Tucson, Arizona metal henchmen, LETHAL DOSAGE, today begin their latest live expedition into human populations in search of debauchery of all forms, as the Completely Meaningless Party Tour kicks off in Anaheim, California. With support from Evasion on all dates, the band will smoke out Ventura, San Jose, Las Vegas, and Tempe, before blazing their hometown on October 11th.
LETHAL DOSAGE Completely Meaningless Party Tour w/ Evasion:
10/06/2014 The Doll House – Anaheim, CA
10/07/2014 Billy O’s – Ventura, CA
10/08/2014 Paddy’s Pub – San Jose, CA
10/09/2014 Cheyenne Saloon – Las Vegas, NV
10/10/2014 Tempe Tavern – Tempe, AZ
10/11/2014 Gary’s Place – Tucson, AZ
LETHAL DOSAGE released their second full-length album, Consume, in February via local cohorts, Battleground Records. Having harnessed the band’s massive live sound at Arcane Digital Studio, engineered by Ryan Butler and then finalized at Sonorous Mastering, Consume rages with over fifty caustic minutes of groove-heavy metal with elements of brutal hardcore infusing elements of Lamb Of God, Chimaira, Pantera, and Hatebreed, yet consumed with the band’s own self-destructive, caustic, desert-baked contamination. Consume is available in an economical, eco-friendly four-panel digipak exclusively at Earsplit Distro, and digitally via Bandcamp.
“…an exuberant, very welcome surprise… the sound on this album is positively monstrous.” – Chronicles Of Chaos
“…a modern and highly brutal form of death-influenced and groove-laden metal in the vein of Chimaira or Lamb Of God.” – Puregrainaudio
“Consume is filled with ominous riffs and ample groove, with a breakdown here and there. The bile-filled vocals are balanced with bouncy grooves…” – About.com
“Up-and-coming Tucson-based metal quintet Lethal Dosage’s second release, Consume, follows a nonlinear narrative throughout its 10 tracks about the devastating effects of alcoholism, opening a window into the lives and situations affected by the addict… The juxtaposition of orderly and precise music with detached lyrics driven by cold reasoning makes Consume play out like an Apollonian Greek tragedy.” – Tucson Weekly