Start your neck stretches now, because there will be some serious headbanging going on this fall. Cannibal Corpse has announced a headlining tour with support from Dark Funeral, Immolation, and Black Anvil.
Hot off the final date of Dead & Company’s latest tour, Bob Weir has announced a 21-night run with his project Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros. The band is anchored by bassist, producer, and Blue Note Records President Don Was.
Snarky Puppy returned to their roots by recording their forthcoming record, “Empire Central,” in the studio with an audience. The album will be coming out on September 30th, after which they’ll spend a couple of months touring Europe.
Peter Hook & The Light are rounding it back up to tour the U.S. and Canada to celebrate the Joy Division and vocalist Ian Curtis’ continuing influence. The “Joy Division: A Celebration” tour will see the bassist revisit his musical catalog.
The Wood Brothers recently announced a tour alongside Greensky Bluegrass, and now they’ve added some headlining dates for the fall. They also shared more exciting news: they’ve finished tracking their eighth studio album.
The Dead Daisies have unveiled a new set of U.S. tour dates for September that will see them performing from coast to coast. The band, anchored and fronted by Glenn Hughes, also dropped a new single from their upcoming album.
Judas Priest has unveiled the second leg of their “50 Heavy Metal Years” tour. It will be a continued celebration for the band, which was just inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
The somewhat unlikely yet unbelievably perfect duo of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have announced a new round of U.S. tour dates for the fall. They will be joined by by bassist Dennis Crouch.
Violent Femmes have unveiled a new set of tour dates for the fall that will focus on the Midwest and East Coast. The band, featuring the acoustic bass stylings of Brian Ritchie, will kick things off on October 2nd.
Esperanza Spalding has announced a set of tour dates for July that will see her collaborating with choreographer, dancer, and director Antonio Brown. Spread across the U.S., the concerts will pull from the last few of her albums.
Punk bass icon Mike Watt will be heading to Europe as the third member of Flipper for their “’Till the Wheels Fall Off Tour.” He will be playing bass as well as singing with founding members Stephen DePace and Ted Falconi.
Tony Levin recently wrapped up a tour with The Stick Men, and now he’s heading back out on the road with his brother Pete with their band The Levin Brothers. The bassist and pianist will be joined by Aly Ryerson on flute and Jeff Siegel on drums.