Yup, that’s right. Before they return to the road on their North American ‘Not In This Lifetime Tour’ (which hits MSG for two shows in October), rock behemoths Guns N’ Roses will perform a special and super intimate show at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, NYC on July 20.
The show is presented by SiriusXM, with tickets only available to SiriusXM subscribers, HERE. The event will also air on the band’s own upcoming SiriusXM station, launching on July 13.
Here’s complete info from GnR:
SiriusXM announced today that Guns N’ Roses will perform at Harlem’s world famous Apollo Theater for a special invitation-only concert for SiriusXM subscribers on Thursday, July 20. Howard Stern made the announcement today during his live SiriusXM show The Howard Stern Show.
The exclusive SiriusXM concert marks the first time that Guns N’ Roses will perform at the iconic venue. The special event, taking place before the next leg of the band’s North American “Not In This Lifetime” tour, will air live nationwide on SiriusXM’s Guns N’ Roses Radio. The concert will also air live on Howard Stern’s Howard 101 channel.
SiriusXM’s Guns N’ Roses Radio will feature music from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees entire iconic career, including the 1987 Appetite for Destruction album, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The SiriusXM channel will also include music by artists who have influenced Guns N’ Roses, live tracks and rarities.
Guns N’ Roses Radio will launch on Thursday, July 13, via satellite, and through the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com.
Nightrain members, stay tuned for info on how you can get to the Apollo!
Sounds like it’ll be a great night in NYC. Catch some fan-favorite tunes below.
Headbangers Issues and Volumes will be hooking up for a North American run in the fall labeled the “Headspace Tour.” The trek will feature additional acts to be announced at a later time.
Kicking off in late September and running through November, the lengthy trip invades New York for a pair of shows, specifically Albany at Upstate Concert Hall on October 4 [TIX go on sale 6/23] and Manhattan at PlayStation Theater on October 9 [TIX go on sale 6/23]. The tour’s full itinerary can be viewed below.
The tour is in support of Issues‘ latest studio LP on Rise Records, Headspace. Volumes are flooding cities in support of their just released album on Fearless Records, Different Animals. Stream songs from both acts after the jump.
California post-hardcore bunch Touché Amoré have announced their first major North American headlining tour in three years for this Fall with support coming from Single Mothers and Gouge Away.
The dates go down in September and October, with over 20 gigs confirmed, including two stops in New York: Manhattan at Bowery Ballroom on Oct. 3 [TIX go on sale 6/23] and Rochester at The Bug Jar on Oct. 4 [TIX go on sale 6/22]. For a complete list of upcoming gigs, scroll through below.
Touché Amoré are fresh off a run with Thursday, which hit NYC in late April (pics). The band are touring in support of their fourth studio album, Stage Four, which came out in 2016 through Epitaph (stream it, plus more after the dates).
Swedish black metal battlers Marduk will be joining forces with PA death metal evildoers Incantation and LA DM occultists Abysmal Dawn for a North American aggression this summer titled the “Frontschwein North America 2017 – Part 2.’
The incursion ignites mid-August on the west coast, hitting the east coast for a ritual in NYC at Gramercy Theatre on Aug. 29 [TIX on sale 6/23], before concluding up north in Canada in September. All confirmed dates can be found below.
If you recall, Marduk were forced to postpone their 2016 stateside headliner due to immigration issues. Tour support acts Rotting Christ, Carach Angren and Necronomicon powered through the trek without Marduk, playing Gramercy Theatre on Sept. 6 (check out pics).
Marduk are raiding America in support of their 2015 album on Century Media, Frontschwein. Incantation are trekking in support of their forthcoming LP on Relapse Records, Profane Nexus. Lastly, Abysmal Dawn continue to support their 2014 full-length (also on Relapse) titled Obsolescence.
Make Them Suffer, Enterprise Earth and Spite recently announced plans to team up for a North American summer tour.
The offensive takes action in New York City at The Marlin Room at Webster Hall on July 26 [TIX] and continues with a total of 26 gigs booked throughout September. Full tour dates can be viewed below.
Make Them Suffer are hitting the pavement in support of their new album Worlds Apart, which is slated to drop July 28 on Rise Records. Spite will also release a new album on July 28 titled Nothing Is Beautiful via Stay Sick Recordings. Fellow Spite label mates Enterprise Earth have a new CD out right now called Embodiment.
Danish gothic/black metal musician Amalie Bruun aka Myrkur has announced her first ever headlining show in America in the form of a concert in Brooklyn at Saint Vitus on August 17. Tickets to the exclusive east coast gathering are on sale now, HERE. Check out the BK gig poster below.
Myrkur is also scheduled to perform in Norway, Romania, Poland, Sweden and more this year. Get all confirmed dates after the break.
Myrkur‘s sophomore studio album, the follow-up to 2015′s M, titled Mareridt is set for release on September 15 via Relapse Records. Peep an album teaser, plus more at the end of this post.
PA hard rock outfit Crobot are currently in the process of booking headlining tour dates for this summer with support being provided by Atlanta rockers Royal Thunder.
A show in Brooklyn at Saint Vitus has been set for July 26 with tickets on sale now, HERE. Crobot will also play a sold-out show beside Volbeat at Starland Ballroom on July 17. Check out all confirmed dates (with more tba soon) after the fold.
Crobot are on the road in favor of their 2016 full-length album on Wind-up Records dubbed Welcome to Fat City (listen to it below). Royal Thunder‘s latest offering, a 2017 LP titled Wick, can be found via Spinefarm Records (stream that below as well).
California alt-metal act Otep are actively on the road on the second leg of their “The Resistance” tour, which invades over 30 U.S. cities through July. The campaign ripped through New York for shows in Manhattan, Long Island and Rochester, featuring support from The Convalescence and more in each market. Exclusive photos from the LI show can now be viewed in this post.
Otep are touring in support of their 2016 release on Napalm Records titled Generation Doom, which was produced by Howard Benson (Motörhead, Papa Roach, Halestorm) and features the singles “In Cold Blood” and “Zero” (stream both after the gallery). Check out all remaining Otep tour dates at this location.
Recently off the road from a U.S. tour (their first in six years), rock giants A Perfect Circle will return to the streets for a stateside trek this fall.
The journey kicks off at “Aftershock Festival” in Sacramento, CA in October and runs through December, while hitting New York along the way for the following stops: Brooklyn at the Tidal Theater at Barclays Center on November 2 [TIX go on sale 6/23], Albany at the Times Union Center on November 11 [TIX go on sale 6/23], and Syracuse at The OnCenter Arena on November 12 [TIX go on sale 6/23]. The outing also hits nearby Reading, PA, Uncasville, CT and Camden, NJ.
The Beta Machine (ft. members of A Perfect Circle) will open. All announced tour dates are posted below.
A Perfect Circle currently consist of singer Maynard James Keenan (Tool, Puscifer), guitarist/vocalist Billy Howerdel (Ashes Divide), guitarist James Iha (Tinted Windows, ex-Smashing Pumpkins), drummer Jeff Friedl (Puscifer, The Beta Machine) and bassist Matt McJunkins (Eagles of Death Metal, The Beta Machine).
APC are reportedly working on a new studio album, which would mark the follow-up to 2004′s Emotive (stream it, plus more, after the dates), though no word yet on a release date. Stay tuned for more info.