Decibel Magazine Tour

Decibel Magazine Tour 2014


The 2014 edition of the Decibel Magazine Tour will feature Liverpool’s seminal black metal and grindcore act Carcass, alongside heavyweights Gorguts, The Black Dahlia Murder, and Baltimore newcomers Noisem. A select handful of regional openers have been announced for select areas including Coke Bust (Washington DC), Die Choking (Philadelphia), Derketa (Pittsburgh), Murmer (Chicago), Vimana (Denver), Bastard Feast (Portland), GOG (Pheonix), and Maruta (Orlando).

Below is a sweep of what you can expect.


Guilty of producing Decibel Magazine‘s #1 album pick of 2013, Surgical Steel (Nuclear Blast), Carcass embark upon their first sustained domestic tour in five years. Pitchfork commented on the album “Surgical Steel succeeds brilliantly in its return-to-form mission. The record plays like a big, bloody kiss planted on the cheek of longtime fans; at the same time, it’s clearly a selfish statement, the overdue fulfillment of Walker and Steer’s desire to rewrite their pet project’s final chapter.”


Gorguts are touring in support of their critically-acclaimed album, Colored Sands (Season Of Mist) which is the band’s first studio effort since 2001. “Let me know if you can find a metal band that utilizes dissonance and technicality to a large degree that doesn’t cite Gorgut‘s masterful work as an influence..Enter Colored Sands, the long-awaited opus that exceeded the expectations of just about the entire metal community and became the strongest death metal release of 2013..”

The Black Dahlia Murder

The Black Dahlia Murder are currently supporting Everblack, the band’s sixth studio album released June of 2013 via Metal Blade Records. “It’s hard imagine any fan of The Black Dahlia Murder — or just good death metal — not enjoying Everblack. Maybe someday The Black Dahlia Murder will release an album full of material meant for mid-concert bathroom breaks, but this ain’t it.”


“Baltimore, MD-based death thrashers Noisem unleash their debut LP, Agony Defined, via hometown label A389. These kids (really, the members are between 15 and 20 years old) offer up a raw and manic amalgamation of ’80s thrash and ’90s death, combining the styles of Slayer and Kreator with Morbid Angel and Cannibal Corpse.”- Exclaim

Decibel Magazine Tour 2014 Tour Dates

Tues, March 18 / Orlando, FL / The Beachum Theater
Wed, March 19 / Atlanta, GA / Masquerade
Fri, March 21 / Dallas, TX / Prophet Bar
Sat, March 22 / Austin, TX / Mohawk
Mon, March 24 / Phoenix, AZ / The Press Room
Tue, March 25 / Santa Ana, CA / The Observatory
Wed, March 26 / San Francisco, CA / The Regency Ballroom
Fri, March 28 / Vancouver, BC / Commodore Ballroom
Sat, March 29 / Seattle, WA / Showbox Market
Sun, March 30 / Portland, OR / Roseland Theater
Wed, April 02 Denver, CO / Summit Music Hall
Fri, April 04 / Minneapolis, MN / Mill City Nights
Sat, April 05 / Chicago, IL / House Of Blues
Sun, April 06 / Columbus, OH / Newport Music Hall
Mon, April 07 / Pittsburgh, PA / Stage AE
Tue, April 08 / Toronto, ON / Sound Academy
Wed, April 09 / Montreal, QC / Metropolis
Thu, April 10 / Boston, MA / Paradise Rock Club
Fri, April 11 / New York, NY / Best Buy Theater
Sat, April 12 / Philadelphia, PA / Trocadero Theatre
Sun, April 13 / Silver Spring, MD / The Fillmore

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