DECEASED And SUPERCHRIST To Team Up For 'Slaves To The Grave' Tour
Underground death metal legends DECEASED and Chicago beer-metal derelicts SUPERCHRIST will join forces on the "Slaves To The Grave" tour in April 2010. SUPERCHRIST frontman Chris Black commented, "We did two shows with DECEASED last year, and the combination was intense. It will be our pleasure to bring this package to some of our favorite cities in April. Tell your ears, necks, and livers to beware!"
DECEASED's King Fowley added, "This is DECEASED's 25th anniversary together, and we will be touring the U.S. all year in celebration. We are taking the speed and horror to the people and putting smiles on everyone's graves! Come on out with us and the 'CHRIST for a real heads-down, blood-pressure-up experience!"
"Slaves To The Grave" tour dates:
April 16 - Obrien's Pub - Allston (Boston) MA
April 17 - Union Pool - Brooklyn NY
April 18 - Kung Fu Necktie - Philadelphia PA
April 19 - Sidebar - Baltimore MD
April 20 - Krug's Place - Frederick MD
April 21 - Smiling Moose - Pittsburgh PA
April 22 - Peabody's - Cleveland OH
April 23 - Mac's Bar - Lansing MI
April 24 - Red Line Tap - Chicago IL
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