Looks like May is for Metal this year… one more Metal oriented show to announce with San Francisco doom band CASTLE. This show lands on Castle’s release date for their new album, Under Siege, on Prosthetic Records. Parade of Flesh presents . . . May 20th, 2014 – 7:30pm CASTLE locals tba at Three Links […]
Currently on their 25th Anniversary tour, NOLA’s finest, EYEHATEGOD will be playing at TREES on the final Saturday of 2013. Parade of Flesh presents . . . Saturday, Dec. 28th, 2013 – 7pm EYEHATEGOD – 25th Anniversary Tour. at Trees – Dallas All Ages. $17 advance.
BLOODY HAMMERS to replace the recently defunct Gates of Slumber on the Church of Misery tour. Parade of Flesh presents . . . Tuesday, Nov. 19th, 2013 – 7pm Church of Misery (Japan) BLOODY HAMMERS Against the Grain (ATG) at Club Dada 2720 Elm St. Dallas, TX All Ages $15 advance, $18 day of show
Always fun bringing BLACK TUSK through town. This time they are coming through with their Relapse label mates from Richmond: INTER ARMA, who came through in July w. Ken Mode. This will also serve as Dallas’ Baring Teeth‘s first show back since taking a hiatus to record and write new material. Parade of Flesh presents […]
Intronaut will be returning to Dallas this September on a limited run with VATTNET VISKAR. Parade of Flesh presents . . . Monday, Sept. 16th, 2013 – 7pm INTRONAUT VATTNET VISKAR at Club Dada 2720 Elm St Dallas, TX All Age $11 advance, $14 day of show
We have UK heavy metal band ORANGE GOBLIN coming to Dallas with California’s HOLY GRAIL (nuclear blast records) & LAZER/WULF (experimental metal trio from Athens/Atlanta). Parade of Flesh presents . . . Monday, Sept. 30th, 2013 – 7:30pm ORANGE GOBLIN (Candlelight) HOLY GRAIL (nuclear blast) LAZER/WULF at Club Dada – 2720 Elm St – Dallas All Ages […]
Parade of Flesh presents . . . Sunday, September 9th, 2012 – 7pm VEKTOR (earache) @ Club Dada 2720 Elm St Dallas, TX ALL AGES: Only $6 advance, $8 day of show at ticketfly. Facebook event Conceived in December of 2002 by front man/guitarist David DiSanto, Vektor quickly gained popularity amongst the Phoenix metal contingent […]