The latest onslaught of unhinged, live annihilation from Los Angeles’ OBLITERATIONS has been confirmed, as the band plans to shred through Eastern North America in June.
From June 5th through the 20th, OBLITERATIONS will storm the Eastern half of the US and Lower Canada with thirteen lucky new cities set to be hit by their enraged torrent. For the majority of the shows, OBLITERATIONS will support Vancouver-based trio, White Lung, the trek also including sets from both bands at Ottawa Explosion Weekend with Coliseum, Boilermaker and many others, and NXNE joining Blonde Redhead, Deafheaven, Iceage, OM, Pentagram, Coliseum and loads more.
OBLITERATIONS Tour Dates:
6/06/2015 The Studio At Webster Hall – New York, NY
6/08/2015 DC9 – Washington DC w/ White Lung
6/09/2015 Rumba Café – Columbus, OH w/ White Lung
6/10/2015 The Demo – St. Louis, MO w/ White Lung
6/11/2015 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN w/ White Lung
6/13/2015 PJ’s Lager House – Detroit, MI w/ White Lung
6/14/2015 Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH w/ White Lung
6/15/2015 Mohawk Place – Buffalo, NY w/ White Lung
6/16/2015 Great Scott – Allston, MA w/ White Lung
6/17/2015 Bar Le Ritz PDB – Montreal, QC w/ White Lung
6/18/2015 Ottawa Explosion Weekend – Ottawa, ON
6/20/2015 NXNE – Toronto, ON
Additional details to the as-of-now confirmed routing, including additional shows, will be released in the coming days.
With past/present alumni of Black Mountain, Saviours and Night Horse and more, the OBLITERATIONS collective unfurled the filth of their debut LP, Poison Everything, released via Southern Lord in October of last year, amidst major waves of stateside touring preceding and following the album’s construction and release. Recorded with producer Chris Owens (Lords, Coliseum, Young Widows) at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606, mixed by Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire, Black Breath) at God City Studio, and mastered by Brad Boatright (Tragedy, Integrity, Sleep) at Audiosiege, Poison Everything delivers nearly a half-hour of antagonistic hardcore punk, taking hints from the works of The Stooges, MC5, Laughing Hyenas, Black Flag and Poison Idea and creating their own volatile, modern brew out of it all. Noisey offered, Noisey, offering, “As soon as that infamous d-beat kicks in, you’re transported back to classics like Never Again and Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing. Then the vocals start up and you’re assault with a vicious modern take on the classic ‘80s sound.” Pitchfork issued in part, “on their debut album Poison Everything, they’ve managed the commendable feat of refurbishing (or rather, defurbishing) the mud-caked frameworks of Crass and Nausea,” and AllMusic claims, “there’s something viscerally exciting about the album, which blends equal parts teeth-grinding speed with unfiltered aggression, resulting in an intoxicating blend of old-school, circle pit-inducing punk fury.” OBLITERATIONS was also featured in Rolling Stone Magazine’s October installment of 10 Artists You Need To know right HERE.