Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium and In Flames Tour Rebooked for 2021

Megadeth, Lamb of God have just rebooked their highly anticipated co-headlining tour that will cover two-legs in 2021. The North American shows will also feature Trivium and In Flames as direct support for the entire run. This will be Megadeth’s first headlining tour in North America since Dave Mustaine was diagnosed with cancer in 2019 and got a clean bill of health. New dates are listed below. Continue reading

My Chemical Romance Rebooks Comeback Tour for 2021

One of the biggest stories in music in 2020 is the return of My Chemical Romance. With the coronavirus pandemic putting the kybosh on many tours and fests, MCR is the latest to move their dates to next year. The trek was originally slated to kick off on September 9 in Detroit, Michigan and end on October 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada and was supposed to include a headlining appearance at the Aftershock festival in Sacramento, California. Earlier today, the band released the following statement via social media: Continue reading

Punk In Drublic Fest Europe Fest to Feature NOFX, Pennywise, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Reel Big Fish, and More!

Punk In Drublic Fest has announced its European tour for 2021, featuring their first announcement of bands. NOFX, Pennywise, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Reel Big Fish, The Vandals, Face to Face, Comeback Kid, Days N Daze, The Baboon Show. More bands TBA soon!  Continue reading

Lamb of God Issues Update About Tour of Europe with Kreator and Power Trip

Lamb of God has taken to social media to share an update with fans about the previously postponed tour with Kreator and Power Trip. The plan now seems to be aiming towards a rescheduled 2021 spring tour, but nothing is confirmed yet. Lamb of God’s new, self-titled album is due out on June 19th via Epic Records. Stay tuned to Ghost cult for more Lamb of God coverage, including an album review and an exclusive interview.  Continue reading

Faith No More Rebooked European Tour, Crew Fundraiser Launched

Faith No More in Boston, by Meg Loyal Photography

Faith No More has announced a number of rescheduled dates for the band’s European tour that was originally slated for this Summer. The dates still include their planned exclusive UK headline dates, other European shows, and their appearance at Tons of Rock in Oslo, Norway. All currently held tickets remain valid for the new date. Refunds are available upon request. Please direct inquiries to the original point of purchase. Faith No More will also soon announce news of their North American Summer tour dates. The band has also launched a merch fundraiser for their crew, impacted by the loss of income. Continue reading

This Summer’s Tour Team up From Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium and In Flames is postponed Due to Coronavirus

In a statement made by the bands, the summer leg of the highly anticipated tour from Megadeth and Lamb of God, plus special guests Trivium and In Flames, is being rescheduled to 2021. Read the statement below concerning rescheduling and tickets. 

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Alter Bridge Forced to Postpone Their Headline Tour with Black Stone Cherry and Saint Asonia

Do to the COVID-19 outbreak, Alter Bridge has postponed their upcoming headline tour with special guests Black Stone Cherry and Saint Asonia. The tour was in continued support of their excellent 2019 album Walk The Sky, out now via Napalm Records. The band has released a statement to fans: Continue reading

High on Fire Cancels All Headline Tour Dates for 2020 Due to Coronavirus

Events Center, Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV 8/16/19

In a message to fans, High on Fire has canceled all of its headline club tour dates due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The band suggests fans contact their point of purchase for refunds. Ad for their festival dates, the band recommends keeping up with Festival news on their sites and socials. They are working on rescheduling European tour dates for 2021. The band had continued to tour in support of their Grammy-Award winning album Electric Messiah, released via eOne Music. The band has yet to announce a permanent replacement for co-founder and drummer Des Kensel, who stepped down from the band after 21 years in 2019. Continue reading

Iron Maiden Forced to Cancel Their Japanese “Legacy of the Beast” Tour

Iron Maiden has been forced to cancel its previously announced Japanese tour due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that is sweeping the globe. The heavy metal legends announced the cancelation in a Facebook post earlier today. Maiden has already canceled their tour of Australia and New Zealand as the pandemic sweeps the globe and has turned the touring industry for bands to a standstill. The band is said to have completed a new album for release either in late 2020 or early 2021. Continue reading

Soul Asylum Announces New Album “Hurry Up And Wait” Out Next Month

Soul Asylum has announced a new album, Hurry Up And Wait, via Blue Élan Records. Pre-orders are live at the link below. The band had a huge tour booked with Local-H, including SXSW, but that is now remaining dates are likely canceled or postponed until the fall. You can follow the band on Facebook or their website for the up to the minute details about their tour dates. The current lineup of the band includes founder Dave Pirner– songwriter/vocals/guitar, Michael Bland-drums, Ryan Smith-lead guitar, and Wynston Roye-bass. Pirner also just released his first book, “Loud, Fast, Words”, out now via MNHS Publishing (Minnesota Historical Society). The book is a collection of lyrics and is also available for purchase. Continue reading