In This Moment has announced its 2017 “Half God Half Devil” U.S. headlining tour. The band will be hitting the road with Motionless In White, Avatar, and Gemini Syndrome as support this April and May. Pre-sales start tomorrow and general on-sale this Friday. The tour launches on April 7 in Milwaukee, Wis. with three festival dates (Fort Rock, Welcome to Rockville and Carolina Rebellion) included. The final standard tour date will be May 5 in Nashville, Tenn. with Carolina Rebellion following the next day. See the full list of dates inside. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Avatar’
Tags: Avatar, Columbus, Feathers & Flesh, Festivals, Hail the Apocalypse, Henrik Sandelin, Johannes Eckerstrom, John Alfredsson, Jonas Jarlsby, Mapfre Stadium, Rock on the Range, Tim Öhrström, World's Loudest Month
Tags: Avatar, Black Waltz, Carolina Rebellion, Charlotte, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, Feathers & Flesh, Festivals, Hail the Apocalypse, Henrik Sandelin, Johannes Eckerstrom, John Alfredsson, Kungen, Rock City Campgrounds, The Eagle Has Landed, Tim Öhrström, World's Loudest Month
Tags: Avatar, Evil Clown, Feathers & Flesh, Hail the Apocalypse, Sunflower Dead, sweden, Tour Dates, upcoming releases, Wilson
Avatar will release their very first concept album titled Feathers & Flesh on Friday, May 13, 2016 via Entertainment One (eOne) in North America and Canada and Another Century overseas. The new release will be the band’s highly anticipated follow-up to Hail The Apocalypse released in 2014, which cracked the Billboard Top 200 for the first time in the band’s career. Avatar have also confirmed a U.S. tour with Wilson and Sunflower Dead on select dates. View tour dates and additional info inside! (more…)
Tags: Avatar, Feathers & Flesh, Hail the Apocalypse, upcoming releases
Avatar have announced a brand new concept album titled Feathers & Flesh to be released on Friday, May 13, 2016 via Entertainment One (eOne) in North America and Canada and Another Century overseas. The new release will be the band’s highly anticipated followup to Hail The Apocalypse released in 2014, which cracked the Billboard Top 200 for the first time in the band’s career.
The aim is set higher, further and deeper than ever before for Avatar. Not only is this concept album their most extensive work to date, showing the widest range of any of their albums, it also contains a story too extensive for any booklet, so they made a book. A fully illustrated 60 page, 109 verse poem hardcover book. The physical album pre order, book, and exclusive merchandise will be available directly from the band March 17th. Click here to preview. View details and track listing inside! (more…)
Tags: Avatar, Hail the Apocalypse, Official video, Vultures Fly
Avatar are well known for their music videos. The visually stunning works of art have made the rounds over the last number of years surrounding their last two releases. From the vintage look of “Hail The Apocalypse” to their biggest single “Bloody Angel,” the new effort is no different. The band will also be making a return to the states this spring supporting Five Finger Death Punch. Dates will be announced soon. Click here for all tour dates. Watch “Vultures Fly” inside! (more…)
Tags: Avatar, Columbus, Crew Stadium, Festivals, Hail the Apocalypse, Johannes Eckerstrom, Rock on the Range
Tags: Alter Bridge, Avatar, Avenged Sevenfold, Axl Rose, Columbus, Crew Stadium, Five Finger Death Punch, Gojira, Guns N' Roses, Heaven's Basement, Jim Breuer Band, Kid Rock, Kill Devil Hill, Kvelertak, Lacuna Coil, Mastodon, Phil Anselmo, Pop Evil, Roast on the Range, Rock on the Range, Seether, Slayer, Taylor Momsen, The Pretty Reckless, Trivium, We Came as Romans
Celebrating its eighth annual installment, the three-day Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio, is a lot to endure, but endure we did. Whether you were there as one of the 105,000 diehard rock fans of the sold-out event or, like us, to interview bands and take up shop in the photo pit, you were part of it. If you were kneeling over in the concourse as a casualty of consuming too much alcohol, if you were experiencing your first rock festival or if you were making it your personal campaign for the legalization of marijuana, you were part of it, as well. This one is history. And yes, we’re still looking for some of us.
Now that you’ve had a chance to read my preview I posted days ago, accounting some of the highlights of the long weekend, let’s talk about the actual live performances from a few of the 60 bands on the bill. (more…)