Decapitated & Thy Art Is Murder bring the heavy to Théâtre Corona

Decapitated & Thy Art Is Murder bring the heavy to Théâtre CoronaDecapitated & Thy Art Is Murder bring the heavy to Théâtre Corona

Polish metal extremists DECAPITATED and Australia’s premiere incendiary musical export THY ART IS MURDER are out on tour together and will stop at Montreal’s Corona Theatre on September 17th. Joining them are progressive death metal masters FALLUJAH and depressive black metal sensations GHOST BATH.

“The Double Homicide Tour” will mark THY ART IS MURDER’s first run of North American dates since vocalist C.J. McMahon rejoined the band at the beginning of the year.

THY ART IS MURDER guitarist Andy Marsh says “C.J. has returned, and so we shall return to North America’s shores once again. This time we are honored to announce we will be joined by an all-Nuclear Blast lineup featuring death metal icons DECAPITATED, plus our friends in FALLUJAH and GHOST BATH.”

Tickets for the Montreal show are just $31 in advance and are available via Evenko HERE

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