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Cobalt announce tour dates around Maryland Deathfest

As partially revealed at BrooklynVegan, Colorado black metal band Cobalt will join special guests Lord Mantis for a string of East Coast dates surrounding their apperance at Maryland Deathfest. The shows will include a tour kick-off at Maryland Deathfest and head North, eventually terminating at a show in Boston on June 2nd. The shows are Cobalt’s first dates on the East Coast ever and some of only a handful that band has ever performed. Dates are below.

Meanwhile, Erik Wunder of Cobalt’s other project, Man’s Gin, will embark on a similar journey in that timeframe, the release of a new album! Look for the new LP Rebellion Hymns, bearing the very Angels of Light-esque artwork below, on May 28th via Profound Lore.

— Fred Pessaro

Man's Gin

05/23 – Baltimore, MD @ Maryland Deathfest*
05/27 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
05/28 – Harrisonburg, VA @ The Blue Nile
05/29 – Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter*
05/30 – Philadelphia, PA @ Mill Creek Tavern
05/31 – Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus
06/01 – Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus
06/02 – Boston, MA @ Cambridge Elk Lodge
*No Lord Mantis

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