Steve Grimmett‘s GRIM REAPER will tour North America starting in New Hampshire on September 27, 2018 and wrap up with a two night stint at The Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles.
27th Manchester, NH @ Jewel Music Venue
28th New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theater
29th Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance Theater
30th New Bedford, MA @ The Vault
1st Montreal, QU @ Piranha Bar
2nd Quebec, QU @ L’Anti Bar & Spectacles
3rd Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey
4th Toronto, ON @ Mod Club Theatre
7th Chicago, IL @ Reggies
8th Detroit, MI @ Token Lounge
20th Sacramento, CA @ Blue Lamp
21st San Francisco, CA @ Elbo Room
24th Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky a Go Go
25th Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky a Go Go
Dissonance Productions released the long awaited album from Steve Grimmett‘s GRIM REAPER entitled ’Walking In The Shadows‘ almost two years ago. It was the band‘s first new recording since 1987‘s Rock You To Hell.
GRIM REAPER‘s story begins in 1979 after successfully fighting off hundreds of bands in a local Battle Of The Bands competition. This win, combined with an already sizeable following, aroused the interest of Ebony Records. Signing with the small UK label, GRIM REAPER released three albums in rapid succession to international acclaim. Due to legal turmoil with Ebony, GRIM REAPER would disband in 1988. Grimmett would go on to record with Onslaught, Lionsheart, and more recently The Sanity Days debut Evil Beyond Belief. His renowned vocal range remains one of metal‘s most identifiable with loyal fans turning out in numbers to hear him perform.
Since reforming in 2006, Steve Grimmett‘s GRIM REAPER has made several European festival appearances including Germany‘s Keep It True, England‘s British Steel, Belgium‘s Heavy Sound, and Sweden‘s Muskelrock as well as touring North and South America.
As widely reported Steve had to have part of his leg amputated in Ecuador while on the bands South American tour in January 2017 after an operation to stem an aggressive infection failed. Since then Steve has got himself back up and out on the road worldwide