Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016: Elder, Switchblade Jesus, Blackwulf and Sounds Like Murder Added to Lineup

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 16th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

I believe that with this announcement, the lineup for the Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016, set for Feb. 26 and 27 in Tucson, Arizona, is complete. But it’s a hell of an announcement to go out on, bringing Massachusetts trio Elder across the better part of the country to play as headliners for the second night of the fest, which puts them on par with no less than Yawning Man and Dead Meadow, who headline the night before — incredible company to keep — as well as adding Switchblade JesusBlackwulf and Sounds Like Murder to the bill. Entirely possible something will shift lineup-wise between now and February, but tickets are on sale early bird-style for those who’d like to get ahead of the game, and that’s not an impulse I could really argue against.

Here are two posters for the fest, as well as the latest info from the PR wire:

Back for its second year in a row, Borderland Fuzz Fiesta will once again bring the unmistakable sounds of Palm Desert, California and beyond to Tucson, Arizona. Curated by the Ruddell brothers of both Powered Wig Machine and Fuzz Evil, the show will take place on Friday, February 26th and Saturday, February 27th at 191 Toole in the heart of Tucson’s historic downtown.

More band announcements will be revealed soon, but as of now, here’s the lineup:

Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016 Official Lineup:

Friday, February 26th:
Dead Meadow
Yawning Man
Blaak Heat
3rd Ear Experience
Funeral Horse
Big Mean
Dead Canyon

Saturday, February 27th:
Switchblade Jesus
Dandy Brown (of Hermano)
Cloud Catcher
Sounds Like Murder
Fuzz Evil

*All bands will be accompanied by the Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show*

EARLY BIRD TWO-DAY PASSES (limited to 50) are $30 and can be purchased HERE:

Tickets for FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY are $20 and can be purchased HERE:

Tickets for SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY are $20 and can be purchased HERE:

Elder, Live at Psycho California 2015

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Take Over and Destroy Sign to Prosthetic Records

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 3rd, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

take over and destroy (Photo by Alex Bank Rollins)

Cheers and clinky-glasses to Arizona metallers Take Over and Destroy, who have newly inked a deal to release their next album — to be recorded early in 2016 — via Prosthetic Records. The five-piece have put in some significant road time since their debut, Rotten Tide (review here), came out in 2011, and that record’s follow-up, Endless Night (review here), found the then-sextet touring the country as genre-spanning aggressors seemingly hell bent on living up to their moniker. Signing to Prosthetic would seem to be another pivotal step in making that happen.

They’ll celebrate the recent victory on the road this month with Lament Cityscape. Tour dates and signing announcement follow from the PR wire:

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PROSTHETIC RECORDS is proud to announce the singing of Tempe, AZ’s diverse black & roll band, TAKE OVER AND DESTROY. The band is set to enter the studio in early 2016 with a summer release scheduled. Prior to recording their next LP, TAKE OVER AND DESTROY will hit the road to test out new material to their fans. The band comments:

“We’re excited to announce that the take over continues to grow as we join forces with Prosthetic Records. We’ve finished putting the final touches on the new album and will enter the studio first thing next year. Be ready to spin a new Take Over And Destroy record in 2016! Come see us play this material live for the first time ever as we execute our tour with Lament Cityscape across the southern United States.”

Since 2008, TAKE OVER AND DESTROY has been relentlessly pushing the boundaries of heavy music. With an amalgamation of eclectic tastes: death metal, classic rock, doom, death rock, black metal and horror scores, TOAD has established itself as a truly unique entity, both sonically and aesthetically. The five members’ collective obsession with cinema results in their incorporation of the moody undertones of classic film scores into the raw power and energy of heavy metal and rock and roll.

11/11 Mesa, AZ – The Nile Underground (w/Twitching Tongues)
11/27 Tempe, AZ – Yucca Room #
11/28 Tucson, AZ – Skybar #
11/29 El Paso, TX – The Sandbox #
11/30 Lubbock, TX – The District #
12/1 Austin, TX – The Lost Well #
12/2 San Antonio, TX – Bottom Bracket #
12/3 Houston, TX – Black Barbie #
12/4 Lafayette, LA – Heffe’s Saloon #
12/5 New Orleans, LA – TBA #
12/6 Ocean Spring, MS – The Juke Joint #
12/7 Jacksonville, FL – The Birdhouse #
12/8 Greenville, SC – TBA #
12/9 Atlanta, GA – 529 #
12/10 Nashville, TN – East Room #
12/11 Little Rock, AR – Vino’s #
12/12 Fayetteville, AR – Ryleigh’s #
12/13 Tulsa, Ok – Soundpony #
12/14 Albuquerque, NM – The Launchpad #
12/15 Flagstaff, AZ – The Green Room #
# with Lament Cityscape

Alex Bank Rollins – guitar
Nate Garrett – guitar
Andrew Leemont – vocals/keys
Pete Porter – bass
Jason Tomaszewski – drums

Take Over and Destroy, Live at the Saint Vitus Bar, 2013

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Borderland Fuzz Fiesta Adds Dead Meadow and Yawning Man as Headliners

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 30th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

Following up on what we found out from Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016 earlier this month, the Tucson-based desert and heavy rock fest has let loose two more big names for its lineup. Reportedly they still have a headliner for Saturday to announce sometime between now and February — should be plenty of time to do so — but with Dead Meadow and Yawning Man joining the previously-announced likes of Blaak HeatZed3rd Ear ExperienceFuneral HorseBig MeanWaxyFuzz EvilDandy BrownCloud Catcher and Dead Canyon, the weekend’s roster stretches further sonically and upward in profile. I’m very curious to find out who that other headliner will be.

Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016 is set for Feb. 26 and 27 191 Toole in Tucson. The latest info off the PR wire follows here:

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Dead Meadow, Yawning Man, Waxy & More To Play Tucson’s BORDERLAND FUZZ FIESTA

Back for its second year in a row, Borderland Fuzz Fiesta will once again bring the unmistakable sounds of Palm Desert, California and beyond to Tucson, Arizona. Curated by the Ruddell brothers of both Powered Wig Machine and Fuzz Evil, the show will take place on Friday, February 26th and Saturday, February 27th at 191 Toole in the heart of Tucson’s historic downtown.

More band announcements will be revealed soon, but as of now, here’s the lineup:

Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016 Official Lineup:

Friday, February 26th:
Dead Meadow
Yawning Man
Blaak Heat
3rd Ear Experience
Funeral Horse
Big Mean
Dead Canyon

Saturday, February 27th:
Dandy Brown (of Hermano)
Cloud Catcher
Fuzz Evil

*All bands will be accompanied by the Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show*

EARLY BIRD TWO-DAY PASSES (limited to 50) are $30 and can be purchased HERE:

Tickets for FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY are $20 and can be purchased HERE:

Tickets for Saturday night will be released when the headliner is announced.

Yawning Man, “Perpetual Oyster” Live at Cobraside Records, June 2016

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Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016 Announces Initial Lineup; Funeral Horse, Waxy, Dandy Brown, Blaak Heat Shujaa, 3rd Ear Experience, Cloud Catcher and Fuzz Evil to Play

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 1st, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

As noted here in August, the 2016 Borderland Fuzz Fiesta will take place Feb. 26-27, expanding from one day to two, in Tucson, Arizona. It will be held at 191 Toole. Aside from seeing the return of the Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show, the second installment of the heavy rock fest boasts a range of Southwestern styles, from the desert psych of Blaak Heat Shujaa — one wonders if their new album might be ready by then? — to the punked-up garage strangeness of Funeral HorseHermano‘s Dandy Brown will also make an appearance, and though the headliner and main support act(s) have yet to be unveiled, it already looks like a damn good time.

More to come as we get closer to the fest itself, still some five months out, but today brothers Wayne Rudell and Joseph Rudell announce the initial lineup and unveil the official poster by the latter’s own Ghost Town Graphics. The central theme? The desert. Makes me wonder in a big way who might be headlining this thing, since it’s looking pretty sandy even as it just gets going.

Dig it:

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Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016 – First Announcements

We are excited about this year. We have brought in alot of bands I think fans of Stoner Rock, and Psych will love to see. We will have some more announcements in about a month or so for the support and headliners. We will also have info for limited early bird tickets and two day passes.

The flyer design was by Joseph Rudell with his company Ghost Town Graphics. People also might recognize his art from Ripple’s Second Coming of Heavy Series which GTG has been contracted to do the whole series.

Borderland Fuzz Fiesta 2016
Headliner TBA
Main Support TBA
Dandy Brown (Hermano)
Blaak Heat Shujaa
3rd Ear Experience
Cloud Catcher
Funeral Horse
Fuzz Evil

Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show

More performance announcements to follow.

Waxy, Live at 420 Desert Jams

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Borderland Fuzz Fiesta Set for Feb. 26 & 27, 2016

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 31st, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

wayne rudell (Photo by Shay Smith)

Helmed by brothers Wayne and Joseph Rudell, the Arizona-based Borderland Fuzz Fiesta has announced its second installment will take place on Feb. 26 and 27, 2016. The Rudells, who double (and triple, I suppose) in Sierra Vista outfits Powered Wig Machine and Fuzz Evil hosted the first Borderland Fuzz Fiesta earlier this year and pulled in the formidable likes of Wo Fat, Mos Generator and Fireball Ministry to headline the bill, which also had Powered Wig Machine, Goatroper, Skulldron, Yeti Ender, Asimov, Conqueror Worm and Methra on its packed one-day lineup.

Immediately the next Borderland Fuzz Fiesta will expand the scope. Doesn’t seem unreasonable to think that the Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show will make a return appearance — schedule permitting; that dude gets around — and while no bands have been announced yet, already we know that the fest is going from one day to two, so you might say it’s twice as big. Like its predecessor, the 2016 edition will be held in Tucson, which also plays home to the autumnal Southwest Terror Fest, and Wayne Rudell sent along the following announcement confirming the dates.

With the caveat of more to come, here’s what he had to say:

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Borderland Fuzz Fiesta Announces Dates for 2016

Tucson, AZ 8/28/2015

“My brother Joseph and I are very thankful for how great the first year of Borderland Fuzz Fiesta turned out. We want to thank all the bands and all the fans from Tucson and afar who helped to make the first year so successful.

“Our goal is to keep making strides with the festival to make it bigger and better each year. We have begun planning next year’s fest; it will be a two day event that takes place in downtown Tucson Feb 26th-Feb 27th. Announcements to come for early band confirmations in the following months.”

Wayne Rudell

Fireball Ministry, Live at Borderland Fuzz Fiesta, Feb. 21, 2015

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Goya, Obelisk: An Invitation to Burn

Posted in audiObelisk, Reviews on July 21st, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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[Please note: Press play above to stream Goya’s Obelisk in full. Album is out Aug. 1 on STB Records (CD & tape; LP to follow). Thanks to the band and label for letting me host the stream.]

Obelisk is the well-titled second full-length offering from Phoenix, Arizona, three-piece Goya. Set for release through respected purveyor STB Records, it follows 2013’s 777 debut and their initial 2012 demo (review here), as well as a 2014 EP, Satan’s Fire (review here), and an early 2015 split with Seattle’s Wounded Giant (review here) that found them dug deep into Electric Wizard-style plod on the extended “No Place in the Sky.” What was an early version of the track there is refined on Obelisk and given due reverence in its position as the 14-minute closer, following a swath of dirge riffing, devil-worship and malevolent churn.

I can’t quite decide if the album knows how much fun it’s having as it conjures its darkened chaos-swirl, but suffice it to say, a song like opener “Nothin’ but Dead Stuff” might not be a laugher in terms of its lyrics, but from the opening watery guitar provided by Jeff Owens (also vocals) that unfolds Oborn-again over the swinging ride of drummer Nick LoseJirix-Mie Paz plays bass on the record but seems to have since been replaced by Ben Clarkson — to the penultimate “Echo from Space” interlude of feedback before “No Place in the Sky” takes hold, it becomes abundantly clear that Goya are absolutely dug into the grooves of their own making and are enjoying the crap out of the heavy roll they enact across Obelisk‘s nine-track/55-minute span.

That being the case makes it much easier to follow suit. Goya have their variety in structure and approach — the aforementioned “Echo from Space” serves well as a late interlude, and the quiet ritualized vibe of “The Star” after second track “The Devil’s Pray” does likewise, while “300 Eyes” cuts to the heart of their songwriting with an acoustic modus and layered vocals and “The Sun,” which follows, is a standout for its speed alone — but the crux of Obelisk‘s overarching atmosphere and the impression it leaves resides in cuts like “Nothin’ but Dead Stuff,” “The Devil’s Prey,” “Beyond Good and Evil” and “No Place in the Sky,” Goya making a case to establish their own witchcult in bouncing riffs and Satanihilist vibing. Taken on their surface, these parts of Obelisk aren’t especially surprising — 777, Satan’s Fire, that Wounded Giant split and even the early demo carried a similar influence base, but it’s what the trio have managed to bring to it of their own that distinguishes their work.

To wit, the patience of the 7:46 title-track, “Obelisk,” becomes a defining moment for more than the simple fact that the song also shares its name with the album. Its slow unfurling is deceptively graceful, and while one hesitates to call Goya subtle since that doesn’t really seem to be what they’re going for, they’ve cleverly managed to begin a process whereby having mastered their influences, they’re starting to move beyond them. That’s not necessarily a one-album process, but if you listen to the shifts between “Obelisk,” “300 Eyes,” “The Sun” and “Beyond Good and Evil,” it becomes clear there’s more to the band’s approach than buzzsaw tones and space-echo vocals.

goya (photo by Chas McElmury)

Not to say neither of those elements aren’t present and/or put to good use, just that they’re not exclusives for the band at this stage in their development. The effect that has is that when the quicker push of “The Sun” gives way to the lumbering, weighted crash of “Beyond Good and Evil,” the latter is all the more righteous. Likewise, back on side A, the gradual buildup of “Obelisk” is all the more worth appreciating after “The Devil’s Pray” and “The Star” lead into it — bottom line: the album isn’t short at 55 minutes, but it is impeccably structured to highlight Goya‘s tonal and conceptual strengths. When it comes around, “No Place in the Sky” fuzzes to life with Owens‘ guitar setting the pace and sets itself to the complex task of tying the various sides of Obelisk together.

Cohesive as the album is atmospherically — and it is — that’s not an easy task to ask of one song, even at 14 minutes. Still, “No Place in the Sky” reinforces the mood the band has worked with for the duration, the godlessness that served as theme in “The Devil’s Prey” and “Beyond Good and Evil,” and the rolling rhythms of those tracks and the opener without losing sight of making its own impression, which it does in the second half centering around memorable cycles through and around the line, “It doesn’t fucking matter.” I’m not sure the fuckall is quite the guiding principle the band would have the listener believe — if it was, they probably wouldn’t have paid so much attention to the flow of the record between its songs — but you gotta end somewhere and, as I say, “No Place in the Sky” makes for a memorable finish, rounding out its last minute with a slowdown and crash that lets the amp buzz carry Obelisk to its conclusion.

What will be a readily accessible listen for the already converted, Goya‘s second offers evidence of growth undertaken, provides glimpses of what might develop down the line, finds the band reveling in their processes and hits like a hammer made of pills. There is little one might ask of it that it does not deliver.

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Fuzz Evil Premiere Non-Album Exclusive Track “Born of Iron”

Posted in audiObelisk on July 7th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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When Fuzz Evil‘s debut album arrives early in 2016, “Born of Iron” probably won’t be on it. That’s the whole idea. The Arizona three-piece made their debut late last year via a split 7″ with Chiefs (streamed here), and as much as the trio of guitarist/vocalist Wayne Rudell, bassist/vocalist Joey Rudell and drummer Marlin Tuttle have done to support that single, between touring alongside Switchblade Jesus earlier this year and founding and overseeing the inaugural Borderlands Fuzz Fiesta in Tucson, one imagines their full-length will hit with some fanfare. You might say it’s starting early with the premiere below of “Born of Iron.”

The six-minute fuzzblaster, as I said, isn’t intended for Fuzz Evil‘s LP, which will be released on Battleground Records, but from what I understand, the recording is complete. Album’s in the can. “Born of Iron,” with its easy rolling groove, weighted nod and last-minute wah overload, was cut at the same session, and a celebration of their two-year anniversary as a band and as a precursor to any concrete word about the full-length — up to and including its title, which has yet to be revealed — the Rudells (who both also play in Powered Wig Machine) and Tuttle, have decided to give the song away. In addition to the premiere on the player below, it will also be available as a name-your-price download through their Bandcamp, where one can also pick up the aforementioned split with Chiefs.

If you happen to be in that part of the universe, Fuzz Evil will be supporting Acid King at this year’s Southwest Terror Fest the weekend of Oct. 15-18 in Tucson, and no doubt more shows will surface between now and then as well. “Born of Iron” is up for digging in below, and underneath that, Wayne Rudell offers some comment on the first two years of Fuzz Evil and what the trio have been through in that time.

Please enjoy:

Wayne Rudell on Fuzz Evil’s second anniversary:

“I can’t believe it has been two years. It really has been a non-stop party with Fuzz Evil. We have such a great chemistry and we have been writing a lot of music. The band really hit the ground running from the start and a lot a lot of great opportunities opened up for us. We got picked up by Battleground Records, who put out our 7” split with Chiefs. Shortly after that, we shared the stage with Fu Manchu, Crobot,The Truckfighters. Nick Turner’s Hawkwind, Witch Mountain, Lord Dying, Jucifer, Midnight Ghost Train, Electric Citizen, Black Pussy,and Mothership. That’s a pretty surreal list of great artists to have performed with in the short period of time Fuzz Evil has been around. We like to stay pretty busy and have some pretty cool things on the horizon. We are really looking forward to playing Southwest Terror Fest this year with Acid King. I have always been a big fan of their stuff and am thankful for the the opportunity to play with such a talented band. I can’t reveal too much yet, but I can tell you Fuzz Evil will be making an appearance at this year’s Borderland Fuzz Fiesta. We are gonna try and get the new record out in time for the festival, but if it isn’t in the cards, you can expect it definitely around Spring 2016.”

The currently untitled Fuzz Evil full-length will be released by Battleground Records in early 2016 on 180 gram colored vinyl and digital. More details to come. Fuzz Evil/Chiefs split 7″ available at

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Destroyer of Light Premiere Lyric Video for “Electric Shadows”

Posted in Bootleg Theater on June 16th, 2015 by H.P. Taskmaster

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Tapping into grandiose classic doom and wah-drenched psychedelic heavy rock, Austin, Texas, four-piece Destroyer of Light are gearing up to release a new split 2LP with Godhunter that, as of today, is available to preorder through Battleground Records. Titled Endsville and limited to 300 copies available via Battleground and Destroyer of Light‘s Heavy Friends Records imprint, Endsville comprises four sides, two for one band, two for the other, each with original material and one cover track between them. No strangers to the road after having gone coast-to-coast last fall supporting their Bizarre Tales Vol. 2 EP, which was the follow-up to their 2012 self-titled debut (review here), Destroyer of Light will team up with Godhunter for a lengthy run of the East Coast this July/Aug. that includes a stop at the Death to False Metal festival in Connecticut on Aug. 15.

godhunter destroyer of light endsvilleA lot of information in that paragraph, so I’ll sum up — two good bands paired up for a split, preorders now, tour next month. Hopefully that sorts out the basics, which, if you’re going by “Electric Shadows,” which leads off their two-song side C of the Endsville vinyl, obviously aren’t a problem for Destroyer of Light. Guitarist/vocalist Steve Colca, guitarist Keegan Kjeldsen, bassist Jeff Klein and drummer Kelly Turner have their Sabbath worship down pat, but there’s more to the track for those who’d dig in, and over the course of its six minutes, they’re able to smoothly shift between wrenching doom and ’70s-style shuffle, a catchy boogie of a guitar lead taking hold in the second half to steer toward a surprisingly upbeat, if somewhat sudden, finish. The band prove just as ready to jam as doom out, and though they’re playing one side against the other, in the middle third of the track, they seem to find a riffy middle-ground that eases the transition, subtle effects swirls behind plodding riffs before Klein‘s bass announces the arrival at the next stage.

Endsville is out July 28, but “Electric Shadows” is available for those who’d check it out to hear in a new lyric video put together by Erik Bredthauer that I’m happy to be able to premiere today. You’ll find it on the player below, followed by the tracklisting for the split, the tour dates Destroyer of Light will undertake with Godhunter starting on July 29, and much more info, culled from the PR wire.

Hope you enjoy:

Destroyer of Light, “Electric Shadows” lyric video

GODHUNTER vs. DESTROYER OF LIGHT: Endsville Split Double-LP to see release in a gatefold setup on two different colors of vinyl through Battleground Records and Heavy Friends Records on July 28th, 2015.

Double album featuring brand new music from Godhunter and Destroyer of Light, plus a cover song from each band.

Godhunter (Sides A/B) pressed on 180 gram translucent green vinyl, Destroyer of Light (Sides C/D) pressed on 180 gram translucent red vinyl. Both records are housed together in a two pocket, deluxe gatefold package featuring art combining sculpture work by Bestia Dentro and photography by Andrew Weiss. Includes a digital download card for the album. Limited to 300 copies pressed worldwide.

Side A
1. End Time Blues
2. Divided States
3. Dull Knives, Weak Handshakes
Side B
4. Cassandra Complex
5. Anthropophobia
6. The Emptiness That Is Left

Destroyer of Light
Side C
1. Electric Shadows
2. Coffin Hunter
Side D
3. Forever My Queen
4. Valley Of The Dead

GODHUNTER vs. DESTROYER OF LIGHT: Endsville bears twenty minutes of new material and a cover track from each band. Tucson/Vancouver-situated sludge faction, GODHUNTER, captured the tunes for their platter at WaveLab Studios in Tucson by Dana Fehr (North, Juarez), the newest in a steady line of titles since their 2014-released debut LP, City Of Dust, including their GH/OST:S split LP with Secrets Of The Sky and The Outer Dark collaborative 7” with Amigo The Devil. The adjoining slab by Austin-based psychedelic doom outfit, DESTROYER OF LIGHT, follows the band’s 2012-released self-titled debut album and 2014’s Bizarre Tales Vol. II EP, recorded at Orb Recording Studios in Austin, engineered and mixed by Matt Meli. The entire album was then mastered by James Plotkin. The two 12” EPs will be united in a gatefold setup on two different colors of vinyl, in addition to a digital release, the cover artwork to feature custom sculpture art by Bestia Dentro and photography by Andrew Weiss.

Directly in conjunction with the release of Endsville, GODHUNTER and DESTROYER OF LIGHT will collaborate on a major widespread tour together, which will see them both raiding the East Coast US for the first time. While previously only the rough skeletal city itinerary of the trek has been announced, this week nearly every one of the twenty-five venues on the tour has been declared. The tour includes both bands’ participation in the first Death To False Metal Festival in Hamden, Connecticut on August 14th and 15th with Whiplash, Krieg, Secrets Of The Sky, Valkyrie, Imperial Triumphant, Nightbitch, Immortal Bird, Secret Cutter and more.

Godhunter and Destroyer of Light on tour:
7/29: Tucson, AZ – Club Congress
7/30: Tempe, AZ – Yucca Tap Room
7/31: El Paso, TX – The Sandbox
8/1: Albuquerque, NM – The Launchpad
8/2: Denver, CO – Seventh Circle
8/3: Omaha, NB – TBA
8/4: Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock
8/5: Chicago, IL – Livewire
8/6: Kalamazoo, MI – Fat Guy Fest
8/7: Indianapolis, IN – Fifth Quarter
8/8: Louisville, KY – Magnolia Bar
8/9: Raleigh, NC – Pour House
8/10: Charleston, WV – The Empty Glass
8/11: Pittsburgh, PA – Gooski’s
8/12: Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
8/13: New York, NY – Saint Vitus
8/14: Salem, MA – KoTo
8/15: New Haven, CT – Death To False Metal Festival
8/16: Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
8/17: Baltimore, MD – The Depot
8/18: Greenville, SC – Thomas Creek Brewery
8/19: Atlanta, GA – The Basement
8/20: Little Rock, AR – Vino’s
8/21: New Orleans, LA – Saturn Bar
8/22: Austin, TX – Holy Mountain

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