Winds OF Plague Best Coast Tour
Winds Of Plague 2013 tour known as The Motherfucking Best Coast Tour with support from Impending Doom, No Bragging Rights, City In The Sea, and Destruction Of A King.
About Winds of Plague
Winds of Plague is an American deathcore band from California. When the band formed in 2002, their name was originally Bleak December. However, in 2005, they changed their name to Winds of Plague and released their demo “A Cold Day in Hell.” In 2008, they released their first album “Decimate the Weak” through Century Media Records. In 2015, vocalist Johnny Plague announced the band’s return after a hiatus. They recorded their fifth studio album “Blood of My Enemy” from 2016 to 2017 and released it in 2017.
About No Bragging Rights
No Bragging Rights is a hardcore punk band that formed in Riverside, California in 1999. The band consists of members Mike Perez (vocals), Christian Lee (guitar), Daniel Garrow (guitar), Martin Alcedo (bass), and drummer Sammy Clifford. They have released several albums and EPs over the years, including “The Anatomy of a Martyr,” “Illuminator,” and “Cycles.” Their music is known for its socially conscious lyrics and aggressive sound, blending elements of punk rock and metal. The band has also toured extensively, playing shows across the United States and Europe, and has shared the stage with notable acts such as Comeback Kid, Stick to Your Guns, and Terror.
About City In The Sea
City in the Sea was a metalcore band that formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 2009. The band consisted of members Chadwick Johnson (vocals), Jeffrey Christian (guitar), Nick Rossi (bass), and Dan Dameron (drums). They released their debut album “Below the Noise” in 2013, which featured a blend of heavy breakdowns, melodic guitar riffs, and clean vocals. The album received positive reviews and helped the band gain a following in the metalcore scene. They also played shows across the United States, sharing stages with bands such as The Acacia Strain and Fit For A King. Despite their success, City in the Sea disbanded in 2015.