Death metal pioneers SUFFOCATION and labelmates death dealers DECREPIT BIRTH have joined the lineup of The Black Dahlia Murder’s Nightbringers North American Tour. Read on for all the tour dates to see if these metal monsters will destroy a town near you!

From The Press Release

This Fall, labelmates New York death metal pioneers, SUFFOCATION, and Santa Cruz CA’s tech-death masters, DECREPIT BIRTH, will join THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER on their 31-date Nightbringers North American Tour.

The tour kicks off on October 6th at the Montage Music Hall and wraps up at Diamond Pub Concert Hall on November 11th. SUFFOCATION will have Frank Mullen perform at select shows. EXHUMED will also join the package for a handful of dates. Opening the tour will be Bay Area death-dealers NECROT and Vancouver’s WORMWITCH.

SUFFOCATION comments, “We’re really stoked to be going out with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER. Supporting both of our new releases, and in support of the Nuclear Blast 30th Anniversary, this tour is going to crush! Nothing but good times and lots of fun for this group of bands, AND fans. So, come out to a show and hang out with us!”
Matt Sotelo of DECREPIT BIRTH comments, “We are very stoked to announce that Matthew Paulazzo, drummer of THE ZENITH PASSAGE and AEGAEON will be helping us behind the drum kit on our upcoming tour with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and SUFFOCATION. He is quite an amazing drummer, and we can’t wait to shred it up on stage with him!”


Watch Matthew Paulazzo‘s drum play-through video for DECREPIT BIRTH‘s “Hieroglyphic” here:

SUFFOCATION will touring in support of their new album …Of The Dark Light. On November 4th, the band will perform at this year’s Ozzfest Meets Knottest resulting in missing 2 dates before returning to the tour package. Check out the lyrics video for “Return To The Abyss” on the Nuclear Blast YouTube Channel! 

DECREPIT BIRTH also released a new album, Axis Mundi, which they will be touring in support of. Check out the lyric video for “Hieroglyphic” on the Nuclear Blast YouTube Channel.

Tickets for the Nightbringers North America Tour are now on sale at the various outlets.

Confirmed dates for the Nightbringers North America Tour:
10/06/2017  Montage Music Hall – Rochester, NY
10/07/2017  Revolution Sunday – Lowell, MA
10/08/2017  Revolution Nightclub – Poughkeepsie, NY
10/10/2017  Highline Ballroom – New York, NY
10/11/2017  Debonair Music Hall – Teaneck, NJ
10/12/2017  Ram’s Head Live – Baltimore, MD
10/13/2017  One Center Square – Easton, PA
10/14/2017  The Chameleon – Lancaster, PA
10/16/2017  Les Foufounes Electriques – Montreal, QC CANADA
10/17/2017  Bronson Center – Ottawa, ON CANADA
10/18/2017  Opera House – Toronto, ON CANADA
10/19/2017  The Music Factory – Battle Creek, MI
10/20/2017  The Forge – Joliet, IL
10/21/2017  Piere’s – Ft Wayne, IN
10/22/2017  Delmar Hall – Louis, MO
10/23/2017  The Slowdown – Omaha, NE
10/25/2017  Q & Z Expo Center – Ringle, WI
10/26/2017  Pyramid Cabaret – Winnipeg, MB CANADA
10/27/2017  The Exchange – Regina, SK CANADA
10/28/2017  Starlite – Edmonton, AB CANADA
10/29/2017  Marquee – Calgary, AB CANADA
10/31/2017  Rickshaw Theater – Vancouver, BC CANADA
11/01/2017  Studio Seven – Seattle, WA*
11/02/2017  HIFI Music Hall – Eugene, OR*
11/03/2017  Vinyl at Hard Rock – Lake Tahoe, NV*  
11/04/2017  Phoenix Theater – Petaluma, CA*#
11/04/2017  Ozzfest Meets Knotfest – San Bernardino, CA ^
11/05/2017  KnotFest – San Bernardino, CA*#  
11/06/2017  Club Red – Mesa, AZ*
11/07/2017  Hard Rock Café – Las Vegas, NV
11/09/2017  Diamond Ballroom  – Oklahoma City, OK
11/10/2017  Zydeco – Birmingham, AL
11/11/2017  Diamond Pub Concert Hall – Louisville, KY

A good four years separate rager Pinnacle of Bedlam from new killer Of the Dark Light. But it wasn’t always like this. Back in the ‘90s, Suffocation maniacs waited, at most, two years between old and new fixes of New York-styled brutality. Landmark full-length Effigy of the Forgotten was only two years removed from debut EP, Human Waste. Likewise, Breeding the Spawn slayed posers and pretenders a year and a half after Effigy of the Forgotten blueprinted Suffocation into the history books. And Pierced from Within, the wickedest death metal put to tape in the mid-‘90s, slammed fist first into mediocrity and mundanity two years after Breeding the Spawn. Clearly, there were times when Suffocation’s march towards total annihilation was fast and furious.
Frank Mullen
– Vocals
Kevin Muller / Vocals
Terrance Hobbs | guitars
Charles Errigo | guitars
Derek Boyer | bass
Eric Morotti | drums
For the better part of their 16-year existence, California-based death metallers DECREPIT BIRTH haven’t followed the rules. From debut album, 2003’s …And Time Begins, to new album, Axis Mundi, they’ve shuffled the tried and true tenets of death metal into something defiantly other. Certainly, the Surf City denizens have written and continue to write brutally brutal music, but after years of purveying labyrinthine riffs and blasts at light-suffering speeds, they’ve transcended, they’ve transformed, they’ve gone beyond. DECREPIT BIRTH in 2017 aren’t entirely the same band that unfurled …And Time Begins in their twentysomethings.

Seven long years separate Polarity from Axis Mundi. The absence would kill the fan velocity of most bands. But not DECREPIT BIRTH. Even after 2014’s The Summer Slaughter Tour—the last time the West Coasters were on tour—the group’s legion of freaks have stayed true to their death metal masters, pleading and pining with regularity on social media for new technically-proficient savagery. That wait will soon be over with Axis Mundi.

Matt Sotelo – guitar
Bill Robinson – vocals
Samus Paulicelli – drums
Sean Martinez – bass

About Michael Juvinall (6692 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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