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Napalm Death, Tombs, and more on the road together

Posted by Loren on January 30, 2020

Napalm Death, Tombs, and more on the road together
Napalm Death, Tombs, and more on the road together

The one and only Napalm Death has announced a 2020 tour, joined with support from The Locust, Nastie Band, Tombs, Aborted, and WVRM.

Tombs is set to release a new 6-song EP titled Monarchy of Shadows on Feb. 28 on Season of Mist. Tombs has two live dates of their own scheduled for late winter before the package tour kicks off on April 24 in Chicago.

Dates are listed below. SPB interviewed Tombs back in 2016 and The Locust's Justin Pearson shared thoughts on making music in this guest column that same year.

TOMBS Live Dates:

2/28: Long Branch, NJ @ Brighton Bar (Record Release Show)
3/20: Staten Island, NY @ Mother Pugs **No advanced tix, walk up only**


04/24: Chicago, IL @ Reggie's 
04/25: Toronto, ON @ Opera House
04/26: Ottawa, ON @ Brass Monkey 
04/28: Quebec City, QC @ La Source 
04/29: Montreal, QC @ Fairmount Theater
04/30: Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
05/01: Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
05/03: Washington, DC @ Black Cat
05/04: Durham, NC @ Motorco
05/06: Tampa, FL @ Orpheum 
05/07: Miami, FL @ Churchill's
05/08: Orlando, FL @ The Haven
05/09: Atlanta, GA @ 529
05/10: New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks 
05/11: San Antonio, TX @ Rock Box
05/13: Albuquerque, NM @ LaunchPad
05/14: Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
05/15: San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
05/16: Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

Monarchy of Shadows Track List:

1. Monarchy of Shadows (07:50)
2. Once Falls the Guillotine (04:44)
3. Necro Alchemy (05:45)
4. Man Behind the Sun – (06:00)
5. The Dark Rift – (05:59)
6. Path of Totality (Midnight Sun) (04:45)


Mike Hill – guitar / vocals
Justin Spaeth – drums /electronics
Drew Murphy – bass / vocals
Matt Medieiros – guitar / vocals

Napalm Death, Tombs, and more on the road together
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