New Jersey thrash metal legends OVERKILL have lined up a handful of regional dates following performances at several esteemed European festivals this month.
OVERKILL are supporting their latest album, "Killbox 13", the 13th studio effort from the longstanding band. These shows will be among the first the group are playing since the release of "Killbox 13" in March.
A full U.S. tour is in the works for September, as well as more Europe dates and a South American tour.
OVERKILL can truly be called one of the pioneers of thrash and have been noted for their commitment to staying true to their distinct, uncompromising sound. Through the course of two decades, OVERKILL have earned critical acclaim around the world.
The band celebrated their 20th anniversary last year with a sold-out home state show that yielded the "Wrecking Everything – Live" CD and DVD.
Upcoming OVERKILL tour dates:
Jul. 01 - Live Arena - Munster, GER
Jul. 02 – Matrix - Bochum, GER
Jul. 03 – Altstadt - Eindhoven, NETH
Jul. 04 – Grasspop - Dessel, BEL
Jul. 05 - With Full Force - Roltzschjora, GER
Jul. 11 – Festival - Aviles, SPA
Jul. 17 – Jaxx - Springfield, VA
Jul. 18 – Thunderdome - Baltimore, MD
Jul. 19 - L'Amour - Brooklyn, NY
Jul. 20 – Downtown - Huntington Station, NY
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