Plague Years & Somnuri Announce March Co-Headlining Tour

Plague Years and Somnuri have announced a March co-headlining tour. Here’s the dates:

03/04 Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge
03/05 Minneapolis, MN – Eagles Club 34
03/06 Lawrence, KS – Bottleneck
03/07 Denver, CO – 7th Circle
03/08 Salt Lake City, UT – Loading Dock
03/10 Sacramento, CA – Den Of Sin
03/11 Oakland, CA – Golden Bull
03/12 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
03/13 Mesa, AZ – Underground
03/15 Houston, TX – White Swan
03/16 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
03/17 Corpus Christi, TX – Boozers
03/19 New Orleans, LA – Sidneys Saloon
03/20 Atlanta, GA – Boggs
03/22 Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
03/24 Brooklyn, NY – Kingsland

The Contortionist, Within The Ruins, Enterprise Earth, Etc. Announce April Virtual Concert

The Contortionist, Within The Ruins, Enterprise Earth, Bodysnatcher, and Plague Years will be taking part in the upcoming “eOne Heavy Live” virtual concert. The event will be held on April 3 at 12:00pm PDT / 3:00pm EDT and it will be hosted by Ethan Harrison (Great American Ghost). Tickets can be found HERE.

Plague Years Premiere “Paradox Of Death” Video

Plague Years have premiered a new video for their song “Paradox Of Death.“ This track is from the band’s new album “Circle Of Darkness,” which was released today (September 18). Guitarist Eric Lauder commented:

“‘Paradox Of Death‘ is a mid-tempo stomper. This is one of my favorite tracks and highlights Mike [Jurysta]’s incredible drumming. The song is a story about killing a snitch after he’s betrayed his people. Loyalty should never be broken. No mercy for rats. Never fold, never bend.”

[via MetalSucks]

Plague Years Premiere New Song “Incantation”

Plague Years have premiered a new song titled “Incantation.“ This track is from the band’s new album “Circle Of Darkness,” which will be released on September 18. Guitarist Eric Lauder commented:

“This song is about resurrecting the dead that were condemned by god. Corpses become masters of chaos, rising to become a part of hell’s army to destroy their land and all things divine. This is one of the hardest and most aggressive songs on the record, relentless with its speed in the beginning and crushing heaviness at the end.”

[via Revolver]