FEAR, EMPTINESS, DECIBEL: INCANTATION ADD TWO MORE HALL OF FAME TOUR DATES, PLUS SUPPORT ACTS!
Before there were blogs there were these things called magazines, and the only metal magazine we still get excited about reading every month is Decibel. Here’s managing editor Andrew Bonazelli.
Most metalheads with half a cerebrum know that Golgotha — translated awesomely as “the place of the skull” — is the site where Jesus was crucified. There are two kinds of music appropriate for contemplating this seismic historical happening: this and this. While both have their merits, we at Decibel happen to be a little tighter with Incantation than “Yakety Sax” composer “Spider” Rich, so only the former will be ripping through their undisputed masterpiece on a New York stage in late November.
But you know all that already. What you don’t know is that a) the mighty Mortician (!!!) will be opening the New York date on November 20 at Rebel, and b) Incantation have added two more super-exclusive Hall of Fame dates: November 19 at Reggie’s Rock Club in Chicago and November 21 at Peabody’s in Cleveland. Fatalist and Funerus will open all three dates to whet your appetite for Christ-crushing chaos, and, of course, Relapse will have a limited-edition HOF version of Golgotha on vinyl for y’all -shuns of bitches. Christen the afterbirth and start spreading the news.
Buy yourself a copy of the October 2010 issue of Decibel here, or just go ahead and buy yourself a full subscription here. It comes down to about two bucks an issue for a one-year subscription, which is roughly thirty-six dollars more a year you could be spending on your Church group’s trip to “the place of the skull.”