Scorpions, Disturbed, Rob Zombie, FFDP, Megadeth, More To Play Rocklahoma 2016

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Rocklahoma 2016 has announced it’s lineup for it’s 10th anniversary. Taking place at the Catch The Fever festival grounds in Pryor, OK from May 27th to 29th this year. The headline bands are Scorpions, Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, along with Megadeth, Chevelle, 3 Doors Down, Sixx:A.M., Collective Soul, Sebastian Bach, Bullet For My Valentine, Great White, Sevendust, P.O.D., HELLYEAH, Steel Panther,  Pop Evil, Saint Asonia, Bang Tango, Last In Line, Thousand Foot Krutch, Texas Hippie Coalition, The Sword, Red Sun Rising, Hatebreed, DevilDriver, Mystery, Wilson, Avatar, Wild Throne, The Glorious Sons, Citizen Zero, Banshee, Nova Rex, Prophets Of Addiction, Beggars Jam, NiteRain, Freeway Mad, Midnite Sin, 3-D In Your Face, Teer, 5-Star Hooker, Dead Metal Society, Electro_Nomicon, Kore, Rozzik, Diamond Lane, Chaotic Resemblance, Project Terror, The Tip, NICNOS, Stolen Rhodes, Screaming For Silence, DREK, A Course Of Action, Lovebettie, BC and the Big Rig and more. Fan interested in attending can get specially priced Rocklahoma pre-sale tickets now with the password “ROK10”. Ticket prices go up when the public on sale begins, next Monday, Jan 18th at noon local time. http://bit.ly/ROK2016

 

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Rock N Derby Festival Features Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, Halestorm And More

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Upstate New York will be the site of the 2016 Rock `N Derby featuring three days of demolition derby action and killer bands. Sponsored by SLP Concerts and GameLoud , among the already announced lineup Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, Halestorm, Megadeth, Sixx: A.M., Lamb Of God, Clutch, Anthrax, Ghost, Wolfmother, Sevendust, Dokken, Trivium, Memphis May Fire, We Came As Romans, Scott Stapp (Creed), Pop Evil, Thy Art Is Murder, Currents, Wild Throne and 40 more bands TBD. In addition to the derby fun, there will be wrestling, camping and 24/7 food and vendors too. The festival takes place at Schaghticoke Fairgrounds – 69 Stillwater Bridge Rd, Schaghticoke, NY, near Albany and tickets are on sale now, with packages and VIP info detailed below:

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS

WEEKEND GENERAL ADMISSION

Tickets

Prices start at $119.00

TWO DAY GENERAL ADMISSION

Tickets

Prices start at $89.99

CHILDREN TICKETS (12 and under)

*Children under 16 need a guardian to attend

SINGLE DAY $29.99

TWO DAY $54.99

WEEKEND $74.99

DEMOLITION DERBY GENERAL ADMISSION

Single Day (Saturday and Sunday) $29.99 PER DAY

ON-SITE CAMPING – PRICES & PACKAGES

2 PERSON (10×30) $120.00

4 PERSON (20×40) $180.00

6 PERSON (20×40) $200

6 PERSON RV (20×40) $225.00 (no hook up)

6 PERSON RV (20×40) $325.00 (with hook up)

ADD ONS:

ADDITIONAL PARKING $29.99

10×10 TENT w/ SIDES $150.00

COTS $65.00

SLEEPING BAGS $40.00

LOCKER RENTALS $20.00 PER DAY or $50.00 WEEKEND RENTAL

VIP PACKAGES (Powered by Soundrink, 21+ ONLY)

RV PACKAGE – $6,599.99 (11 AVAILABLE)

Six (6) VIP Weekend Passes & Lanyard

$250.00 in Stock Food & Drink (alcohol served to 21+ only)

Gift Box of Festival Merch

Access to Monster Energy Artist Bar’n

Artist Meet and Greet

Pre & After Party Access

6 Pit Pass for Demo Derby

Six Festival Sleeping Bags

CABANA PACKAGE – $3,499.99 (10 AVAILABLE)

Six (6) VIP Weekend Passes & Lanyard

Six Pack of Craft Beer Per Day

Gift Box of Festival Merch

Access to Monster Energy Artist Bar’n

Artist Meet and Greet

Pre & After Party Access

6 Pit Pass for Demo Derby

For more information on, including FAQ, directions, parking tips, hotel information, vending and more, please visit:

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News: Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Korn, etc Confirmed For Northern Invasion 2016

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Northern Invasion has expanded to two full days – Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15, 2016 at Somerset Amphitheatre in Somerset, WI. The confirmed lineup includes:

Disturbed
Rob Zombie
Korn
Shinedown
Chevelle
A Day To Remember
Bring Me The Horizon
Seether
Lamb Of God
Ghost
Sixx:A.M.
Pop Evil
Clutch
Sevendust
Hellyeah
P.O.D.
BABYMETAL
Black Stone Cherry
Yelawolf
Trivium
Asking Alexandria
Parkway Drive
Saint Asonia
Butcher Babies
Turbowolf
Red Sun Rising
Beartooth
Enter Shikari
Aranda
Lacey Sturm
Avatar
Monster Truck
From Ashes To New
The Glorious Sons
Wild Throne
Audiotopsy
RavenEye
City Of The Weak

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News: Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Scorpions, Five Finger Death Punch, etc Confirmed For Carolina Rebellion 2016

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Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion has been confirmed for May 6, 7 and 8, 2016 at Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. Confirmed acts so far include:

Disturbed
The Scorpions
Rob Zombie
ZZ Top
Five Finger Death Punch
Shinedown
Deftones
Lynyrd Skynyrd
A Day To Remember
3 Doors Down
Alice Cooper
Bring Me The Horizon
Cypress Hill
Pennywise
Lamb Of God
Megadeth
Ghost
Sixx:A.M.
Anthrax
Collective Soul
Clutch
The Sword
The Struts
Asking Alexandria

Yelawolf
BABYMETAL
Pop Evil
Bullet For My Valentine
P.O.D.
Sevendust
Hellyeah
Between The Buried & Me
Parkway Drive
Black Stone Cherry
Saint Asonia
Trivium
Escape The Fate
August Burns Red
Turbowolf
Enter Shikari
Sick Puppies
Filter
Candlebox
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
New Years Day
Aranda
Thousand Foot Krutch
Red Sun Rising
Texas Hippie Coalition
Hands Like Houses
Code Orange
Failure Anthem
Avatar
Lacey Sturm
The Glorious Sons
From Ashes To New
Wilson
I Prevail
Monster Truck
Audiotopsy
Wild Throne
RavenEye

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Aaron Beam of Red Fang Talks New Album

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Portland riff rockers Red Fang have been powering through on the road and continuing to push their latest album Whales and Leeches. Their latest venture took them through Knotfest in Devore, CA where they were greeted with a swarm of fans for their early set time.

Being that it is a bit over two years since the release of their current album, they have stretched the lifespan of the release beyond where they had thought it could possible reach.

It was October of 2013 when it came out so it’s about two years. This is the last tour we’re doing on it. We’re trying to play some smaller cities and cities we haven’t played in a long time. We wanted to get out with some of our favorite bands Whores and Wild Throne and take those guys out. We’ve been writing some new songs and we wanted to try some of those songs out on the tour. We didn’t play them today (Knotfest) because it was a shorter set, but on the rest of the tour we’re doing three to four new songs,” said bassist Aaron Beam, talking about where they stand today.

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He talked playing Knotfest and how different it is playing an American festival versus the numbers of European festivals Red Fang had participated on over the years.

Most of the people at Knotfest speak English! They speak English at most of the festivals in Europe too. I feel more comfortable speaking to the audience here and feeling like they understand me. Besides that, generally festivals are festivals and they’re pretty similar,” he said.

Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

During their 2011 release Murder The Mountains, Red Fang took part on the Rockstar Mayhem Festival tour across North America and played in front of crowds largely geared towards the younger, modern metalcore oriented audiences. Now fast forward to 2015, Beam talked about how playing Knotfest differs from back then.

I think the lineup today was a bit more varied than Mayhem was the year that we did it. I know Mayhem changes up but the year we did it there was lots and lots of metalcore and more thrash bands. We were the only band that was a rock band. Today was good. It seemed like people were more locked in.

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He also talked about public awareness growing over the years and fans becoming much more saavy with the Fang helped sway them in their favor.

That’s it too. More people know about us now. Almost any time you go to see a band cold and you’ve never heard of them before, you’re not going to be thrashing around. You’re going to be paying attention and listening, especially when it’s something so different from everything else during the day.

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Recently, Red Fang has released a new seven inch single on Volcom Recordings with two covers – an Elvis Presley and the theme song for the popular 1980s television series Fraggle Rock, reinterpreted by the band.

There’s two covers on the Volcom seven inch. There’s the Elvis cover which is only the lyrics are the same. The song is an old couple of riffs that we’ve never figured out how to turn it into a song before. Then there’s also a cover of a song from that TV show Fraggle Rock, which is similarly lyrics and an old song that I wrote from before Red Fang even existed that we modified and turned it into a track that worked with that vocal melody,” he explained.

Beam himself took part on the Teenage Time Killers’ record Teenage Time Killers: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 on a song titled “Your Empty Soul,” which he also involved Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin. He talked about how he got involved in this project.

 

It was actually through this guy Sean Cox, who’s a tech for the Foo Fighters. Several of the Foo Fighters crew live up in Portland. So Sean was helping us out with some guitar problems and we were just hanging out and he asked me if I would mind if he put me in touch with Lou, who engineered the thing. I was like ‘yeah…’

Reed was originally thinking of having Pepper [Keenan] sing on that track but something happened and Pepper couldn’t do it. So it was like ‘you know what would be cool is if we got that guy Aaron from Red Fang.’ I think it was like Reed mentioned it and then Lou talked to Sean, and then Sean talked to me and that’s how it came together.

While he enjoyed working on the song, he missed his one chance at performing it live at a recent one time show in Los Angeles.

No I’ve never played it. That was my chance I guess with the concert that they did (Teenage Time Killers at Henry Fonda Theater) in LA but there was no way for me to make it down. Juggling kids and being on tour was real hard. That was a weekend I wasn’t available. Hopefully they’ll do another one and I can do it. I love the idea and I want to actually perform the song once.

John Sherman of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

John Sherman of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

While Beam and the Red Fang guys experienced a lot during this album cycle, he shared some of the highlights he experienced throughout the past few years.

This last tour with Whores and Wild Throne was big. That was one of the funnest US tours we’ve done. I also loved that tour we’d done with Big Business and American Sharks earlier, and we did a tour right in the beginning with Helms Alee, Wild Throne and a band before them called Gaytheist. Those were all super fun US tours.

The highlight of show for me was…and we’ve played a lot of really good shows. But the one that really was the most memorable from this album was Hellfest in France. It was the third time we’ve played it and we’ve got a pretty decent main stage slot. I would say conservatively there were 25,000 people watching us play, and they were not just standing there. It was packed and people were rocking out all the way to the back of the crowd. It was amazing. It was so fun.

Lots of times there’s something about the energy of an intimate club you can’t capture on a big huge festival stage like that. But with that many people it was awesome. Maybe we’ll never get to do that again but that’s really memorable.

Red Fang with Paul Shaffer on Late Show With David Letterman.

Red Fang with Paul Shaffer on Late Show With David Letterman.

They met a lot of high profile names along the way, and many were not necessarily from the heavy music world. One person they met was David Letterman, where they had a rare opportunity to perform on his television show – Late Night With David Letterman – before he retired earlier in the year.

That was on this album cycle! It seems like so long ago,” said Beam, suddenly remembering this moment. “That was an amazing experience. It was one of those things where I didn’t feel nervous until they started taping the episode. Once they tape it there’s no stopping. It feels like when you’re climbing to the top of a huge waterslide or you’re about to skydive. You know you’re committed. There’s nothing you can do – you have to do it. You’re terrified when you do it and as soon as you do it, you want to do it again. It was exactly like that. It was awesome.

They also got to work with actor and musician Fred Armisen, who appeared in their music video for ‘Blood Like Cream.’ “He played in a band called Trenchmouth in the 90s that my kids’ mom they used to play shows together, like way back when. She knows him from the music world before he was on TV at all. Pretty interesting.

Fred Armisen with Red Fang on the "Blood Like Cream" Music Video.

Fred Armisen with Red Fang on the “Blood Like Cream” Music Video.

Lastly, Beam talked about a new Red Fang also in the work, following the conclusion of their touring cycle.

Yeah for sure. We’ve already got three songs that are totally done, and we’ve got pieces of…I don’t know…30 more songs worth of material. We’ve got to start as soon as we get back from this tour we’re gonna lock in and start bashing out the songs and turning them into finishing them. We have studio time tentatively booked for end of February or beginning of March.

We’re really buckling down now. These tour things come up and A) you’ve got to make money and B) we wanted to try out these songs on the road as well and dial them in a little bit better and see how they’re working. That really helped a lot.

He gave a preview of the new material that is in the process of becoming the new Red Fang album. “You’ll probably be able to find some YouTube videos of some of the new songs. We’ve played them on this whole tour. One of them is called ‘The Shadows’ and it’s actually on this seven inch we’ve already put out. We’ll do an updated version of it.

 

There’s a new song that I’m super excited about that we’re playing on this last tour that’s kind of a slower, a little dirtier songs but it has this more Russian Circles kind of thing that happens half way through it. It’s got some surprises.

We’re still experimenting and branching out and trying new things always. It’s clearly going to be a Red Fang record but with some stuff you haven’t heard before.

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Whores Sign To Entertainment One Music, New Album In 2016

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Hardcore noise experimentalists Whores have announced they have signed to eOne Music and will release their next album from the label in 2016. Vocalist Christian Lembach commented on the signing:

 

We are over the moon to be working with eOne Music. They completely understand where we are coming from, and it is an honor to be under the umbrella of the biggest indie label in North America.”

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Whores is on the road opening for Red Fang and Wild Throne.

Oct 01: Billings, MT – Pub Station
Oct 02: Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
Oct 03: Ft. Collins, CO – Aggie Theatre
Oct 06: Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
Oct 07: Chicago, IL – Subterranean
Oct 08: Columbus, OH – Ace Of Cups
Oct 09: Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
Oct 10: Brooklyn, NY – Palisades
Oct 11: Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
Oct 13: Raleigh, NC – Kings
Oct 14: Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
Oct 16: New Orleans, LA – Siberia
Oct 17: Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live
Oct 18: Austin, TX – Mohawk
Oct 19: Houston, TX – Warehouse Studio
Oct 21: Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad
Oct 22: Phoenix, AZ – The Rebel Lounge
Oct 23: San Diego, CA – Casbah

 

 

 

Surfing With Whales and Leeches- Red Fang

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Over the past two years, Red Fang has made its name known across the music world with its raw, riff oriented rock sound and continuing to win over new fans on every stop along the way. Audiences have slowly discovered their latest release, Whales and Leeches, through their wild music videos and their extensive touring schedules.

Guitarist David Sullivan talked about their experiences over their recent album cycle. “We’ve been touring a lot, so we’re staying in people’s minds and playing shows. Video’s definitely help (‘Crows In Swine’). We just had a new animated video come out and stoked how that came out. I got to meet the animator, this guy Adam Avilla last night and talking face to face. That was kind of cool.

Most of our videos, our friend Whitey McConnaughy lives in Portland. We see him around all the time. This was a new person for us to work with,” he said.

Guitarist Bryan Giles of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

Guitarist Bryan Giles of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

After spending last winter supporting Opeth and In Flames across North America, and taking part on the Desertfest in both the UK and Germany, the band is about to headline a tour with Whores and Wild Throne, which also hits Knotfest in Devore, CA.

Guitarist Bryan Giles spoke about their past year of touring, and at the time of the interview, were completing the Opeth and In Flames tour. While musically opposites from what Red Fang is about, they have made it work around sharing stages with a variety of artists and winning over their fans to capitalize on the moment.

We’ve been lucky. I’ve always had that worry in the back of my mind when we do a new tour with bands that are different stylistically from us. I don’t know how the crowd’s going to do…every since we were just starting out it was cool to see playing with death metal bands and the crowd seemed to enjoy it, even though we were not exactly what they were playing. I’ve built some amount of confidence…yeah the music’s totally different but it’s still got distorted guitar and blasting drums. We have that too so here we go. Hopefully people will like it,” said Giles.

Guitarist David Sullivan of Red Fang.

Guitarist David Sullivan of Red Fang, by Susanne A. Maathuis Photography.

Neither Giles nor fellow guitarist David Sullivan knew how they were selected to open for the Opeth and In Flames tour, but playing in front of early arrivals at these packed shows did help them gain new fans.

I’m not sure how we got picked. We had done a tour with In Flames a few years ago. We did this Rockstar Energy Mayhem tour and they were on there. We met those dudes and became friends. I’m not sure if they were like ‘we really dig Red Fang’ or if they requested us. I’m not sure how it happened,” said Sullivan.

I’d like to think it was the case. But I don’t know,” said Giles.

We didn’t know the Opeth guys. All super nice guys. I don’t know how we got chosen for this but it worked out great,” added Sullivan.

Bassist/vocalist Aaron Beam of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Hillaire Jason

Sullivan and Giles both talked about their home turf of Portland, OR, where the Northwestern US music scene has grown like wildfire and other artists have began to attract attention from around the music world. Talks about a new grunge scene may be premature but something special seems to be in the air there.

I don’t know. I don’t know if it’s a new movement. It does seem like there’s a lot of activity,” said Sullivan.

It could be Relapse moved there a couple years ago. So some local stuff is getting seen by a pretty big underground label,” said Giles.

That’s true. That might have a lot to do with it. Relapse moved their headquarters from Philadelphia to Portland. I’ve never thought of that. It definitely could have something to do with it,” added Sullivan.

It’s growing. There’s a lot of people moving to town. It’s just crazy how many crummy high rise apartments are going in. It happens to every city but Portland has been a sleepy city for a long time. Now things are going to grow, and a lot of young people moved there for artistic reasons. For being on the West Coast, it’s probably one of the least expensive cities to move to. Everything has increased,” concluded Giles, about the growth to their city possibly leading towards a rising music scene.

John Sherman of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

John Sherman of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

Talks about a new album has been circulating for some time, but Red Fang has been taking their time to work on it, reportedly due out sometime in 2016. They both shared their thoughts on how the new album may shape into.

We don’t really know what it’s going to be. We’re not trying to pick a certain genre – we’ve got some punk, kind of fast stuff, some more stoner-y stuff. We’re all over the place. It’ll sound like Red Fang. We don’t have a set goal in mind that I can express except to make music that we dig and we like,” said Sullivan.

That’s the only rule that we have. We must all enjoy it. It doesn’t matter if we end up doing spaghetti westerns as long as we’re all on board with it…,” said Giles.

I don’t think it’s going to happen…,” responded Sullivan.

I don’t see it happening either but you never know. But I’m not taking it off the table…,” said Giles, in a semi-joking overtone.

It will sound like Red Fang but I don’t know what specifically it will be like,” concluded Sullivan.

Both of them would not rule out any musical directions, and fans of the band should not rule out anything.

We’ve always said we’re not going to restrict ourselves to any one style. It still follows somewhere in the range of heavy music. It’s not like we’re trying to be strictly stoner or strictly thrash. It’s whatever we enjoy,” said Sullivan

Giles summed it up best as a response, semi-joking, “Thrash sounds too exhausting. I think we’re too old to be thrash.

By Rei Nishimoto

Goatsnake, Subrosa, Royal Thunder, Rosetta, etc Confirmed For Crucial Fest 5

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Crucialfest 5 will be held June 18-20, 2015 in Salt Lake City, UT. The confirmed line will include:

Goatsnake
Dead Meadow
Royal Thunder
Rosetta
Mothership
Kowloon Walled City
Giant Squid
Captured! By Robots
Uzala
Norska
Black Pussy
Ides of Gemini
Demon Lung
Castle
Lesbian
Wild Throne
Ghetto Blaster
Eight Bells
Cold Blue Mountain
Throes

With Locals:
Eagle Twin
SubRosa
Cult Leader
Settle Down
Baby Gurl
Worst Friends
Agape
God’s Revolver
Eons
Dethrone the Soverign
Dark Seas
INVDRS
Cicadas
Disforia
Odium Totus
The Wasatch Fault
Turbo Chugg
The Ditch and the Delta
Oxcross
Filth Lords
Die Off
Top Dead Celebrity
Anthems
Stickfigures
D∅NE
Exes
Hard Men
Magda-Vega

Schedule
Thursday June 18th
Area 51 / 4pm / $10 / 18+ Stage
Baby Gurl
Eons
Throes
Cicadas
The Wasatch Fault
Filth Lords

Area 51 / 4pm / +$5 / 21+ Stage
INVDRS
Eight Bells
Ghetto Blaster
Cold Blue Mountain
Hard Men

Area 51 / 9pm / $10 / 21+
Royal Thunder
Wild Throne
Settle Down
Top Dead Celebrity
Friday June 19th
Area 51 / 4pm / $10 / 18+ Stage
Cult Leader
Rosetta
Ides of Gemini
Norska
Dethrone the Soverign
Disforia

Area 51 / 4pm / +$5 / 21+ Stage
The Ditch and the Delta
Castle
Demon Lung
Oxcross
Odium Totus

Urban Lounge / 9pm / $15 / 21+
Dead Meadow
Black Pussy
Dark Seas
D∅ne
Saturday June 20th
Area 51 / 2pm / $15 / 18+ Stage
SubRosa
Kowloon Walled City
Captured! By Robots
Giant Squid
Mothership
Worst Friends
Anthems
Stickfigures

Area 51 / 2pm / +$5 / 21+ Stage
God’s Revolver
Agape
Lesbian
Die Off
Exes
Danger Hailstorm
Magda-Vega

Urban Lounge / 9pm / $20 / 21+
Goatsnake
Eagle Twin
Uzala
Turbo Chugg
CrucialREST – Sunday June 21st
FREE / ALL AGES / FOOD
Kids & Dogs Welcome! No Alcohol Please
Bands and Venue TBA
*Schedule subject to change.
Accomodations

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Royal Thunder Confirm North American Tour

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Royal Thunder has announced an extensive list of tour dates with Wild Throne, and select dates with Halestorm and Rival Sons.

May 28: Siberia – New Orleans, LA
May 29: Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX
May 30: Club Dada – Dallas, TX
May 31: Holy Mountain – Austin, TX
Jun 02: Rebel Lounge – Phoenix, AZ
Jun 03: The Hideout – San Diego, CA
Jun 05: The Grove – Anaheim, CA (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 06: The Regency – San Francisco, CA (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 08: Roseland Theater – Portland, OR (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 09: Showbox SODO – Seattle, WA (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 10: Revolution Center – Boise, ID (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 12: Wilma Theatre – Missoula, MT (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 13: Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 14: The Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC (w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons)
Jun 16: Pub Station – Billings, MT
Jun 18: Crucial Fest – Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 19: Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO
Jun 20: The Record Bar – Kansas City, MO
Jun 21: The Nether Bar – Minneapolis, MN
Jun 22: Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL
Jun 23: The Pyramid Scheme – Grand Rapids, MI
Jun 25: St. Vitus – Brooklyn, NY
Jun 26: Great Scott – Boston, MA
Jun 27: The Parlour – Providence, RI
Jun 28: Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
Jun 30: Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD
Jul 01: The Camel – Richmond, VA
Jul 02: The Chop Shop – Charlotte, NC
Jul 03: The Earl – Atlanta, GA
^w/ Halestorm and Rival Sons

New tour dates with Wild Throne have been revealed! Catch Royal Thunder on the road this Spring/Summer including select…

Posted by ROYAL THUNDER on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Royal Thunder Streaming Three New Songs From Crooked Doors

Royal Thunder. Photo Credit: Kevin Griggs LToR: Josh Weaver, Will Fiore, Evan Diprima, Mlny Parsonz

Royal Thunder. Photo Credit: Kevin Griggs
LToR: Josh Weaver, Will Fiore, Evan Diprima, Mlny Parsonz

Atlanta heavy rockers Royal Thunder is streaming “Ear On The Fool” here and “Forgive Me, Karma” here, and “The Line” below.

The songs are off their upcoming full length release Crooked Doors, out on April 7, 2015 via Relapse Records.

Watch the third part of the webisode of the making of Crooked Doors below.

The band has previously announced their first North American Tour with Wild Throne, and a string of dates supporting Halestorm in mid June.