Throwdown to Headline First Annual Brawloween Tour
Are you ready to brawl? Throwdown wants you to put up your dukes, throw haymakers (hardcore fans should get that reference) and engage in a little round of fisticuffs for the month of October! Throwdown aren't ballin'; they're brawlin'.
The Orange County mosh maniacs will headline the first annual Brawloween tour, a brand new live event which will stretch across the West Coast with support from Carnifex, First Blood and Suffokate.
The band will mark their first live appearances in nearly two years by presenting a fan-favorite filled set list consisting of material from classic albums like 'Haymaker' (2003) and 'Vendetta' (2005) alongside select tracks from 'Venom & Tears' (2007) and 'Deathless' (2009). Noisecreep thinks that TxDx should drag out some classics from 'You Don't Have to Be Blood to Be Family' (2000).
"It's exciting if not a little nerve-wracking to be playing a string of shows like this after almost two years," frontman Dave Peters said about the bands return to the ring, er, road!
He continued, "Especially with most of them so close to home. We plan on performing a ton of older songs and some fan favorites that were left off set lists when we were touring in support of 'Deathless' & 'Venom & Tears.' At the end of the night, we just want to have played a set that had no valleys and maintained an intensity from start to finish." So essentially, fans should prepare to mosh till they can't mosh no more.
Peters also said, "The dynamic with the crowd is the most important part in pulling that off, so we're giving them what they want each night and asking only that they reciprocate and have a good time with us. So tell us what songs you want to hear, preferably before we start rehearsing them versus yelling it at the stage night of, and there's a good chance you'll hear them." Are you paying attention, TxDx fans? We hope that Peters and co. read this post, since we just made our suggestion. Preferably 'Unite' from 'You Don't Have to Be Blood to Be Family.'
There you have it, West Coast TxDx fans. The band is going to rock so hard they crack the earth's crust! East Coast fans certainly wish they had a chance to go mano y mano at the Brawloween.
FRI 10/21 - San Diego, CA @ Soma
SAT 10/22 - Bakersfield, CA @ Jerrys Pizza
SUN 10/23 - Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
MON 10/24 - Tucson, AZ @ Skrappy's
TUE 10/25 - Phoenix, AZ @ Underground
WED 10/26 - Las Vegas, NV @ TBD
THU 10/27 - Reno, NV @ The Alley
FRI 10/28 - Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
SAT 10/29 - Temecula, CA @ The Vault
SUN 10/30 - Huntington Beach, CA @ E.F.F.
MON 10/31 - Canoga Park, CA @ Cobalt Cafe