BIBLE OF THE DEVIL To Embark Upon First East Coast Tour In 7 Years

(By Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker, Senior Writer/Journalist,

Chicago gruff rock band Bible Of The Devil have announced their plans for an East Coast touring trek, their first such jaunt eastward since 2011.

The band, which I continue to claim are one of stoner rock’s most underrated acts, plan to release a new studio album soon too. Two of these upcoming appearances from Bible Of The Devil are festivals, “Beer, Grub ‘N Sweat” and “Alehorn Of Power X” and you can find info via links below.

Today’s tour announcement, a venture dubbed the “Street Heat Summer Tour“, and the imminent album release are most welcome news items from Bible Of The Devil indeed.

The last official full-length release from Bible Of The Devil was 2012’s incredible For The Love Of Thugs & Fools, which we’re including a stream of.

Nathan Perry: Vocals, Guitars
Greg Spalding: Drums
Darren Amaya: Bass, Vocals
Chris Grubbs: Guitars

Street Heat” Summer Tour 2018:
July 20th Fri. – Pittsburgh, PA @ Cattivo’s w/ Argus, Horehound
July 21st Sat. – Allston, MA @ O’Brien’s Grub, Sweat, N Beers Fest w/ Hey Zeus
July 22nd Sun. – New York City, NY @ Bowery Electric w/ Hey Zeus
July 23rd Mon. – Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter w/ Twisted Tower Dire, Desert Altar
July 24th Tues. – Wilmington, NC @ Reggie’s 42nd Street Tavern w/ All Night High, Children Of The Reptile
July 25th Wed. – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle Back Room w/ Mega Colossus, Demon Eye, Witch Mountain
July 26th Thurs. – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups w/ Mega Colossus, Beggars
July 27th Fri. – Detroit, MI @ Small’s w/ Mega Colossus, Kommander
July 28th Sat. – Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s Live Alehorn Of Power X Fest w/ High Spirits, Mega Colossus, Ignitor, Owl, Stagecoach Inferno, Zuul

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