Death metal trio Necrot will be tearing shit up this May as they head out on a nine-date romp through the western United States, spreading their brutality to anyone willing to take it in.
The tour, which will start on May 12 in Los Angeles and end on May 26 at Northwest Terror Fest in Seattle, will also feature Mortiferum and their fellow labelmates Deathgrave. Necrot bassist and vocalist Luca Indrio said he and the other two dudes in Necrot were excited to hit the road so they can play songs from their 2020 album Mortal in the flesh.
However, it may be hard for fans to get too riled up over Mortal, since Indrio also revealed that the band’s working on new material for an album that should be recorded in the near future.
“We are excited to be hitting the road again with a bunch of friends like Mortiferum and Deathgrave. I know people have been waiting to hear us play the songs from Mortal live and it’s time for that wait to be over. We have been working on a new album that is being recorded very soon so it feels good to be back both in the studio and back on stage playing live shows. We hope to see lots of people attending. We are going to to do our best to make every night of this tour a night to remember. So make sure you don’t miss it and to come prepared for one of the deadliest, heaviest nights of your miserable existence. See you there!”
If you want to catch Necrot with Mortiferum and Deathgrave, be sure to take a look at the list of dates below. There aren’t many on the docket, so be sure to catch them live if you can.
NECROT w/ Mortiferum, Deathgrave:
5/12/2023 Teregram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA
5/13/2023 Brick By Brick – San Diego, CA
5/14/2023 Nile Underground – Mesa, AZ
5/15/2023 Sister – Albuquerque, NM
5/16/2023 Hi Dive – Denver, CO
5/17/2023 Ace’s High Saloon – Salt Lake City, UT
5/19/2023 Cafe Colonial – Sacramento, CA
5/20/2023 Eli’s Mile High Club – Oakland, CA
5/26/2023 Northwest Terror Fest @ Neumos – Seattle, WA.
* NECROT only
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