To reward the tens of thousands of volunteers who have put in time to help make the world a better place, the 2016 Global Citizen Festival put on a star-studded show in New York’s Central Park on Saturday (Sept. 24).
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The lineup, curated by Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, satisfied various genre tastes, tapping the likes of EDM act Major Lazer, heavy metal icons Metallica, rap prodigy Kendrick Lamar and headliner, pop phenom Rihanna. Martin also took the stage for a special duet with Peal Jam’s Eddie Vedder, who also delivered a passionate speech about the globe’s current state of affairs.
Big-name Hollywood stars also donated their time to the occasion including co-host, Quantico actress Priyanka Chopra, How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris, Chime For Change co-founder and actress Salma Hayek and a video appearance from First Lady of the United Michelle Obama. A diverse cast of change-makers who vowed to help bring about global goals including gender equality, peace and justice in strong governmental institutions, clean water and sanitation also took the stage for well-deserved recognition.
Relive the night through the festival’s musical highlights below.
With booty short-clad dancers in tow, festival opener Major Lazer — comprising Diplo, Walshy Fire and Jillionare — set the dance party off in the Great Lawn running through hits — both their own and not — including the standout “Lean On” alongside singer MØ. “Everybody wants to end world poverty, right?,” Fire asked the crowd at one point.
Ellie Goulding also joined the squad for a live rendition of the sensual joint “Powerful.” Jillionaire, who also performed at the Billboard Hot 100 Fest this past summer, offered “We’ve never done that live before. Thank you Ellie — that was beautiful.” Major Lazer then closed out the set with “Cold Water.”
“She’s not only cool for the summer. See what I did there?” joked Neil Patrick Harris, who intro’d the singer before she rocked the stage in a shimmery, diamond encrusted two-piece number and thigh high boots. Backed by a live band, the fiery pop star opened with her self-esteem booster “Confident.”
Nick Jonas’ summer tourmate rocked the stage solo, belting out the emotional numbers “For You” and “Stone Cold.” She then shifted her catalog to the Aretha Franklin 1967 classic “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” Lovato offered, “This next song is inspired for lifting up women even before I was born and it goes out to all the women all around the world.” Her finale was the summer jam “Cool For The Summer.”
With an introduction from Chopra, who also appeared on his recently released eighth album, Hard II Love, Usher took the Global Citizen stage, wearing a “Silence Is Consent” sweater for a live rendition of “Champions.” Alongside Panamanian singer-songwriter Ruben Blades and the Kenyan Boys Choir, the tandem brought the Hands of Stone soundtrack cut to life, as Usher urged the crowd to chant “Champions together.” According to Chopra, Usher also dipped after his set to close out Day 2 of the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.
The Kenyan Boys Choir also had the 60,000 attendees in Central Park on their feet with their energetic performance, which included the Selena Gomez number “Kill Em With Kindness.”
Following his first four shows in New York in 40 years this past week, folk music star Yusuf Islam (formerly known as Cat Stevens, who changed his name after converting to Islam) strummed his heart out for the 1971 Hot 100 hit “Wild World” and brought out his “good friend” Vedder of Peal Jam for the 1970 offering “Father and Son.”
“Hopefully these kind of movements will help us to be a bit more sensitive to others and whet it feels like to be humans and to share,” the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador said during his set, “because this world is big enough to share and for it to go round.” He then wrapped his performance with the timely 1971 song “Peace Train.”
Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar Yandel then hit the stage with with backup dancers and a medley of hip-shakers including 2015’s “Encantadora” and the 2005 Wisin y Yandel jams “Rakata” and “Mirala Bien.” Latina songstress Becky G then joined Yandel for the uniting anthem “Somos Unos (We Are One).”
The iconic rock band performed the most electrifying set at Global Citizen Fest with live performances of their 30-year-old classic “Master of Puppets.” With white crosses in a graveyard, haunting images of soldier silhouettes that turned into menacing skeletons with weapons as their backdrop imagery, Metallica shook the park with riveting versions of 1984’s “For Whom The Bell Tolls,” 1989’s “One,” and 1991’s “Enter Sandman.” Frontman James Hetfield then offered, “Metallica is grateful to be a part of the solution not the problem. This song goes out to those people who are like-minded and whose good intentions hopefully meet their intended destinies,” before launching into “Nothing Else Matters.”
Even Priyanka Chopra was mindblown after the performance, joking afterwards, “Marry me!”
The singer slowed down the tempo and returned to light up the stage with a candlelit set that included an accompanying pianist and romantic renditions of “Burn” and the Fifty Shades of Grey standout “Love Me Like You Do.” Following a segment spotlighting the mission madewithcode.com that urges girls to use their love of science and technology to change the world, Goulding also performed the uplifting number “Anything Could Happen.”
A George Clinton quotable flashed across the screen before Lamar’s set that read, “Look both ways before you cross my mind.” Compton’s resident good kid became an instant Global Citizen Fest MVP with a catalog-spanning performance that catered to his “day ones” and united the crowd.
Beginning with “untitled 07” off his Billboard 200 chart-topper Untitled Unmastered, Lamar helped fans levitate off the Central Park grounds as he delivered high notes off his other No. 1 albums, 2015’s gripping set To Pimp a Butterfly and his 2012 major label debut, Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, like “Backseat Freestyle,” “Swimming Pools (Drank),” “untitled 02,” “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” “Money Trees” and “i.” He also gave his Top Dawg Entertainment cohorts love by performing his verses off ScHoolboy Q hits “Collard Greens” and “tHat Part.”
To note, Lamar shied away from cursing, omitting N-words and B-words where applicable and used the Jumbotron for striking images, including a clip of former president George W. Bush tripping before his performance of “m.A.A.d. City” and a montage of Black icons like Muhammad Ali, Don King, James Brown and black children during his performance of “King Kunta.”
However, after performing the grand finale “Alright,” Lamar’s exit music was the poignant line from “Wesley’s Theory” that echoed “Every n—a is a star.”
Chris Martin and Eddie Vedder
Festival curator Chris Martin joined Pearl Jam’s Vedder for a special duet that marked one of the night’s standout performances. “We’re Rihanna’s warm-up act,” Martin joked before adding, “This is Eddie and he’s a wannabe singer.”
The pair — with Martin on piano and Vedder on guitar — then launched into an uplifting cover of Crowded House’s 1987 gem “Don’t Dream It’s Over.” They were also in perfect harmony for their rendition of Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy ballad “Nothingman.” Martin then switched his instrument to the guitar as he and Vedder brought new energy to Patti Smith’s 1988 anthem “People Have the Power.”
Before singing the Smith number, Vedder delivered an impassioned speech thanking the singer and what her dream stands for today, “I want to thank Patti for having the dream, for documenting the dream, for sharing the dream.” He continued, “It’s a dream that we forget or it’s hard to hang on to or it’s certainly hard to imagine that it could come true but Patti, I wanna tell you if you’re watching, the dream is alive here in Central Park on a Saturday night.”
Vedder also called out racism, homophobia and other acts of bigotry as “antiquated ideals” and asked for unity and continued activism. “Stay active, stay energized, use your voice, use your votes and together, we can use our power for good,” he said.
After a solo warm-up performance from Martin, who covered Prince’s “Raspberry Beret” and remixed the second verse to ponder Rih’s delayed performance with a video throwback to Alicia Keys’ 2013 Global Citizen Festival performance of “New Day,” the night’s headliner hit the stage for an abridged version of her Anti world tour.
Rocking red glasses, red hoop earrings and a black and white, pin-striped corset-romper piece, the bad gal worked the stage with her biggest hits across pop and R&B including “Stay,” “Cake,” “Pour It Up” and “Numb.” While Lamar was privy to the curse words, Rihanna was unfiltered and kept every song and curse word in tact, especially for the moolah-loving number “Bitch Better Have My Money.” She mean-mugged and strutted across the stage, delivering her hype-inducing collaboration like T.I.’s “Live Your Life,” Jay Z’s “Run This Town” and Kanye West’s “All of the Lights.”
Riri then transitioned into the dance portion of her set list (“my favorite part of the show,” she said) and boldly told the crowd, “I don’t wanna see you on your cell phones unless you taking pictures of me.” The bad gal then performed “Take Care” and “Where Have You Been,” which was intertwined with the Calvin Harris and Disciples smash “How Deep Is Your Love.” Glittery bodysuit-clad dancers whipped across the stage as contortionist experts awed and wowed with their moves alongside Rihanna.
The new Global Partnership for Education ambassador then performed more Anti material like “Needed Me and the Tame Impala-referencing “Same Ol’ Mistakes,” as well as the shimmery hit “Diamonds” before wrapping with “Love on the Brain” and “FourFiveSeconds.” The woman of the night didn’t exit the stage without acknowledging the global citizens for their hard work, saying, “I ain’t gonna get sentimental and shit but y’all killin’ it right now.”
Ahead of amFar’s new The Time is Now covers album, the AIDS research foundation has unveiled another song from the set — Scarlett Johansson’s band Sugar for Sugar giving a stirring rendition of New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle.”
Johansson is joined by musicians Julia Haltigan, Holly Miranda and Kendra Morris in Sugar for Sugar, with the cover marking their first official release.
Along with Sugar for Sugar, the foundation has accumulated some popular artists of today to lend their vocals to the cause. Other acts like Phantogram, Metric, DNCE and Marian Hill also contributed to the album available Oct. 7. The 14-track collection is said to further the relationship between amfAR and musicians.
“The Time Is Now is a great example of our longstanding relationship with the music industry, and we are deeply grateful to the artists who graciously donated their time and talents to the making of this album,” said amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost in a statement. “With continued support for HIV research, and we are confident that we will ultimately find a cure for the millions of people living with HIV/AIDS today.”
“Bizarre Love Triangle” follows the release of Aloe Blacc’s rendition of “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson.
Not everyone was able to make it to Minneapolis for the first rock show ever held at the new US Bank Stadium on Aug. 20, but even if you were, Metallica are giving fans a look at the show you might not have even gotten if you were there. They’ve posted an “all angle” video of their performance of “Sad But True” from the show that includes so much more than just the stage show.
The cameras allow the viewers the chance to see some of the many fans that came to watch Metallica play, get a look at the pyro pre-show preparation, get a glimpse at the fan meet-and-greet and watch the expressions of fans in the upper reaches of the U.S. Bank Arena as the film crew gets their stories and presents them with passes to move closer to the stage.
As for the performance, you get high quality video of the band onstage delivering the heaviness of the song while audience members show their enthusiasm for the track. And be sure to stay tuned for the fireworks going off at the end.
During the show, you see James Hetfield giving a shout out to support acts Avenged Sevenfold and Volbeat and dedicating “Sad But True” to them, while being overwhelmed by the support as the band finished out the track. Watch it all play out in the video above.
Dave Grohl’s mother will soon release From Cradle to Stage, a collection of memoirs from the mothers of music’s biggest names.
From Cradle to Stage: Stories From the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars is a work from Virginia Hanlon Grohl, who never expected her son to become a musician, let alone one of rock’s most iconic players. Along with her perspective of raising a future legend, Mrs. Grohl sought out a ton of mothers of equally monumental artists.
While putting together From Cradle to Stage, Virginia interviewed women such as Verna Griffin, Dr. Dre’s mother; Marianne Stipe, Michael Stipe of R.E.M.’s mother; Janis Winehouse, Amy Winehouse’s mother; Patsy Noah, Adam Levine’s mother; Donna Haim, mother of the Haim sisters and Hester Diamond, Mike D of the Beastie Boys‘ mother.
In the book, Virginia finds answers to questions like, “Were they as surprised as she was about their children’s fame? Did they worry about their children’s livelihood and wellbeing in an industry fraught with drugs and other dangers? Did they encourage their children’s passions despite the odds against success, or attempt to dissuade them from their grandiose dreams? Do they remind their kids to pack a warm coat when they go on tour?”
Dave Grohl provides a foreword to his mother’s book, which promises a slew of exclusive family photographs for fans to gaze upon. From Cradle to Stage will be released April 25, 2017, just in time for Mother’s Day. To pre-order the book
There has been a lot of change since Green Day recorded their trilogy of albums in 2012, but the most public of those changes came in the fall of 2012 when Billie Joe Armstrong went on an onstage tirade at the iHeart Radio Festival. That public meltdown brought to a head a bigger issue that was Armstrong’s substance abuse and despite the band getting ready for a major promotional push of touring, they put everything on hold while the singer went to rehab. Now, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Armstrong and those closest to him revisit that incident and the decision to enter rehab.
For those who don’t recall, Armstrong became visibly upset when a clock in the audience visible from the stage clicked down the time remaining for their stage set. The vocalist went on a rant, stating, “I’ve been around since f–king 1988, and you’re gonna give me one f–king minute? You gotta be kidding me! I’m not f–king Justin Bieber, you motherf–kers. You gotta be f–king joking” as his time ticked away. Armstrong smashed his guitar, while Mike Dirnt also wrecked his bass before the band walked off. In retrospect, they now say they probably shouldn’t have been part of the pop-leaning festival.
“Once a punk, always a punk is really what it comes to,” says the singer. “Sometimes you feel like that dirthead kid who for some reason is running for homecoming king. But we have to blame ourselves for putting ourselves in that situation. We have the ability to say no.” The vocalist also stated of the rant, “Honestly, dude, I can remember a word that came out of my mouth.”
Dirnt adds that while he agreed with Armstrong’s rant, he wasn’t cool with what led up to it. “What I couldn’t agree with was seeing the degradation of my friend,” says Dirnt. “The f–king path had gone too far. And he didn’t even see it yet. It was, ‘We’re done. Recognize it. I can’t think about playing with you right now. You got to get right.’”
During the stint in rehab, Dirnt wrote him a letter stating, “If we make it through this and we get back together, we’re either going to be stronger than ever or we’re going to not be doing this.”
American Idiot Broadway director Michael Mayer told Rolling Stone that Armstrong was “the most functioning addict I’ve ever seen in my life,” adding, “It seemed to go in phases as opposed to being a constant thing. It was not like he was drunk or on on drugs all the time. But he’d go into these meltdowns occasionally, and it became harder for him to recover.”
Armstrong says that while he appeared high functioning on the outside, that wasn’t the reality of his life. “The other part of my life was falling apart slowly. My foundation was cracked,” says Armstrong. “Honestly, I don’t know if I would be around [if I hadn’t gone to rehab].” But coming out on the other side of rehab, the vocalist is enjoying his time with the band and watching his own kids get involved in music as well. “I want to be an empty-nester. I want to watch my kids go through their experiences. I don’t want them to have to deal with that kind of darkness ever in their lives.”
The singer and his band are set to return this fall. Revolution Radio is on the books for an Oct. 7 street date, and they just announced their first tour dates for the run
It was recently revealed that Amy Lee was putting together a children’s album called Dream Too Much and now there’s an eye-catching animated video for the title track.
In the clip seen above, you can see a number of the animals and objects mentioned in the song come to life via origami and construction paper created creatures. Watch the often kaleidoscopic clip all unfold in the video posted above.
Lee made the album a family affair, welcoming her father, her uncle, her siblings and even her two-year-old son Jack to make guest appearances on the disc. The music consists of seven original songs and five popular covers and was produced by Will Hunt.
“This album is very personal to me. My husband and I had our first baby in 2014 and he has been the center of the inspiration for this children’s album,” said Lee in a statement. “Every song on this album has a story – whether it’s an original for our son based on his favorite things or a song my dad used to sing to me when I was a little girl. I can’t begin to tell you how fulfilling this project has been.”
Look for Amy Lee’s Dream Too Much album being released via Amazon Music on Sept. 30. You can currently pre-order the disc at this location. Meanwhile, Lee will return to the road with Evanescence in late October, playing U.S. shows in the lead-up to Thanksgiving
Morello has had a busy year between starting up Prophets of Rage and making guest appearances onstage with various acts throughout 2016. On Aug. 25, the guitarist joined legendary rock artist Bruce Springsteen, performing three songs at The Boss’ record-breaking concert.
The MetLife stadium show in N.J. saw Springsteen break his own record for his longest U.S. show, which he had set just two days prior in the same stadium. Performing 33 songs over the course of four hours on the dot, The Boss invited Morello to play “Death to My Hometown,” “American Skin (41 Shots)” and “The Ghost of Tom Joad” (video above).
Morello and Springsteen’s relationship dates back to 2008 when the Rage Against the Machine guitarist made a pair of guest appearances with the E Street Band. More on and off appearances ensued over the years (including a stint as a touring member of the group in 2013) and Morello played on two songs off Springsteen’s 2012 record, Wrecking Ball, and eight songs off 2014’s High Hopes. Morello even traded lines with The Boss on a re-recording of “The Ghost of Tom Joad,” much like in the MetLife rendition. Rage Against the Machine also covered the track on their Renegades album.
Prophets of Rage, Morello’s new full time outfit with his Rage Against the Machine bandmates Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk along with Public Enemy’s Chuck D. and DJ Lord as well as Cypress Hill’s B-Real. Their debut EP, The Party’s Over was released yesterday (Aug. 26)
Earlier in the month, My Chemical Romance posted a teaser trailer, only revealing “9/23/16″ which incidentally got fans’ hopes up that a reunion tour would be taking place. The band later commented that no reunion would be happening and that a 10th anniversary edition of their landmark album, The Black Parade, would be getting a commemorative re-release. Now, the details behind the new edition have been revealed.
The release will arrive under the title The Black Parade / Living With Ghosts exactly one month ahead of the official 10th anniversary of the platinum-selling record. In addition to the original studio disc, the release will contain 11 tracks of bonus content featuring unreleased demos, rarities and songs from the album’s recording sessions. The re-issue will come with two format options: a CD bundle or a three LP vinyl set, both of which will be packaged with an exclusive My Chemical Romance flag.
Out on Sept. 23, fans can pre-order their copy here and will receive an instant digital download of the bonus track “The Five of Us Are Dying” (rough mix), which later became the hit song “Welcome to the Black Parade.”
After recording four studio albums, My Chemical Romance announced their breakup on March 22, 2013, despite initially having plans to write and record a fifth album. Both The Black Parade and its predecessor, Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, have been certified platinum by the RIAA.
My Chemical Romance, The Black Parade 10th Anniversary Re-Issue Bonus Tracks
01. “The Five of Us Are Dying (rough mix)
02. “Kill All Your Friends (live demo)
03. “Party At The End Of The World (live demo)
04. “Mama (live demo)
05. “My Way Home Is Through You (live demo)
06. “Not That Kind Of Girl (live demo)
07. “House of Wolves, Version 1 (live demo)
08. “House of Wolves, Version 2 (live demo)
09. “Emily (rough mix)
10. “Disenchanted (live demo)
11. “All The Angels (live demo)
Iron Maiden kicked off the world tour in support of last year’s standout effort, The Book of Souls, on Feb. 24 and after making more than 70 stops in over 35 countries, Eddie and the Boys have special plans for the final night of the trek. The Brits will be presenting a live stream of their headlining performance at this year’s Wacken Open Air festival in Germany.
With the band set to hit the stage at 9:30PM CET on Aug. 4, fans can catch the entire show on Livestream courtesy of ARTE Concert. The stream can be viewed through both ARTE and Wacken‘s dedicated sites. On this run, Maiden have been playing new material off The Book of Souls as well as the classics with some surprises in store in the setlist and onstage.
Commenting on the opportunity, longtime manager Rod Smallwood said, “We decided to finish the tour at Wacken as it is the ideal way to end this magical tour playing to 80,000 core metal fans at this legendary metal festival. Wacken has become such as international event with many thousands of fans from many other countries around the world joining and celebrating with the German fans, so it is perfect for the final show of a memorable tour. Everywhere we’ve played the fans have been amazing and the reaction to the new songs and stage show has been phenomenal. The band has loved every minute onstage.”
“So when Wacken and ARTE asked us to consider a live stream of our performance there, we jumped at the chance to give our fans an end of tour gift,” he continued, adding, “Streaming this final show live globally allows us to thank the many fans we played to so far, and, for those who couldn’t get to see us this time round, a chance to see just how spectacular the live concert is and what they missed!”
Wolfgang Bergmann of ARTE said, “The festival summer by ARTE concert is heading for an exceptional highlight, showing a live stream of British legends Iron Maiden performing their final show of an incredible tour at the Wacken Open Air. An audience of millions, in Europe and for the first time worldwide, know by now that ARTE is taking the festivals to anywhere you are.”
This tour saw Iron Maiden venture out with their upgraded Ed Force One, a Boeing 747-400 jumbo jet that hauled all the equipment, crew and band around the globe. The aircraft took on some damage during a ground accident where two engines were badly damaged. The incident caused no delays in the tour and was up and running just over one week later.
We’ve got incredible news to share with you all! Max & Iggor Cavalera will be embarking on a North American tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sepultura’s Roots album. Throughout the entire string of dates, the brothers will be performing Roots in its entirety!
Sepultura’s Roots marked a dynamic shift in the Brazilian thrash band’s career as the musicians took inspiration from the native music of their home country. The experiment paid off, with Roots selling over 2 million albums worldwide and remaining a major point of celebration in thrash’s rich history. Neither Max nor Iggor is in Sepultura anymore, but they are the founding members of the legendary band.
“Metalheads! It’s time,” declares Max Cavalera. “20 years ago, we released the Roots album and changed the face of metal forever. Now, we’re returning to ‘the roots’ to show everybody the magic and inspiration of the Roots live experience! You cannot miss this RETURN TO ROOTS 2016!”
Iggor Cavalera adds, “I am very proud to play Roots again, to reaffirm that after 20 years, it still moves people! We hit the stage again with Roots to destroy everywhere we pass by!” Max and Iggor will perform their set with their Cavalera Conspiracy brothers, guitarist Marc Rizzo and bassist Johny Chow.
The tour will feature direct support from The Black Dahlia Murder, Combichrist, Allegaeon, All Hail the Yeti and Oni. Fans who attend the shows will be able to purchase special meet and greet passes from Max & Iggor’s merch booth. The brothers will take photos with fans who grab meet and greet passes and sign copies of the Roots CD, cassette or vinyl.
Tickets for most markets are on sale beginning at 10am ET today (July 29) and can be purchased via each individual venue. Visit your local Return to Roots tour venue’s website for more information or visit the tour’s official website for updated ticket links as they become available.
Max & Iggor Cavalera Return to Roots Tour Dates:
9/12/2016 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ LVCS w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/13/2016 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sunshine Theater w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/15/2016 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Exit / In w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/16/2016 – Louisville, Ky. @ Diamond Concert Hall w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/17/2016 – Rochester, N.Y. @ Montage Music Hall w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/18/2016 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Rock Allegiance Festival (line-up)
9/19/2016 – Knoxville, Tenn. @ The Concourse w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/20/2016 – Athens, Ga. @ Georgia Theater w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/22/2016 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom w/ Combichrist, Allegaeon
9/23/2016 – Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey w/ Support TBA
9/24/2016 – Houston, Texas @ Houston Open Air Festival
9/25/2016 – New Orleans, La. @ Southport Music Hall w/ All Hail The Yeti
9/30/2016 – Jacksonville, N.C. @ Hooligans w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/1/2016 – St Petersburg, Fla. @ State Theater w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/2/2016 – Ft Lauderdale, Fla. @ Culture Room w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/6/2016 – Chicago, Ill. @ Reggie’s w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/7/2016 – Detroit, Mich. @ Harpos w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/8/2016 – Dayton, Ohio @ Oddbodys w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/9/2016 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Rex Theater w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/10/2016 – Ottawa, Ontario @ Mavericks w/ The Black Dahlia Murder, Allegaeon, Oni
10/11/2016 – Toronto, Ontario @ Opera House w/ The Black Dahlia Murder, Allegaeon, Oni
10/12/2016 – Montreal, Quebec @ Les Foufounes Electriques w/ The Black Dahlia Murder, Allegaeon, Oni
10/14/2016 – Quebec City, Quebec @ Imperial Theatre w/ Allegaeon, Oni
10/15/2016 – Worcester, Mass. @ Rock N Shock Festival w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/16/2016 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Agora Ballroom w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/17/2016 – Sauget, Ill. @ Pop’s w/ Combichrist, All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/20/2016 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Regent w/ All Hail The Yeti, Oni
10/21/2016 – Tempe, Ariz. @ Club Red / D-Low FEST w/ Soulfly, Incite, Lody Kong, Oni
10/23/2016 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Aftershock Festival