Meshuggah: First Dates Leak Out

Meshuggah

That’s right, my child bride! Your father groom is super psyched.

Today, some of those Meshuggah tour dates leaked out like Newt Gingrich’s Depends. The tour will carry the banner “The Ophidian Trek,” and also boast Decapitated and Baroness.

Wow, this is awesome. It’s going to be good seeing Meshuggah again. Those boys can play, I tell you — them boys can play!

Those leaked dates follow at the end of this post.

And remember — Meshuggah’s new album Koloss drops March 27 in North America as a CD digi, limited-edition Magic Cube (CD digi plus DVD exclusive to Nuclear Blast mail order) and two-LP brown vinyl through Nuclear Blast Records.

“The Ophidian Trek” dates:
4/29: Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
4/30: Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues
5/11: Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
5/15: Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues
5/16: Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
5/17: Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
5/18: Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre Of Living Arts
5/22: Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore

UPDATE: The full routing has since been announced and is as follows:
4/29: House of Blues @ Houston, TX
4/30: House of Blues @ Dallas, TX
5/1: Emo’s @ Austin, TX
5/3: Marquee Theatre @ Tempe, AZ
5/4: House of Blues @ Anaheim, CA
5/5: House of Blues @ Hollywood, CA
5/6: The Fillmore @ San Francisco, CA
5/8: Commodore Ballroom @ Vancouver, BC
5/9: Showbox Sodo @ Seattle, WA
5/11: Odgen Theatre @ Denver, CO
5/13: First Avenue @ Minneapolis, MN
5/15: House of Blues @ Chicago, IL
5/16: St. Andrews Hall @ Detroit, MI
5/17: Sound Academy @ Toronto, ON
5/18: Theatre of the Living Arts @ Philadelphia, PA
5/19: Palladium @ Worcester, MA
5/20: Olympia de Montreal @ Montreal, QUE
5/22: The Fillmore @ Silver Springs, MD
5/23: Terminal 5 @ New York, NY

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.

  • Chris

    Dear God! Will be at the Philly show for sure