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Godsmack and Volbeat announce 2019 North American tour

Veteran hard-rock act Godsmack look to stay busy in 2019. After previously announcing six-week tour of Europe, the Massachusetts band revealed today that they will be hitting the road with Danish rockers Volbeat in North America in the spring. The trek kicks off with a trio of Godsmack festival dates in early April, but then

Corrosion of Conformity announce 2019 North American tour with Crowbar and more

Corrosion of Conformity announced today that they will be setting off on a North American tour next year in support of their most recent album, No Cross No Crown. This new trek will kick off on January 19th at Alamo City Music Hall in San Antonio, Texas, and wrap up on February 27th at Nashville,

Peter Murphy and David J reunite for 40th anniversary Bauhaus North American tour

In honor of the 40th anniversary of gothic rock pioneers Bauhaus, members Peter Murphy and David J have reunited for a special tour. “The Ruby Celebration” sees the pair playing the band’s debut album, In the Flat Field, in its entirety before segueing into an encore filled with classics from the Bauhaus catalog. An initial run of Fall

Dave Matthews Band announce 10-city North American arena tour

Following an extensive summer outing, Dave Matthews Band will return to the road beginning in November for a 10-city arena tour. Coming in support of their latest album, Come Tomorrow, DMB will play two nights each at Madison Square Garden in New York City and John Paul Jones Arena in their hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Gorillaz announce North American arena tour, Los Angeles Demon Dayz Festival

Gorillaz will return on June 29th with their new album, The Now Now. Band mastermind Damon Albarn described the Humanz follow-up as “a summer record,” but 2-D and co. will be extending the good times into fall when they head out on a North American tour this October. The short trek spans just seven dates, but each show is just as

Top 5 Greatest American Bands: Our Writers Tackle Three Big Questions

The United States is, quite frankly, a nation of arguers – and this isn’t a result of the modern-day rise of the internet troll, either. The country was borne out of one big disagreement, and her citizens have been steadfastly disagreeing their way through things ever since. No great legislation, no great economic or scientific

David Byrne adds new dates to massive American Utopia world tour

With his highly choreographed performance on Colbert last week, David Byrne proved why his American Utopia world tour is one of the most anticipated outings of 2018. Today, he’s announced a new leg of US dates scheduled for September and October, including a run of East Coast shows stretching from Maine to Florida. With today’s