TOM MORELLO: THE NIGHTWATCHMAN RELEASES ANTICIPATED SOLO ALBUM, THE FABLED CITY; NATIONAL TOUR TO FEATURE BOTH ACOUSTIC AND FULL-BAND ELECTRIC SETS
APPEARANCE SET FOR THE NEW YORKER FESTIVAL IN NYC OCTOBER 4th
“The Rage Against The Machine guitarist’s remarkable transformation from purveyor of weapons-grade funk-metal riffs into introspective protest folkie yields even more impressive fruit on his second solo effort. A-” Entertainment Weekly
Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine is set to release his anticipated solo album, The Fabled City, on September 30th. The 11-song album, produced by Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam), is the first release to bear the political and social activist’s birth name and features appearances by System of a Down’s Serj Tankian and Shooter Jennings. With more complex electric arrangements than displayed on the sparse solo debut One Man Revolution,The Fabled City is the synthesis of his groundbreaking work as an innovative rock guitarist and revolutionary acoustic troubadour. For the first time, this album bridges the gap between Tom Morello, the acoustic protest singer and Tom Morello, the guitar legend.
The tour in support of The Fabled City will display both sides of Morello’s guitar prowess with both an acoustic set and full-band electric set performed each night. In regards to the format of the performances, Morello stated “On The Fabled City Tour, I will be playing both acoustic and electric guitar. I want to start off with the darker acoustic songs and then build to some of the wildest electric guitar playing I have ever unleashed on stage in my career. The idea is half Dylan/Half Hendrix. I have been practicing my ass off and can’t wait to rock.”
In addition to the tour, Tom Morello has been confirmed to appear at the annual New Yorker Festival in New York City on Saturday, October 4th. Morello will be performing songs and talking with James Surowiecki, staff writer at The New Yorker since 2000. The performance and interview takes place at the Acura Stage at Cedar Lake Theatre, 547 West 26th Street. For more information: http://www.festival.newyorker.com/.
THE FABLED CITY TOUR * More dates to be announced:
11/1 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
11/2 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
11/5 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
11/7 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
11/8 Aspen, CO Belly Up Aspen
11/9 Boulder, CO Fox Theater
11/11 Minneapolis, MN Fine Line Music Cafe
11/12 Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall Ballroom
11/13 Indianapolis, IN The Vogue
11/20 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
11/21 New York, NY The Fillmore NY at Irving Plaza
As reported by Billboard.com, AC/DC has extended its Black Ice tour of North America into early 2009. New dates begin Dec. 20 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and run through Jan. 31 in Nashville.
Tickets begin going on sale Saturday (Oct. 4). Eighteen previously announced shows have already sold out, according to the band’s label, Columbia.
The tour comes in support of a new album of the same name, due Oct. 21 exclusively via Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club stores and AC/DC’s Web site. First single “Rock’n’Roll Train” is No. 3 this week on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.
“Black Ice” won’t be the only AC/DC title available exclusively at Wal-Mart. In November, the retailer will be the only U.S. source for “AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack,” a special edition of the popular video game devoted to the veteran Australian band. In December, the game will be available through multiple retailers in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
“AC/DC Live” includes 18 songs from the band’s DVD “Live at Donnington.” This will be the first “Rock Band” version focused on one group. “Guitar Hero” already has an Aerosmith game and is planning another based around Metallica.
Here are AC/DC’s new tour dates:
Dec. 20: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Bank Atlantic Center)
Dec. 21: Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)
Jan. 5: Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)
Jan. 7: Pittsburgh (Mellon Arena)
Jan. 9: Toronto (Rogers Centre)
Jan. 11: Cincinnati (U.S. Bank Arena)
Jan. 13: St. Louis (Scottrade Center)
Jan. 15: Omaha, Neb. (Qwest Center)
Jan. 17: Fargo, N.D. (Fargodome)
Jan. 19: Minneapolis (Xcel Energy Center)
Jan. 21: Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)
Jan. 23: Dallas (American Airlines Center)
Jan. 26: Tulsa, Okla. (BOK Center)
Jan. 28: Little Rock, Ark. (Alltel Arena)
Jan. 30: Memphis (FedEx Forum)
Jan. 31: Nashville (Sommet Center)
Here is the track list for “AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack”:
“Shoot To Thrill”
“Back in Black”
“Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be”
“Fire Your Guns”
“Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”
“Whole Lotta Rosie”
“You Shook Me All Night Long”
“Let There Be Rock”
“Highway To Hell”
“For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)”
Multi-platinum rockers TESLA, Jeff Keith (vocals), Frank Hannon (guitars), Brian Wheat (bass), Troy Luccketta (drums) and Dave Rude (guitar) begin their “Forever More” tour this coming Wednesday, October 1at The Depot in Salt Lake City.
Tour is named for their seventh studio album, Forever More, set for release October 7 on Tesla Electric Company Recordings (in partnership with Ryko Distribution).
“I Wanna Live,” the new album’s first single, is accompanied by a video featured on the band’s site, aptly named, teslatheband.com where new updates are posted daily.
Tesla reunited with producer Terry Thomas and engineer Michael Rosen for Forever More. Thomas was behind the boards for the band’s 1994 Gold-certified Bust A Nut album, while Rosen worked with Tesla on Into The Now.
The band spent close to a year on a worldwide tour, between mid ’07 and ’08. During that time, the band recorded their Comin’ Atcha Live! DVD, was released July 15. It’s the band’s first DVD in 17 years (since 1991’s “Five Man Video Band”) and filled with over two hours of live music as well as special behind-the-scenes footage.
“After returning from Europe,” says guitarist Frank Hannon, “we jumped right back into the studio to work on Forever More with Terry while setting up a tour of American festival shows in July and August, playing alongside bands such as Matchbox Twenty, the Wallflowers, Queensrÿche, KISS and Judas Priest. It’s great that we can play with any band, of any music genre, because we’ve never been pigeon-holed into a style or label of music throughout our career.”
Hannon continues, “All the tracks on Forever More offer a variety of emotions where each song has its own twist, not sounding like another. Forever More was written and recorded during a period of high energy and bizarre life circumstances for each of Tesla’s band members, with those experiences coming full circle throughout the CD.”
Forever More is out October 7th
Wed 10/1/2008 The Depot Salt Lake City UT US
Fri 10/3/2008 Harrah’s Council Bluffs Manawa IA US
Sat 10/4/2008 Diamond Ballroom Oklahoma City OK US
Mon 10/6/2008 The Rave Eagles Club Milwaukee WI US
Tue 10/7/2008 Pop’s Nightclub Sauget IL US
Wed 10/8/2008 Rockline US
Fri 10/10/2008 Myth North Saint Paul MN US
Sat 10/11/2008 The Venue at Horseshoe Hammond Hammond IN US
Tue 10/14/2008 Coyotes at City Block Louisville KY US
Wed 10/15/2008 House of Blues Cleveland OH US
Fri 10/17/2008 The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre) Detroit MI US
Sat 10/18/2008 Orbit Room Grand Rapids MI US
Sun 10/19/2008 Midland Theater Kansas City MO US
Wed 10/22/2008 Crocodile Rock Allentown PA US
Fri 10/24/2008 The Stone Pony Ocean NJ US
Sat 10/25/2008 Webster Theatre Hartford CT US
Mon 10/27/2008 Magic City Music Hall Johnson City NY US
Tue 10/28/2008 Blender Theatre at Gramercy New York NY US
Thu 10/30/2008 Ram’s Head Live Baltimore MD US
Fri 10/31/2008 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton Beach NH
Fresh off their European and South American tours in support of the band’s latest album, Return Of The Pride, reactivated hard rockers WHITE LION have updated their tour schedule as follows:
10 – West Hollywood, CA – House Of Blues (with LITTLE CAESAR)
11 – Sacramento, CA – Club House
14 – San Diego, CA – House Of Blues (with PRETTY BOY FLOYD)
15 – Calgary, AB – Snatch Rockbar
17 – Anchorage, AK – Chilkoot Charlies
18 – Soldotna, AK – Out Of The Blue
19 – Tacoma, WA – Station 56
21 – Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
24 – Wichita, KS – KDGS PRESENTS: America’s Pub
25 – Salina, KA – The Blue Goat
28 – Mt. Clemens, MI – Emerald Theater
31 – Baltimore, MD – The Black Hole
1 – Clifton, NJ – Dingbatz
2 – Danvers, MA – Tequila’s
5 – Narragansett, RI – Wheelhouse
6 – Farmingdale, NY – Crazy Donkey (with JOE LYNN TURNER)
8 – W. Springfield, VA – Jaxx
11 – Tulsa, OK – Marquee
14 – El Paso, TX – Uncle Paulies
15 – N. Las Vegas, NV – Canyon Club
27 – Cermanate (Como), Italy – The Blackhorse
28 – Bologna, Italy – Sottotetto
29 – Rome, Italy – Jailbreak
10 – Singapore – TBA
13 – Shillong (Meghalaya), India – JN Stadium
16 – Nagaland, India – Dimapur Stadium
19 – India – TBA
8, 2009 – Halifax, NS – Cabin Fever Rockfest Festival
White Lion expect to add a handful of dates to finish out the year in which the band has played in front of 100,000 throughout the year thus far.
White Lion has also joined the D’Addario Family which includes Evans Drum Heads, D’Addario Strings, Planet Waves and m ore. D’Addario and Steve Lobmeier will support the band with their needs through their affiliate tour supply in Los Angeles.
Guitarist Jamie Law is now endorsing Charvel Guitars. Jamie states “after doing a few shows with RATT, Warren DeMartini was kind enough to let me try a few of his guitars and I just fell in love with them. Charvel is building a model from the Demartini Line with a few tweeks. Joining a family of inspirational guitarist like Eddie Van Halen, Warren, George Lynch, Steve Stevens, I can’t say I’m in bad company! I look forward to a long relationship with Charvel.”
Bassist EJ Curse from SILENT RAGE will be filling in bass duties on shows for the remainder of 2008.
Eleven Seven Music/Atlantic Records hard rock band Buckcherry scored their first Top 10 album today on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 album chart with Black Butterfly, the much-anticipated follow-up to 2006’s RIAA-certified platinum 15.
Black Butterfly debuted at #8 on the chart, the highest debuting rock album.
“Buckcherry keeps letting it rip,” said People magazine in a 3/4 star review of the album.
“There’s no denying it, Buckcherry is what in-your-face rock ‘n’ roll is all about.”—Associated Press
Dubbed the Next Great American Rock Band, Buckcherry, who just two years ago performed to rooms of 200 people, are currently playing to crowds of tens of thousands. A full tour itinerary is below.
BUCKCHERRY – ON TOUR 2008
9/24-9/30 with Shinedown and Saving Abel
10/2-11 with Saving Abel * 10/8-9 also with 12 Stones
10/19-10/26 in Japan
11/4-11/22 with Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown, and Saving Abel except *
11/4, 11/5, 11/8 with Avenged Sevenfold and Saving Abel only
24 Tulsa, OK The Brady Theater
26 Huntsville, AL Big Spring Jam
27 Memphis, TN Mud Island Amphitheatre
28 Knoxville, TN Knoxville Civic Coliseum
30 Clemson, SC Little John Coliseum
2 Sauget, IL Pop’s
3 Little Rock, AR Clear Channel Metroplex
4 Mobile, AL Bayfest* (also with Shinedown)
8 Charlotte, NC Grady Cole Center
9 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle
11 Kinston, NC NC Lenoir County Fairgrounds
19 Saitama Loud Park Festival
21 Koutou-ku, Tokyo Studio Coast
22 Nagoya-Aichi Diamond Hall—Nagoya
23 Naka-ku, Hiroshima Club Quattro—Hiroshima
25 Osaka-Jo Osaka-Jo Hall (Crüe Fest)
26 Yamashita Shin Yokohama Yokohama Bay Hall
4 Casper, WY Casper Event Center Arena*
5 Billings, MT MetraPark Arena*
6 Rapid City, SD Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Arena
8 St. Paul, MN Roy Wilkins Auditorium*
9 Fargo, ND Fargodome
11 Bloomington, IL US Cellular Coliseum
14 Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center
15 Waterloo, IA McElroy Auditorium
16 La Crosse, WI LeCrosse Center
18 Grand Rapids, MI Deltaplex
19 Evansville, IN Roberts Stadium
21 Ypsilanti, MI EMU Convocation Center
22 Youngstown, OH Chevrolet Centre
You can check out the video for “Too Drunk…” below!
TESTAMENT is pleased to announce a string of headlining dates this October with Louisiana metallers Soilent Green. The tour includes TESTAMENT’s appearance at the Hammerstein Ballroom on October 9 in New York City, where they will be direct support to headliners Children of Bodom; also special guests, The Black Dahlia Murder and Between The Buried and Me.
Guitarist Eric Peterson checked in to discuss the Metal Masters tour and the band’s upcoming US headlining dates: “We just finished the Metal Masters tour, and it was a great tour to be on. Unfortunately, it went by too quick. We got to know everyone towards the end, and it started to feel like family. It’s too bad it had to end so soon, especially after getting to know everyone. Hopefully, the Metal Masters will continue next year in Europe.
“In the meantime, we’re heading to Japan and Australia. The last time we played there in ’06, we promised our fans we’d have a new record out the next time we came around. We kept our promise and we’re excited to get back there and play it for them.
“Once we get back, we’ll be headlining some east coast shows, including a one-off with Children of Bodom at the infamous Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC. We’ll have full production, so we’re excited to put on our whole show. This tour is going to focus on secondary markets, so we don’t spoil anything for next year. We plan on having a big year and putting a big package together, wink wink.”
Having just wrapped up the biggest tour of the summer – Metal Masters with Judas Priest, Heaven and Hell, and Motorhead – TESTAMENT has been touring to support their phenomenal new release, The Formation of Damnation. The album hit streets April 29 on Nuclear Blast Records and debuted at 59 on the Billboard 200. TESTAMENT has been in the top 3 on Sirius’ Hard Attack since March and were 1 on national metal radio for 12 weeks. The band recently won “Album of the Year” at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards for The Formation of Damnation.
9/25 – Brisbane, Australia – The Arena
9/26 – Melbourne, Australia – The HiFi
9/27 – Sydney, Australia – The Metro
11/09 – Christchurch, New Zealand – AMI Stadium – Southern Amp 2008
Testament headlining w/ Soilent Green:
10/1 – Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
10/3 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
10/4 – Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon
10/5 – State College, PA – Lulu’s
10/7 – Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
10/8 – Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock Café
10/9 – New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom (w/ Children of Bodom, The Black Dahlia Murder, Between The Buried And Me)
10/10 – Hartford, CT – Webster Theater
Testament in Mexico (venues TBA):
10/27 – Monterey, Mexico
10/29 – Guadalajara, Mexico
10/30 – Puebla, Mexico
10/31 – Mexico City, Mexico
On November 22nd in Helsinki, Finland Zakk Wylde and Black Label Society will return triumphantly to Scandinavia and Europe to wreak havoc on a 10-city tour that culminates with a headlining appearance at the Metal Hammer Hard Rock Hellfire festival on December 6.
Intermixed with the tour dates will be a UK Zakk Wylde personal appearance that will be announced shortly.
11/22 Helsinki- House of Culture
11/23 Tempere- Pakkahuone
11/25 Stockholm- Berns
11/26 Oslo- Sentrum
11/28 Copenhagen- Amager Bio
11/29 Eindhoven- Speedfest
12/1 Milan- Alcatraz
12/2 Zurich- Rohstofflager
12/3 Cologne- Live Music Hall
12/06 North Wales – Metal Hammer’s Hard Rock Hellfire Festival – Prestatyn
Billboard.com is reporting the following:
In support of its forthcoming studio album, AC/DC will launch its Black Ice World Tour on Oct. 28 at the Wachovia Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. The 24-date North American leg of the arena jaunt is scheduled to wrap Dec. 18 at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C.
The worldwide trek follows closely behind the Oct. 20 release of “Black Ice,” which will be sold exclusively in Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club stores as well as ACDC.com. AC/DC’s first new single in eight years, “Rock’n’Roll Train,” rockets 15-5 this week on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.
Tickets for the North American dates will go on sale during the weekend of Sept. 20 via Ticketmaster and ACDC.com. Specific on-sale dates and ticket prices have not yet been announced.
Following the North American run, AC/DC will visit South American, Europe and Asia, with dates to be announced. The Black Ice World Tour will be AC/DC’s first outing since 2001.
Here are AC/DC’s North American tour dates:
Oct. 28: Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (Wachovia Arena)
Oct. 30: Chicago (Allstate Arena)
Nov. 3: Indianapolis (Conseco Fieldhouse)
Nov. 5: Auburn Hills, Mich. (Palace of Auburn Hills)
Nov. 7: Toronto (Rogers Centre)
Nov. 9: Boston (TD Banknorth Garden)
Nov. 12-13: New York (Madison Square Garden)
Nov. 15: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
Nov. 17: Philadelphia (Wachovia Center)
Nov. 19: East Rutherford, N.J. (IZOD Center)
Nov. 21: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center)
Nov. 23: Minneapolis (Xcel Energy Center)
Nov. 25: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Nov. 28: Vancouver (General Motors Place)
Nov. 29: Seattle (KeyArena)
Nov. 30: Tacoma, Wash. (Tacoma Dome)
Dec. 2: Oakland, Calif. (Oracle Arena)
Dec. 6: Los Angeles (The Forum)
Dec. 10: Phoenix (US Airways Center)
Dec. 12: San Antonio (AT&T Center)
Dec. 14: Houston (Toyota Center)
Dec. 16: Atlanta (Philips Arena)
Dec. 18: Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)
Multi-platinum hard rock quartet STAIND has added more dates to their upcoming tour with special guests Seether, Papa Roach, and on select dates, Red. The tour begins October 4th at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD. Fans can go to www.Staind.com for ticket information.
STAIND is touring in support of new album THE ILLUSION OF PROGRESS, which debuted on Billboard’s Top 200 at No. 3, and new hit single “Believe,” which is currently No. 1 on the Modern Rock Chart. THE ILLUSION OF PROGRESS is the fourth consecutive album of STAIND’s career to debut in the top 3.
Tour dates for STAIND are as follows (additional dates to be confirmed)
DATE VENUE CITY
10/3 Turning Stone Verona, NY (Staind only)
With Seether and Papa Roach
10/4 Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, MD
10/7 Greensboro Special Events Center Greensboro, NC
10/9 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Hollywood, FL
10/10 St. Augustine Amphitheater St. Augustine, FL
10/12 Hard Rock Live Orlando, FL
10/14 Heritage Park Simpsonville , SC
10/15 Freedom Hall Civic Center Johnson City, TN
10/17 The Amphitheater at the Warf Orange Beach, AL
10/18 Snowden Grove Park Amphitheatre Southaven, MS
10/19 Lakewood Amphitheater Atlanta, GA
10/21 Black River Coliseum Poplar Bluff, MO
10/22 Rockford MetroCentre Rockford, IL
10/24 Tulsa Convention Center Arena Tulsa, OK
10/26 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Houston, TX (KTBZ Radio Show)
11/12 Mohegan Sun Casino Uncasville, CT (with Papa Roach only)
11/14 Sovereign Center Reading, PA (with Papa Roach only)
11/15 Asbury Park Convention Hall Complex Asbury Park, NJ
11/16 Tsongas Arena Lowell, MA
11/18 Hammerstein Ballroom New York, NY
11/19 Wicomico Youth and Civic Center Salisbury, MD
Testament on Masters of Metal Tour with Judas Priest,
Heaven and Hell + Motorhead (Through August)
08/30/08 Glen Helen Pavilion – Devore, CA
08/31/08 Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, CA
09/20/08 Club Citta – Kawasaki, Japan
09/21/08 Club Citta – Kawasaki, Japan
09/25/08 The Arena – Brisbane, Australia
09/26/08 The HiFi – Melbourne Australia
09/27/08 The Metro – Sydney, Australia
10/01/08 Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City, OK
10/03/08 Rex Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
10/04/08 The Lost Horizon – Syracuse, NY
10/05/08 Lulu’s – State College, PA
10/07/08 Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
10/08/08 Crocodile Rock – Allentown, PA
10/09/08 Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY*
10/10/08 Webster Theate – Hartford, CT
All dates with Soilent Green, except for date marked with *, which is
with Children of Bodom, Black Dahlia Murder, and Between Buried And Me
11/09/08 AMI Stadium – Christchurch, New Zealand
Sound and Fury are continuing their rock n’ roll freight train of excess with the group’s Fall US tour alongside Boston based ‘80s enthusiasts Bang Camaro.
“Bang Camaro are really great and we’re really excited to be touring with them and its gonna be a kick ass party,” commented Sound and Fury frontman Luke Metcalf.
Toronto’s Sound and Fury are flying high off their self-titled debut full-length album, which was released through Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution. The band’s refreshing approach to modern rock combines the thunderous riffing of AC/DC with the raw energy of the Ramones. The band’s explosive live show has been converting loyal fans opening for everyone from pop-punkers Sum 41 to Aussie rockers Airbourne. Sound and Fury’s unbridled power can be witnessed in the group’s brand new video for “Teenage Rampage”, which can be seen online at www.soundandfury.com.
Boston based Bang Camaro are the perfect tour companion to aid Sound and Fury’s whiskey rawk show. The band consists of three guitar players, a bass player, a drummer, and anywhere from ten to twenty singers. The songs remind the listener of arena rock from the mid to late 80s, but with a strange twist. This band has no lead vocals, only guitar solos and choruses sung by the band and the mob of extras. The group is touring in support of their self-titled debut album, which has drawn attention from MTV and Billboard magazine.
Sound And Fury Tour Dates w/ Bang Camaro:
Sep 12 2008 Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street
Sep 13 2008 Portland, ME @ The Asylum
Sep 25 2008 Chicago, IL @ Double Door
Sep 26 2008 Madison, WI @ The High Noon Saloon
Sep 27 2008 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
Oct 03 2008 Seattle, WA @ King Cobra
Oct 04 2008 Portland, OR @ Dante’s
Oct 05 2008 San Francisco, CA@ Bottom of the Hill
Oct 08 2008 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
Oct 09 2008 Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
Oct 10 2008 San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
Oct 11 2008 Tucson, AZ @ Plush
Sound And Fury Tour Dates w/ Airbourne:
Nov 01 Cardiff University Cardiff, UK
Nov 02 Bristol Academy Bristol, UK
Nov 05 Birmingham Academy Birmingham, UK
Nov 06 Sheffield Octagon Sheffield, UK
Nov 07 Liverpool Academy Liverpool, UK
Nov 08 Manchester Academy Manchester, UK
Nov 10 Dublin Ambassador Dublin, IRE
Nov 11 Belfast Mandela Hall Belfast, IRE
Nov 13 Inverness Ironworks
Nov 14 Dundee Fat Sams
Nov 15 Glasgow Barrowlands Glasgow
Nov 17 Newcastle Academy Newcastle, UK
Nov 18 Leeds Met University Leeds, UK
Nov 19 Stoke Victoria Hall UK
Nov 20 Nottingham Rock City Nottingham, UK
Nov 22 Oxford Academy Oxford, UK
Nov 23 Norwich UEA
Nov 24 Cambridge Junction Cambridge, UK
Nov 26 Folkestone Lees Cliff Hall UK
Nov 27 Astoria London, UK
Dec 1 Laiterie Strasbourg, France
Dec 2 Trabendo Paris, France
Dec 4 Apolo 2 Barcelona, Spain
Dec 5 Theatre Barbey Bordeaux, France
Dec 6 Rolling Stone Milan, Italy
Dec 7 Rohstofflager Zurich, Switzerland
Dec 8 Flex Vienna, Austria
Dec 15 Small Vega Copenhagen, Denmark
Dec 18 Grunspan Hamburg, Germany
Dec 21 Backstage/Werk Munich, Germany
Dec 28 Colas-Saal Ascahffenburg, Germany
After the long wait, the first group of dates for the Scars North American headline tour is now announced.
More dates and on-sale information will follow shortly, but in the meantime, here they are North America – get ready to be scarred!
Sun Oct 19 – Atlanta – Masquerade
Mon Oct 20 – Myrtle Beach – House Of Blues
Wed Oct 22 – Philadelphia – TLA
Thu Oct 23 – Baltimore – Ram’s Head
Sat Oct 25 – New York – The Fillmore
Sun Oct 26 – Boston – Paradise
Tue Oct 28 – Montreal – Le Medley
Wed Oct 29 – Toronto – Phoenix
Fri Oct 31 – Detroit – St.
Sat Nov 1 – Chicago – Metro
Sun Nov 2 – Milwaukee – The Eagles Club
Tue Nov 4 – Minneapolis – First Avenue
Wed Nov 5 – Kansas City – Beaumont
Fri Nov 7 – Denver – Ogden
Sat Nov 8 – Salt Lake City – Murray Theatre
Tue Nov 11 – Edmonton – Edmonton Events Center
Wed Nov 12 – Calgary – MacEwan Ballroom
Fri Nov 14 – Vancouver – Commodore Ballroom
Sat Nov 15 – Seattle – Showbox SODO
Sun Nov 16 – Portland – Roseland
Sat Nov 22 – Phoenix – Marquee
Mon Nov 24 – San Antonio – White Rabbit
Tue Nov 25 – Austin – Emo’s
Wed Nov 26 – Houston – House Of Blues
Sound And Fury Assaults Great White North On Canadian Tour With Airbourne
REJECT ALL THINGS POP FOR REAL, RAMPAGING, ROCK ON DEBUT ALBUM, “SOUND AND FURY” IN STORES NOW!
Toronto’s high powered rock n’ roll powerhouse Sound & Fury have announced their Canadian tour supporting Australian rockers Airbourne. The announcement comes on the heels of the release of the band’s self-titled debut, which hit stores via Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution.
Sound and Fury recently shot a video for “Teenage Rampage” at Toronto’s Bovine Sex Club with director Britt Wilen. The video can be seen online at the following location http://new.soundandfury.com/ajax.asp?video=rampage
Sound and Fury frontman Luke Metcalf commented, “The song is about a pretty wild girl I dated in high school and I wanted a video about her that was NOT politically correct. I wanted a video that showed what we were doing; drinking, getting stoned, listening to Rock and Roll and having sex, without some bullshit negative message. Good times!!!”
Sound and Fury, which also includes guitarists Daz and Griffin, bassist John Kerns, and drummer Chris Avalos, is all about power chords, no-BS rock ‘n roll, and total sonic assault, as evidenced by the lead-off turbo-charged single and video from ‘Sound and Fury,’ “18.” The group’s stripped down straight up rock n’ roll and was praised by PunkTV.ca for “combining iconoclastic AC/DC thunder, Misfits brooding, the raw impetuousness of the Pistols and the charismatic anthemic song styling’s of the Ramones. In addition to perfectly capturing their raw power on album, Sound & Fury has been gaining fans by the truckload by also opening up for Canada’s leading pop-punk band, Sum 41, throughout the great white north (as well as the U.K.).
The band has also announced they will be giving away five pairs of tickets to each show for fans who join the Sound & Fury street-team at www.rebelyouth.com. Fans are encouraged to join the street-team to qualify to tickets, Sound & Fury merchandise and a customized Guitar Hero game.
SOUND & FURY & AIRBOURNE CANADIAN TOUR DATES:
August 20 Imperial Quebec City w/ Airbourne
August 21 Le National Montreal w/ Airbourne
August 22 Elements Kitchener w/ Airbourne
August 24 Cowboys London w/ Airbourne
August 27 Garrick Centre Winnipeg w/ Airbourne
August 28 Odeon Saskatoon w/ Airbourne
August 29 Event Centre Edmonton w/ Airbourne
August 31 Commodore Vancouver w/ Airbourne
Sept 01 Sugar Victoria w/ Airbourne
Vancouver based metal outfit CRADLE TO GRAVE have announced the dates for their upcoming West Coast North American tour. The band will be hitting markets on the coasts of Canada, US & Mexico throughout the month of August.
Guitarist Sasquatch said: “This is the time of the year where we look forward to going down south to destroy venues with some of our American & Mexican blood brothers,” says guitarist Sasquatch. “Regardless of where we play, it is always fucking crazy and the metal community is alive and well on the West Coast. Come out and thrash till death!”
Cradle to Grave recently released their new album “Texas Medicine” through Year of the Sun Records. The album was mixed and mastered by Devin Townsend (Lamb of God, Darkest Hour, GWAR) and hailed by the Vancouver Straight as “the soundtrack of choice for your trip to the electric chair.” The band is currently streaming tracks from their album online at www.myspace.com/cradletograve.
CRADLE TO GRAVE TOUR DATES:
Aug. 22 – Vancouver, BC @ The Cobalt
Aug. 23 – Everett, WA @ Flights
Aug. 24 – Tijuana, MX @ El Publieto
Aug. 25 – Mexicali, MX @ El Diablo del Santo Domingo
Aug. 26 – Escondido, MX @ La Cabana del Satanico
Aug. 27 – Santa Monica, CA @ 14 Below
Aug. 28 – Salem, OR @ Sapphire Grill
Aug. 29 – Eugene, OR @ Samurai Duck
Aug. 30 – Portland, OR @ The Red Room
Aug. 31 – Seattle, WA @ The Comet Tavern
TOUR SHOCKER … METALLICA TO PLAY IN N. AMERICA!
Time for a different sort of vacation … one right here on our home turf!! Now that “Death Magnetic” is complete, we’re ready to start a proper indoor arena tour of the States and Canada and we can’t wait to visit all of our ‘Talli-fans here . . . it really has been too long (hey, what’s four years amongst friends?).
Met Clubbers and Mission Metallica Platinum members will have first crack at ’em when tickets go on sale . . . dates, times and in general more on that later. But for now, we thought we would let you know where we’ll be for the next couple of months . . . here’s a complete list of cities and venues up through January 31, 2009!
Keep watching here for all ticket on sale dates and times . . . coming very soon. See you out there!
All October/November dates with Down and The Sword :
October 21 – Glendale, AZ Jobing Arena
October 23 – Albquerque, NM Tingley Coliseum
October 25 – Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
October 26 – Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena
November 1 – Portland, OR Rose Quarter
November 3 – Salt Lake City, UT Energy Solutions Arena
November 4 – Denver, CO Pepsi Center
November 6 – Omaha, NE Qwest Center
November 8 – Moline, IL iWireless Center
November 9 – Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
November 17 – St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
November 18 – Tulsa, OK BOK Center
November 20 – Houston, TX Toyota Center
November 22 – Little Rock, AR Alltel Arena
November 23 – New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
All December dates with Lamb of God and The Sword:
December 1 – Seattle, WA Key Arena
December 2 – Vancouver, BC GM Place
December 4 – Calgary, AB Pengrowth Saddledome
December 7 – Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
December 12 – Ontario, CA Citizens Bank Arena
December 13 – Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
December 15 – San Diego, CA Cox Arena
December 17 – Los Angeles, CA The Forum
December 20 – Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
All January dates with Machine Head and The Sword:
January 12 – Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
January 13 – Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
January 15 – Washington, DC Verizon Center
January 17 – Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center
January 18 – Boston, MA TD Banknorth Center
January 26 – Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
January 29 – Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum
January 31 – Newark, NJ Prudential Center
RATT & Roll returned to Cincinnati last Thursday Night. Two local acts opened this show, A Nervous Wreck, and Prizoner. I made it to Annies shortly after Prizoner started playing, so I can’t say how A Nervous Wreck’s set went, but Prizoner was on fire Thursday Night.
Prizoner’s set included covers by The Cult, AC/DC, Buckcherry, Kix, Cinderella, Puddle of Mudd, Skid Row, Tesla, Iron Maiden and a damn good cover of Motley Crue’s Saints of Los Angeles, as well as their own original tune, White Knuckle Ride. Prizoner has been a staple in the Cincinnati rock scene since the 80’s, and they did a fantastic job at getting the crowd pumped up and ready to see RATT.
Prizoner was so good that I though RATT would be a let down, after their excellent set. This was not the case tonight. Prizoner set the crowd up, and RATT tore the roof off of the club.
I have seen RATT twice in 2007, and Stephen Pearcy with his solo band in December. Each time, I thought Pearcy’s voice was a little better than the last time I saw him. His voice was damn near perfect this time around. I made a point to stand on the side of the stage where Warren DeMartini was playing. I am quite glad I did. His playing and solos were quite impressive.
Robby Crane might just be the best bass player RATT has ever had. Does this guy ever stand still during a show? His bass combined with Bobby Blotzer’s drums sounded great all night.
John Corabi played rhythm guitar and sang backup to Stephen Pearcy. I never noticed how much Corabi was singing until this show. I hope he doesn’t leave the band as it has been rumored of late. He will be greatly missed if he does quit RATT.
RATT played a pretty good selection of their hits including Tug of War, You’re In Love, Way Cool Jr., Lack of Communication, Lay It Down, Wanted Man, Back For More, a cover of Aerosmith’s Walkin’ The Dog, Nobody Rides For Free and a few other tunes that I can’t recall.
They also did an encore of Body Talk and Round & Round.
I didn’t decide to hit this show until a couple of days before. It was a great concert for a club show. I was glad I went. If I had any complaints at all, it would have wished RATT would have played longer.
Don’t miss RATT if they head your way. They have a few shows left on this tour.
I have included videos from RATT’s encore of Body Talk and Round and Below.
Check them out!
|8/10/08||Charter One Pavillion||Chicago, IL||w/ Scorpions|
|8/29/08||Rock The Bayou||Houston, TX|
Fans of Pop Evil joined forces across the country at the premier of the highly anticipated film Dark Knight to spread the word about the band’s debut album Lipstick On The Mirror that hits stores August 12th. Street team leaders across the country hit sold out cinemas with their Flip Cameras (these are the coolest things since the iPod – seriously) where they took video footage of their teams talking to people about the release and the special in-store promotion Pop Evil will be attending at the FYE store in Grandville, Michigan at 8pm on August 11th. You can see the footage shot from 12 cities across the country and also find the shows closest to your location from the information below:
Pop Evil Tour Dates w/Puddle Of Mudd:
8/7/08 The Ritz Detroit,MI
8/8/08 The Intersection w/ WGRD Grand Rapids, MI
8/9/08 The Whiskey Lounge Grand Rapids, MI
8/11/08 FYE retail in-store Pre release Grand Rapids, MI
8/14/08 Kentucky State Fair w/ POD Louisville, KY
8/16/08 Twin River Casino Lincoln, RI
8/17/08 Hampton Beach Casino Hampton Beach, NH
8/19/08 Fat Boys Watertown, NY
8/20/08 Penns Peak Jim Thorpe, PA
8/21/08 Rams Head Live Baltimore. MD
8/22/08 House of Blues Atlantic City, NJ
8/23/08 Club Cafe Pittsburgh, PA
8/26/08 Northern Lights Albany, NY
8/27/08 Magic City Music Hall Johnson, NY
8/28/08 West Shore Hardware Bar Harrisburg, PA
8/29/08 Planet Rock Battle Creek, MI
8/30/08 Taste Of Madison Madison, WI
9/04/08 Ecks Saloon Lakewood, CO
9/06/08 X-Fest WAMX Radio Huntington, WV
9/11/08 Allegan County Fair Allegan, MI
9/16/08 Amos’ Southend Charlotte, NC
9/17/08 Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
JON OLIVA’S PAIN, CIRCLE II CIRCLE and MANTICORA are finalizing details for the first leg of their upcoming US tour. Both JOPand C2C are out in support of their new CD releases Global Warning and Delusions of Grandeur. This will mark the firsttime that Oliva has toured with JOP in the US in 4 years andnearly a decade since he has shared the stage with Zak Stevens!
Fans can expect a heavy assault of Savatage classics including a very special set with Zak Stevens. The tour kick’s off at Bourbon Street Nightclub in New Port Richey, Florida on September 20th and then on to the prestigious Progpower USA Festival in Atlanta from September 25-27. More U.S shows will be confirmed soon!
Oliva: “It has been far to long since I have had the chance to perform in the US and were going to pull out all the stops. My voice is in the best shape of my career, the band is kicking ass and performing with Zak, Circle II Circle and Manticora makes it that much more exciting. I’m really looking forward to getting re-acquainted with the “Legion” once again…it’s gonna be a blast”!
Confirmed dates include:
20 – Bourbon Street – Tampa, FL (JOP, Circle II Circle only)
24 – The Vinyl – Atlanta, GA (Circle II Circle, MIDNIGHT, ECLIPSED BY SANITY)
25 – ProgPower USA IX – Atlanta, GA (Manticora only)
27 – ProgPower USA IX – Atlanta, GA (JOP only)
29 – Pop’s – St Louis, MO
30 – Chicago City Limits – Schaumburg, IL
2 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
3 – I-Rock – Detroit, MI
4 – Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
9 – The Haunt – Yonkers, NY
10 – Jaxx – Springfield, VA
11 – Volume 11 – Raleigh, NC
If you live in the UK, you are in luck. The reunited Extreme is heading your way in November.
Check out the dates below.
DATE CITY VENUE
11/11/08 Cambridge, UK Corn Exchange
11/12/08 Norwich, UK Norwich UEA
11/14/08 Leeds, UK Leeds Academy
11/15/08 Glasgow, UK Glasgow Carling Academy
11/17/08 Newcastle, UK Newcastle City Hall
11/18/08 Manchester, UK Manchester Academy
11/20/08 Newport, UK Newport Centre
11/21/08 Southampton, UK Guildhall
11/23/08 Birmingham, UK Birmingham Carling Academy
11/24/08 London, UK Astoria
MOTÖRHEAD To Tour North America With THE MISFITS, AIRBOURNE, VALIENT THORR And YEAR LONG DISASTER
MOTÖRHEAD will headline the 2008 Volcom Tour. The five band package will include openers THE MISFITS, AIRBOURNE, VALIENT THORR and YEAR LONG DISASTER. Dates are as follows:
2 – Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues
3 – San Diego, CA – House Of Blues
4 – Las Vegas, NV – House Of Blues
6 – Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
7 – N. Kansas City, MO – Harrah’s Voodoo
9 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
10 – Madison, WI – Orpheum Theatre
12 – St. Paul, MN – Myth
13 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Orbit Room
14 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
16 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis
18 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
19 – Philadelphia, PA – The Electric Factory
Motörhead will released their new album, Motörizer, on August 26th in North America, August 29th in Germany and September 1st in the rest of Europe. It was recorded at 606 Studios in Los Angeles, which is owned by Dave Ghrol (NIRVANA, FOO FIGHTERS).
Pop Evil continues their road-worthy tour assault in anticipation of their upcoming August 12 debut, Lipstick On The Mirror that hits stores August 12th on Pazzo/Jar’d Star/Fontana/Universal records. The band has released their first tour blog that you can watch here:
Pop Evil tour dates, including those with Puddle of Mudd, are below:
7/24/08 Machine Shop w/ Egypt Central Flint,MI
7/26/08 Hamilton Street Block Party – WKQZ Saginaw,MI
7/31/08 Exit Inn (w/12stones Jet black stare) Nashville,TN
8/2/08 WXQR Presents Sand Jam @ Camp Lejune Jacksonville,NC
8/2/08 Zacks Coffee House Murfreesboro,NC
8/7/08 The Ritz Detroit, MI
8/8/08 The Intersection w/ WGRD Grand Rapids, MI
8/9/08 The Whiskey Lounge Grand Rapids, MI
8/14/08 Kentucky State Fair w/ POD Louisville, KY
8/16/08 Twin River Casino: Puddle of Mudd Tour Lincoln,RI
8/17/08 Hampton Beach Casino: Puddle of Mudd Tour Hampton Beach, NH
8/19/08 Fat Boys Watertown, NY
8/20/08 Penns Peak: Puddle of Mudd Tour Jim Thorpe, PA
8/21/08 Rams Head Live: Puddle of Mudd Tour Baltimore, MD
8/22/08 House of Blues: Puddle of Mudd Tour Atlantic City, NJ
8/26/08 Northern Lights: Puddle of Mudd Tour Albany, NY
8/27/08 Magic City Music Hall: Puddle of Mudd Tour Johnson, NY
8/28/08 West Shore Hardware Bar Harrisburg, PA
9/11/08 Allegan County Fair w/ Daughtry Allegan, MI
Bang Tango, L.A. Guns (with Tracii Guns and Marty Casey) and Faster Pussycat are currently on the road on their Summer Blackout tour.
Hard Rock Hideout caught the Louisville, KY stop on the tour last night. A full review is on the way soon. Be sure to catch this show at one of the remaining tour dates this summer!
Tue 07/22/08 Fort Wayne, IN Piere’s Entertainment Center
Wed 07/23/08 Schaumburg, IL Chicago City Limits
Thu 07/24/08 Green Bay, WI Doubles
Fri 07/25/08 Saint Paul, MN Station 4
Sat 07/26/08 Sioux Falls, SD Festival Grounds
Sun 07/27/08 Dubuque, IA Farley City Park
Mon 07/28/08 Warren, MI The Ritz
Tue 07/29/08 Camp Hill, PA TBA
Wed 07/30/08 Southbridge, MA Artist Development Complex
Thu 07/31/08 Farmingdale, NY The Crazy Donkey
Fri 08/01/08 Yonkers, NY The Haunt
Sat 08/02/08 Factoryville, PA Trailside Inn
Sun 08/03/08 Bridgeville, PA RPM’s
Wed 08/06/08 Clifton, NJ Dingbatz
Fri 08/08/08 Toronto, ON Reverb
Sat 08/09/08 Pottsville, PA Goodfella’s
Mon 08/11/08 Chillicothe, OH Cardo’s
Fri 08/15/08 Aurora, CO Illiff Park Saloon
Sat 08/16/08 Pueblo Of Acoma, NM Sky City Casino
Sun 08/17/08 Salt Lake City, UT Bar Deluxe
Mon 08/18/08 Boise, ID Knitting Factory
Tue 08/19/08 Seattle, WA El Corazon
Wed 08/20/08 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre
Thu 08/21/08 Redding, CA Redding Convention Center
Fri 08/22/08 Hermosa Beach, CA Saint Rocke
Sat 08/23/08 Henderson, NV Sunset Station Hotel & Casino
Sun 08/24/08 West Hollywood, CA Key Club
Did you get to see Stonerider on the Airbourne, Endeverafter Tour earlier this year?
If not, the band has a bunch of dates coming in the midwest and east in July through September.
Check em out!
The video below is from the Lexington, KY show earlier this year.
July, 25 2008 08:00 PM – The Hard Rock (Velvet Underground), Atlanta, Georgia
August, 14 2008 08:00 PM – 5 points Pub w/ LESLIE, Columbia, South Carolina
August, 15 2008 08:00 PM – The Jinx w/ LESLIE, Savannah, Georgia
August, 16 2008 08:00 PM – Gottrocks w/ LESLIE, Greenville, South Carolina
August, 20 2008 08:00 PM – Smith’s Olde Bar w/ LESLIE, Atlanta, Georgia
August, 22 2008 08:00 PM – The Depot w/ LESLIE, Covington, Georgia
August, 23 2008 08:00 PM – Limelight, Nashville, Tennessee
August, 24 2008 08:00 PM – Alrosa Villa, Columbus, Ohio
August, 25 2008 08:00 PM – Peabodys/Pirates Cove, Cleveland, Ohio
August, 27 2008 08:00 PM – The Rave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
August, 28 2008 08:00 PM – Beat Kitchen (17+), Chicago, Illinois
August, 29 2008 08:00 PM – The Machine Shop, Flint, Michigan
August, 30 2008 08:00 PM – The Cove, Geneva, Ohio
August, 31 2008 08:00 PM – Club Infinity, Buffalo, New York
September, 1 2008 08:00 PM – Northern Lights, Albany, New York
September, 3 2008 08:00 PM – Sullivan Hall, NYC, New York
September, 4 2008 08:00 PM – Crocodile Rock Cafe, Allentown, Pennsylvania
September, 5 2008 08:00 PM – Sonar Baltimore, Maryland
CLUTCH FORMS NEW LABEL TO RELEASE FIRST-EVER LIVE DVD…“FULL FATHOM FIVE, VIDEO FIELD RECORDINGS” HITS STREETS AUGUST 12 ON WEATHERMAKER MUSIC!!
Maryland rockers CLUTCH are proud to announce their first-ever live DVD, FULL FATHOM FIVE, Video Field Recordings, which is set for release on August 12. CLUTCH will also release a live companion CD, entitled FULL FATHOM FIVE, Audio Field Recordings. All tracks on the DVD and CD were recorded & filmed in late 2007 and early 2008 in New Jersey, Pittsburgh, Denver and Australia.
The FULL FATHOM FIVE, Video Field Recordings DVD features 20 songs PLUS bonus features, and the audio CD contains 15 songs. “Texan Book of the Dead” is the first single and video to be released.
After a late summer European tour, CLUTCH will headline the US with The Sword and Graveyard from Sept 15th to October 9th in support of the upcoming releases. The Bakerton Group, CLUTCH’s psychedelic jazz/rock alter ego, will be playing their first-ever headlining show on October 10 in Hollywood!
FULL FATHOM FIVE, Video Field Recordings and FULL FATHOM FIVE, Audio Field Recordings will be released August 12 on CLUTCH’s brand-new Weathermaker Music. Look for ALL future CLUTCH & BAKERTON GROUP related releases on Weathermaker Music!
CLUTCH recently hired industry veteran Jon Nardachone to oversee the new Weathermaker Music. As Label Manager, he will run day-to-day operations out of the Weehawken, NJ office of The Syndicate, whom Weathermaker have brought in to promote and market FULL FATHOM FIVE.
Weathermaker Music and CLUTCH will team up with MERCH.COM for the August 12th release of the FULL FATHOM FIVE DVD and CD. MERCH.COM and all CLUTCH-related web sites will have excusive rights to all mail-order products involving FULL FATHOM FIVE. The band will also be selling these items on the road and in certain retail locations.
Clutch on tour:
7/26 – Tulsa, OK – Diversafest 2nd Stage (headlining)
8/02 – Atlantic City, NJ – House of Blues (w/ Murphy’s Law)
Clutch w/ The Sword and Graveyard:
9/18 – Winston-Salem, NC – The Millennium
9/19 – Jacksonville, NC – Hooligans
9/20 – Fayetteville, NC – Jester’s
9/21 – Kill Devil Hills, NC – The Pit
9/23 – Ashville, NC – The Orange Peel
9/24 – Atlanta, GA – Center Stage
9/25 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues
9/26 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
9/27 – St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre
9/29 – Birmingham, AL – Work Play
9/30 – Knoxville, TN – Valarium
10/1 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom
10/3 – Corpus Christi, TX – House of Rock
10/4 – Austin, TX – Stubb’s Amphitheatre
10/5 – Amarillo, TX – Midnight Rodeo
10/6 – Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
10/7 – Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theatre
10/9 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s
10/10 – Hollywood, CA – The Roxy (The Bakerton Group w/Year Long Disaster & Graveyard)
You can preview some of the audio and video from Full Fathom Five below.
The reactivated LYNCH MOB — featuring guitarist George Lynch (ex-DOKKEN) and vocalist Oni Logan alongside legendary drummer Tommy Aldridge (OZZY OSBOURNE, TED NUGENT, WHITESNAKE) and bassist Marco Mendoza (WHITESNAKE, THIN LIZZY) — has lined up the following dates:
Jul. 12 – Pryor, OK @ Rocklahoma
Jul. 20 – Chicago, IL @ [Private Event]
Jul. 31 – San Juan Capistrano, CA @ The Coach House
Aug. 01 – Las Vegas, NV @ Wasted Space at The Hard Rock Casino
Aug. 02 – Hollywood, CA @ The Key Club
Aug. 16 – Denver, CO @ Hawgfest
Aug. 29 – Houston, TX @ Rock the Bayou Festival
LYNCH MOB‘s U.S. tour with CINDERELLA, WARRANT and LYNAM was recently cancelled after CINDERELLA frontman Tom Keifer‘s left vocal cord hemorrhaged during rehearsal, thereby making it impossible for him to sing in the immediate future.
Recently Announce First New Album In Thirteen Years
Saudades de Rock available August 12th on Open E Records
This summer, EXTREME will release Saudades de Rock (pronounced “sow-dodge”),
their first studio album in thirteen years which will coincide with their first
world tour in over twelve years. Saudades de Rock will be released on August 12th
on Open E Records and distributed by Fontana.
The multi-platinum, Boston-bred band’s 2008 ‘TAKE US ALIVE’ world tour gets
underway on July 29th at The Chance in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and will be anchored
by a hometown gig two days later at the Bank of America Pavilion. In advance of
the tour, Extreme will be a co-headliner on July 11th at the five day Rocklahoma
Festival in Pryor, OK. See all current dates below.
The iconic rock foursome – vocalist Gary Cherone, guitarist Nuno Bettencourt,
bassist Pat Badger and new drummer Kevin Figueiredo – recorded their fifth
studio offering at NRG Studios in Los Angeles with Bettencourt at the helm as
producer and mixer. Saudades de Rock boasts 13 tracks, including the infectious
roar of “Star,” the groove-laden, swagger of “King Of The Ladies”, a raw funk
rock anthem called “Learn To Love”, and the expressive ballad “Ghost.”
“’Saudades’ was always a beautiful word to me,” Bettencourt explains about the
Portuguese album moniker. “It expresses a longing; an underlying sadness for
something or someone that’s been missing in your life, and never quite sure if
it will ever return. In this case, for us, it’s Rock and Roll. Saudades de
Gary Cherone adds, “I like how it expresses that longing we’ve been feeling to
play for our fans and be together again.”
# # #
EXTREME ‘TAKE US ALIVE’ WORLD TOUR 2008:
Jul 11 – Pryor, OK @ Rocklahoma *
Jul 29 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Jul 31 – Boston, MA @ Bank of America Pavilion
Aug 1 – Farmingdale, NY @ Brookhaven Amphitheatre
Aug 2 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head
Aug 4 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Aug 5 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
Aug 6 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
Aug 8 – Detroit, MI @ Emerald Theater
Aug 9 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Aug 10 – Cincinnati, OH @ Union Center Blvd Bash
Aug 12 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos Southend
Aug 13 – Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
Aug 15 – Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Aug 16 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Aug 18 – New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
Aug 19 – Houston, TX @ Meridien
Aug 20 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
Aug 22 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Marquee
Aug 23 – Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues
Aug 25 – San Francisco, CA @ Filmore
Aug 26 – Los Angels, CA @ House of Blues
Sep 13 – Milan, Italy @ Rock of Ages Festival
More dates to be added.
To date, the Grammy-nominated EXTREME has released four albums, plus a greatest
hits set—selling over 10 million records worldwide. On the strength of multiple
world tours, they also achieved a #1 hit single, “More Than Words”—from their
1990 multi-platinum album Extreme II: Pornograffitti—on the Billboard Hot 100,
which they followed with the Top Five “Hole Hearted.” Although these two
acoustic hits brought the band great mainstream success, it overshadowed the
band’s trademark sound: a mix of hard rock funk in the spirit and style of their
predecessors Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Queen and Van Halen—fueled by
BETTENCOURT’s signature guitar flights and CHERONE’s resonant vocals—and matched
with a social consciousness in their lyrics.
OPEN E RECORDS is a new label that is distributed by Fontana. A portion of Open
E Records profits will be donated to Music Drives Us, a foundation created as a
way to support music in New England. The Foundation also gives scholarship money
for individuals who desire to continue their musical education.
Florida Hard-Rockers, Soulidium have just announced that Alter Bridge and Nonpoint will be joining their tour with Sevendust for a run of dates starting 7/29 in Providence, RI. Supporting their debut album, Children of Chaos, Soulidium have already garnered raves from the Horror community for their video for “The Light” which was also included on the Saw IV soundtrack.
The video can be seen here!
Jun 24 Sevendust, Soulidium, & Neverset @ Cains Ballroom – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Jun 26 Soulidium, All Kills Aside & TBA @ Ouland Ballroom – Springfield, Missouri
Jul 29 Sevendust, Alter Bridge & Soulidium @ Lupos – Providence, Rhode Island
Jul 30 Sevendust, Alter Bridge & Soulidium @ Webster Theater – Hartford, Connecticut
Jul 31 Sevendust, Nonpoint & Soulidium @ Rams Head – Baltimore, Maryland
Aug 1 Sevendust, Nonpoint & Soulidium @ T.L.A. – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aug 2 Sevendust, Nonpoint & Soulidium @ Bogarts – Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug 4 Sevendust, Nonpoint & Soulidium @ The Swamp – Walton Beach, Florida
Aug 5 Sevendust, Nonpoint & Soulidium @ House of Blues – Orlando, Florida
Aug 6 Sevendust, Alter Bridge & Soulidium @ Tabernacle – Atlanta, Georgia
Aug 8 Sevendust, Nonpoint & Soulidium @ House of Blues – New Orleans, Louisiana
Only 3 dates so far, but more could be on the way……..
US TOUR DATES
“This tour just keeps getting bigger and the band has never been better! Until we sort out the next leg, we don’t want to stop, so we’re doing a few US shows for our enjoyment, as much as the fans. We are having the time of our lives on the Alive 35 tour and over half a million KISS fans obviously share the feeling! Why stop?”
August 4 – Sturgis, South Dakota
August 30 – Lake Tahoe, Nevada
August 31 – Kelseyville, California
STURGIS, SOUTH DAKOTA
WORLDWIDE SOLD-OUT 35TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR TO HEADLINE STURGIS ROCK’N THE RALLY LINEUP AT 68th ANNUAL STURGIS BIKE WEEK!
In what is destined to become “the night that rocked Sturgis,” legendary superstars KISS will perform at Glencoe Nation’s Rock’n the Rally on August 4th. Recognized as one of the biggest and best bike rallies in the world, Sturgis Bike Week celebrates its 68th year this August 4-10, 2008. With capacity of 100,000, Glencoe Amphitheater is the largest outdoor music venue in the nation.
Tickets to the KISS performance on Aug. 4 in Sturgis, S.D. are available at http://www.startickets.com or 1-800-345-9213. Glencoe camping information and additional lineup announcements may be found at Rock’n the Rally’s website: http://www.rockntherally.com .
Harveys Lake Tahoe and Another Planet Entertainment are pleased to present legendary rockers KISS, at the Harveys Outdoor Arena.
Best known for their outrageous live performances, wild costumes and theatrical stage antics, KISS has also produced a long list of hits over a career spanning more than 30 years. Their 1975 release Alive! turned the band into super-stars with the world-wide hit, “Rock and Roll All Nite.”
Date: Saturday, August 30th, 2008
Venue: Harveys Outdoor Arena
Online Reservations: Tickets on-sale Friday, June 13 at 10 a.m. (PDT)
Konocti Harbor Resort and Spa on Beautiful Clear Lake…proudly presents…KISS!!!
X.S. Labor Day Weekend Grand Finale – Sunday, August 31st…Outdoors, Under the Stars… “Takin’ it to the Streets” Motorcycle Road Rally and Poker Run around Clear Lake, followed by a full concert by the legendary KISS! Fireworks after the Show!
Tickets on sale to the General Public Sunday, May 25th at 9am. KISS ARMY members will have access to an exclusive ticket presale this Wednesday on KISSONLINE (details Tuesday).
Call 800-660-LAKE direct to Konocti Harbor for Tickets & Room Reservations or get tickets at any tickets.com locations, or on line at www.tickets.com .
Konocti Harbor Resort and Spa
8727 Soda Bay Road
Kelseyville, California 95451
For more information on the Resort, visit their website at http://www.konoctiharbor.com/ .