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Death Lens

Death Lens Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 6,794
Category Alternative, Garage, Punk, Hardcore, Rock
Concerts
Mar
15
Kilby Court
Salt Lake City
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Mar
17
Death Lens @ Vultures
Colorado Springs
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Mar
19
Blueberry Hill
St Louis
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Mar
20
The Foundry
Lakewood
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Mar
22
with Teen Mortgage
New York
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Mar
23
with Teen Mortgage
Philadelphia
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Mar
24
with Teen Mortgage
Medford
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Mar
26
with Teen Mortgage
Montreal
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Mar
27
with Teen Mortgage
Toronto
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Mar
29
with Teen Mortgage
Hamtramck
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Mar
30
with Teen Mortgage
Chicago
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Apr
01
with Teen Mortgage
Indianapolis
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Apr
02
with Teen Mortgage
Columbus
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Apr
03
with Teen Mortgage
Nashville
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Apr
05
with Teen Mortgage
Atlanta
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Apr
06
with Teen Mortgage
Chapel Hill
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Apr
07
with Teen Mortgage
Richmond
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Apr
08
Death Lens @ Mag Bar
Louisville
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Apr
09
Death Lens @ Growlers
Memphis
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Apr
11
Death Lens @ 89th Street
Oklahoma City
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Apr
12
Moonlight Lounge
Albuquerque
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Apr
13
Death Lens @ The Hive
Flagstaff
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Apr
23
with Together Pangea
Reno
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Apr
24
with Together Pangea
Sacramento
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Apr
25
with Together Pangea
Fresno
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Apr
26
with Together Pangea
Templeton
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Apr
27
with Together Pangea
Bakersfield
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Apr
28
with Together Pangea
Pioneertown
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Apr
30
with Together Pangea
Ventura
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May
01
with Together Pangea
Garden Grove
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May
19
Db's
Utrecht
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May
21
Le Botanique
Bruxelles
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May
22
Sonic Ballroom
Cologne
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May
23
Trefpunt
Gent
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May
24
Sniester 2024
Den Haag
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May
25
Concrete Jungle Fest 2024
Burghausen
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May
26
KIFF
Aarau
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May
28
Stummsche Reithalle
Neunkirchen
Tickets
May
29
Sedel Club
Lucerne
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May
30
Trokson
Lyon
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May
31
Block Party 2024
Paris
Tickets
Jun
01
Booze Cruise 2024
Hamburg
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Jun
02
Bei Chez Heinz
Hannover
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Jun
27
Jera On Air Festival 2024
Ysselsteyn
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Jun
29
The Hug and Pint
Glasgow
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Jul
04
Drummonds
Worcester
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Jul
05
The Underground
Stoke
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Jul
09
Dead Wax Digbeth
Birmingham
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Jul
12
2000 Trees 2024
Cheltenham
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About Death Lens
Death Lens want to be in your ear at all times. They hide their ferocity underneath a thick veneer of style until the energy and chaos of one of their live shows leaves every audience member disarmed and forever changed. Off the strength of 2022’s No Luck, tours with Militarie Gun and Together Pangea, and the support of their hometown, Death Lens is releasing their new album, Cold World, May 3rd on Epitaph Records. For Death Lens, it’s all been building to this. Cold World is a departure from the early styles Death Lens mimicked as a young band, transmuting them into matured and brawny post-hardcore tinged rock songs. On record, Death Lens have an established habit of writing hard-nosed rock that combines West Coast reverbed-out surf punk with tight and bouncy Britrock, deceptively characterizing the band as exclusively chill and vibe-focused when live, a Death Lens show has all the energy of hardcore. Slick guitar sonics and sugary backing vocal harmonies that feel like the best parts of indie punk and shoegaze are the foundation of their style, but in a 200 capacity room, Death Lens brings the same winning concoction as Turnstile and Militarie Gun. In other words, these are the kinds of songs that become the soundtrack to enduring memories of nights of drunken, sweat-drenched singalongs. Death Lens started in 2012 as an instrumental project intended to “express ourselves with emotions only and no vocals,” before member Bryan Torres sought more for the group and moved to singing. The self-described “five Brown boys from La Puente,” have gradually moved from straight up showcasing their explosive energy and attitude in their recordings to being a downright refined example of their hard work and early influences gaining traction within their scene. Growing up as minorities 20 miles east of Los Angeles with constant harassment by police and heavy gang violence, Death Lens faced many risk factors that could’ve led them astray from this moment. “We began as your typical party garage punk,” explains Torres, “but have evolved to using our platform to speak [on] living in heavily policed areas, immigrant dominant areas where we push for immigration reforms and using any resources we have to help the community.” Lyrically, Torres is reckoning with his place in the world, examining social injustices, current political and world unrest, and his emotional, mental, and physical reactions to it all. On Cold World, the guitar tones are the best they’ve ever been, the songwriting is stronger than it’s ever been, and the hooks are massive, culminating in Death Lens far and away creating their best work to date. For production on Cold World, the band went to NYC producer Brett Romnes (Hot Mulligan, Mom Jeans) and got straight to work on communicating how to execute their vision. “The genius behind the production and recording was Brett Romnes. This was our first time using a producer and we were scared that our sound was not going to be us, but Brett was such an amazing addition to the writing process. We molded our thoughts together, he wasn’t afraid to speak his mind, we disagreed in parts, a lot of banter, a lot of “Ah ha!” Moments that led to amazing riffs and lyrics and creative ideas. That goal was to find a common ground and build off of that and we did almost instantly on day one, it was beautiful. We like a guy leading us who is rough around the edges, and that was Brett Romnes. He was like the 6th member of Death Lens, he was a part of us for those weeks together.” Death Lens’ songs getting even more reverb and the raw dial getting turned back a notch ended up being only a sonic preface to the kinds of space they were gearing up to leave for the substantial hooks they were set to write for Cold World. The harmonized backing vocals are there on songs like “Vacant.” There’s a gorgeous piano intro at the top of “Bruised,” tambourine on “Memory Hotline,” and a moving string arrangement underneath acoustic guitar and Torres’ singing on “Lo Que Sera.” There’s a confidence and adventure to tracks like “Fucked Up,” “Nothing’s Forever,” and “Not Enough,” that show just how secure Death Lens are coming with Cold World. “We use themes for our albums to build a story and “Cold World” just seemed to fit in the days we’re living. Cold World is the desire to thrive in a deteriorating world all while pushing those who feel like there is no hope and hoping to give them a second wind, a sense of hope.” Where their previous work was either rhythmic crashes of energy or glossy croons over strummed melodies, Cold World simply revs up and drives. The guitars of Jhon Reyes and Matt Silva tastefully simmer and sear where they once screamed on the track. Tempos are as consistent as they ever were, but rhythms held together by bassist Eduardo Contreras between the percussion of drummer Tony Rangel and Bryan Torres’ vocals are often synchronized, while Torres’ is much more a rhythmic bark and less the indie croon he used before quarantine. Maybe living as Brown people in one of the most wealth disparate areas of the country did that. It’s certainly the vibe you get watching Death Lens perform to a crowd of Brown kids with every bit as much attitude as a band like IDLES. “We’re all unified in the way we think, we all believe in a fair system for all to live without struggle and with a reasonable cost of living,” Torres says, “We side strongly with socialist ideals proudly. We’re also very pro Latino and pushing heavier to see more Hispanic bands up on stage, pro LGBTQ, pro immigration and everything in between.” “One world, one community.”
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Genres
Alternative, Garage, Punk, Hardcore, Rock
Band members
Bryan Torres, Jhon Reyes, Eduardo Contreras, Matt Silva
What fans are saying
Ashley
4 / 5
great ass energy
The Echo Los Angeles, CA
Dec 03, 2022
Christian
5 / 5
It was lit
Summit Music Hall Denver, CO
Aug 07, 2023
Anonymous
5 / 5
Aaaaamazing 10000/10
The Foundry Cleveland, OH
Sep 26, 2022
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Death Lens Tour Cities
Hamburg, Germany New York City, NY Brussels, Belgium Worcester, United Kingdom Albuquerque, NM Paris, France Stoke, United Kingdom Den Haag, Netherlands Columbus, OH Hannover, Germany Sacramento, CA Cheltenham, United Kingdom Atlanta, GA Lyon, France Chicago, IL Köln, Germany Nashville, TN Indianapolis, IN Utrecht, Netherlands St Louis, MO Hamtramck, MI Salt Lake City, UT Birmingham, United Kingdom Flagstaff, AZ Fresno, CA Lakewood, OH Chapel Hill, NC Medford, MA Templeton, CA Ysselsteyn, Netherlands Memphis, TN Colorado Springs, CO Richmond, VA Aarau, Switzerland Luzern, Switzerland Garden Grove, CA Bakersfield, CA Neunkirchen, Germany Toronto, ON Oklahoma City, OK Gent, Belgium Glasgow, United Kingdom Pioneertown, CA Reno, NV Ventura, CA Burghausen, Germany Louisville, KY Montréal, QC Philadelphia, PA

Frequently Asked Questions About Death Lens

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Death Lens on tour?

Yes, Death Lens is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Death Lens concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Death Lens tour is scheduled for 49 dates across 49 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Death Lens scheduled to play?

Death Lens is scheduled to play 49 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Death Lens tour start?

Death Lens’s tour starts Mar 15, 2024 and ends on Jul 12, 2024. They will play 49 cities; their most recent concert was held in Salt Lake City at Kilby Court and their next upcoming concert will be in New York at Union Pool.

What venues is Death Lens performing at?

As part of the Death Lens tour, Death Lens is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Mar 15 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
Mar 17 - Colorado Springs, CO @ Vultures
Mar 19 - St Louis, MO @ Blueberry Hill
Mar 20 - Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
Mar 22 - New York, NY @ Union Pool
Mar 23 - Philadelphia, PA @ Foto Club
Mar 24 - Medford, MA @ Deep Cuts
Mar 26 - Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz PDB
Mar 27 - Toronto, ON @ The Garrison
Mar 29 - Hamtramck, MI @ The Sanctuary Detroit
Mar 30 - Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
Apr 01 - Indianapolis, IN @ Hi-Fi
Apr 02 - Columbus, OH @ The Basement
Apr 03 - Nashville, TN @ The End
Apr 05 - Atlanta, GA @ 529 Bar
Apr 06 - Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
Apr 07 - Richmond, VA @ The Camel
Apr 08 - Louisville, KY @ Mag Bar
Apr 09 - Memphis, TN @ Growlers
Apr 11 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street - OKC
Apr 12 - Albuquerque, NM @ Moonlight Lounge
Apr 13 - Flagstaff, AZ @ The Hive
Apr 23 - Reno, NV @ Cypress Reno
Apr 24 - Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield Trading Post Sacramento
Apr 25 - Fresno, CA @ Strummer's
Apr 26 - Templeton, CA @ Club Car Bar
Apr 27 - Bakersfield, CA @ Temblor Brewing Company
Apr 28 - Pioneertown, CA @ Pappy & Harriet's
Apr 30 - Ventura, CA @ Ventura Music Hall
May 01 - Garden Grove, CA @ GARDEN AMP
May 19 - Utrecht, UT @ Db's
May 21 - Bruxelles, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode @ Le Botanique
May 22 - Cologne, North-Rhine-Westphalia @ Sonic Ballroom
May 23 - Gent, Vlaanderen @ Trefpunt
May 24 - Den Haag, Zuid-Holland @ PAARD
May 25 - Burghausen, BY @ Burghausen Youth Center
May 26 - Aarau, 01 @ KIFF
May 28 - Neunkirchen, Germany @ Stummsche Reithalle
May 29 - Lucerne, Lucerne @ Sedel Club
May 30 - Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes @ Trokson
May 31 - Paris, A8 @ SUPERSONIC
Jun 01 - Hamburg, Germany @ Hafenklang
Jun 02 - Hannover, Germany @ Bei Chez Heinz
Jun 27 - Ysselsteyn, Netherlands @ Jera On Air
Jun 29 - Glasgow, Lanarkshire @ The Hug and Pint
Jul 04 - Worcester, England @ Drummonds
Jul 05 - Stoke, United Kingdom @ The Underground
Jul 09 - Birmingham, ENG @ Dead Wax Digbeth
Jul 12 - Cheltenham, United Kingdom @ 2000 Trees
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