By The Nation
The band, featuring vocalist Chris McMahon, guitarists Sean Delander and Andy Marsh, drummer Lee Stanton and bassist Kevin Butler, will perform a set of songs from their fourth studio album, “Dear Desolation” released in August 2017 on Nuclear Blast. It is also vocalist CJ McMahon's first album with Thy Art Is Murder since his reunion with the band in January last year.
Following the release of their third full-length album “Holy War” in 2015, vocalist Chris “CJ” McMahon left the band. In January, the band announced McMahon's return to the band and released the stand-alone single “No Absolution” (a B-side from the “Holy War” recording sessions) as part of the announcement. McMahon stated that he had cleaned up his issues with cocaine dependence and had also married.
After their Thailand gig, the band will go on to Hong Kong on January 24, Beijing on January 25, Taipei on January 27, Seoul on January 28 then perform across Japan from January 31 to February 6.
Early bird tickets are Bt1,000, pre-sales Bt1,200 and Bt1,500 at the door. They’re available at Gram on the fourth floor of Siam Paragon (02) 610 7995, Indy Pop Concerts (085) 060 4120, and Sick Chainsaws at Room No 26 of MRT Chatuchak Station (086) 663 4054.