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OVERKILL – 2022 U.S. Tour Dates With PRONG

Legendary American thrash metal act OVERKILL are booked to tour the U.S. in March 2022. Support on the trek will come from PRONG.

The dates are as follows:

March 03 – The Chance – Poughkeepsie – NY
March 04 – The Palladium – Worcester – MA
March 05 – Jergels – Pittsburgh – PA
March 06 – House Of Blues – Cleveland – OH
March 07 – The King Of Clubs – Columbus – OH
March 08 – Harpo’s – Detroit – MI
March 09 – Piere’s – Ft. Wayne – IN
March 10 – Concord – Chicago – IL
March 11 – Bogart’s – Cincinnati – OH
March 12 – Orange Peel – Asheville – NC
March 13 – House Of Blues – Orlando – FL
March 14 – Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale FL
March 16 – The Fillmore – Silver Springs – MD
March 17 – Toads Place – New Haven – CT
March 18 – Palladium – New York – NY
March 19 – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburgh – PA

This past September, OVERKILL bassist D.D. Verni spoke to Jeff Gaudiosi of MisplacedStraws.com about the progress of the recording sessions for the band’s new album. He said: “We’re recording it right now. A good portion of it’s done. It keeps getting moved, frankly, depending on the COVID situation, when we can tour. At first, we thought, ‘What difference does it make whether we tour or not? Just put a record out.’ And then we thought, ‘We really wanna put out the music and then bring it to the people.’ That’s the fun. It’s not just putting it out and just saying, ‘There you go’; it’s then being able to tour it and bring it and put it out there. So right now, we have a tour set for March here in the States, and then in April and May in Europe next year. The plan is to maybe have a record with that, with both those tours. So we have to kind of see how that goes with the touring part and with the record part. If the record’s done, maybe that makes sense to do. But if they pull the tours from us again, maybe we delay a little bit more; maybe we don’t at that point and we say, ‘Okay, let’s just move on.’ I’m not a hundred percent sure. But for the most part, it’s done. We’re just kind of recording, putting finishing touches on it. I mean, it’s gotta be mixed and all that, but we’re working on the cover right now with our artist. So it’s moving along.”