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Intronaut Announce North American Headlining Tour With The Ocean As Support

A day for tours? A day for tours. In our second announcement for drool-worthy tours, we are proud to bring you another bomb with Intronaut taking North America by storm with Germany’s The Ocean as support. A long and progressive tale ties the two bands, as they have collective ly played nearly 100 shows together . This tour should push them over that landmark when the bands make their way across North America hitting major cities in the US and Canada. Tour dates below! 03/15 Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy 03/16 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick 03/17 Mesa, AZ – Nile Underground 03/18 Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad 03/19 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theatre 03/20 Lawrence, KS – Aftershock 03/21 Ft Worth, TX – Tomcats 03/22 Austin, TX – Dirty Dog 03/23 Houston, TX – Walters 03/24 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade 03/25 Tampa, FL – Orpheum 03/26 Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall 03/27 Charlotte, NC – Rabbit Hole 03/28 Washington DC – Rock And Roll Hotel 03/29 New York, NY – Marlin Room at Webster Hall 03/30 Boston, MA – Middle East 03/31 Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz 04/01 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace 04/02 Detroit, MI – Loving Touch 04/03 Chicago, IL – Reggies Rock Club 04/04 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre 04/05 Winnipeg, MB – Goodwill 04/06 Regina, SK – Exchange 04/07 Edmonton, AB – Skylite 04/08 Calgary, AB – Dickens 04/09 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre 04/11 Seattle, WA – Crocodile 04/12 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre 04/13 San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of The Hill The Ocean will be playing songs from Pelagial , Transcendental , and Precambrian , while Intronaut will be playing The Direction of Last Things in its entirety, as well as some other tasty goodies. Don’t miss this tour. Do not.

Marilyn Manson Stage Collapse Due to Flu

Mary Ouellette, SheWillShootYou.com As reported earlier, Marilyn Manson collapsed and vomited onstage near the end of his set in Saskatoon, Canada, last night (Feb. 6). Now, comes word that Manson was suffering from the flu, according to TMZ . Apparently, the shock rocker was not feeling well all day, but still wanted to go on with the show. As seen in a YouTube clip, Manson collapsed in the middle of performing the set-closer ‘The Beautiful People.’ TMZ reports that Manson vomited onstage several times before taking a knee and eventually falling backward onto the stage, at which time members of his road crew came out to carry him backstage. Manson chose not to go a hospital, instead opting to rest up in his hotel room. He and his band are scheduled to perform next tomorrow night in Calgary. As of now, the show is still a go. Marilyn Manson’s North American tour with the Butcher Babies is scheduled through a Feb. 23 gig in Las Vegas. See the full list of dates here . See video of Manson collapsing onstage below: Marilyn Manson Collapses and Vomits Onstage [Contains Graphic Imagery] [button href=”http://loudwire.com/marilyn-manson-collapses-onstage-in-canada/” title=”Initial Report: Marilyn Manson Collapses Onstage in Canada” align=”center”]

Guns N’ Roses Offer First Look at 3D Concert Film + Announce Tour Dates in Australia

Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images As part of their 12-show ‘Appetite for Democracy’ residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. back in November, Guns N’ Roses recorded one of the shows for an upcoming 3D concert film. Fans can now get a taste of the upcoming release with a first look video preview featuring one of the band’s classic tunes, ‘Paradise City.’ The footage for the 3D film was recorded during the sold out Nov. 21 show in Vegas where the band clocked in with a set that spanned over three hours and more than thirty songs, leaving a lot to be considered for the 3D film. Although the film’s set list has not been fully disclosed just yet, the set list from that evening includes tracks from the band’s entire career, spanning from 1987’s ‘Appetite for Destruction’ through 2008’s ‘Chinese Democracy.’ Produced by Barry Summers, the ‘Appetite for Democracy’ 3D film is due out at some point in 2013 and will mark the band’s first live concert DVD release in over twenty years. Visit the Facebook page set up for the film for all the latest details here . In addition to releasing the 3D film in 2013, Guns N’ Roses is also gearing up to return to Australia in March for a handful of shows that include stops in Perth, Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, and Brisbane, check out the dates below. ZZ Top will be joining them for the trek down under. Watch the Guns N’ Roses ‘Appetite For Democracy’ 3D Concert Film Preview Guns N’ Roses Australia Tour Dates: 3/9 – Perth Arena – Perth, Australia 3/12 – All Phones Arena – Sydney, Australia 3/13 – Hunter Venues, Newcastle, Australia 3/16 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, Australia 3/20 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Brisbane, Australia [button href=”http://loudwire.com/guns-n-roses-bumblefoot-words-of-advice-twisted-into-axl-rose-attack/” title=”Guns N’ Roses’ Bumblefoot: Words of Advice Were Twisted Into Axl Rose Attack” align=”center”]

Every Time I Die, The Acacia Strain + More – 2013 Must-See Metal Concerts

Epitaph Who: Every Time I Die , The Acacia Strain , Vanna, Hundreth + No Bragging Rights What: North American Tour When: Feb. 6-March. 16, 2013 Why: While Every Time I Die continue to create fresh and spastic new material, the Acacia Strain keep pumping out highly celebrated core. Along with these two bands, the tour will offer support from Vanna, Hundreth and No Bragging Rights. Best of luck trying not to get kicked in the head if you dare to enter this pit. Tickets: Purchase Here [button href=”http://loudwire.com/coheed-cambria-between-the-buried-and-me-russian-circles-2013-must-see-metal-concerts” title=”Next 2013 Tour” align=”center”] ? ? Every Time I Die, The Acacia Strain, Vanna, Hundreth + No Bragging Rights Tour Dates: 2/06 – Chicago, Ill. @ Bottom Lounge 2/07 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Rave 2/08 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ Mill City Nights 2/09 – Lawrence, Kan. @ The Granada 2/10 – Denver, Colo. @ Summit Music Hall 2/12 – Boise, Idaho @ The Venue 2/13 – Seattle, Wash. @ El Corazon 2/14 – Portland, Ore. @ Branx 2/15 – Oakland, Calif. @ Oakland Metro Operahouse 2/16 – Pomona, Calif. @ The Glass House 2/17 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Roxy 2/18 – Mesa, Ariz. @ Nile Theater 2/19 – El Paso, Texas @ Tricky Falls 2/20 – Austin, Texas @ Red 7 2/22 – Houston, Texas @ Warehouse Live 2/23 – Metairie, La. @ The Cypress 2/24 – Atlanta, Ga. @ the Masquerade 2/25 – Tampa, Fla. @ The Orpheum 2/26 – Miami, Fla. @ Grand Central 2/27 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Firebird Live 2/28 – Charlotte, N.C. @ Amos’ Southend 3/01 – Washington, D.C. @ Rock N Roll Hotel 3/02 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Peabody’s 3/03 – Detroit, Mich. @ Magic Stick 3/05 – London, Ontario @ Rum Runners 3/06 – Toronto, Ontario @ The Opera House 3/07 – Ottawa, Ontario @ Ritual Nightclub 3/08 – Montreal, Quebec @ Club Soda 3/09 – Quebec City, Quebec @ L’Union Commerciale 3/10 – New Haven, Conn. @ Toad’s Place 3/11 – Albany, N.Y. @ Upstate Concert Hall 3/12 – Syracuse, N.Y. @ The Lost Horizon 3/13 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer 3/14 – New York, N.Y. @ Irving Plaza 3/15 – Boston, Mass. @ Royale 3/16 – Allentown, Pa. @ Crocodile Rock

Sevendust + Coal Chamber Team Up To Co-Headline 2013 U.S. Tour

ABC PR / Adrenaline PR Sevendust  are teaming up with the reunited  Coal Chamber  for a 2013 U.S. tour. The two bands will be supported directly by Lacuna Coil, with Candlelight Red and Stolen Babies splitting opening duties. Sevendust will be out in support of their upcoming album ‘Black Out the Sun,’ which features the new single ‘Decay.’ The band has added dates to a winter trek with Lacuna Coil that kicks off Feb. 2 in Winston Salem, N.C., and runs through March 27 in El Cajon, Calif. Candlelight Red will be along for that ride. Now it’s been revealed that Coal Chamber will jump aboard the trek starting March 28 in Tempe, Ariz., to link up with Sevendust, Lacuna Coil and Candlelight Red in Tempe, Ariz., for a month longtour which wraps up on April 28 in Dallas, Texas. Stolen Babies will take over Candlelight Red’s slot on April 14 in Toronto, Canada. “I’m stoked to be bringing Coal Chamber back to the United States,” remarks singerDez Fafara. “These shows are going to f—ing rule! The lineup is perfect! Hope to see you all there!” Check out the dates below: Sevendust’s Newly Announced Tour Dates (in addition to Winter tour): With Candlelight Red: 3/15 New Orleans, La. House Of Blues 3/16 Broussard, La. The Station With Lacuna Coil and Candlelight Red: 3/17 Abilene, Texas The Lucky Mule 3/19 Farmington, New Mexico Top Deck 3/21 Boise, Idaho Knitting Factory Concert House 3/22 Reno, Nev. Knitting Factory 3/23 Las Vegas, Nev. The Railhead @ Boulder Station Hotel & Casino 3/27 El Cajon, Calif. Sycuan Casino Sevendust, Coal Chamber and  Lacuna Coil (with Candlelight Red + Stolen Babies): 3/28 Tempe, Ariz. The Marquee 3/29 Los Angeles, Calif. Club Nokia 3/30 San Francisco, Calif. The Regency Ballroom 3/31 Sacramento, Calif. Ace Of Spades 4/2 Englewood, Colo. Gothic Theatre 4/3 Wichita, Kan. The Cotillion 4/4 Oklahoma City, Okla. Diamond Ballroom 4/5 Sauget, Ill. Pop’s 4/6 Milwaukee, Wis. The Rave II 4/8 Minneapolis, Minn. Mill City Nights 4/9 Joliet, Ill. Mojoes 4/11 Ft. Wayne, Ind. Piere’s 4/12 Detroit, Mich. Harpo’s 4/13 Toronto, Ontario Sound Academy 4/14 Hartford, Conn. Webster Theater 4/16 Worcester, Mass. The Palladium 4/17 New York, N.Y. Best Buy Theater 4/18 Philadelphia, Pa. Electric Factory 4/19 Hampton Beach, NH Hampton Beach Casino 4/20 Sayreville, N.J. Starland Ballroom 4/22 Baltimore, Md. Rams Head Live! 4/23 Charlotte, N.C. The Fillmore Charlotte 4/24 Atlanta, Ga. Tabernacle 4/26 Houston, Texas Warehouse Live 4/27 Corpus Christi, Texas Concrete Street Amphitheater 4/28 Dallas, Texas The Palladium Ballroom [button href=”http://www.billboard.com/features/sevendust-decay-exclusive-song-premiere-1008086012.story#/features/sevendust-decay-exclusive-song-premiere-1008086012.story” title=”Listen to Sevendust’s ‘Decay’ at Billboard.com” align=”center”]

Mad Season’s ‘Above’ To Be Reissued With New Material in April

Columbia Records The supergroup  Mad Season , which included vocalist Layne Staley ( Alice in Chains ), guitarist Mike McCready ( Pearl Jam ), bassist John Baker Saunders (The Walkabouts) and drummer/percussionist Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees), released just one album, 1995′s ‘Above.’ Now, a deluxe edition of that album will be released on April 2. The three-disc set includes the original album along with previously unreleased tracks from Mad Season’s unfinished second album with new lyrics and vocals from Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees). Lanegan had previously provided guest vocals and some lyrics on ‘Above.’ The second CD is audio from the band’s final show. The third disc is a DVD of the ‘Live at the Moore’ show along with another previously unreleased Seattle show and other bonus footage. In addition to the digital and physical releases, an expanded two album vinyl edition will be released on Record Store Day, April 20. After its release in 1995, ‘Above’ went gold (shipping 500,000 copies). Work was started on a follow-up, with McCready, Saunders and Martin recording the basic tracks for 15 new songs. Due to health issues, Staley wasn’t able to make the recording sessions and the album was eventually shelved as band members moved on to other projects. Saunders died in 1999, and Staley passed away in 2002. In 2012, McCready, Martin and ‘Above’s’ original producer Brett Eliason got together and revisited material from the second album’s sessions. Mark Lanegan wrote lyrics and sang three of those songs, including one co-written by Peter Buck (R.E.M.) Mad Season – ‘Above’ Deluxe Edition Track Listing: ‘Wake Up’ ‘X-Ray Mind’ ‘River of Deceit’ ‘I’m Above’ ‘Artificial Red’ ‘Lifeless Dead’ ‘I Don’t Know Anything’ ‘Long Gone Day’ ‘November Hotel’ ‘All Alone’ ‘Interlude’ (previously unreleased) ‘Locomotive’ (lyrics/vocals by Mark Lanegan) ‘Black Book Of Fear’ (lyrics/vocals by Mark Lanegan) ‘Slip Away’ (lyrics/vocals by Mark Lanegan) ‘I Don’t Wanna Be A Soldier’ (remix) CD 2 – ‘Live at The Moore’ Previously unreleased full audio set of ‘Live at The Moore’ performance from Seattle, April 29, 1995. DVD – ‘Live at The Moore’ + Bonus Footage [button href=”http://loudwire.com/mark-lanegan-to-contribute-vocals-to-upcoming-mad-season-album/” title=”Next: More on Lanegan’s Contribution to New Mad Season Material” align=”center”]

Every Time I Die Announce 2012 North American Tour With The Acacia Strain

Every Time I Die are in the midst of a tour with the Chariot, and have now announced they will be hitting the road again in February 2013 with the  Acacia Strain . Also on the bill with ETID and the Acacia Strain will be Vanna, Hundredth and No Bragging Rights. The tour kicks off Feb. 6 in Chicago and after winding across the country and into Canada, wraps up in Allentown, Pa., on March 6. Every Time I Die are touring in support of their latest album ‘Ex Lives,’ which was released in March. The Acacia Strain were recently in a van accident that caused them to drop off their co-headlining tour with Veil of Maya. Band and crew members suffered some injuries, but thankfully they were minor, and the band will be ready to get back on the road in 2013. “Canceling tour dates is something we hate doing but we will make it up to all of you,” said frontman Vincent Bennet. “We are all very grateful to be alive and will see you in the New Year.” Every Time I Die, The Chariot, Letlive and Kills & Thrills Tour Dates 12/4 — Nashville, Tenn. — Exit/In 12/5 — West Columbia, S.C. — New Brookland Tavern 12/6 — Richmond, Va. — Canal Club 12/7 — Poughkeepsie, N.Y. — The Loft 12/8 — Providence, R.I. — The Met 12/9 — Holyoke, Mass. — The Waterfront Tavern 12/11 — Baltimore, Md. — The Ottobar 12/12 — Pittsburgh, Pa. — Mr. Smalls 12/13 — Bloomington, Ill. — The Castle Theater 12/14 — St. Louis, Mo. — Firebird 12/15 — Omaha, Neb. — Sokol Underground 12/16 — Madison, Wis. — The Loft 12/17 — Palantine, Ill. — Durty Nellies 12/18 — Lansing, Mich. — The Loft 12/19 — Buffalo, N.Y. — Mohawk Place 12/20 — Buffalo, N.Y. — Mohawk Place Every Time I Die, The Acacia Strain, Vanna, Hundreth and No Bragging Rights Tour Dates 2/6 — Chicago, Ill. — Bottom Lounge 2/7 — Milwaukee, Wis. — The Rave 2/8 — Minneapolis, Minn. — Mill City Nights 2/9 — Lawrence, Kan. — The Granada 2/10 — Denver, Colo. — Summit Music Hall 2/12 — Boise, Idaho — The Venue 2/13 — Seattle, Wash. — El Corazón 2/14 — Portland, Ore. — Branx 2/15 — Oakland, Calif. — Oakland Metro Operahouse 2/16 — Pomona, Calif. — The Glass House 2/17 — Los Angeles, Calif. — The Roxy Theatre 2/18 — Mesa, Ariz. — Nile Theater 2/19 — El Paso, Texas — Tricky Falls 2/20 — Austin, Texas — Red 7 2/22 — Houston, Texas — Warehouse Live 2/23 — Metairie, La. — The Cypress 2/24 — Atlanta, Ga. — The Masquerade 2/25 —Tampa, Fla. — The Orpheum 2/26 — Miami, Fla. — Grand Central 2/27 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Freebird Live 2/28 — Charlotte, N.C. — Amos’ Southend 3/1 — Washington, D.C. — Rock N Roll Hotel 3/2 — Cleveland, Ohio — Peabodys 3/3 — Detroit, Mich. — Magic Stick 3/5 — London, Ontario Canada — Rum Runners 3/6 — Toronto, Ontario Canada — The Opera House 3/7 — Ottawa, Ontario Canada — Ritual Nightclub 3/8 — Montreal, Quebec Canada — Club Soda 3/9 — Quebec City, Quebec Canada — L’Union Commerciale 3/10 — New Haven, Ct. — Toad’s Place 3/11 — Albany, N.Y. — Upstate Concert Hall 3/12 — Syracuse, N.Y. — The Lost Horizon 3/13 — Philadelphia, Pa. — Union Transfer 3/14 — New York, N.Y. — Irving Plaza 3/15 — Boston, Mass. — Royale 3/16 — Allentown, Pa. — Crocodile Rock

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