In support of their new album that Pitchfork called "fluid, fertile, and most importantly, full of life, in spite of the tragedy that threatens to define it", Black Tusk bring their devastating sound to Boston Music Room.
Coming two years after the tragic death of bassist Jonathan Athon, their Pillars Of Ash LP is a blistering return. Loaded with the rhythmic intricacy of Andrew Fidler’s blinding drum parts, James May’s shredded riffs and baritone growls and the signature dark, sludgy bass melodies Athon had completed before his passing, it's a triumphant offering in any case.
November 3rd is the date Savannah's Black Tusk blitz the capital with their relentless metal.
Presented by Fire And Air.
This is a 14+ event. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.