Guitar legend Steve Vai has announced an extensive U.S. tour that will cover the nation over 54 appearances. Vai will be joined by his long-time bandmates Dave Weiner, Jeremy Colson, and bassist Philip Bynoe.
Static-X is continuing to honor their fallen frontman, Wayne Static, with a new tour. Tony Campos will be on the date with Static-X and Fear Factory, , while bassists Acey Slade and Ryan Farrell will be on tap for Dope and Mushroomhead.
Stone Temple Pilots and Bush have announced a fall co-headlining tour that will take them across the Southern United States. The bands, anchored by bassists Robert DeLeo and Corey Britz, will be kicking things off September 30th.
Snarky Puppy has announced a new set of tour dates that will run from September through the New Year. The band, led by bassist Michael League, will kick things off in Texas before heading to Florida, California, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and New York.
Cradle of Filth will be making their big return to the U.S. this fall with the “Lustmord and Tourgasm” tour. The band will be performing their epic concept album “Cruelty and the Beast” in full for the first time.
After several postponements, Primus is heading out on their epic “A Tribute To Kings” tour. Les Claypool has been very open about his eagerness for the outing as well, and apparently, he’s been practicing up – and learning the parts from Geddy Lee.
Trey Anastasio has announced a new tour with his solo band that will mark the group’s first tour since February 2020. He’s also announced a new bassist - Dezron Douglas - who will take the spot of the late Tony Markellis.
Circles Around the Sun will be making circles around the States again with a newly announced tour. It will be the band’s first extensive outing with Scott Metzer, who is now an official member and permanent replacement for the late Neal Casal.
Consider the Source has announced tour dates, including several festival spots and a tour with Moon Hooch. The Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion band will be focusing their efforts on the East Coast and Midwest from July to December.
Last month, Fieldy announced he would be sitting out of Korn’s upcoming tour to focus on taking care of himself. Now the band has revealed the identity of the bassist that will fill his shoes for the gigs.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the powerhouse quartet of Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, and Chris Thile will be touring the U.S. The group will bring music from “The Goat Rodeo Sessions” and “Not Our First Goat Rodeo” to nine cities.
Testament, Exodus, and Death Angel were on the road early last year as part of the “Bay Strikes Back” tour. It was, of course, cut short by the pandemic. However, the trio of thrash icons is ready to strike back again.