The line-up will rotate each night to ensure that fans arrive early to see every band on the bill.
Despite the band’s scrapped tour plans supporting Meshuggah, mathcore pioneers Converge have made an impressive pivot with the announcement of their own headlining run slated to begin in March of this year.
Converge have recruited like-minded genre defiers in Full of Hell, Uniform and THOU for what comprises one of the most dynamic live bills of the year.
Adding an interesting aspect to the nightly roster of performances, Converge has stipulated that for every tour stop the “the order in which the support bands will appear will change every night— attendees should arrive to the shows early to ensure seeing every band.”
The band recently performed their seminal LP, Jane Doe as the headliners for the 2021 return of Decibel Magazine’s Metal + Beer Festival in Los Angeles last month. Transitioning into 2022, Converge will be touring in support of their recently unveiled project, Bloodmoon I which features Chelsea Wolfe in collaboration with Ben Chisholm, and Cave In’s Stephen Brodsky.
Converge is set to begin an especially busy 2022. The band will be celebrating the release of Bloodmoon I with not only their own domestic headlining run but are also confirmed for a healthy amount of tour dates including extreme music destinations like France’s Hellfest and Damnation Festival in the United Kingdom later in the year.