Nov 112014


Just minutes ago, Poland’s Behemoth posted an announcement on their Facebook page that they will be co-headlining a North American tour this winter with Cannibal Corpse, with support from Aeon and Tribulation from Sweden. The tour starts on January 28 in New Orleans and concludes on March 7 in Ft. Lauderdale. It includes six Canadian dates as well as stops in 21 U.S. states.

You will be delighted to know that the tour stops in Seattle, because whatever makes me happy necessarily makes you happy.

What a fucking pleasant way to begin the new year. General admission tickets go on sale this Friday and VIP tickets are on sale now — here. The full schedule of dates is as follows:

01/28 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
01/29 Houston, TX House of Blues
01/30 Austin, TX Mohawk
01/31 Dallas, TX House of Blues
02/02 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
02/03 Denver, CO The Summit Music Hall
02/05 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
02/06 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
02/07 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
02/08 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
02/10 Seattle, WA El Corazon
02/11 Vancouver, BC Comodore Ballroom
02/13 Edmonton, AB Union Hall
02/14 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall
02/16 Winnipeg, MB The Garrick
02/17 Minneapolis, MN Mill City Nights
02/18 Madison, WI Orpheum Theatre
02/20 Chicago, IL House of Blues
02/21 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room
02/22 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
02/23 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall
02/24 Toronto, ON The Phoenix
02/25 Montreal, QC Metropolis
02/27 Boston, MA House of Blues
02/28 New York, NY Webster Hall
03/01 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of the Living Arts
03/02 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
03/03 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore
03/05 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
03/06 Tampa, FL Janus Landing
03/07 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution


  1. Not gonna lie, I’m most excited about Tribulation being on this. They blew Watain out of the water on their tour last year, and their most recent album is one of the best death metal records in years.

  2. Always happy to see Corpse live (again, and again) and Behemoth (again). Aeon would be the band I’d be most excited for, however, as I’ve not seen them. Though it’s irrelevant, this tour isn’t coming anywhere near me.

  3. Aaaaaaaand now I know where I’ll be on the night of February 20th.

  4. dang, i would’ve loved to have seen Aeon and Cannibal Corpse : (

  5. Yet another great tour hitting Seattle on a Tuesday. Is there a law or something I don’t know about?
    Pretty killer lineup, may have to take that day off.

    • You get a little of this, you get a little of that. Big tours roll in here and play in shoebox-sized venues, but then they do it in the middle of the week so you’ll feel like shit the next morning.

      • I’m convinced there’s some kind of conspiracy. Too many occurrences to be a coincidence. This just screams Illuminati.

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