MARTRIDEN: Tour Dates Announced

Montana-based blackened death metal group MARTRIDEN will hit the road next month in support of its debut full-length album, "The Unsettling Dark" (released by Siege of Amida and Candlelight Records). Joining them on the road will be Colorado Springs' ALABASTER MORGUE.

Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Jun. 25 - The Zombie Room - Spokane, WA
Jun. 26 - Studio Seven - Seattle, WA
Jun. 28 - The Samurai Duck - Eugene, OR
Jul. 06 - Metal Devastation on Bell - Phoenix, AZ
Jul. 10 - Pt's Club Inferno - Denver, CO
Jul. 17 - The War Legion Underground - Amarillo, TX
Jul. 27 - The BBC Upper Level - Milwaukee, WS
Aug. 09 - The F.O.E - Billings, MT
Aug. 12 - Black Eagle Community Center - Great Falls, MT

MARTRIDEN has tapped Sam Murphy of IMMISERATE to play drums on the tour.

Video footage of Sam performing the drum parts to MARTRIDEN's song "The Enigma of Fate" can be viewed below.

MARTRIDEN opened for Norwegian black metallers EMPEROR on two of the three shows they played in the U.S. last year.


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