Jun 162020
 

W.A.S.P. has canceled its previously announced “1984 To Headless” European tour due to the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe. The trek, which was scheduled to kick off on September 15 in Malmö, Sweden and run through November 7 in Pratteln, Switzerland, was supposed to be a celebration of hits from the band’s first four albums: 1984’s self-titled debut, 1985’s “The Last Command”, 1986’s “Inside The Electric Circus” and 1989’s “The Headless Children”.

W.A.S.P. announced the tour cancelation in a statement. The band wrote: “Due to the Worldwide Covid-19 Pandemic, W.A.S.P. has been forced to cancel their ‘1984 To Headless’ Tour. Because of the complexity and scheduling of future touring plans, the ‘1984 To Headless’ Tour will not be able to be performed at this time. Although we are saddened to have to miss this tour, we would hope to look at doing that Special Tour at some point in the future.

“In the coming weeks we will make a Special Announcement as to those future plans. For ticket refunds, please contact the original point of purchase locations for a complete refund.

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Apr 202020
 

GRAMMY® nominated, RIAA Certified Gold-selling rock band RED have released its seventh studio album, “Declaration,” on the 10thApril 2020.

The band had originally announced a full European tour in April and May 2020 with certain dates selling out. Due to the global lockdown the dates have been rescheduled for September and October 2020. Revised tour dates are below

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Jan 312020
 

California metallers As I Lay Dying have posted an 8-minute video featuring highlights from the bands’ shows, travels, and interactions during their Shaped By Fire European Tour 2019. Check it out below.

As I Lay Dying guitarist Phil Sgrosso recently said that he now has ” the most positive relationship” he has ever had with the band’s singer Tim Lambesis, who was famously convicted in 2014 for his role in a murder-for-hire plot against his estranged wife.

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May 142019
 

Promising new music from their upcoming “Victorious” album, multi-platinum selling rockers Skillet are announcing their headlining Skillet: Victorious Tour throughout Europe this November and December.

Just returning from a heavily sold-out jaunt across Russia, Skillet has amassed an international following in Europe with bookings at some of Europe’s biggest festivals including Nova Rock, Graspop, Volt Festival, Rock for People, Download Festivals, Pink Pop in previous summers. The 27-stop run will embark to Copenhagen, Vienna, Tilburg, London, Antwerp, Paris and more with back-to-back shows in both Budapest and Antwerp.

Tickets for Skillet: Victorious Tour go on sale on Friday, May 17 at 10 AM, local time. A limited number of pre-order VIP M&G packages are currently available here.

“We are thrilled to be returning to Europe for our headline tour. I can’t wait to share our new music from Victorious with the fans. I see a ton of comments from our international fans on socials, so I wanted to make it a priority to spend some time connecting with the Panheads overseas,” shares front man John Cooper. “Since we are going on our own tour, we’ll really be able to give the fans an incredible full set with our new songs and connect with Panheads, old and new, in our meet & greets.” Continue reading »

Feb 282019
 

A two-pronged Tee Pee attack is heading for Europe as Chicago’s The Skull – featuring vocalist Eric Wagner and bassist Ron Holzner, formerly of metal legends Trouble – team up with label mates, Worshipper to tour. Having released their second full length album last year, titled “The Endless Road Turns Dark,” The Skull are set to return to the open arms of European fans as they take in stops including Desertfest London and Berlin.

Of the tour, Holzner comments: “Hell Yeah!!!! Europe/UK/Scandinavia, touring for our new record, playing with our rockin’ Tee Pee Records label mates, Worshipper, jammin’ with drummer Brian Dixon again, hitting the Desertfest Trifecta.” Continue reading »