GRAVESEND And MAUL: Stomped And Mauled On The East Coast 2024 Tour Dates Announced

20 Buck Spin labelmates GRAVESEND and MAUL will team up for a run of East Coast tour dates during the Winter months. The Stomped And Mauled On The East Coast 2024 trek will run from February 29th through March 9th, with shows in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Richmond, Raleigh, Savannah, Atlanta, Ormond Beach, Miami, and Tampa.

See the confirmed routing below and watch for updates on both bands to post over the weeks ahead.

Find the latest output from GRAVESEND and MAUL at the 20 Buck Spin webshop HERE, Bandcamp HERE, and YouTube HERE.

GRAVESEND / MAUL: Stomped And Mauled On The East Coast:
2/29/2024 St. Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY [tickets]
3/01/2024 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA [tickets]
3/02/2024 Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD (matinee) [tickets]
3/03/2024 Fallout – Richmond, VA
3/04/2024 Chapel Of Bones – Raleigh, NC
3/05/2024 Lodge Of Sorrows – Savannah, GA
3/06/2024 Boggs – Atlanta, GA [tickets]
3/07/2024 Nightshift Warehouse – Ormond Beach, FL [tickets]
3/08/2024 Gramps – Miami, FL [tickets]
3/09/2024 Brass Mug – Tampa, FL [tickets]


New York City-based GRAVESEND released their second LP for 20 Buck Spin, Gowanus Death Stomp, in October. A gritty and primal barrage of violence at the crossroads of criminal depravity and urban malaise, GRAVESEND utilizes many tools of the trade: black, death, grind, and war metal all meld seamlessly into a tar pit of scathing back-alley sadism and acid-tongued vocals. Like a newly found corpse down by the docks, the smell of decomp is wafting out of every track on Gowanus Death Stomp. And as with NYC’s underground legends from Cro-Mags to Swans to Type O Negative, GRAVESEND embodies the pulse of the city, even as that pulse bleeds out on the concrete. Gowanus Death Stomp was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Tomb Mold, Kommand), and the album was completed with cover photos by Mark Weber.

Decibel Magazine’s review of the album proclaimed, “The sonic embodiment of William Lustig’s Maniac, Gowanus Death Stomp is an auditory gut punch, a frenzied, sullen, and unrelentingly heavy listen…” Metal Injection warned, “If you yearn for the days where you were guaranteed to die in New York, this one’s got your name on it,” and Revolver Magazine wrote, “Using a palette of aching death metal and tortured grind, NYC’s GRAVESEND paint a vivid sonic portrait of a rotting cityscape in howling agony. Grimly heavy and unflinchingly realistic, their music writhes with unpleasant feeling and black-blooded atmosphere.”

MAUL by Jason Dahlke

Based out of Fargo, North Dakota, MAUL impacted the US death metal underground through via various demos, splits, EPs, and their Seraphic Punishment full-length debut in 2022. 20 Buck Spin picked up the band on the strength of that first album and while the band painstakingly constructs their new full-length, they made their label debut with the Desecration And Enchantment EP in November. The songs were captured in May 2023 at Signaturetone Recordings in Minneapolis (Ulthar, Obsequiae, Sunless), recorded, mixed, and mastered by Adam Tucker. The songs feature guest synth and sample work by Isthmus of Styx, and the EP is completed with cover artwork by S. Deloria Black Wolf.

Revolver Magazine wrote, “…the North Dakota crushers are poised to make waves in the current groundswell of young death-metal bands. Drawing from elements of doom without slowing their sound to a halt, Maul’s sound is uncompromisingly brutal — and in a way that feels fresh among their more overtly hardcore-influenced peers.” Invisible Oranges posted, “Unabashedly old-school yet disgustingly and refreshingly maximalist, MAUL’s death metal stomps and splorches its way through your brain leaving little recognizable intelligence in its wake,” and Metal Injection issued, “This is a brief but sick EP. This is nasty death metal with a lil black metal essence peppered in.”