Every Spring, Decibel Magazine, the final word on underground metal in the US, puts together a special tour highlighting some of the most revered classic and well-known metal bandecibelmagazinepromo1ds, as well as a few exciting up-and-coming acts. On Wednesday, April 2nd, the 2014 Decibel Magazine Tour will be coming to Summit Music Hall in Downtown Denver

This year, the show will be opened by Vimana, a Colorado-based band featuring members of infamous Denver death metal act Cephalic Carnage, and Noisem, a death/thrash band from Baltimore, MD. Headlining are metal greats Gorguts and The Black Dahlia Murder, and metal legends Carcass.

Gorguts hail from the vibrant Quebec death metal scene, and are known for their hard-hitting, yet decibelmagazinepromo2still somewhat melodic, blend of technical death metal. The Black Dahlia Murder are from Michigan, and first came on the scene in 2000. These guys pioneered the last decade’s metal scene, and are arguably one of the most unique and innovative bands to emerge from that scene, touting their special formula of melody-driven, thrashy death metal. And Carcass, who for most metal fans will need no introduction, are formative members of the death metal scene, paving the way for much of today’s extreme music.

Doors are at 6:00pm, and tickets are $26 in advance, $28 the day of. Come out to see some metal greats and headbang in the heart of LODO.

 

 

 

Written by Addison Herron-Wheeler of 303 Magazine.
Photos courtesy of Decibel Magazine Tour 2014 and Carcass.

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Addison Herron-Wheeler is a writer for the 303 music desk specializing in metal, EDM, hip-hop and psych rock, as well as a Lifestyle writer specializing in weed, yoga, and the great outdoors. Addison freelances for several publications, works as an online tutor, and attends Naropa University for creative writing. She has written a book on women in the heavy metal scene entitled Wicked Woman, which can be found at wickedwomanbook.com. To share exciting news about local music, events, weed, dogs, and all thing Colorado, contact addison@303magazine.com.

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