Death announce winter tour

2014-08-07 by Jaime Silva | 44 Comments
Legendary metal act Death have announced a winter tour with Obituary, Massacre, and Rivers of Nihil as support. The tour will feature a reincarnated version of the band, dubbed
Death DTA (Death to All), and will have a lineup comprised mostly of previous members of the band. The tour is known as the Swamp Leper Stomp '14 Tour and kicks off November 14th
in Los Angeles.

Check out the dates below:

Nov 14 Los Angeles, CA Club Nokia
Nov 15 Ramona, CA Ramona Mainstage
Nov 16 San Francisco, CA DNA Lounge
Nov 18 Seattle, WA Studio Seven
Nov 19 Vancouver, BC The Rickshaw Theatre w/ Untimely Demise
Nov 21 Calgary, AB MacEwan Ballroom w/ Untimely Demise
Nov 22 Regina, SK Riddell Centre w/ Untimely Demise
Nov 23 Winnipeg, MB Park Theatre w/ Untimely Demise
Nov 24 St. Paul, MN Amsterdam Bar & Hall w/ Untimely Demise
Nov 25 Chicago, IL Metro
Nov 26 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre and Ballroom
Nov 27 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Hall
Nov 28 Montreal, QC Club Soda
Nov 29 Allston, MA Brighton Music Hall
Nov 30 New York, NY Best Buy Theatre
Dec 03 North Springfield, VA Empire
Dec 04 Charlotte, NC Tremont Music Hall
Dec 05 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
Dec 06 Tampa, FL Orpheum
Dec 07 Miami, FL Grand Central
Dec 09 Houston, TX Fitzgerald’s (Death only)
Dec 10 Austin, TX Dirty Dog (Death only)
Dec 11 Dallas, TX Trees (Death only)
Dec 12 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad (Death only)
Dec 13 Tempe, AZ Club Red (Death only)

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ReAnimator
August 6th 2014
341 Comments


Playing on my birthday, whattt

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BMDrummer
August 6th 2014
11816 Comments


heard about this yesterday, sounds cool

emester
August 6th 2014
5549 Comments


I hate best buy theater but still may go regardless

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Hawks
August 6th 2014
36771 Comments


This should be sweet.

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emester
August 6th 2014
5549 Comments


Nice dig Hawks

Hawks
August 6th 2014
36771 Comments


Fuck yeah. m/

Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
August 6th 2014
7032 Comments


Fuck they're actually coming to where I live! Chuck or no Chuck I'm buying my tickets tonight.

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evilford
August 6th 2014
25168 Comments


hm might hit up Chicago show?

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sonictheplumber
August 6th 2014
5352 Comments


doubt i'll find anyone to go with but cool anyway

pbass0
August 6th 2014
541 Comments


cleveland is going to be boomin with concerts this fall. death, anberlin, mineral, rise against, ect...

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
August 6th 2014
22447 Comments


fucking finally they come to miami

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Lowder91bird
August 6th 2014
594 Comments


I'll probably try to go to the show at Tremont.

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MeatSalad
August 6th 2014
15672 Comments


De calg

BlackLlama
August 6th 2014
1758 Comments


Fuck year. DTA was incredible last year. The Best Buy in NYC is a great place to see a show.

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YoYoMancuso
August 6th 2014
11443 Comments


The Metro is a killer venue ford you should check it

beefshoes
August 6th 2014
5228 Comments


They are going to be in Charlotte during fucking finals week.


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Xenorazr
August 6th 2014
466 Comments


Coming to my state on my birthday. I swear, it better be good!

Amphoteric
August 6th 2014
2014 Comments


Might have to go to the LA show

UnitK2K
August 6th 2014
129 Comments


This is incredible. I saw this last year and it was the best concert I think I've ever seen. It was very emotional. They showed a bunch of clips of Chuck and my God I wish he were still here...

Relinquished
August 7th 2014
28355 Comments


looks like I gotta extend my FL flight

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Spec
August 7th 2014
28449 Comments


Calgary show eh??

Green Baron
August 7th 2014
21602 Comments


"I hate best buy theater but still may go regardless"

why

TMobotron
August 7th 2014
7195 Comments


Oh man when I saw those 3 CA dates and no AZ date I was bummed but last date of the tour is in AZ, I'm absolutely going. Fuck yes.

wwf
August 7th 2014
1460 Comments


Does anyone know who's in DTA nowadays

BigPleb
August 7th 2014
40546 Comments


No UK dates? Fuck this.

VinVal
August 7th 2014
1167 Comments


But who's doing vocals?

Essence
August 7th 2014
3614 Comments


fuck this, either a 3 hour drive south or a 4 hour drive west for closest venues :/

adr
August 7th 2014
6039 Comments


But who's doing vocals? [2]

Guacker
August 7th 2014
15 Comments


I should move to the States already

TheNotrap
August 7th 2014
8253 Comments


It's like Vivian Campbell's Dio tribute band. I understand the enthusiasm, but this reincarnation is irrelevant, in my opinion.

SpiritCrusher2
August 7th 2014
3752 Comments


I saw DTA about a mont ago with Gorguts, and although it was awesome to hear those songs played live, the performance was surprisingly poor, they totally butchered Symbolic. Gorguts, on the other hand, was incredible

hortanz
August 7th 2014
289 Comments


might go to the NY one

Ryus
August 7th 2014
8265 Comments


oh my FUCKING GOD please don't be 18+ or 21+ or any of that crap

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AngryNeighbor
August 7th 2014
219 Comments


Death? No this is not Death.

SpiritCrusher2
August 7th 2014
3752 Comments


seriously, change that article headline, this is just a tribute band

JokineAugustus
August 7th 2014
7833 Comments


HOLY CRAP WINNIPEG@!!!!!!

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Feels
August 7th 2014
270 Comments


THIS! CYA IN TORONTO!

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Institutionalized
August 7th 2014
26 Comments


I should just move to Ontario, no one good comes to Nova Scotia.

sonictheplumber
August 7th 2014
5352 Comments


im singing

MoosechriS
August 7th 2014
5190 Comments


how is this even death? Chuck WAS death. Shit, this is even worse than Slayer continuing without Jeff

Mabbitt
August 7th 2014
1391 Comments


how is this even death? Chuck WAS death. Shit, this is even worse than Slayer continuing without Jeff


They're not calling themselves Death, they're calling it Death to all, and it's just a way of paying tribute to Chuck, as well as letting fans hear the material live. They're definitely not trying to be a new version of the old band. (No Sublime with Rome type deal here)


Anyways, I REALLY wish this was coming here. :

BlackLlama
August 8th 2014
1758 Comments


Also, the proceeds go to Sweet Relief. So basically go and fuck anyone's negativity.

https://www.sweetrelief.org/sweetrelief/mission/

MoosechriS
August 8th 2014
5190 Comments


Ah thats cool

erizen826
August 9th 2014
650 Comments


seriously, change that article headline, this is just a tribute band

Because being comprised of previous members aside from the vocalist constitutes a tribute band nowadays. Besides, they've been rechristened Death to All anyway.



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