NewsOctober 24, 2017 1:23 PM ET4,021 views

Enslaved, Wolves In The Throne Room, Myrkur tour

The Decibel Magazine Tour 2018 Official press release: Since its launch in 2012, the annual Decibel Magazine Tour's ambitious curation has unified artists from around the extreme universe who would otherwise never have the opportunity to tour North America together. The lineup for the 2018 Decibel Magazine Tour continues that proud tradition, as Norwegian progressive metal legends Enslaved join forces with Pacific Northwest black metal heroes Wolves in the Throne Room, Danish post-black siren Myrkur and doomed rock 'n' crushers Khemmis (with regional openers in select markets to be announced next year). "I have always wanted Enslaved to be part of the Decibel Tour concept," says Enslaved guitarist and co-founder Ivar Bjørnson. "Not only is Decibel an institution, and defender of the last line of resistance for the printed metal mag in North America (for a band started in 1991, printed magazines are no small matter), but the Decibel Tour has also become an institution and an icon for metal that we admire here on the other side of the pond. So, to be asked to headline, and to perform with these other very fine artists, is a great honor and a great pleasure. Be there or be trapezoid!" 2/15 Philadelphia, PA @ TLA 2/16 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza 2/17 Boston, MA @ Royale 2/18 Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre 2/20 Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Theatre 2/21 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom 2/23 Chicago, IL @ Metro 2/24 Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze 2/25 Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater 2/26 Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theatre 3/2 Calgary, AB @ MacEwan Ballroom 3/3 Edmonton, BC @ The Starlite Ballroom 3/5 Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater 3/6 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon 3/7 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater 3/9 San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom 3/10 Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

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