Nachtmystium Touring With Zoroaster…Raditudinal!


This fall’s going to be killer. There are already a ton of banner tours planned, and today, Chicago extreme metallers Nachtmystium revealed that they’ll be hitting the road in autumn with Atlanta psych metal outfit Zoroaster.

What’s more, they’ve even tapped Florida doom metallers Dark Castle and Chicago’s The Atlas Moth as the tour’s openers. The tour kicks off in Dekalb, Ill., on September 9 and runs through October 2, back in Chicago. Of course, Nachtmystium have a glorious new disc in stores called Addicts: Black Meddle, Part II and Zoroaster are promoting their latest regal masterwork, Matador. The latter hits stores on July 13.

Dark Castle frontman Steve Floyd says his band’s “excited to join all of our friends on this great tour and to bring our own sound to new fans once again. We are also stoked to watch Nachtmystium every night for 3 weeks straight…such an inspiration to us they are.”

After the tour dates, check out the new video from Zoroaster and tell me you don’t want to see this band rock balls.

Nachtmystium tour dates:

September 9: Dekalb, IL – Otto’s Nightclub

September 10: Detroit, MI – Magic Stick

September 11: Toronto, ON – Lee’s Place

September 12: Montreal, QC – La Sala Rosa

September 13: Ottawa, ON – Mavericks

September 15: New York, NY – The Studio At Webster Hall

September 16: Hartford, CT – Webster Underground

September 17: Providence, RI – Club Hell

September 18: Boston, MA – Great Scott

September 19: Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory

September 21: Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie

September 22: Baltimore, MD – Sonar

September 23: Richmond, VA – Hat Factory

September 25: Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero

September 26: Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

September 27: Memphis, TN – Hi Tone Cafe

September 28: St. Louis, MO – Fubar

September 29: Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room

October 1: Toledo, OH – Mickey’s Finn Pub

October 2: Chicago, IL – Reggie’s Rock Club


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