Slated to commence on October 3rd in Tempe, Arizona and run through October 31st in Los Angeles, California, the Blackest Of The Black gala will quake eighteen cities with an included stop at this year's edition of Rock And Shock in Worcester, Massachusetts. Additional support will be provided by Veil Of Maya, Prong and Witch Mountain. The tour serves as a precursor to SUPERJOINT's appearance at the third annual Housecore Horror Fest in November.
9/30/2015 Jake's - Lubbock, TX *
10/02/2015 Window Rock Sports Center - Window Rock, AZ w/ Prong *
w/ Danzig, Veil Of Maya, Prong, Witch Mountain:
10/03/2015 The Marquee - Tempe, AZ
10/05/2015 Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater - Austin, TX
10/07/2015 Minglewood Hall - Memphis, TN
10/09/2015 Civic Theatre - New Orleans, LA
10/20/2015 Center Stage - Altanta, GA w/ Prong, Witch Mountain *
10/11/2015 Iron City - Birmingham, AL
10/12/2015 Hard Rock Live - Orlando, FL
10/14/2015 The Fillmore - Charlotte, NC
10/15/2015 Norva - Norfolk, VA w/ Prong, Witch Mountain *
10/16/2015 Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA
10/17/2015 Rock And Shock @ The Palladium - Worcester, MA
10/18/2015 Metropolis - Montreal, QC
10/20/2015 State Theatre - Portland, ME
10/21/2015 Best Buy Theater - New York, NY
10/23/2015 Agora - Cleveland, OH
10/24/2015 The Rave - Milwaukee, WI
10/25/2015 Sokol Auditorium - Omaha, NE
10/27/2015 Boulder Theater - Boulder, CO
10/29/2015 City National Civic - San Jose, CA
10/30/2015 Ace Of Spades - Sacramento, CA w/ Prong *
10/31/2015 Microsoft Theater - Los Angeles, CA
11/13-15/2015 Housecore Horror Fest @ Aztec Theater - San Antonio, TX
*SUPERJOINT headlining show
Now featuring Philp H. Anselmo (Down, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Pantera et al), guitarists Kevin Bond (Christ Inversion, Artimus Pyledriver et al) and Jimmy Bower (Down, Eyehategod), drummer José Manuel Gonzalez Jr. (Warbeast, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals) and bassist Stephen Taylor (Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Wovenhand, 16 Horsepower), SUPERJOINT churns out a debaucherous crossover of hardcore punk and metal and unleashed two critically-lauded full-lengths - 2002's Use Once And Destroy and 2003's Lethal Dose Of American Hatred - before taking hiatus in 2005.
SUPERJOINT's latest expedition follows the band's wildly successful It Takes Guts Summer takeover. In a live review of their New Orleans performance, Whereyat.com commended the band's signature, "straight-up, no-frills, hardcore rock," and, "a very spirited, and just plain fun, rock n' roll show," further issuing of the set, "Infamous frontman Phil Anselmo, who needs no introduction, came out gutturally screaming in a way that I haven't personally heard him do in a long time. It was primal and painful; full of incredible energy and vigor... They played their best songs and had the whole audience singing along to every word, especially 'Everyone Hates Everyone,'... and 'Fuck Your Enemy.'" On their Cincinnati stop, Full Metal Rock relayed, "The band... came out brutalizing the crowd with Anselmo's growling harsh lyrics and the pounding rhythmic metal sound the band deals out. Jimmy Bower and Kevin Bond were on top of their game producing shrieking and wailing guitars matched with the thundering rhythm section of Stephen Taylor on bass and José Gonzales pounding on the drums. With SUPERJOINT favorites like, 'Everyone Hates Everyone,' 'The Introvert' and 'Fuck Your Enemy,' fans were pounding their fists and banging their heads in unison..."
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