Tonight in live music: Indie rock at New World, Summer Slaughter Tour at State Theatre


Some live music highlights for this Tuesday; one is a day full of death metal that starts in the afternoon, while the other features three indie rock bands, two out-of-towners and a local. Info below...

The Summer Slaughter Tour: Morbid Angel with Dying Fetus, The Faceless, Thy Art Is Murder, Goatwhore, Origin, Decredit Birth, Within The Ruins, Fallujah, Psykotribe The name says it all, or at least, it should evoke some sort of instant connection to heavy music. “The Summer Slaughter Tour” (“The most extreme tour of the year!”) brings the loud to town – blast beats and intense breakdowns, atonal guitar shreds, blood-curdling screams, gut-roars, coughing barks and high-pitched shrieks, subject matter touching on death, destruction, mayhem, war, the apocalypse and all the gruesomeness in between. In sum, a big lineup of death metal, as led by Tampa’s own icons of the genre, Morbid Angel. 2 p.m., State Theatre, St. Petersburg, $28.

Radarmen, Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves, Fairgrounds
 New Granada welcomes three indie rock acts for this Tuesday night bill. Guitarist/vocalist Rodney Smith (Signals from Satellites), bassist/singer David Kibby (Brahm Bones) and drummer Adam Revak hold down the local end as Radarmen, a ’90s-rock-flecked trio with angular post-punk drive. Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves hails from Winston Salem, N.C. and purveys propulsive made-for-Fest alt rock propelled by the ragged vocals of frontman Brian Woodall. And upstate New York’s Fairgrounds resides in punk pop-emo realms but adds some mathy time signatures and howling hardcore vocals to the mix. 8 p.m., New World Brewery, Ybor City, $6.

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