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Spiner202
07-08-2014, 03:05 PM
Here are the dates for Artillery´s first USA/Canadian Tour!
Can´t wait! A few more dates will be added!

23-okt Brooklyn, New York Saint Vitus
24-okt Cambridge, Mass Middle East Club
25-okt Long Branch, New Jersey The Brighton Bar
26-okt Peterborough, New Hampshire La Mia Casa
27-okt OFF
28-okt Chicago, Illinois Reggie's
29-okt Indianapolis, Indiana The Headquarters
30-okt Lakewood, Ohio The Foundry
31-okt Columbus, Ohio The Alrosa Villa
01-nov Rochester, New York The Bug Jar
02-nov Trenton, New Jersey Championship Bar
03-nov Springfield, Virginia Empire
04-nov Hartford, Connecticut Webster Underground
05-nov Albany, New York Bogie's
06-nov Quebec City, Quebec Canada La Salle Multi
07-nov Toronto, Ontario, Canada Hard Luck
08-nov Ottawa, Ontario Canada Mavericks
09-nov Montreal, Quebec, Canada Le Petit Campus
10-nov OFF
11-nov Kingston, Canada Mansion
12-nov Detroit, Michigan The Token Lounge
13-nov Milwaukee, Wisconsin The Metal Grill
14-nov TBD TBD
15-nov Winnipeg, Canada Zoo Caberet
16-nov Calgary, Alberta, Canada Palomino's
17-nov Edmonton, Alberta, Canada The Pawn Shop
18-nov Vancouver, B.C. Canada Red Room
19-nov Seattle, Washington Studio Seven
20-nov Spokane, Washington The Hop
21-nov Victoria, B.C. Canada The V-Lounge
22-nov Portland, Oregon Tonic Lounge
23-nov San Francisco, CA The DNA Lounge
24-nov TBD TBD
25-nov Mesa, Arizona Club Red
26-nov Hollywood, California The Whiskey Theater

November 7th :party:

This tour routing makes no sense though. Going from Quebec City down to Toronto, then back up to Ottawa and Montreal, then back down to Kingson/Detroit.

mankvill
07-08-2014, 03:08 PM
A bit disappointed it's not coming here, but I really wasn't holding my breath.

MPF
07-08-2014, 03:12 PM
That November 14th date has Minnesota written all over it.

The Triple Rock better pick this shit up, pronto!

anomynous
07-08-2014, 03:22 PM
in b4 cancellation

mankvill
07-08-2014, 03:27 PM
in b4 cancellation

Seriously.

PVH5150
07-08-2014, 03:28 PM
A pizza place in the middle of New Hampshire.

.....O_o

christopher
07-08-2014, 03:53 PM
What is the Whiskey Theater??:tongue:

John The Drummer
07-08-2014, 04:06 PM
The Hop in Spokane? I love that venue, definitely, but seems a bit small for such a show! Thats rad though!

Nater
07-08-2014, 07:54 PM
I really have no idea where that place is in New Hampshire but if I can go dressed as a Ninja Turtle and pretend it's 1987 or something for a fucking minute and eat a pizza and mosh I'm ok with it

PVH5150
07-08-2014, 07:58 PM
I really have no idea where that place is in New Hampshire but if I can go dressed as a Ninja Turtle and pretend it's 1987 or something for a fucking minute and eat a pizza and mosh I'm ok with it

I had to look it up. It's sandwiched in between Jaffrey and Hillsboro. Route 202 & 101 intersection.

energymetal14
07-08-2014, 08:08 PM
NH show is so random, maybe 30-40 people will be at that

aerodynamics
07-09-2014, 08:47 AM
The Hop in Spokane? I love that venue, definitely, but seems a bit small for such a show! Thats rad though!

Given the likely attendance in Spokane for this show, it's probably about the right size (max capacity ~250). The Hop has become the go to place for smaller heavy metal tours in Spokane recently. Whoever is booking there really has their shit together. That stage is pretty small though. When I saw Diamond Head last year the five of them were sort of crowded up there. I can't imagine what it's like for, say, a six piece metalcore band.

Right now in Spokane the next size up for a metal show would have to be the Knitting Factory which holds 1,500. I'm seeing Flotsam & Jetsam next week at a venue (the Big Dipper) with capacity 200 or less. I'm just thankful when tours like these route through Spokane at all.

John The Drummer
07-09-2014, 02:44 PM
Given the likely attendance in Spokane for this show, it's probably about the right size (max capacity ~250). The Hop has become the go to place for smaller heavy metal tours in Spokane recently. Whoever is booking there really has their shit together. That stage is pretty small though. When I saw Diamond Head last year the five of them were sort of crowded up there. I can't imagine what it's like for, say, a six piece metalcore band.

Right now in Spokane the next size up for a metal show would have to be the Knitting Factory which holds 1,500. I'm seeing Flotsam & Jetsam next week at a venue (the Big Dipper) with capacity 200 or less. I'm just thankful when tours like these route through Spokane at all.

Oops, I was mainly referring to the stage size, as well. Was really shocked when I heard Dying Fetus (or was it Suffocation?) was playing there couple years back. Other then that, it is a super great venue. I really love the back room and upstairs area they have there.

Last time I played Spokane we played in a place called "The Center". Great size, great lighting, great sound, definitely needs some more bigger shows there. But last I heard they have a curfew there and don't book much of the metulz.

aerodynamics
07-09-2014, 03:03 PM
Oops, I was mainly referring to the stage size, as well. Was really shocked when I heard Dying Fetus (or was it Suffocation?) was playing there couple years back. Other then that, it is a super great venue. I really love the back room and upstairs area they have there.

Last time I played Spokane we played in a place called "The Center". Great size, great lighting, great sound, definitely needs some more bigger shows there. But last I heard they have a curfew there and don't book much of the metulz.

Unfortunately The Center lasted less than a year. It was a good mid-sized venue, but I think may have suffered from being way up on the north side of town rather than near the city center where all the viable clubs currently are. That, and it must be very difficult to stay in business in a city like Spokane where undersized turnouts for 'fringe' bands and tours are the norm.

Spiner202
07-12-2014, 03:18 PM
It sounds like either this tour or Artillery/Onslaught individually will be back next year as well. Someone asked about Texas, and they responded:

We are going to hit Texas in spring 2015 most likely. We cannot hit all the markets because of the band's South American tour.

Nater
07-15-2014, 04:26 PM
https://www.facebook.com/lamiacasanh/photos/pb.119510868182913.-2207520000.1405470272./419282258205771/?type=3&theater


This is a show of a band playing that pizza shop in NH. This show is gonna be awesome

ravenheart
07-16-2014, 01:17 AM
I'm seeing this tour (with Nightlord and One Machine, no Striker) on Sunday. Should be awesome.

PVH5150
08-15-2014, 03:30 PM
Ravage added to the show in Cambridge.

Rumor: Yianni might be leaving Black Mass to join Ravage full time. Not confirmed yet, but it's a possibility.

TehBr00tulz
08-15-2014, 03:44 PM
Ravage added to the show in Cambridge.

Rumor: Yianni might be leaving Black Mass to join Ravage full time. Not confirmed yet, but it's a possibility.

Really? That'd be quite the surprise!