The deathcore tour of the year has been announced. This spring, Suicide Silence and Carnifex will be co-headlining U.S. stages with support from Lorna Shore, Upon a Burning Body, AngelMaker and Distant. Dubbed the Chaos & Carnage Tour — a package that's previously boasted bands like Whitechapel and Dying Fetus — the run kicks off May 6th in Sacramento, California, and travels from coast to coast before snaking back through the Southwest to conclude in Los Angeles on June 4th.
"For over two decades it's been deeply humbling to see how far the genre has come," Suicide Silence guitarist Chris Garza said of the tour's deathcore celebration. "Chaos and Carnage brings to you the best of the best from multiple generations. It's an honor to still be here, sharing the stage with Carnifex and the rest of these amazing bands. Stoked."
"Co headlining Chaos and Carnage with Suicide Silence and joined by some of the most brutal bands around is truly exciting for us," added Carnifex frontman Scott Lewis. "We have a massive set planned and can't wait to lose our minds with you at these shows!"
General on-sale tickets will be available this Friday January 14th at 10 a.m. local times over at ChaosAndCarnage.com. Peep the dates below.
Chaos & Carnage 2022 tour dates:
May 6 Sacramento, CA at Ace of Spades
May 7 Portland, OR at Bossanova Ballroom
May 8 Seattle, WA at El Corazon
May 10 Grand Junction, CO at Mesa Theater
May 11 Denver, CO at Oriental Theater
May 13 Minneapolis, MN at Cabooze
May 14 Chicago, IL at WC Social Club
May 15 Pontiac, MI Crofoot
May 17 Columbus, OH at King of Clubs
May 18 Pittsburgh, PA at Jergels
May 19 Boston, MA at Big Night Live
May 20 New York, NY at Gramercy Theatre
May 21 Reading, PA at Reverb
May 22 Baltimore, MD at Soundstage
May 24 Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
May 25 Tampa, FL at Orpheum
May 27 Arlington, TX at Choctaw Stadium
May 28 Houston, TX Warehouse Live
May 29 San Antonio, TX at Paper Tiger
May 31 Albuquerque, NM at El Rey Theatre
June 1 Mesa, AZ at Nile Theatre
June 2 Las Vegas, NV at 24 Oxford
June 3 Anaheim, CA at House of Blues
June 4 Los Angeles, CA at Regent Theater