DEATHSTARS announce the release of their new album and autumn tour: stop in Italy on 24 November!

I Deathstarscult band of the Swedish industrial scene, are finally ready to make a comeback with Everything Destroys You, the first unreleased album in eight years that marks a long-awaited comeback and will be released on 5 May. The release will be accompanied by theEverything Destroys Europe Tour 2023 together with Priest e Liv Sinwhich will also touch Italy Friday 24 November 2023 at Bloom in Mezzago (MB). I tickets will be on sale on Ticketone from 11 a.m. on Thursday 20 April.

Amplified angst, unrestrained party nights, dystopia and glittering glamour: their varied musical spectrum ranges from electric highways of fun, action and adrenaline to darkness and black humour. "The reason it took so long is simply that we wanted - and needed - a break after a long period on the road, then came the pandemic and as a result the new tour was postponed and with it the album release, so it's great to finally be able to present Everything Destroys You', states Nightmare Industries.

Known for highly energetic rock'n'roll shows that sprout Scandinavian Deathglam, the band has won awards such as the Golden Gods Award by Metal Hammer and participated in the arena tours of artists such as Rammstein e Korn. In a career spanning more than 20 years, the Swedes have not only gained their own worldwide following, but have inspired many other bands through their uniqueness and glamorous appeal.

"Everything Destroys You is the face of the excesses of our lavish nights on the town. We always write about our lives and there is no fiction, spirituality or soul in the marrow of the Deathstars', states Whiplasher. "It is the scarred life of the city in its raw state."

I Deathstars are Whiplasher Bernadotte (voice), Nightmare Industries (guitar and keyboards), Cat Casino (guitar) and Skinny Disco (low).


Everything Destroys Europe Tour 2023



Friday 24 November 2023

Mezzago (MB), Bloom - via Eugenio Curiel, 39

Concerts start at 8.30 p.m.

Tickets available on Ticketone.

Standing room only: € 25,00 + prev.