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Nghtmre Before Xmas is Coming to Shake Seattle to the Grave

After his new track with The Chainsmokers released last week, Nghtmre continues to give fans even more surprises. He just announced his Nghtmre Before Xmas tour complete with many Seattle favorites, and of course, Nghtmre is stopping in Seattle, the bass capital of the country.

With support acts Bro Safari, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, Ducky, and Swage. Can you name a crew harder than that? Nghtmre was recently in the PNW going back to back with the one and only Excision at Bass Canyon. But Seattle is always thirsty more bass. The 18+ event will be at the Tacoma Dome December 8th. Ticket sales have hit the shelves (so-to-speak) and you can grab yours here.

In the meantime, you can check out Nghtmre’s new track with The Chainsmokers, Save Yourself. The track features the hard side of The Chainsmokers that many fans love. The heavy drops on this track got us playing it on repeat.

Nothing’s better than the gathering of all headbangers before Christmas. Make sure to round up your friends and start planning before this Nghtmre before Xmas. God only knows how many are going to be dressed as Jack Skellington.

Will you be attending the show? Let us know in the comments below!

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