Revocation Announces Headlining Tour Dates With Cannabis Corpse And Ramming Speed
Band Photo: Cannabis Corpse (?)
Fresh off a North American tour with Children of Bodom, Boston's Revocation is pleased to announce a North American headline tour. The tour kicks off April 19th in Allston, MA and runs through April 29th in Trenton, NJ. Support on the tour will come from Cannabis Corpse and Ramming Speed. A complete list of dates can be found below.
Bassist Anthony Buda commented on the Children of Bodom tour and Revocation's upcoming headline run:
"Hey all thanks so much for coming out and raging with us for the past 5 weeks on the Children of Bodom, Eluveitie and Threat Signal tour! It was a wild ride, and we're sad to see it pass. But we are beyond psyched to now announce our headlining run in April with Cannabis Corpse and Ramming Speed. Expect a longer set with some new tracks and some old classics. These shows are gonna kill, see you there!!"
Revocation recently released a video for the track "No Funeral" from the "Chaos of Forms" album. The clip was lensed with acclaimed director David Brodsky of MyGoodEye NYC (Municipal Waste, The Black Dahlia Murder, All That Remains, Devin Townsend Project) and can be viewed here.
Revocation on tour with Cannabis Corpse and Ramming Speed:
4/19: Allston, MA @ Great Scott
4/20: Montreal, QUE @ Lef Foufounes Electriques
4/21: Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Bar
4/22: Cleveland, OH @ Now That's Class
4/23: Chicago, IL @ Ultra Lounge
4/25: Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
4/26: Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
4/27: Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary Coast
4/28: Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
4/29: Trenton, NJ @ The Backstage at Championship Bar
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