At The Gates


Deathsters stream lead track

Arizona death metal newcomers GATECREEPER have announced their savage debut album Sonoran Depravation. Having devastated the underground since their formation less than three years ago, GATECREEPER now unleash their first full-length, produced by Ryan Bram at Homewrecker Studios and mixed by Kurt Ballou (Converge, Nails, Black Breath) at God City Studios. Sonoran Depravation tears and chugs through 30+ minutes of crusty, doom-soaked death metal at its most infectious and uncompromising with a massive sound that calls to mind the classic Swedish buzz-saw attack of Dismember and Grave mixed with the impeccable groove of Obituary and Bolt Thrower. The album’s lead track “Craving Flesh” can be heard now.

Sonoran Depravation is set for an October 7th release via Relapse Records and can be pre-ordered on physical and digital formats here.

GATECREEPER recently announced a full US tour in support of Skeletonwitch and label-mates Iron Reagan, which will kick-off September 29th in Atlanta, GA. Additional support will come from Oathbreaker and a complete listing of dates is available below.

Stay tuned for more news and tour dates from GATECREEPER.


***All Dates with Skeletonwitch, Iron Reagan, Oathbreaker***

Sep 23 Tucson, AZ Club Congress*
Sep 27 Tulsa, OK SoundPony*
Sep 28 Memphis, TN RockHouse Live Midtown*
Sep 29 Atlanta, GA The Earl
Sep 30 Savannah, GA The Jinx
Oct 1 Tampa, FL Crowbar
Oct 2 Gainesville, FL The Atlantic
Oct 4 New Orleans, LA Siberia
Oct 5 Houston, TX White Oak
Oct 6 Dallas, TX RBC
Oct 7 Austin, TX Barracuda
Oct 9 Phoenix, AZ Rebel Lounge
Oct 10 San Diego, CA Brick by Brick
Oct 11 Los Angeles, CA The Roxy
Oct 12 San Francisco, CA DNA Lounge
Oct 14 Portland, OR Panic Room
Oct 15 Seattle, WA Highline
Oct 16 Boise, ID Wastelander Studios*
Oct 17 Salt Lake City, UT Metro Bar
Oct 18 Denver, CO Marquis Theater

Oct 29 Mesa, AZ Within These Walls Fest*

*Gatecreeper Only

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