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DEICIDE Announces 2022 'Legion' 30th Anniversary U.S. Tour

Updated: Mar 15, 2022



Florida-based death metal masters DEICIDE have announced their 30th anniversary 'Legion' 2022 U.S. tour. The band is set to play the entire record along with a mix of songs from their vast discography. KATAKLYSM will provide support also playing their record 'Serenity in Fire' in it's entirety. Legendary bassist Terry Butler's band INHUMAN CONDITION will also provide support on the tour.


The 29-date run will kick-off at Chelsea's Live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on August 11th, 2022 and will wind up at The Orpheum in Tampa, Florida on September 10th, 2022.


DEICIDE/ KATAKLYSM/ INHUMAN CONDITION 2022 tour dates:


Aug. 11 - Baton Rouge, LA @ Chelsea's Live

Aug. 12 - Houston, TX @ Scout Bar

Aug. 13 - San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box

Aug. 14 - Dallas, TX @ Trees

Aug. 15 - Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater

Aug. 16 - Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theater

Aug. 17 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

Aug. 18 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent

Aug. 19 - Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield Trading Post

Aug. 20 - Portland, OR @ Bossanova Ballroom

Aug. 21 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

Aug. 23 - Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

Aug. 24 - Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck

Aug. 25 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze

Aug. 26 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge

Aug. 27 - Columbus, OH @ King of Clubs

Aug. 28 - Indianapolis, IN @ Irving Theater

Aug. 29 - Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom

Aug. 30 - Cleveland, OH @ Odeon Concert Club

Aug. 31 - Toronto, ON @ Lee's Palace

Sep. 01 - Quebec City, QC @ Impérial Bell

Sep. 02 - Montreal, QC @ Théâtre Corona

Sep. 03 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater

Sep. 04 - New York NY @ Gramercy Theater

Sep. 06 - Reading, PA @ Reverb

Sep. 07 - Richmond, VA @ Canal Club

Sep. 08 - Greensboro, NC @ The Blind Tiger

Sep. 09 - Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage

Sep. 10 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum


In a 2004 interview Glen Benton commented on the album 'Legion': "I think 'Legion' was ahead of its time. It was just too fast for everybody at the time. I think it just caught everybody off guard. They thought we were gonna put out a la-di-da album, and here comes this fuckin piece of music, fuckin style of music that's fuckin' over the top. Everybody fuckin hated it, all the magazines hated it; now it's years later and everybody loves it."


"I made a comment saying that 'Legion' sucked," Glen said in another interview. "Now everybody thinks I hated it. That's not true. I didn't hate the record. I just said that to the band, because that's how I wanted to get my point across at the time. As far as that record goes, the only things I did not like was that we were being rushed by the record company, and the production was not totally satisfying. Because we were being rushed, we weren't able to be selective with amplifiers and instruments, so when you compare 'Once Upon The Cross' to 'Legion', there is an obvious difference.


Benton added: "The problem with 'Legion' was that we just went into the studio and played, then tried to fix things, of course, the more you do that, the more it takes away from the sound."




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