Deicide Announce U.S. Tour with Kataklysm and Internal Bleeding for August

While it’s cool to see tours being announced for 2021, it’s worth noting that there haven’t been any truly gnarly metal tours planned for the post-COVID world — at least, not until now. Today marks the first tour being announced for 2021 that’s a true sweaty, ugly, hard-drinking, bathroom-ruining metal tour. And it’s Deicide, with Kataklysm and Internal Bleeding, which means you might get hit so hard your vaccine come out.

“Glen Benton and I have been talking about both bands touring together for quite some time now,” says Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono, as reported via Blabbermouth. “We intended for this tour to happen last summer, but unfortunately got hit by the virus that paralyzed the world prior to announcing it. One year later, judging by the vaccine success and progress across the country, there’s finally a light at the end of the tunnel. So today, we are proud to announce one of the first metal packages to hit the road in the States since the pandemic. Deicide, Kataklysm and our friends in Internal Bleeding will take this first long-awaited step across the country. We plan to be there live and unconquered. Tickets are on sale today and will go fast. Get yours now!”

Act like a total maniac at one of the following dates:

8/5 – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL
8/6 – The Abbey – Orlando, FL
8/7 – Hell (The Masquerade) – Atlanta, GA
8/9 – Scout Bar – Houston, TX
8/10 – Come and Take it Live – Austin, TX
8/11 – Trees – Dallas, TX
8/12 – Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, NM
8/13 – Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
8/14 – 1720 – Los Angeles, CA
8/15 – Brick by Brick – San Diego, CA
8/16 – Goldfield Trading Post – Roseville, CA
8/18 – Mesa Theater – Grand Junction, CO
8/ 19 – Metro Music – Salt Lake City, UT
8/20 – Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
8/21 – The Riot Room – Kansas City, CO
8/22 – Reggie’s – Chicago, IL
8/23 – The Sanctuary – Detroit, MI
8/24 – The Crafthouse – Pittsburgh, PA
8/25 – Dingbatz – Clifton, NJ
8/26 – Jewel Nightclub – Manchester, NH
8/27 – Brooklyn Monarch – Brooklyn, NY
8/28 – Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
8/29 – Ground Zero- Spartanburg, SC

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Words by Chris Krovatin