Volbeat and Hellyeah Announce Initial Dates of Live From Beyond Hell/Above Heaven Tour

Danish metal quartet Volbeat has announced initial confirmed dates for the band’s Live From Beyond Hell / Above Heaven Summer tour of North America.  Hellyeah has been selected as direct support, with Iced Earth also on the bill.

Hard rock supergroup HELLYEAH is back with their third album, Band of Brothers (July 17th; Eleven Seven Music).

The album was recorded in Dallas at drummer Vinnie Paul’s home studio, VP’s Upstairs Studio and sees the band returning to their collective metal roots with the influences and style of MudvaynePanteraDamageplan and Nothingface.  Machinima, the video entertainment network for video gamers, premiered their first single, ‘War In Me‘  with 100k views in the first week.  Get the song for free when you pre-order, ‘Band of Brothers

Appearances have been confirmed in:

  • 6/18     Toronto, ON                                       Kool Haus
  • 6/19     Detroit, MI                                         The Fillmore
  • 6/21     Boston, MA                                       House of Blues
  • 6/23     Clifton Park, NY                                 Northern Lights
  • 6/26     Saint Paul, MN                                   Myth
  • 6/27     Winnipeg, MB                                    Burton Cummins Theatre
  • 6/29     Weyburn SK                                       Crescent Point Place
  • 6/30     Gibbons, AB                                       Boonstock
  • 7/8       San Francisco, CA                              The Warfield
  • 7/10     Anaheim, CA                                     The Grove
  • 7/11     Tempe, AZ                                         Marquee Theatre
  • 7/12     Las Vegas, NV                                    House of Blues
  • 7/15     Colorado Springs, CO                         Colorado Springs City Auditorium

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