Michigan Death Thrashers Announce US Co-Headlining Tour With Somnuri This March

Plague Years. Photo by Rian Staber.

Detroit-based death thrashers PLAGUE YEARS will return to the stage this March on a US co-headlining tour with Brooklyn sludge metal unit Somnuri. The trek runs from March 4th through March 24th.

Comments guitarist Eric Lauder, “After a month long tour with Exhorder and Take Offense, we realized all we want to do is tour! We are very excited about hitting the road with Somnuri. Come witness the heaviness we will bring every night. All Will Suffer.”

Circle Of Darkness Full-Length Out Now On MNRK Heavy

See all confirmed dates below.

PLAGUE YEARS w/ Somnuri:

3/04/2022 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL

3/05/2022 Eagles Club 34 – Minneapolis, MN

3/06/2022 Bottleneck – Lawrence, KS

3/07/2022 7th Circle – Denver, CO

3/08/2022 Loading Dock – Salt Lake City, UT

3/10/2022 Den Of Sin – Sacramento, CA

3/11/2022 Golden Bull – Oakland, CA

3/12/2022 Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA

3/13/2022 Underground – Mesa, AZ

3/15/2022 White Swan – Houston, TX

3/16/2022 Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX

3/17/2022 Boozers – Corpus Christi, TX

3/19/2022 Sidneys Saloon – New Orleans, LA

3/20/2022 Boggs – Atlanta, GA

3/22/2022 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA

3/24/2022 Kingsland – Brooklyn, NY


PLAGUE YEARS released their critically-adored Circle Of Darkness full-length in 2020 via MNRK Heavy. Mining the subterranean depths once unearthed on classic Sepultura albums like Beneath The Remains and Arise, with the vicious bite of Germanic slabs like In The Sign Of Evil by Sodom and the Hall of Fame ‘80s output of Slayer, the devilish and down-tuned death worship within PLAGUE YEARS serves as a demonic calling card for the foursome; a brutal counterbalance to their otherwise like minded thrash revivalists. On Circle Of Darkness, PLAGUE YEARS reunites with engineer Arthur Rizk, whose work with Power Trip, Tomb Mold, Candy, and Cavalera Conspiracy has propelled him to the front of the horde amidst the resurgence of crossover thrash.