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Obituary, Municipal Waste, Gatecreeper, Enforced, SpiritWorld tour announced

Decibel Magazine Tour 2022

Obituary and Municipal Waste will team up for "The Decibel Magazine Tour 2022," which will take place in late January and February. Dates for the trek, which will also feature Enforced, Gatecreeper, and SpiritWorld, are listed below.

"We are very proud, excited and honored to be a part of the 2022 Decibel Magazine Tour," Obituary said in a band statement. "Sharing the stage with our good friends and fellow shredders Municipal Waste is something we've been wanting and waiting to do for a long time, so super stoked to join forces with them along with Gatecreeper and Enforced to reassure fans for an all-out raging lineup!"

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Obituary, Municipal Waste, Enforced, Gatecreeper, SpiritWorld tour dates:

1/28 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum (no SpiritWorld)
1/29 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (no Gatecreeper, SpiritWorld)
2/3 Phoenix, AZ @ The Pressroom
2/4 Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
2/5 Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre
2/6 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
2/7 San Diego, CA @ Music Box
2/9 Grand Junction, CO @ The Mesa Theater
2/10 Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep
2/11 Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre
2/12 Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
2/14 Belvidere, IL @ The Apollo Theater
2/15 Joliet, IL @ The Forge
2/19 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage (no SpiritWorld)
2/21 Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry (no SpiritWorld)

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anonymous 278 days ago

Will go only for The Waste and leave after


anonymous 278 days ago

Gonna be quite the exceptional crowd of losers in Illinois, spending Valentine's Day angry and alone in a shithole club for this awful tour.


anonymous 278 days ago

^^^ i'll be your date bby


anonymous 278 days ago

Overweight, smelly guys are stoked


anonymous 278 days ago

GA to AZ? Have fun with that drive, yikes.


evil_hero 278 days ago

anonymous 22 minutes ago Gonna be quite the exceptional crowd of losers in Illinois, spending Valentine's Day angry and alone in a shithole club for this awful tour. hahahahahahahahaaha. so f*cking true. couldn't have said it better myself.


evil_hero 278 days ago

anonymous 2 minutes ago GA to AZ? Have fun with that drive, yikes. whoever booked this tour is an odd duck. over half the dates in CA or CO lmao and that cross country drive with no routing dates. shits wack, yo


anonymous 278 days ago

^^^ Hey Stupidas s did you fail math in highschool? GA 1/29, CA 2/3 = Drive 1/30-2/2 (four days) or maybe they'll add a show in my guess Texas one of those dates.


anonymous 278 days ago

LOL trying to make Enforced happen.


anonymous 278 days ago

Probably dates in TX and at the end between IL and the east coast that haven't been announced yet, probably because of conflicts. And the fact "half the dates are in CA and CO" is due to the fact there's either going to be another leg of this or Waste or Obituary have another tour this spring.


anonymous 278 days ago

love how all the armchair booking agents comment on tour routings with zero clue on what actually goes into some of these things.


anonymous 278 days ago

^^^ Also CA has an eighth of the US population so it needs four dates which when you look at them adequately cover the state. Pomona is for LA area fans, Berkekey SF area, Sacramento won't cut into Berkeley & San Diego won't cut into Pomona. As for the three Colorado dates I'm guessing they blanketed the state cuz they haven't played it in awhile. Also it's a slog to CO so might as well camp out there. Like you said there'll be shows 2/17-18 before Baltimore assuming 2/16 is a drive from IL day.


anonymous 278 days ago

To the armchair dude: Bottom line is the band will get to where they have to go.


anonymous 278 days ago

flying in from panama city florida for the valentine's date, can't wait. my valentine's date can, though


anonymous 278 days ago

Thank you for flying THREATENING SKIIIIIIIES!


anonymous 278 days ago

Me and my boyfriend will be attending the Valentine's Day show


evil_hero 278 days ago

anonymous 45 minutes ago love how all the armchair booking agents comment on tour routings with zero clue on what actually goes into some of these things. i'm more of a loveseat booking agent


evil_hero 278 days ago

the dude who booked this tour is furiously refreshing the comments trying to defend his mickey mouse scheduling job he did on this "tour"


anonymous 278 days ago

TRUMP OWNS YOU FOOLS


anonymous 278 days ago

Wow, that's a lot of days off. Good luck paying rent when you get home.


anonymous 278 days ago

Glasshouse seems like small venue for this line-up. Should have booked Staples Center.


anonymous 278 days ago

Glasshouse seems like small venue for this line-up. Small for what decibel fest normally is, but not this lineup. Waste and Obituary together are like 1000 tickets.


anonymous 278 days ago

Fight me at The Forge in Joliet.


anonymous 278 days ago

Having two shows in two shitty towns near Chicago in two days but not playing Chicago seems like a good idea.


anonymous 278 days ago

^^^ My guess is they couldn't get Metro. Radius is too big.


anonymous 277 days ago

These venues are going to stiiiiiink


anonymous 277 days ago

"^^^ My guess is they couldn't get Metro. Radius is too big." Yup. It's amazing watching people who booked 4 3 day weekend trips for their garbage hardcore band 15 years comment on how a tour should be booked. Now go clean up aisle 5.


anonymous 277 days ago

Cancelled two shows in after a vaxxed member of Municipal Waste gets the rona


anonymous 277 days ago

Going for spiritworld and staying outside til obituary


anonymous 277 days ago

Only worthwhile to see Spirit World then go home. But that depends on ticket prices


anonymous 277 days ago

I would go for the beer and the before-show playlist, but leave before any of the bands started.


anonymous 276 days ago

When a tour plays two shows in a metro area it usually means it couldn't get the biggest room in the area for one day but sometimes they'd rather play to more people and it's a bonus if the smaller rooms take less. Also you have leverage over them. A big room says 40% firm. Tell the two small rooms 25% & a smaller merch cut or we go with just one of you both days. Both will agree to get the shows. Say the biggest room in a city your tour can play is 1600 sell to but there's two 1200 sell to rooms. Play those rooms with a beefed up undercard for 2400 across two days at 25% venue take vs. 40% venue take in the 1600 room.


anonymous 276 days ago

Trump lost.





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