This three-in-one basketcase is going to be epic!
Imagine three different giants from three different genres coming together to belt out some real music for the fans. Though the moshpit would be a confusing place to be in. Anyway, thrash metal bands Suicidal Tendencies and Havok, along with doom metal band Crowbar are hitting the road this year for a tour across America.
Starting from California, moving through Arizona, Texas and ending in Havok’s hometown in Colorado, the awesome threesome are going to be bringing some metal madness come February. Their tour will stretch on from February end all the way to mid-March, with them making several stops along the way, performing almost every night at different venues.
Suicidal Tendencies had their last album World Gone Mad in 2016. At the time, vocalist and only surviving original member of the band, Mike Muir stated that this one could be the last studio album we see from the band.
Crowbar, one of the most influential bands to come out of the New Orleans metal scene, are known for the sludge/doom metal tracks, characterized by their slow brooding songs, interspersed with hardcore punk passages. Their last album The Serpent Only Lies was released in October of 2016.
Havok, the thrash metal band from Denver, Colorado are looking to release a new album in March 2017, rumored to be titled Conformicide.
Here are the dates for the joint World Gone Mad tour by Suicidal Tendencies, Crowbar and Havok –
February 22 – Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
February 23 – Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
February 24 – Club X – Tucson, AZ
February 25 – Top Deck – Farmington, NM
February 27 – Gas Monkey – Dallas, TX
February 28 – Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX
March 1 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
March 3 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
March 4 – Harborside Events Center – Ft. Meyers, FL
March 5 – State Theatre – Tampa, FL
March 7 – New Daisy Theatre – Memphis, TN
March 8 – Granada – Lawrence, KS
March 10 – Summit Music Hall Complex – Denver, CO