Municipal Waste drop “Wave of Death” off upcoming EP ‘The Last Rager’
Municipal Waste keeps delivering hits.August 30, 2019
Municipal Waste just announced some big news. The thrashy, speed-metal band revealed that their new EP The Last Rager will be released Oct. 11 and dropped the first single off said EP.
The EP is put out under Nuclear Blast and claims to be four ripper tracks that embrace the band’s punk and street metal roots without clutching the past.
If you are unfamiliar with Municipal Waste, they are a crossover thrash band from Richmond, VA and have been around for nearly two decades. Municipal Waste has released six studio albums, three EPs and four splits. Their most recent release being Slime and Punishment two years ago.
Municipal Waste released a live music video for the single “Wave of Death” which can be viewed below.
The Last Rager can be preordered here. The band hits the road coheadlining with Napalm Death in October. The official tracklist for The Last Rager can be seen below. In addition, we’ve also included a full list of tour dates.
Municipal Waste The Last Rager Track Listing
01. “Wave of Death”
02. “Car-Nivore (Street Meat)”
03. “Rum For Your Life”
04. “The Last Rager
10/03 — Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live*
10/04 — Austin, TX @ Mohawk*
10/05 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall*
10/06 — Birmingham, AL. @ Iron City
10/07 — Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade*
10/09 — Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
10/10 — Croydon, PA @ Neshaminy Creek Brewery
10/12 — New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom #
10/13 — Worcester, MA @ Rock N Shock Festival
10/14 — Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theater
10/16 — Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theater
10/17 — Chicago, IL @ Metro Friday
10/18 — Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater
10/19 — Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theater
10/20 — Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
10/22 — San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
10/23 — Los Angeles, CA. @ Teragram Ballroom %
* Revocation, Voivod, Psycroptic, Skeletal Remains, Conjurer
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