Today we woke up at 6 a.m.in order to make it into Albuquerque at a reasonable time. We weren't sure what time load-in was and we wanted to be there in time in case it was early. I drove this trip, which clocked in at about eight hours. There was a time change between Arizona and New Mexico, which we were amply warned about by 7 Horns, who had spent the night in ABQ (Albequerque). On the way out to ABQ, while we were still in Arizona, we drove right past the giant meteor crater.
Touring has been ... awesome and crazy! I won’t get into detail on the awesome that much, but I will definitely speak on the crazy. Hopefully bands that are planning their first tours (or bands that have experienced what we have on this tour) will enjoy this read!
The Ninkasi Tricerahops became an instant favorite the moment I first tried it. It poured out of the tap with a nice amber color and had a nice white head that slowly fades as you are enjoying this brew. Tricerahops has a very pleasant aroma of hops that is complimented by various citrus accents.
Hello, everyone! Welcome to the first entry of our Dual Destruction Tour blog. The tentative plan is to trade off between band members on these blog-writing duties, so the same person doesn't have to bear all the responsibility, and also so that our readers will have a chance to get differing perspectives and writing styles surrounding the tour.
Progressive atmospheric death metallers 7 Horns 7 Eyes and progressive groove metallers Stealing Axion have announced a co-headlining run, aptly named The Dual Destruction Tour. Sponsored by Guitar World, this epic progressive tour will be hitting the West Coast during May and June, so be sure to attend! All tour dates for this trek are below.