New Years Day brings their “The Other Side” Tour to NYC with support from Get Scared, Eyes Set To Kill and New Volume. This is going to be a good one.
Hey there readers, I just learned that the band New Years Day will be embarking on their very first headlining tour which they are calling “The Other Side Tour”. I’ve copied the press release and the tour poster for you to examine below and then will close out with some added thoughts. Read on.
The Press Release:
After being one of the biggest standouts on this Summer’s Warped Tour, NEW YEARS DAY are excited to announce their much anticipated North American headlining tour. The band will embark on “The Other Side Tour” this Fall in support of their upcoming new album, Malevolence, which is slated for release in October. Joining the band will be Get Scared, Eyes Set To Kill and New Volume. Ash Costello (vocals) states, “We had such an amazing time out on the Vans Warped Tour this Summer and can¹t wait to head out on our first headliner playing brand new songs off of our album Malevolence. We are very excited to play a longer set with songs we don¹t normally play. Come get sweaty with us and be part of the madness!”
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The Details: For the fans of Industrial Metal the band Combichrist are juiced at the fact that they are hitting the road on a headlining tour in support of their latest album entitled “We Love You” and with this being the case the tour itself is being called the “We Love” tour. It’s going to bring along William Control and New Year’s Day and will be making a stop at Irving Plaza and since that is happening I am proud to announce a contest that comes care of the fine folks at Livenation who want to put some lucky PiercingMetal supporters into the show. Check out more below.
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I was finally catching the band New Years Day who were performing as one of the support acts for the Otep show in NYC. Here is the gallery of images that I secured during their set. They are a band worth seeing for sure.