Saul Announces Release Date, Specs For Debut Album; Debuts LP’s Lead Single

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Hard rock band Saul will release its debut album next month.

The band is scheduled to release Rise as Equals Oct. 23 through Spinefarm Records.  The album’s release will come more than a year after the band debuted its EP Aeons.  The band signed with Spinefarm Records in April.

The track listing for Rise as Equals is noted below.

RISE AS EQUALS TRACK LISTING:
“Trial By Fire”
“Looking to Fight”
“Brother”
“King of Misery”
“Get It Right”
“Rise As Equals”
“Inside”
“Don’t Close Your Eyes”
“Levee”
“Here and Now”
“The Toll”
“Things Change”
“Sticks and Stones”
“Welcome to the Machine”

Front man Blake Bedsaul talked in a recent interview, about the lyrical themes presented throughout the album’s presentation.

Rise As Equals is the full embodiment of all the trials and tribulations we face as a band, fathers, sons, brothers, and humans,” he said. “We write about everything from our biggest fears in songs like ‘Looking to Fight’ and ‘Don’t Close Your Eyes,’ while the title track is an ode to the wonderful men and women that make up our amazing fan base known as ‘The Equals.'”

In anticipation of the album’s release, the band debuted its lead single ‘King of Misery‘ over the weekend.  The song, which was co-written by Disturbed front man David Draiman, presents a musical arrangement will appeal to fans of Disturbed, as well as bands, such as Breaking Benjamin and The Veer Union.  That is evident in the combination of the stylistic approach and sound in the guitars and vocals, just as much as in the production of the drums and bass.

The lyrical theme featured in Saul’s new single is that of introspection and facing life’s problems, according to front man Blake.

“‘King of Misery’ is a track that we hope all people can relate to at some point in their lives,” he said. “It’s about being aware that your life is spiraling out of control and warning everyone around you that if they stay, you’ll only drag them down with you. We are the rulers of our own domain but there are certain life lessons that you can only learn in the struggle. At that point, we all become the ‘King of Misery.'”

Guitarist Zach Bedsaul added to his brother’s comments as he talked about creating the song with Draiman.

“It was a very unique experience being able to write a song with someone as influential as David Draiman,” said Zach. “His humble and down-to-earth nature made it such a comfortable experience. It wasn’t ideal having writing sessions over ZOOM. But we definitely made it work. We knew we wanted to write a song that once you heard it, it would give you an emotional concussion.”

“‘King of Misery’ is a blast into reality that most people don’t want to face and spend years running from,” added Zach.”

Draiman offered his own comments about the song and working with the members of Saul on the composition.

“These guys were a pleasure to work with, as they are talented, dedicated, diligent, and already armed with an arsenal of hooks,” he said. “I was honored to be able to contribute.”

More information on Rise as Equals is available now along with all of Saul’s current live dates and more at:

 

Websitehttp://saulofficial.com

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Twitterhttp://twitter.com/saulband

 

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The Veer Union Debuts ‘Slaves To The System’ Video

The Veer Union debuted the video for its latest single over the weekend.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Slaves to the System.’ Friday.  The song and its video feature a guest appearance by Defending Cain front man Brandon Wright.

The ‘Slavs to the System’ video features the group in a semi-lit backdrop as it performs its new melodic hard rock song. It is a familiar stylistic approach for the band, which was also used in the video for the band’s then most recent original single from the band, ‘Defying Gravity,’ which was released in 2016. The band has released a variety of covers since 2016, but ‘Defying Gravity’ was at the time, the band’s most recent original work and video.

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The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Slaves to the System (ft. Defending Cain)’ is just as familiar for audiences as the stylistic approach to the song’s video.  It features a guitar-driven, melodic hard rock approach that lends itself easily to works from the likes of Sevendust and Gears.

The lyrical theme featured in the song is a sociopolitical commentary that addresses the current state of the world.

The band addressed the song’s lyrical theme in a prepared statement.

“Our new video depicts the struggles we are all experiencing as human beings in 2020,” the statement reads. “We need to come together as ONE people regardless of race, sex, colour or creed and rise above it all. Information is power and we need to be more informed so that society can be unified, if we don’t do this, we will all be ‘SLAVES TO THE SYSTEM.’”

‘Slaves to the System’ is available to stream and download here.

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Websitehttp://theveerunion.com

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Twitterhttp://twitter.com/theveerunion

 

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Eternal Frequency Encourages Individualism In New Single, Video

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Independent hard rock band Eternal Frequency debuted the video  for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Parasite‘ Friday.  The video, directed by Eric DiCarlo, features the band performing its new single in what is meant to reflect a semi-live setting.  That footage is crossed with various other images, such as a man spray painting a door (or wall).  The video culminates in the band facing a group of masked, hooded figures, which are the band members dressed in the garb.

The visuals are meant to help illustrate and translate the theme in the song’s lyrical content.  The band talked about that theme in a prepared statement.

“The meaning of ‘Parasite’ is to stand up for yourself and to relieve yourself of the poison infecting your life from outside sources,” the statement reads.  “You control you, and you alone.  No one has the power to manipulate or bring you down.  We all fall victim to letting toxicity eat us alive.  This song is about finding that antidote within yourself to survive.”

The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Parasite’ presents a familiar, catchy melodic hard rock sound that will find itself in good company on any mainstream active rock radio station’s programming list.  The song’s aggro-rock styling is easily comparable to works from the likes of The Veer Union, Three Days Grace and to a lesser extent, Nothing More.

‘Parasite’ was produced by Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland of Atrium Audio.  The song is available to stream and download through Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, and Google Play.

More information on Eternal Frquency’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Website: http://www.eternalfrequency.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EternalFrequencyofficial

Twitter: http://twitter.com/OfficialEFband

 

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Late Night Savior Debuts ‘Monster’ Lyric Video

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Independent hard rock  band Late Night Savior is building anticipation for its next album.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Monster‘ July 24.  The video features footage of the band performing its new single in a studio setting while the song’s impacting lyrics are presented along with the video.

The song’s musical arrangement is a composition that will appeal to hard rock fans while its lyrical theme presents a personal message that will appeal to just as many audiences if not more.  The song was produced by Crispin Earl (The Veer Union / Rock Shop Records).

Front man Brandon Johnson discussed the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

‘The song ‘Monster,’ for me, is more about selfishness than anything,” he said.  “I was told that chasing something I wanted wasn’t what I should be doing and it got in my head like a bad dream.  The ones I cared about left me alone and I became a monster in their eyes.”

“But I came to the realization that the healthiest thing for me was to kill that thought and be selfish, do this for me and no one else,” added Johnson.  “I’m okay being the villain in someone else’s story as long as I’m not the villain of mine.  Every time I heard someone say I wasn’t following what I should be doing, the “prescription” if you will, it just became my motivation to prove them wrong.”

‘Monster’ is available to stream and download here.

Late Night Savior released its debut album Among The Forgotten in 2016.  It was followed by the release of the band’s sophomore album Into The Aftermath in 2017.  The band’s third, as-yet-untitled album next year through its new label home Rock Shop Records.

More information on Late Night Savior’s new single and lyric video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Website: http://latenightsaviorband.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/latenightsavior

Twitter: http://twitter.com/latenightsavior

 

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NeverWake Debuts ‘Trapped Inside’ Lyric Video

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Independent hard rock band NeverWake debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Trapped Inside‘ Friday.  The video takes audiences on a through a house that serves as the top of a person’s body, its halls serving as the visualization for a person’s mind.  As audiences are taken through those halls and even around the outside of the house, the lyrics continue to be presented.

Front man Johnn DiCarlo discussed the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“When dealing with anxiety and depression every single day, there are a lot of thoughts and emotions that keep you circling around and around, trapped in your head,” he said.  “One thought makes you turn to another, which turns to another, etc.  Pretty soon you’re full circle back where you started. It’s hard to break that cycle.  With “Trapped Inside” we show those walls that keep us in place and we tear them the fuck down. The song is a rebellion against everything that keeps one inside their own head. This song stood out to each one of us because it has a lot of power, but it has a melodic way of ensnaring someone. It captures people in a way that they can relate. But when it gets to the bridge, people aren’t simply just relating to the concept, they’re a part of the rebellion.”

Along with crafting the song’s lyrics, DiCarlo also was the creative force behind the song’s lyric video.  He also discussed the video’s creation.

“I don’t like classifying myself as just a musician,” he said. “No one is ever just one thing. I like to have my hands in a lot of different arts; I like to create. That’s why I decided to go full force in creating the art and lyric video for “Trapped Inside.” If creating music is therapeutic to me, creating a 3D world around a song is straight up medicine. I was able to take the concept of the song and push it so much further. In a way I feel like that’s what it may take nowadays. Whether we like it or not, we are getting out of the age of print. Album art only goes as far as what your spotify single picture looks like. To make this 3D world for this song helped me pair artwork back with music in a new way that can be appreciated by everyone in the new world.”

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Trapped Inside’ is a heavy, metalcore style composition that will appeal to fans of bands, such as In Flames, Killswitch  Engage and Avenged Sevenfold with its clean vocals and screaming, and its heavy, melodic guitar lines and pummeling, precise time keeping.

The debut of NeverWake’s new single comes on the heels of a month-long tour with The Veer Union.  The band is working on a new EP.  It is unknown if the as-yet-untitled record will feature the band’s new single.

Audiences can keep up with the latest developments on the band’s EP and all of its latest news at:

 

Website: http://www.neverwakemusic.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.como/neverwakemusic

Twitter: http://twitter.com/neverwakemusic

 

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‘Earthquake’ Is A Good First Impression For Hyvmine

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The first impression is the most important that ca be made in any situation. From getting that coveted job to winning over a love interest to winning over audiences, that first impression is the best chance that one has to success in so many avenues. Taking this into consideration, it can be said that up-and-coming hard rock outfit Hyvmine has made a good first impression with its debut album Earthquake. Released Jan. 19 via independent label Seek & Strike Records (also home to Between The Buried and Me, Body Count, Gus G. and others), this first effort from Hyvmine is certain to reach a wide array of audiences. That is proven in part through the diversity in the album’s musical arrangements, which will be discussed shortly. The album’s sequencing also helps to prove its ability to reach audiences, and will be discussed later. The record’s production is also important to its ability to reach listeners and will also be discussed later. Each element is important in its own way to the whole of Earthquake‘s overall presentation. All things considered, the noted elements make Earthquake a record that while not earth-shaking, is still a good first impression for Hyvmine.

Hard rock outfit Hyvmine’s debut album Earthquake is a work that, as noted is not necessarily an earth-shaking record. It is however, a good first impression for the up-and-coming hard rock outfit. That statement is supported in part through the musical arrangements that are exhibited throughout the course of the album’s nine-song, 42-minute body. right off the top, audiences are treated to an arrangement in ‘Shift’ that boasts elements of Alter Bridge and Dream Theater. Yes, that’s quite the duality, but somehow front man Al Joseph and his band mates make that pairing of influences work. The slow build from the song’s opening piano line into the more contemplative moments that make up the early portion of the song builds a strong foundation for the song. The eventual growth from that vibe to the more power packed portions of the song shows definite thought put into the arrangement, and in turn is sure to keep listeners engaged. the same can be said of the joining those Alter Bridge and Dream Theater influences within those harder-edged moments. Joseph’s own vocal delivery boasts an eerie similarity to that of Alter Bridge front man Myles Kennedy, too, adding even more interest to the arrangement. Add in the song’s lyrical content, which seems to present the message of living life to the fullest, and audiences get an interesting first effort here. It is of course only one song that shows the importance of the album’s arrangements to its whole. The post-grunge vibe of ‘Fire Escape’ conjures thoughts of Korn, Staind and so many aggro-rock bands that rose to fame in the late 90s and early 2000s while ‘Mirror Master’ brings about thoughts of Sevendust and The Veer Union. The arrangement at the center of the album’s title track, which also comes virtually dead center of the album, will reach fans of Creed and other similar acts. Considering the diversity displayed throughout these songs and that of the songs not noted here, it becomes fully clear why that diversity helps to make this record a good first impression for this record. It shows the band’s ability to cover any type of rock, giving in itself reason for audiences to give it at least one listen. It is just one of the album’s most important elements. Staying on the same note as the songs, their sequencing proves just as important to discuss as their arrangements.

Earthquake‘s sequencing is important to note because as much as the songs’ arrangements do for the record’s presentation, if they had been poorly placed, they would have been completely useless. Luckily though, that didn’t happen. Again, noting the gentle, contemplative piano run at the start of the album’s opener and the manner in which it builds into the bigger picture of the song, it is just the first strong salvo from the band. The transition from that song’s raucous finale to the more controlled yet heavy riffs of ‘Mirror Master’ was a smooth and smart move. It keeps the heavy without being too stark of a change. The heavy continues into the album’s third track with the more up-tempo ‘Shogun,’ which also boasts a solo that would make John Petrucci proud. The heavy still doesn’t end there. From there, the album transitions into a rather Creed-esque radio ready rocker in ‘All of Creation’ before the album finally pulls back in ‘Earthquake.’ What’s really interesting here is that while it does finally pull back, that pull back is only partial as it starts off soft before picking back up a little bit in what is overall yet another Creed style work. ‘Fire Escape,’ the start of the album’s final trio of songs, brings the heavy back in full force before moving in a slightly more mainstream direction again ‘ Elysium.’ ‘Great Divide,’ the album’s penultimate track, gives listeners one last dose of heavy before closing out the record in another Creed-esque rocker in ‘Cliffhanger.’ Considering the direction that the album takes from beginning to end with its energies, it can be said after going through the whole of the 43-minute run time that the album’s energy stays relatively stable. That applies from song to song and even within the songs themselves. The stability of the energies within the songs and between songs creates a listening experience that even more certifies listeners’ engagement. When that insurance is considered along with the insurance generated through the songs’ very arrangements, that whole shows even more why Earthquake, while again not earth-shaking, is still a good first impression from Hyvmine. It is still not the last of the elements that makes this record a respectable start for the band. Its overall production is also worth noting.

The album’s production is important to note in examining Earthquake because while it does largely impress, there are at least a couple of problem points. ‘Shogun’ is one of those problem points. There are moments throughout the song when front man Al Joseph’s vocals are slightly washed out by the song’s musical elements. This means that interpretation of what he is singing becomes difficult without a lyrics sheet. There also seems to be a bit of a balance issue between Joseph’s vocals and the song’s musical elements here, too. This is, of course, just this critic’s own take. Others might hear it differently. The problem that this critic has caught here is that again, the music seems to slightly overpower Joseph’s vocals. That takes away at least something from the enjoyment here. The vocals in ‘Elysium”s chorus seem to bleed together a little with its musical side, too. Again, this is just this critic’s interpretation. Other than those directly noted elements, the album’s production proves relatively positive throughout. Keeping this in mind, it proves — despite the few problematic balance issues — to be relatively stable from beginning to end. When that is considered alongside the stability in the album’s sequencing and the variety of the album’s musical arrangements, the whole of these elements shows in full why Earthquake is a good first impression for Hyvmine.

Hyvmine’s debut album Earthquake is a good first impression for the band. While it may not be an earth-shaking start for the band, it is still respectable. That is thanks in part to the variety exhibited in the album’s musical arrangements. From Dream Theater to Korn to Creed and points even in-between, the album’s arrangements are certain to reach a variety of audiences. The album’s sequencing keeps its energy relatively stable from beginning to end. This is proven through the song transitions and even within the songs themselves. The album’s overall production is relatively stable, too, strengthening its presentation even more. Each element is important in its own right to the album’s whole. All things considered, they make Earthquake a good first impression from Hyvmine that, while it might not have everyone thinking the same, will impress plenty of audiences. It is available now in stores and online. More information on Hyvmine is available online now at:

Website: http://seekandstrike.com/artists/hyvmine

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hyvmineband

Twitter: http://twitter.com/hyvmineband

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The Veer Union Debuts New Single, Video Ahead Of Box Set’s Release; To Tour This Fall, Winter

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The Veer Union has released some more new music for its fans.

The band recently debuted the lyric video for its latest single ‘My Last Regret’ in anticipation of the upcoming release of its new career retrospective box set Decade: History of our Evolution. Pre-orders for the six-disc collection are open now.

Front man Crispin Earl recently discussed the band’s new single, explaining the introspective message at its center.

“I think we can call relate to at least one time in our lives where we wish we could have just made a better decision than the one we made in the past; in retrospect, as an artist, those mistakes that we make are also the same things that inspire us to make music from the depths of our hearts,” Crispin said.

Courtesy: Rock Shop Entertainment

While an official street date has not yet been announced for Decade: History of Our Evolution has not yet been announced, the band has already announced an early tour schedule in support of its new compilation set. The tour is currently scheduled to launch Dec. 8 in Mercersburg, PA and to run through Feb. 17 in Seattle, WA. The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

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The Veer Union Epic Evolution Tour Dates:
12/08 @ Mercersburg Mansion House – Mercersburg, PA
12/09 @ Monraes – Penneville, NY
12/30 @ Evening Star – Niagara Falls, NY
12/31 @ TBA – Philadelphia / Easton, PA
01/02 @ Irish Wolf – Scranton, PA
01/03 @ Whislky Warehouse – Mansfield, OH
01/04 @ Empire – Akron, OH
01/05 @ The Music Factory – Battle Creek, MI
01/06 @ Diesel – Chesterfield, MI
01/07 @ TBA – St. Joseph, MI
01/09 @ TBA – Lafayette, IN
01/10 @ Bada Brew – Crest Hill, IL
01/11 @ TBA – Rockford, IL
01/12 @ Penny Road – Barrington, IL
01/13 @ Every Buddy’s Bar – Chippewa Falls, WI
01/14 @ Hijinx – Fort Atkinson, WI
01/16 @ Spicoli’s – Waterloo, IA
01/17 @ Cafe Acoustic – St. Joseph, MO
01/18 @ Rose Music Hall – Columbia, MO
01/19 @ Aftershock – Merriam, KS
01/20 @ TAB – Omaha, NE
01/24 @ TBA – Grand Junction, CO
01/25 @ Herman’s Hideaway – Denverr, CO
01/26 @ Sunshine Studios Live – Colorado Springs, CO
01/28 @ Gas Monkey – Dallas, TX
01/30 @ Limelight – San Antonio, TX
02/02 @ Scout Bar – Houston, TX
02/03 @ BFE Rock Club – Houston, TX
02/06 @ TBA – Flagstaff, AZ
02/07 @ Beauty Bar – Las Vegas, NV
02/08 @ TBA – San Diego, CA
02/09 @ Viper Room – Los Angeles, CA
02/10 @ TBA – Modesto, CA
02/11 @ Holy Driver – Sacramento, CA
02/13 @ TBA – Eugene, OR
02/15 @ Rock Hard PDX – Portland, OR
02/16 @ TBA – Spokane, WA
02/17 @ El Corazon – Seattle, WA

More information on The Veer Union’s new single, box set, tour and more is available online now at:

Website: http://www.theveerunion.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theveerunion

Twitter: http://twitter.com/TheVeerUnion

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The Veer Union Opens New Box Set Pre-Orders; Announces New Live Dates

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The Veer Union has opened pre-orders for its new career retrospective box set.

Fans can pre-order History of Our Evolution limited edition box set, which is being released via Rock Shop Entertainment, now.  The six-disc collection includes two takes on the band’s album Decade — the original take and an acoustic take – Decade 2 and its acoustic companion as well as a separate disc of demos and rarities.

Fans who pre-order the new multi-disc set now will receive an instant download of the band’s cover of Faith No More’s hit song ‘Epic’ as an added bonus.

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In anticipation of the box set’s release, the band has also announced a new live schedule that starts Dec. 8 in Mercersburg, PA and runs through Feb. 17 in Seattle, WA.  The schedule also includes performances in Denver, CO; Akron, OH and Los Angeles, CA among many other dates.  The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

The Veer Union Epic Evolution Tour Dates:
12/08 @ Mercersburg Mansion House – Mercersburg, PA
12/09 @ Monraes – Penneville, NY
12/30 @ Evening Star – Niagara Falls, NY
12/31 @ TBA – Philadelphia / Easton, PA
01/02 @ Irish Wolf – Scranton, PA
01/03 @ Whislky Warehouse – Mansfield, OH
01/04 @ Empire – Akron, OH
01/05 @ The Music Factory – Battle Creek, MI
01/06 @ Diesel – Chesterfield, MI
01/07 @ TBA – St. Joseph, MI
01/09 @ TBA – Lafayette, IN
01/10 @ Bada Brew – Crest Hill, IL
01/11 @ TBA – Rockford, IL
01/12 @ Penny Road – Barrington, IL
01/13 @ Every Buddy’s Bar – Chippewa Falls, WI
01/14 @ Hijinx – Fort Atkinson, WI
01/16 @ Spicoli’s – Waterloo, IA
01/17 @ Cafe Acoustic – St. Joseph, MO
01/18 @ Rose Music Hall – Columbia, MO
01/19 @ Aftershock – Merriam, KS
01/20 @ TAB – Omaha, NE
01/24 @ TBA – Grand Junction, CO
01/25 @ Herman’s Hideaway – Denverr, CO
01/26 @ Sunshine Studios Live – Colorado Springs, CO
01/28 @ Gas Monkey – Dallas, TX
01/30 @ Limelight – San Antonio, TX
02/02 @ Scout Bar – Houston, TX
02/03 @ BFE Rock Club – Houston, TX
02/06 @ TBA – Flagstaff, AZ
02/07 @ Beauty Bar – Las Vegas, NV
02/08 @ TBA – San Diego, CA
02/09 @ Viper Room – Los Angeles, CA
02/10 @ TBA – Modesto, CA
02/11 @ Holy Driver – Sacramento, CA
02/13 @ TBA – Eugene, OR
02/15 @ Rock Hard PDX – Portland, OR
02/16 @ TBA – Spokane, WA
02/17 @ El Corazon – Seattle, WA

More information on The Veer Union’s new box set, tour and more is available online now at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.theveerunion.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theveerunion

 

 

 

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Everybody Panic! Tapped To Join 2016 Storm Warning Tour

Courtesy: O'Donnell Media Group

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Everybody Panic! is extending its current tour schedule.

The Oklahoma City, Oklahoma-based band announced recently that it has been added to the 2016 Storm Warning Tour.  The tour kicks off May 6th in Sauget, IL and runs through May 31st in Pittsburgh, PA.  Also on board for the upcoming tour will be Hed (p.e.) which is currently touring alongside Everybody Panic! on its current tour, and The Veer Union.  Everybody Panic! is currently serving as a support act for Powerman 5000 on its current headlining tour.  That tour wraps Saturday, April 30th.  The current schedule for the Storm Warning Tour is noted below along with its current dates alongside Powerman 5000 and Hed (p.e.).

Tour dates:
With Powerman 5000 and Hedpe
4/28 Dubuque, IA @ The Venue
4/29 Algona, IA @ Afterlife Lounge
4/30 Des Moines, IA @ Woolys
With Hedpe and The Veer Union

5/6 – Sauget, IL @ Pops
5/7 – Toledo, OH @ Realm
5/8 – Louisville, KY @ Trixie’s Entertainment Complex
5/10 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
5/11 – Sanford, FL @ West End Trading Company
5/12 – St Petersberg, FL @ State Theater
5/14 – Jacksonville, FL @ The Green Room
5/15 – Fayetteville, NC @ Drunk Horse Pub
5/16 – Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
5/17 – Beckley, WV @ Munchies
5/18 – Baltimore, MD @ Fish Head Cantina
5/19 – Reading, PA @ Reverb
5/20 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
5/23 – Cambridge, MA @ Middel East Downstairs
5/24 – Stanhope, NJ @ Stanhope House
5/25 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
5/26 – Amityville, NY @ Revolution
5/27 – Providence, RI @ Fete Ballroom
5/28 – Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
5/29 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
5/30 – Brockway, PA @ Camaseli Bar
5/31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
June 17/18 Laconiafest with Sevendust, Ted Nugent and more.

 

 

 

 

More information on Everybody Panic!’s upcoming live dates is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

 

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EVERYBODYPANIC

Twitter: http://twitter.com/everybodypanic1

 

 

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Everybody Panic! Joins PM5K On Tour

Courtesy:  Cavigold Records

Courtesy: Cavigold Records

Everybody Panic! is back on the road again.

The up-and-coming Oklahoma City, OK-based band is currently touring alongside veteran hard rock act Powerman 5000.  The tour is in support of the band’s 2015 EP Attack.  The band’s current tour April 30th in Des Moines, IA and also includes performances in Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana.  Following its current tour the band will join forces with Hed (pe) and The Veer Union for The Storm Warning Tour beginning May 7th.  Dates for that tour will be announced soon.  Everybody Panic’s current tour schedule is noted below.

Tour dates:
With Powerman 5000 and Hedpe

March 31 – Waterloo, IA @ Reverb

April 1 – La Crosse, WI @ Cavalier Theater

April 2 – Belvidere, IL@ Apollo Theater

April 3 – Danville, IL @ Vintage Villains

April 5 – Ringle, WI @ Q & Z Expo Center

April 6 – Chippewa Falls, WI @ Everybody’s Bar

April 7 – South Bend, IN @ Cheers

April 8 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection

April 9 – Columbus, OH @ Al Rosa Villa

April 10 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theater

April 20 – Pekin, IL @ Twisted Spoke

April 24 – South Bend, IN @ Cheers

April 30 – Des Moines, IA @ Woolys

 

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