THE DRIP To Support Kreator And Obituary On Seattle Show Of Decibel Tour + Additional Shows Supporting The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability Announced

Washington-based grindcore outfit THE DRIP has booked several new upcoming shows across the Pacific Northwest in support of their Relapse Records-released The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability debut album.

THE DRIP‘s new shows include an opening slot at the Seattle date of the upcoming Decibel Magazine tour featuring Kreator, Obituary, Midnight, and Horrendous on March 28th. That set is followed by a headlining show in Olympia the following night, March 29th, and the weekend cones to a smoldering finale with a show in Portland March 30th, with Nails, Toxic Holocaust, and Gatecreeper. Additional shows are to be expected.

THE DRIP Live:

3/28/2017 Neptune – Seattle, WA @ Decibel Tour w/ Kreator, Obituary, Midnight, Horrendous [info]

3/29/2017 Obsidian – Olympia, WA

3/30/2017 Analog Café & Theater – Portland, OR w/ Nails, Toxic Holocaust, Gatecreeper [info]

Marking ten years since the band’s inception this year, THE DRIP began the year with the delivery of their proper debut album, The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability, released through Relapse Records. Fusing together the rawest elements of crust, powerviolence, d-beat and grind, the album offers thirteen frenzied tracks, chock-full of slaughterhouse riffage, lightning fast blastbeats, and pulverizing breakdowns, produced by Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust and mastered by Brad Boatright (Skeletonwitch, Gatecreeper, Weekend Nachos).

Stream The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability in its entirety at THIS LOCATION and see the video for “Blackest Evocation” HERE.

The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability is available through Relapse Records on CD, LP, and digital formats. Physical preorders and bundles are available via Relapse.com HERE and digital preorders via Bandcamp HERE.

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