Goatwhore ticket give away

Goatwhore at Rock & Roll Hotel

The New Orleans based band Goatwhore is coming to the Rock & Roll Hotel on Thursday, July 9th of 2015 along with Ringworm, Black Breath and Theories. Since you don’t want to miss a line up like that we’re going to give away a free pair of tickets to this show to one of you lucky DCHM readers! To enter just leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite Goatwhore song is. If you need some help you can check out their discography here At 5pm EST this Friday, July 3rd, a winner will be chosen at random (using Random.org) from all valid entries to win the pair of tickets. Be sure to enter using a valid email you check regularly so I can contact you if you win. Don’t worry, I won’t add you to any spam lists or sell your info or anything sleazy like that. If I haven’t heard back from the winner within 24 hours another winner will be chosen at random. If you can’t wait to see if you win or the contest is already over when you read this, then you can get tickets from Ticket Fly for $15 here.

Goatwhore has become one of the most popular extreme metal bands from the New Orleans area so it makes sense they’re headlining this tour. There’s some other great bands to see on the tour as well of course, including Ringworm a thrash/hardcore band from Cleveland, Ohio, that has been around since the early 90s. And you definitely don’t want to miss Black Breath, who despite being from Seattle have a sound that fits right with bands like Nihilist, Unleashed, Grave and Dismember. The show’s opener is also from Seattle, but Theories is a brutal death/grind band that will get the crowd pumped up early at this one. Now let me know what your favorite Goatwhore song is in the comments below (or if you’re more into one of the opener bands you can pick one of their songs too of course!) and be sure to check out these songs by the bands playing the show.

Goatwhore – Apocalyptic Havoc

Ringworm – Hammer Of The Witch

Black Breath – Home Of The Grave

Theories – Cycle Of Decay