NOISEM Announces Cease To Exist U.S.A. Tour Including Dates With Ringworm, Call Of The Void, And Organ Dealer; Cease To Exist LP Out Now On 20 Buck Spin

[photos by Andrea Dieguez]

Baltimore’s NOISEM has announced Cease To Exist U.S.A. — a widespread spring tour across the country — in support of their third LP, Cease To Exist, which saw release in March through 20 Buck Spin.

NOISEM‘s Cease To Exist LP was recorded at Developing Nations by Kevin Bernsten (Integrity, Full Of Hell, Magrudergrind), mastered at Audiosiege by Brad Boatright (Obituary, Integrity, Black Breath), and completed with artwork by Ethan McCarthy/Cool Ghoul Ltd. (Primitive Man).

Following their East Coast run supporting the album in March, NOISEM now takes the album’s scorching songs out across the country with more than a month of solid touring on Cease To Exist U.S.A. The action starts May 5th when the band supports Ringworm at their hometown record release show in Cleveland. The tour rips through the Southeast and across to the West Coast where they meet up with Call Of The Void for a set of shows, after which NOISEM teams up with Organ Dealer to tour back across the East Coast. See all confirmed tour dates below and watch for updates as the routing expands.

Stream NOISEM’s Cease To Exist through Bandcamp RIGHT HERE.

Cease To Exist is available on LP, CD, cassette, and digital formats through 20 Buck Spin. Find the album at the label webshop HERE and Bandcamp HERE.

NOISEM – Cease To Exist U.S.A.:
5/05/2019 Phantasy Nite Club – Cleveland, OH – Ringworm release show
5/12/2019 Wonderland – Richmond, VA
5/13/2019 The Earl – Atlanta, GA
5/14/2019 The Firehouse – Birmingham, AL
5/15/2019 Drkmttr – Nashville, TN
5/16/2019 The Hi Tone – Memphis, TN
5/17/2019 Santo’s – New Orleans, LA
5/15/2019 Rudyard’s – Houston, TX
5/19/2019 The Lost Well – Austin, TX
5/20/2019 Neon Rose – El Paso, TX
5/21/2019 TBA
5/22/2019 Wooden Tooth Records – Tucson, AZ
5/23/2019 Yucca Tap Room – Tempe, AZ
5/24/2019 The Lexington – Los Angeles, CA
5/25/2019 Tower Bar – San Diego, CA
5/25/2019 Oakland Metro – Oakland, CA *
5/27/2019 Blue Lamp – Sacramento, CA *
5/28/2019 The Holland Project – Reno, NV *
5/29/2019 Dive Bar – Las Vegas, NV *
5/30/2019 The Cave – Santa Fe, NM *
5/31/2019 Syntax Physics Opera – Denver, CO ^
6/01/2019 Great Untamed – Laramie, WY ^
6/02/2019 Lookout Lounge – Omaha, NE ^
6/03/2019 Gabe’s Downstairs – Iowa City, IA ^
6/04/2019 Fubar – St. Louis, MO ^
6/05/2019 Subterranean – Chicago, IL ^
6/06/2019 Sanctuary – Detroit, MI ^
6/07/2019 Now That’s Class – Cleveland, OH ^
6/08/2019 The Safari Room – Brooklyn, NY ^
6/09/2019 Ciafano’s – Elizabeth, NJ ^
6/10/2019 TBA
* w/ Call Of The Void
^ w/ Organ Dealer

NOISEM returns from the dead with Cease To Exist; leaner, meaner, with a new label and new life. After heavy momentum with their second LP, Blossoming Decay, and subsequent touring including the 2015 Decibel Magazine tour supporting Carcass, Gorguts, and The Black Dahlia Murder, the band seemingly disappeared. However, 2018 saw them return in new form, ready to resume their place among the most promising young bands in metal. This was met with a late-2018 non-album single, “Sin Rash,” released through the Adult Swim singles series.

Keeping with the tradition of the most classic grindcore albums, Cease To Exist is an immediately aggressive attack of confrontational energy, pushing the pace with a withering ten tracks over twenty-two minutes. An eruption of grinding blastbeats, unceasing death-thrash riffs, and an acidic vocal snarl to rival prime Jeff Walker, Cease To Exist quells any notion that NOISEM would ease up with time. If nothing else, the band’s third LP is their most seething, vicious, and inwardly dark album yet. Cease To Exist displays a cacophony of grind, death, thrash, punk, and hardcore, seamlessly blended, blistered, and set ablaze. With Cease To Exist, NOISEM makes a full circle statement of intent; a savage declaration in the face of an ever more bleak future. Fans of early Carcass, Repulsion, Napalm Death, Exhumed, Nasum, Terrorizer, Mammoth Grinder, Black Breath should get on board.