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Rivers Of Nihil Announce Second Kerrang!-Sponsored Brooklyn Show

Since Rivers Of Nihil’s first Brooklyn date sold out, the band has announced a second one with Outer Heaven, Imperial Triumphant, and Bury The Sky.

We hope you’re as excited for Rivers Of Nihil’s upcoming Kerrang!-sponsored US tour with Entheos, Conjurer, and Wolf King as we are. Not only are the death metal savants bringing this sick line-up around the states, they’re also planning on playing their new album in its entirety alongside a live saxophonist.

This tour is looking to be one unlike any other…which is why it’s both understandable and a bit of a bummer that the Brooklyn date of the tour sold out so quickly. However, due to the popular demand, Rivers Of Nihil have done the sensible thing: they’ve booked a second Brooklyn show!

We’re proud to announce Rivers Of Nihil’s second Where Owls Know My Name performance on Sunday, April 7th, at Brooklyn’s infamous Saint Vitus Bar. This time, the band will be joined be a whole new line-up, including moldy death metal sluggers Outer Heaven, black metal genre-benders Imperial Triumphant, and tech-death crushers Burial In The Sky.

On top of this, Outer Heaven will also be playing their new album, Realms Of Eternal Decay, in its entirety. So its safe to say that whichever Brooklyn show you attend, you’re going to see something truly awesome.

Make sure to get tickets for the show now, as this one’ll most likely also sell out, and you’re not going to want to miss it.

Saint Vitus Flyer

If you’re interested in the method behind Rivers Of Nihil’s sonic madness, make sure to read our Underground Sounds Of America profile of them, and listen to Where Owls Know My Name below.

Posted on February 14th 2019, 6:50pm
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