Venomous Concept (Napalm Death, Brutal Truth) have booked their first ever North American headlining run for September. Dates for the trek run as follows:
With Kill The Client:
September 15th San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick (feat. Murder Construct) September 16th Hollywood, CA – Viper Room (feat. Murder Construct) September 17th San Francisco, CA – Thee Parkside (feat. Murder Construct) September 18th Portland, OR – Satyricon (feat. Elitist) September 19th Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
September 20th Chicago, IL – Double Door September 21st Detroit, MI – Blondie’s September 23rd Brooklyn, NY – Club Europa (feat. Strong Intention, Villains) September 24th Montreal, QC – Katacombes (feat. Fistfuck) September 25th Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dee’s (feat. Murdersquad)
Speaking on the tour, guitarist Shane Embury (also of Napalm Death) offered the following update:
“We are really excited to be doing our first ever U.S. tour as VENOMOUS CONCEPT. It’s been hectic with Napalm being so busy playing shows everywhere, but we are finally going to play 11 shows in the U.S. and four in Japan to support our Poisoned Apple record which came out last year. The shows in Japan are also with Napalm Death and Dying Fetus, so its double duties for me every night down there but that’s going to be a lot of fun.
The live shows are going to be a smash of West Coast/Japanese and Euro style hardcore from our favorite period – the late and great Eighties so it’s going to get messy! We’ll be playing a few new tunes from our forthcoming split with Wolfbrigade too.
Once this tour in the U.S. is done Napalm Death will be heading to Europe with Waking The Cadaver, Macabre and Immolation for five weeks. It’s a short but sweet break for X-mas and then we start rehearsing material for our new album. Believe me it is going to be crazier than the last.”
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