RIVERS OF NIHIL - Announces New Line-Up for "Faces of Death" European Tour 2022!

For various reasons Archspire, Black Crown Initiate and To The Grave had to drop off the tour. Avocado booking worked hard on saving the tour and everyone is excited to welcome Fallujah, Inferi and Harbinger onto the tour! Previously purchased tickets will remain valid.

There has been a venue change for Birmingham (to Asylum) and Paris (to Backstage By The Mill). For further information and ticket links please visit: facesofdeathtour.com


11.11.22 Germany Oberhausen @ Kulttempel 
12.11.22 Germany Karlsruhe @ Die Stadtmitte 
13.11.22 Italy Milan @ Slaughter Club 
14.11.22 Switzerland Aarau @ KiFF 
15.11.22 Germany Munich @ Backstage 
16.11.22 Czech Republic Prague @ Futurum 
17.11.22 Austria Vienna @ Viper Room 
18.11.22 Hungary Budapest @ Dürer Kert 
19.11.22 Poland Poznan @ U Bazyla 
20.11.22 Germany Dresden @ Puschkin 
21.11.22 Germany Berlin @ Hole44 
22.11.22 Germany Hannover @ Béi Chéz Heinz 
23.11.22 Denmark Copenhagen @ Stengade 
24.11.22 Germany Hamburg @ Logo 
25.11.22 The Netherlands Nijmegen @ Doornroosje SOLD OUT 
26.11.22 UK Bristol @ Thekla 
27.11.22 UK London @ O2 Academy Islington 
28.11.22 UK Glasgow @ Cathouse 
29.11.22 UK Manchester @ Rebellion 
30.11.22 UK Birmingham @ Asylum 
01.12.22 UK Southampton @ The Loft 
02.12.22 France Paris @ Backstage By The Mill 
03.12.22 Belgium Aarschot @ De Klinker Club

Rivers of Nihil will be touring in support of their newest full-length, The Work, released last Fall on Metal Blade Records. Rivers of Nihil has never fit neatly into a box, but with 2018's Where Owls Know My Name, they transcended all labels applied to them. Returning in 2021 with The Work, they've forged further into new territory, delivering an album that's as cerebral as it is visceral, and that covers a staggering sonic range, definitively placing them in a category of their own. Inarguably a dense, heavy collection, The Work is far too dynamic to be considered a solely metal record and there is a genuine warmth that shows through, particularly tracks like "Wait" and the gorgeous "Maybe One Day." Additionally, the band has incorporated far more clean vocals alongside the screaming that tears through many of the record's heavier tracks. Courtesy of their friend Zach Strouse, saxophone once again adds extra layers of atmosphere to the collection, utilizing baritone, soprano, and alto saxes to great effect.

Preview and purchase The Work at: metalblade.com/riversofnihil