Catch We Came As Romans, Billie Eilish and more on the road
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We Came As Romans announce U.S. tour in support of Darkbloom
Metalcore titans We Came As Romans will embark on a U.S. headlining tour next year in celebration of their anthemic sixth studio album, Darkbloom. The month-long tour kicks off Jan. 19 in Pittsburgh and features support from some of metal’s most exciting new acts Erra and Brand Of Sacrifice. "We’re stoked to announce we’ll be hitting the road again on the Darkbloom headliner! We’re being our pals in ERRA and Brand Of Sacrifice - get ready for a heavy show! We’re excited to be able to play a ton of new songs for our fans, we’re so grateful for your support over the last four years!" founding guitarist Joshua Moore shares. Tickets go on sale Oct. 21 at 10 a.m. local time here.
Billie Eilish is throwing a homecoming party for two nights in Los Angeles
Following the release of her No. 1 album Happier Than Ever and largely sold-out world tour in support of its release, Billie Eilish is set to return to her hometown of Los Angeles for two massive arena shows. On Dec. 15 and 16, Eilish will take the stage at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California for what is sure to be a high-energy and career-spanning set from the prolific singer-songwriter. Fans can register for presale tickets here, with a general on-sale date of Oct. 26 on Eilish’s official website.
Polyphia announce 2023 EU and U.K. tour in support of Remember That You Will Die
Instrumental progressive-rock quartet Polyphia will release their highly anticipated new album Remember That You Will Die Oct. 28 and are now set to take their impressive live performances to the EU and UK next year for a string of 15 shows in support of the record's release. The AP Fall 2022 cover stars will kick things off in Bristol, U.K. May. 9 before concluding the tour in Paris, France May 26. Tickets go on sale Oct. 21 here.
Inhaler announce 2023 world tour
Irish rock quartet Inhaler are set to embark on an expansive world tour in early 2023 in support of their upcoming sophomore release, Cuts & Bruises, out Feb. 17. Fans across the pond in the U.K. will thankfully not have to wait until 2023 to catch the band live, as they've just announced they will be playing two hometown shows in Dublin at Olympia Theater Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. In the new year, the band will first hit the U.K. for a string of headlining shows in February before hitting North America in March 2023 –– kicking things off in Austin, Texas March 6 all the way through early April. Additionally, the band will play several headline dates in Europe in late April and May 2023, with select shows opening for indie-rock royalty, and AP digital cover stars, Arctic Monkeys.
Bayside announce their 2023 "Just Like Home" tour
Following the recent release of The Red EP, longtime punk veterans Bayside will embark on a headlining tour in 2023. Joining the band for the string of shows are melodic hardcore mainstays I Am The Avalance and hardcore newcomers Koyo. The tour kicks off Feb. 10 in Houston before wrapping up in Jersey City, New Jersey March 12. Tickets are available here.