Saturday, October 13, 2012

Concert Announcements - November 2012

November is another huge month for great metal shows. Here's the recent additions, and don't forget about the other concerts already listed on the calendar for the month.

Metalcore band Do As The Romans Do make the trip from St. Cloud to headline Station 4 in St. Paul on Saturday, November 3 with Vessels For Our Ghost, Daytripper, Hold The Throne, and Sick Of Talking About It.

Former Queensrÿche vocalist Geoff Tate plays Mill City Nights in Minneapolis on Sunday, November 4.

Get ready for a brutal night of death metal with Municipal Waste, the legendary Napalm Death, gore merchants Exhumed, Diagoro, and Mördwolf on Sunday, November 4 at Station 4 in St. Paul.

Straight from Texas, stoner-doom band The Sword plays First Avenue in Minneapolis with Gypsyhawk and Eagle Claw. The Sword has come far since they played the 7th Street Entry a few years ago.

Returning to the area on Wednesday, November 7 at Station 4 in St. Paul is Straight Line Stitch with support from Defiler and Dead By Wednesday for an all ages show.

Station 4 in St. Paul has a night of all ages local metal on Thursday, November 8 with Burn Fetish, Whistle Kid, Splimit, and Maniacal.

Day one of the two-day Fall in Metal Festival in St. Paul at Station 4 on Friday, November 9 brings together Venus On Fire, Fifth Hour, and Mad Future.

Day two of the Fall in Metal Festival on Saturday, November 10 at Station 4 in St. Paul features underground metal legends Aska alongside a strong local billing of Dawn Of Valor, Mousai, Hollowstone, Minos, and Noble Beast.

Also on Saturday, November 10, death metal band Attila storms The Garage in Burnsville for an early all ages show with Make Me Famous, Issues, Ice Nine Kills, Adestria, and We Are The Blog!

The Pierce The Veil show on Saturday, November 10 at The Cabooze in Minneapolis is now sold out. Also performing will be Sleeping With Sirens, Tonight Alive, and Hands Like Houses.

Punk-pop band Unwritten Law plays St. Paul at Station 4 on Sunday, November 11 with Versus The World.

Rockers Hinder play an acoustic show at the Triple Rock Social Club in Minneapolis on Sunday, November 11.

Monday, November 12 has the legendary death metal band Six Feet Under at Station 4 in St. Paul with Cattle Decapitation, Wretched, Agitate, and Ghost Hook.

Costumed rockers Green Jellÿ (formerly Green Jellö) of “Three Little Pigs” video fame bring their show to Station 4 in St. Paul on Tuesday, November 13 with Jamie Cooper’s Band From Hell.

RNDM, featuring Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament, embark on their first tour this November, which brings them to First Avenue in Minneapolis on Thursday, November 15. No support bands have been announced at this time.

Chicago’s experimental black metal outfit Nachtmystium invade St. Paul at Station 4 on Friday, November 16 with Jarboe, Weapon, Atrum Inritus, and Conniption.

Also on Friday, November 16, P.O.D. and Nonpoint play First Avenue in Minneapolis.

Local heroes Throw The Fight headline Station 4 in St. Paul on Wednesday, November 21 with support from Emergent, Vaudeville, and Aeous.

Local shock-rock troupe Apocalypse Theatre brings their Revolution Circus show to Station 4 in St. Paul on Thursday, November 22. Also appearing will be Mercury Mad.

Staind frontman Aaron Lewis brings his solo show back to town on Saturday, November 24 to Mill City Nights in Minneapolis.

That same night, Saturday, November 24, Saliva will be appearing at Pov’s 65 (Povlitzki’s) in Spring Lake Park.

Atlanta metalcore band Woe, Is Me headlines a bill with Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Our Last Night, Secrets, Capture The Crown, and The Seeking on Tuesday, November 27 at Station 4 in St. Paul.

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