After releasing their new album “Hybrid Vol. 1: Such As A Mule” last month, Consider the Source has unveiled a new 10-date tour of seated, intimate shows to showcase the music.
David Ellefson and The Lucid have unveiled their first live shows. The group’s self-titled debut, which dropped in October, was the bassist’s first new release since his dismissal from Megadeth earlier in 2021.
Tower of Power has unveiled a new spring tour of the U.S. that marks their first major outing since the beginning of the pandemic. Bassist Marc Van Wageningen, who had filled in for Rocco Prestia through the years, will carry on the tradition.
Metalheads rejoice! Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium, and In Flames have announced a 2022 leg for their “Metal Tour of the Year”. The package’s original dates were in 2020 and postponed until last summer.
Mike Bagetta has announced a massive tour with his project mssv, which includes drummer Stephen Hodges and punk bass icon Mike Watt.
After their debut album made waves in 2021, British post punk band Squid will be carrying their momentum into 2022. They’ve just announced a set of tour dates.
The Eagles have unveiled a new set of tour dates for their upcoming tour that will see them perform one of their most influential albums in full: “Hotel California”.
After wrapping up a fall outing, Carl Palmer is bringing his ELP Legacy trio out for a second leg of their US tour. The band will be performing a multi-media show that consists of ELP’s catalog, with Simon Fitzpatrick on bass.
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros are gearing up for a big 2022. They’ve just announced a 13-city tour for the spring as well as a new album, “Live in Colorado”, to be released February 18.
Rock duo Royal Blood will be coming back to North America for the first time since 2019. The band, featuring a wall of sound created by bassist Mike Kerr, will be touring the U.S. and Canada in support of their latest album, “Typhoons”.
Primus had to reschedule their Rush Tribute tour three times, but now they’re making up for it. After wrapping up the first leg in October, the band has unveiled a second leg of their “A Tribute to Kings” tour.
Haim released their latest album, “Women in Music Pt. III”, back in June of 2020, and now the trio of sisters are ready to take the show on the road. The band, anchored by bassist Este Haim, announced “One More Haim Tour”.