The 69 Eyes bring their “Hell Hath No Fury” Tour to Brooklyn with their stop at the Knitting Factory. They’ll be joined by Wednesday 13, The Nocturnal Affair and The Crowned. Don’t miss out.
Though I’ve enjoyed shining the spotlight on the touring side of the musical fence, I should admit that I never anticipated doing them here on the website and felt it would only be an occasional thing that would be done when I had the “PiercingMetal Musings” blog. This side notion just hit me as I’ve now surpassed more than 1K of these kinds of posts and now its time to alert the masses about a super cool combination as The 69 Eyes will return to our shores with direct support from Mr. Scary himself, Wednesday 13. Take a look down below at the full press release and dates.
The Press Release:
Helsinki Vampires, THE 69 EYES are proud to announce their Hell Has No Mercy 2020 U.S.Tour. Kicking off on January 15th at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, the 24 date trek will make stops in Chicago, West Hollywood and Richmond before concluding at Reverb in Reading, PA on February 22nd. Direct support will be none other than label-mates The Duke of Spook and his devilish ghouls known collectively as WEDNESDAY 13. Joining them on the tour are THE NOCTURNAL AFFAIR and THE CROWNED
THE 69 EYES will be touring in support of their recent release West End which was released on September 13th via Nuclear Blast Records. Today, the band releases their sixth album trailer where they discuss the lyrics of West End. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/vg35g81MdZw
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WSOU Presents “Wisconsin Death Trip” 20th Anniversary Tour & Memorial Tribute to Wayne Static w Static-X and DevilDriver, Dope, Wednesday 13, Raven Black and Gathering After Ashes.
Cradle Of Filth returns to NYC and brings along Wednesday 13 and Raven Black for support.
We might be dealing with the summer heat in my neck of the woods, but that doesn’t stop Mr. Wednesday 13 from announcing a brand new Fall tour. Check out the press release below. I’ll close out with editorial notations afterwards as always.
The Duke of Spook WEDNESDAY 13, will continue to support his highly successful Condolences release and embark on a North American tour this fall. Several dates will include performances with legendary guitarist JOHN 5 and shock-rocker DAVEY SUICIDE.
Comments mainman WEDNESDAY:
“We’re really excited to be hitting the road this fall. Doing the first week with JOHN 5 should be nothing short of a MONSTER show, and we’re super stoked. We’re also really excited to be touring Canada, as this will be our first time with this many dates. Looking forward to playing some new places and performing for all of our Canadian fans. We will be wrapping up the tour on the West Coast at the world famous Whisky a Go Go right before we head to the studio to record the follow up to Condolences. Looking forward to seeing everyone on tour!”
For more info, tickets and meet and greets visit the website at the close. Confirmed dates are as follows:
The Tour Dates:
10/31: Harrison, OH – Blue Note (supporting JOHN 5)
11/01: Joliet, IL – The Forge (supporting JOHN 5)
11/02: Traverse City, MI – Ground Zero (supporting JOHN 5)
11/03: Flint, MI – The Machine Shop (supporting JOHN 5)
11/04: Pittsburgh, PA – Jergel’s (supporting JOHN 5)
11/06: Quebec City, QC – La Source De Le Martiniere
11/07: Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Electriques
11/08: Ottawa, ON – The Brass Monkey
11/09: Toronto, ON – The Rockpile
11/10: Niagra Falls, ON – The Seneca Theatre
11/11: London, ON – Rum Runners
11/13: Sudbury, ON – The Asylum
11/15: Winnipeg, MB – The Park Theatre
11/16: Regina, SK – The Exchange
11/17: Calgary, AB – Dickens
11/18: Edmonton, AB – Buckingham
11/19: Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
11/20: Seattle, WA – Club Sur (w/ DAVEY SUICIDE)
11/21: Portland, OR – Dante’s (w/ DAVEY SUICIDE)
11/23: Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver (w/ DAVEY SUICIDE)
11/24: Los Angeles, CA – Whisky A Go Go (w/ DAVEY SUICIDE)
Condolences was released on June 2, 2017 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The album was produced, mixed and mastered by Chris “Zeuss” Harris (HATEBREED, ROB ZOMBIE). Artwork was created by Travis Smith (OPETH, KATATONIA, NEVERMORE).
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PiercingMetal Thoughts: So I’ve been a fan of Wednesday 13 and his slick brand of Horror Hard Rock with its occasional Metal/Punk edge and think that more people need to get their a$$es out and support his live performances. Sure I’ve seen him play to crowded rooms over the years but it’s usually the already converted to his dark cause and we always need new blood at these sorts of affairs. The “Condolences” album is a heavy one and his show always manages to pull out all the stops. If you like a garish front man who gets right up in your face with a devilish message, why wait until there is another Papa fronting Ghost? The Grooviest Ghoul of them all is waiting for your soul and if you don’t give it willingly, I’m sure he’ll send someone (or something) after it regardless. Let me know what you folks think of this one, and if you are one of the already faithful perhaps you can help me convince some newbies to get a little scare into their systems.
Official Website: https://officialwednesday13.com