and visit several major U.S. markets before coming to a close in Los Angeles, CA on February 12th. Please see below for all confirmed tour dates.
Mastodon is excited to have a limited webstore exclusive bundle to celebrate the video which includes the “Asleep in the Deep” t-shirt and 24″x36″ movie-style poster printed on 100# text paper featuring the exclusive art by Skinner.
SACRILEGE‘s 1985 debut album Behind The Realms of Madness garnered no small acclaim at the time of its release, but has since been heralded as a classic of the era and as a release that was far ahead of its time; artists like Bolt Thrower and Napalm Death have even cited the album as an enormous influence on their music.
Twiztid Unleashes Short-Film ‘A Place In The Woods’ featuring Horror Greats Sid Haig and Kane Hodder
TWIZTID have often toed into the world of horror films over the course of the last several years, and “A Place In The Woods” is just one step further into the horror film world for Madrox and Monoxide. “This video is another successful step closer to making horror films! Buckle up because the ride has just begun,” states Monoxide.
Features killer artwork from Nev for both albums and a foldout poster containing full lyrics. For fans of Abscess, Circle Jerks, The Dead Boys, D.R.I., Eat My Fuk, GG Allin, Motorhead, The Ramones and Sex Pistols.
Extreme metalcore merchants Suicide Silence will release a digital-only EP,Sacred Words, October 23 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
The bottom line is that artists and songwriters are not being paid and fans of Victory’s artists cannot listen to the music.