Napalm Death - Co-Headlining Tour With The Black Dahlia Murder


Napalm Death and The Black Dahlia Murder are joining forces on the Abysmal Predator USA tour. The upcoming tour de force is set to begin November 1st. The co-headliner tour also features Abnormality, Pig Destroyer, Misery Index, and Power Trip as support on select performances.

The Black Dahlia Murder comments: "It is our great pleasure to once again reunite with our long-time pals in Napalm Death; we really hit it off with them when we were just little tykes on our first-ever European tour so many years ago. To this day, Napalm remain a vital force in music and are some of my absolute heroes. It feels great to finally be able to announce this amazing line-up we've been brewing... Keeping a secret this good was killing me inside! All of the bands are absolutely killer and we couldn't be more proud to be considered a part of this elite. We'll see you this fall, bring your helmet!"




Tour dates:

Pig Destroyer (Nov. 13-15), Misery Index (Nov. 1-11), Power Trip (Nov. 12-21), Abnormality (Nov. 1-21)

Nov. 1 - Farmington, NM - Top Deck
Nov. 2 - Phoenix, AZ - Club Red
Nov. 3 - Santa Ana, CA - Observatory
Nov. 4 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent
Nov. 5 - San Francisco, CA - The Chapel
Nov. 7 - Salt Lake City, UT - Depot
Nov. 8 - Denver, CO - Summit Music Hall
Nov. 9 - Kansas City, MO - Riot Room
Nov. 10 - Chicago, IL - Bottom Lounge
Nov. 11 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Ballroom
Nov. 12 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
Nov. 13 - Baltimore, MD - Sound Stage
Nov. 14 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
Nov. 15 - New York, NY - Les Poisson Rouge
Nov. 16 - Greensboro, NC - Arizona Pete's
Nov. 17 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
Nov. 19 - Houston, TX - Numbers
Nov. 20 - San Antonio, TX - Rock Box
Nov. 21 - Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey

Source: metalblade.com
Band profile: Napalm Death
 
Posted: 30.08.2016 by BloodTears


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30.08.2016 - 21:07
The Batlord
And of course they're nowhere near me. I'm okay to cool with Black Dahlia Murder, but their vocalist is a beast on stage, and Napalm Death would be a hell of a fucking show. I'll console myself by seeing Slayer, Anthrax, and Death Angel.
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Bands that suck: Dream Theater, Dragonforce, Pink Floyd, Pearl Jam, the folk rock half of Led Zeppelin, 99% of thrash metal bands from the turn of the century, Mumford & Sons, any death metal band influenced by Necrophagist.

That is all for now.
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30.08.2016 - 21:25
Ugwemubwem Ossas
China was a neat
Sounds like a weird pair-up to me. BDM alongside titans like ND.
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31.08.2016 - 21:48
WinterMadness
Written by Ugwemubwem Ossas on 30.08.2016 at 21:25

Sounds like a weird pair-up to me. BDM alongside titans like ND.


Yeah, the godfathers of grindcore co-headlining with a band I'd describe generously as "Melodeath Lite­" seems a little odd, but it'd still be a hell of a show. Regardless of my musical opinions regarding BDM, by all accounts they are excellent live.
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31.08.2016 - 23:24
The Batlord
Written by WinterMadness on 31.08.2016 at 21:48

Written by Ugwemubwem Ossas on 30.08.2016 at 21:25

Sounds like a weird pair-up to me. BDM alongside titans like ND.


Yeah, the godfathers of grindcore co-headlining with a band I'd describe generously as "Melodeath Lite­" seems a little odd, but it'd still be a hell of a show. Regardless of my musical opinions regarding BDM, by all accounts they are excellent live.


Older bands are always going out with younger bands that seem inappropriate. It's just business. Black Dahlia Murder has a lot of fans who don't give a shit about Napalm Death, so it makes perfect sense for them to court those people, especially since their two forms of metal really aren't all that far removed in a general sense. BDM might have a heavy melodeath and deathcore influence, but they still sound like a death metal band more or less.
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Bands that suck: Dream Theater, Dragonforce, Pink Floyd, Pearl Jam, the folk rock half of Led Zeppelin, 99% of thrash metal bands from the turn of the century, Mumford & Sons, any death metal band influenced by Necrophagist.

That is all for now.
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