According to reports here and here, the 2015 edition of THE DECIBEL TOUR will include At the Gates, Converge, and Vallenfyre, plus one more band yet to be announced. This news was apparently divulged by Richard Christy on Saturday night on stage during the “Decibel Takes Manhattan” show, which featured Amon Amarth, Sabaton, and Vallenfyre.
I haven’t seen any more information than what is reported above, but this is exciting news. I’ll now have my fingers crossed, except for those rare occasions when I need those fingers for something else, that this thing will stop in Seattle.
That is all.
UPDATE: The tour schedule has now been announced. Here it is (I can un-cross my fingers):
Friday, March 27 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
Saturday, March 28 San Francisco, CA The Regency Ballroom
Sunday, March 29 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
Monday, March 30 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
Tuesday, March 31 Seattle, WA Showbox at the Market
Thursday, April 2 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
Friday, April 3 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
Saturday, April 4 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Street
Sunday, April 5 Minneapolis, MN Mill City Nights
Monday, April 6 Chicago, IL House of Blues
Wednesday, April 8 Toronto, ON The Phoenix
Thursday, April 9 Montreal, QC Metropolis
Friday, April 10 Boston, MA Royale
Saturday, April 11 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
Sunday, April 12 New York, NY Webster Hall
Tickets are available here.
CHICAGO DATE IS 17+. WHICH MEANS I’M FUCKING GOING. FUCK YEAH.
Also, I will say I kinda had a gut feeling/guess that ATG was gonna headline the tour, just based on the poster (kinda reminds me of the AWwR art in parts), and their good relationship with Decibel, and the fact that the similarly-situated (good relationship with Decibel, touring on reunion album) Carcass headlined last year.
no surprise this one isn’t stopping anywhere near me, oh well 🙂
I know your pain – this is the first one I’ll hopefully be able to go to, having relocated from a twelfth-tier market (San Diego) to a first-tier one (Chicago).
God damn tuesday again. Stoked its at the showbox again though, makes for such a great night in downtown Seattle.