Downfall Of Gaia announce new European dates for their Atrophy tour with special guests High Fighter and Hexer

Post-Black & Sludge Doom Metal outfit Downfall Of Gaia, who are currently on tour with Hamferd, have just announced more tour dates for their ‘Atrophy Tour’, kicking off in April 2018! The band hit the studio in June 2016 and released their recent and critically acclaimed record ‘Atrophy‘ via Metal Blade Records in November 2016, followed by numerous shows and tours all over Europe to support the album live.

With High Fighter on the bill, Downfall Of Gaia will not just meet old and close friends, but also a band that already left its stamp in the current Stoner, Doom & Sludge Metal scene. Formed in 2014 as a total new project by former band members of A Million Miles, Buffalo Hump and Pyogenesis, this band is a volatile cocktail of heavy as hell riffs fuelled by beer and the mighty weedian riffs. Add a heavy dose of the blues and these deadly schizophrenic vocals and High Fighter offer something new to the Sludge, Stoner, Doom & Metal Scene.

After their ciritically acclaimed debut EP ‘The Goat Ritual‘ released end of 2014, followed by numerous shows all over Europe and the UK, including festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Desertfest Berlin & Antwerp, Stoned from the Underground, Summer Breeze & many more, as well as having shared the stages with bands like Ahab, Mammoth Storm, Crowbar, Corrosion of Conformity, Conan, Downfall of Gaia, Greenleaf, The Midnight Ghost Train, Brant Bjork or Earth Ship, High Fighter released their first full length album ‘Scars & Crosses‘ in the summer of 2016 with Finland’s cult label Svart Records.

Hexer is a four-piece outfit from Germany, combining doom, black and stoner with oriental tunes, repetetive riffs, drone and atmospheric soundscapes. Weird tuned strings and heavy low end, create a meditative yet ominous atmosphere. After recording a live EP in late 2015, Hexer played shows all over Germany and released their full length debut ‘Cosmic Doom Ritual‘ in April 2017 on Berlin-based label Vendetta Records. Their live performances are loud and dark rituals, covering the audience in sub-bass, incense and black light,  the artists fully painted in shamanic body paint.