WAKE To Join Full Of Hell On North American Fall Tour; Tickets On Sale Now!

Photo by Stephanie Cabral
Canada’s WAKE will support Full Of Hell on their upcoming North American Fall tour! The journey begins on October 26th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and runs through November 18th in Brooklyn, New York. Additional support will be provided by END and Inter Arma.
Comments guitarist Rob LaChance, “We are grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a well-put-together tour! We have a deep respect for all the bands and look forward to sharing the stage with them. This will be one of the heaviest bills of the year. Get tickets early or RIP.”
Tickets are on sale NOW. See all confirmed dates below.
WAKE w/ Full Of Hell, END, Inter Arma:
10/26/2023 Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA
10/27/2023 Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
10/28/2023 Legends Bar & Venue – Cincinnati, OH
10/30/2023 89th Street – Oklahoma City, OK
10/31/2023 Elysium – Austin, TX
11/02/2023 Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
11/03/2023 Brick By Brick – San Diego, CA
11/04/2023 Lodge Room – Los Angeles, CA
11/05/2023 Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
11/07/2023 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
11/08/2023 The Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO
11/10/2023 The Amsterdam – St. Paul, MN
11/11/2023 Avondale Music Hall – Chicago, IL
11/12/2023 Sanctuary – Detroit, MI
11/13/2023 No Class – Cleveland, OH
11/14/2023 Lee’s Palace – Toronto, ON
11/15/2023 Les Foufounes Electriques – Montreal, QC
11/16/2023 Middle East / Downstairs – Cambridge, MA
11/17/2023 Space Ballroom – Hamden, CT
11/18/2023 Monarch – Brooklyn, NY
WAKE released their Thought Form Descent full-length last June via Metal Blade Records. Never a band interested in repeating themselves, WAKE has evolved with every release. 2020’s Devouring Ruin made this clearer than ever, hammering the point home with the Confluence EP that same year, and now they return with Thought Form Descent – their most dynamic, diverse, and emotional release to date. The record boasts eight nuanced tracks that run the gamut from relentlessly heavy to exquisitely beautiful – often simultaneously – and instantly grab hold of the listener, demanding their full attention. However, at the same time, they are lushly textured and densely layered, and offer more with every subsequent exposure, unfurling to show hidden depths, and taking WAKE to a whole new level.
To track the album, the band once again collaborated with Dave Otero (Allegaeon, Cattle Decapitation) at Flatline Audio in Denver, Colorado. Kevin Hufnagel of Gorguts and Vaura also makes an appearance, playing guitar on “Pareidolia” and “Observer To Master,” the latter track one of the most melodic on the record. Preview and purchase the record at: metalblade.com/wake.
“Thought Form Descent is the sound of a band soaring to their highest heights yet.” – Invisible Oranges
“…a must-listen; an impressive case study in graceful evolution, and more importantly a masterful record in its own right.” – Distorted Sound
“…the band’s most poignant, yet punishing, record yet.” – No Clean Singing


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