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SUFFOCATION Announce Forces Of Hostility – North American Tour 2022

New York death metal pioneers SUFFOCATION announce their “Forces Of Hostility – North American Tour 2022”.  The 30-date trek kicks off at The Monarch in Brooklyn on May 26th making stops in Chicago, Albuquerque, and Toronto before concluding in Clifton, NJ on June 25th. Joining the band as direct support is ATHEIST with openers SOREPTION and CONTRARIAN on select dates.

Terrance Hobbs comments, “We are beyond stoked to return to the road with the “FORCES OF HOSTILITY NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2022”!  We’ll be joined by our good friends and brothers in Metal ATHEIST as well as the technical metal powerhouse SOREPTION and death metallers CONTRARIAN!  This will be our first tour back in almost 3 years due to COVID so we are eagerly awaiting the stage and all our fans to blow off some well-awaited steam! “

General admission tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday, January 14th at 9 AM PST/12 PM EST.  
Purchase tickets here: https://www.suffocationofficial.com/tour

Confirmed dates for SUFFOCATION‘s “Forces Of Hostility – North American Tour 2022” are:
5/26/2022  Brooklyn, NY – The Monarch
5/27/2022  Baltimore, MD – Maryland Deathfest *
5/28/2022  Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall
5/29/2022  Chicago, IL – Reggie’s
5/30/2022  Madison, WI – The Crucible
5/31/2022  Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
6/01/2022  Denver, CO – Roxy Theater
6/03/2022  San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
6/04/2022  Los Angeles, CA – 1720
6/05/2022  San Diego, CA – Brick by Brick
6/06/2022  Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
6/07/2022  Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
6/08/2022  Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
6/09/2022  El Paso, TX – Rockhouse Bar & Grill
6/10/2022  Austin, TX – Come and Take it Live
6/11/2022  Dallas, TX – Trees
6/12/2022  Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
6/13/2022  New Orleans, LA – Southport Hall
6/14/2022  Tampa, FL – The Brass Mug
6/15/2022  Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall
6/17/2022  Jonesboro, GA – Furnace 41
6/18/2022  Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
6/18/2022  Louisville, KY – Diamond Concert Hall
6/19/2022  Detroit, MI – Sanctuary
6/20/2022  Toronto, ON – Velvet Lounge
6/21/2022  Ottawa, ON – Mavericks ^
6/22/2022  Montreal, QC – L’Astral ^
6/23/2022  Quebec, City QC – Imperial Bell ^
6/24/2022  Boston, MA – Middle East Downstairs ^
6/25/2022  Clifton, NJ – Dingbatz ^
* Suffocation & Atheist Only
^ No Contrarian 
SUFFOCATION created the template for the brutal death metal genre in the early 90s. Landmark albums such as Effigy Of The Forgotten and Pierced From Within also went on to inspire the birth of the tech-death and slam death metal genres. With the departure of original vocalist Frank Mullen, the band marks an end of an era with a live album recorded during his last North American tour. Mixed and mastered by Christian Donaldson (BEYOND CREATIONCRYPTOPSY) this release plays like a “best of”, and is the perfect farewell to one of the most influential singers in extreme music. The artwork for the album was created by Jon Zig.
Below is the Live In North America tracklist:Thrones Of BloodEffigy Of The ForgottenFuneral InceptionPierced From WithinSurgery Of ImpalementDismal DreamJesus WeptAs Grace DescendsLiege Of InveracityBreeding The SpawnCatatoniaSouls To DenyInfecting The CryptsOrder your copy of Live In North America here: https://suffocationofficial.com/live-in-north-america
Listen on all streaming platforms: https://suffocation.bfan.link/live-in-north-america

SUFFOCATION is:
Ricky Myers | Vocals
Terrance Hobbs | Guitar
Charlie Errigo | Guitar
Derek Boyer | Bass
Eric Morotti | Drums
Order your copy of Live In North America here:  https://suffocationofficial.com/live-in-north-america

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