GOATWHORE will kick off a Texas mini tour this week surrounding their unofficial SXSW performance on Thursday. Presented by Big Daddy’s Hot Sauce, the Blood For The Master showcase will take place at The Lost Well on March 14th and includes performances by Necrofier, Destroyer Of Light, Witchcryer, and more. From there, the band will quake stages in Corpus Christi and Houston with additional shows, including slots on Brews & Bruise Fest in Chesterfield Township, Michigan and Austin Terror Fest in Austin, Texas, booked for the coming weeks. See all confirmed dates below.
3/14/2019 The Lost Well – Austin, TX w/ Necrofier, Destroyer Of Light, Witchcryer, more [info]
3/15/2019 House Of Rock – Corpus Christi, TX w/ Necrofier
3/16/2019 The Secret Group – Houston, TX w/ Midnight, Necrofier, Pyreship
3/28/2019 Capone’s – Johnson City, TN
3/29/2019 Thompson House – Newport, KY
3/30/2019 Brews & Bruise Fest @ Diesel Concerts Detroit – Chesterfield Township, MI
5/18/2019 Gulfport Dragway – Gulfport, MS
5/24/2019 The Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA
5/25/2019 Varsity Theatre – Baton Rouge, LA
6/07/2019 Austin Terror Fest @ Empire Control Room & Garage – Austin, TX
GOATWHORE is currently penning the follow-up to their critically-adored Vengeful Ascension full-length. Released in 2017 via Metal Blade Records, Vengeful Ascension is the band’s seventh full-length and highest charting album to date ranking in at #4 on Billboard’s Heatseeker Chart, #6 on the Hard Rock Sales Chart, #11 on the Independent Chart, #16 on the Hard Rock Chart, #18 on the Rock Sales Chart, #49 on the Top 200 Current Albums Chart, and #59 on the Top 200 Chart upon its first week of release.
Vengeful Ascension is out now on CD, vinyl, and digital formats. To preview and purchase the record, visit metalblade.com/goatwhore.
“Vengeful Ascension proves that the band is firing on all cylinders, standing tall as one of extreme metal’s leading bands.” — Blabbermouth
“The album roars with the classic GOATWHORE sound of searing, shredding, and screams of rage. The material also tries some new things, tossing in a bit of blackened atmosphere, adding to the philosophical questions the music dives into.” — Alternative Press