SUMMER SLAUGHTER: Official Poster Unveiled
The official poster for this year's Summer Slaughter tour can be viewed below.
According to MetalSucks, the trek will feature the following "100% confirmed, official lineup":
ALL SHALL PERISH
THE RED CHORD
VEIL OF MAYA
ANIMALS AS LEADERS
Comments tour founder and booking agent Ash Avildsen on how Summer Slaughter fits in (or doesn't) with this summer's other metal tours: "I don't think those tours really compete for many of the same fans as Summer Slaughter. This is focused on underground extreme metal rather than mainstream metal. All of our shows also have air conditioning."
He adds, "It's a much younger lineup this year rather than a lot of older bands in the headlining positions. Tickets will be much cheaper for this same reason, coming in at under $20 in advance almost everywhere with the exception of L.A. and NYC. Most will be $18."
Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
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