Mutilation Rites Streaming New Song "Realms Of Dementia"
Mutilation Rites, the self-professed "filthy black metal" band from Brooklyn described by MetalSucks as "evil as fuck," has unveiled a first taste of the band's Prosthetic debut, "Empyrean," which will be released on May 22nd.
Visit Pitchfork now to stream the track "Realms of Dementia."
Earlier this month, Mutilation Rites -- now featuring Ryan Jones (Today Is The Day, Wetnurse) on bass -- kicked off a three-week tour that will take the band to and from South By Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. Afterwards, the band will play in Dallas alongside Alcest and do a week's worth of shows with Hull.
3/15 Austin, TX - The Annex at 1808 (SXSW)
3/16 Austin, TX - Valhalla (Prosthetic SXSW Showcase)
3/17 Austin, TX - Longbranch Inn, Death Comes Ripping SXSW Party
3/17 Austin, TX - Lovejoy's (free Brooklyn Vegan SXSW Party)
3/18 Denton, TX - Lions Den w/ Hull
3/19 Dallas, TX - Queens City Hall w/ Alcest, Hull
3/20 Little Rock, AR - Downtown Music w/ Hull
3/21 Nashville, TN - Cafe Coco w/ Hull, Balaclava, Dawn, Yautja
3/22 Richmond, VA - Wonderland w/ Triac
3/23 NYC, NY - The Acheron w/ Hull, Batillus, Trenchgrinder
4/28 - 4/29 Oshkosh, WI - The Electric Lounge
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