OVERKILL TO BE ENTERING THE STUDIO ON SEPTEMBER 2ND, TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED

overkill Nersey Metal legends, Overkill are entering the studio on September 2nd to begin tracking their next record due out sometime next year. The new material will be tracked at Gear Recording and mixed by Greg Reely, who also mixed The Electric Age.

Overkill will be appearing on “The Battle Of San Bernardino” on September 13th supporting Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Testament and Anthrax. Tickets are on sale and can be purchased here.

The band will then hit the road harder than ever with Kreator on the Legends Of Thrash 2013 tour stretching coast to coast capped off by two nights in New York city.

Overkill tour dates:

October:

30 Baltimore, MD Soundstage Kreator close
31 Philadelphia, PA Trocadero Overkill close

November:

1 Worcester, MA Palladium Overkill close
2 Montreal, QUE Club Soda Kreator close
3 Toronto, ON Opera House Kreator close
4 Pittsburgh, PA Altar Bar Kreator close
5 Columbus, OH Al Rosa Villa Overkill close
6 Joliet, IL Mojoes Overkill close
7 Lawrence, KS Granada Kreator close
8 Englewood, CO Gothic Theater Kreator close
9 Salt Lake City, UT In the Venue Overkill close
11 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Thtr Kreator close
12 Seattle, WA El Corazon Overkill close
13 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre Kreator close
14 San Fran, CA Filmore Kreator close
15 Anaheim, CA The Grove Kreator close
16 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre Kreator close
17 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Thtr Overkill close
18 Dallas, TX Trees Overkill close
19 San Antonio, TX Backstage Live Kreator close
21 Louisville, KY Diamond Pub Kreator close
22 W. Springfield, VA Empire Overkill close
23 NYC, NY Stage 48 Overkill close
24 NYC, NY Stage 48 Overkill close

For more information, please visit wreckingcrew.com.

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Comments

  1. Eddie, 8-30-2013:
    Your 70’s Classic Heavy Rock special did not play hour 3. In stead it was the last hour of a show weeks
    back. Dam it to hell, if you can’t be at Q104 ,then don’t bother do make pre-recorded shows that don’t
    get played. Dam! You should have did the 70’s Classic Heavy Rock special live on the air way before the
    Labor Day weekend.

  2. I agree! Was totally into the 70’s show and poof it was last weeks show. I’d rather have gotten last weeks show and turned it off then have the show change like that.

  3. Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth, the republican rocker!

    Yeah…Mitt Romney, a true middle-class hero…

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