Atreyu To Release New Deluxe Edition Of “In Our Wake” In August

Atreyu have announced that they will be releasing a new deluxe edition of their latest album “In Our Wake” on August 16. This version of the effort will come with a number of bonus tracks.

“In Our Wake” Track Listing:

01. “In Our Wake”
02. “House Of Gold”
03. “The Time Is Now”
04. “Nothing Will Ever Change”
05. “Blind Deaf & Dumb”
06. “Terrified”
07. “Safety Pin”
08. “Into the Open”
09. “Paper Castle”
10. “No Control”
11. “Anger Left Behind”
12. “Super Hero”
13. “In Our Wake” (Acoustic version)
14. “The Time Is Now” (Alternate version)
15. “Generation”
16. “Straight To Hell”
17. “So Others May Live”
18. “Stronger Than Me”
19. “When The Day Is Done”

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Atreyu Premiere “House Of Gold” Music Video

Atreyu have premiered a new video for their song “House Of Gold.“ This track is from the band’s latest album “In Our Wake.“

The group commented:

“‘House Of Gold‘ is a really important song on the album. This song is about finding pure love. For us that was through our children. It’s finding something or someone that truly gives you purpose.

For this video we didn’t want to take a literal approach and wanted to sort of just go off the rails. This is an extension of the video aesthetic we’ve dove into so far on this record but with a sort of comic book alternate reality twist.

The director, Monte Legaspi, really made this his own and created something truly unique.”

Atreyu’s Alex Varkatzas To Miss The Band’s European/UK Tour Due To Health Issues

Atreyu’s Alex Varkatzas will be missing the band’s European/UK tour after aggravating a damaged disc in his back and being diagnosed with a hernia. Despite this, the frontman plans to return to the stage in time for this year’s Rockstar Energy Drink Disrupt Festival.

Varkatzas said the following:

“There is no easy way to say this, but I am very sorry that I will not be able to join Atreyu on this upcoming European tour. At this point my body and mind need to heal in order for me to continue with all the things we have planned this year. I feel that I owe you all an explanation. It will be lengthy…

Just about 2 weeks before the Spring Invasion tour I severely aggravated a damaged disc in my back at L5-Sl, giving horrible muscle spasms and limiting my ability to walk, go to the bathroom, basically fucks everything. I was briefly hospitalized last year for this same thing and unable to walk for several days, followed by a week on a walker.

For someone like me, this is HELL. I hate asking for help, I despise my own weakness and I loathe missing my daily physical training. It makes me feel incomplete. For however silly that is, that’s how I feel, I cannot hide it. After this last injury before the Spring Invasion tour, my back never stopped aching. I would get random spasms and ache badly all day. I was unable to do anything physical. At this point I started to suffer some pains in the lower abdominal/manly region 🙀.

I went to my doctor and started tests that led to referrals. An MRI showed a bulging disc at L5-S1 that was a little worse than last year and revealed a surprise inguinal hernia. I was able to start physical therapy for my back right away but was unable to start on hernia. I was given an Oral steroid the day before I left for tour and started to barely feel ok after a few days (all the while babying my back). I was advised to take it easy or I would create further issues.

Atreyu has always been an emotional outlet for me. I want the shows to be intense and fun. Even holding myself back because of pain and injury, I still went too hard. In my opinion I was barely performing, some nights my muscle relaxers would slow me down. After the third week I was aching badly again. If you look carefully at videos and photos of last two shows I am wearing a special back brace during our set.

After flying home I’ve been in constant agony. I still can’t hold my little kids, I can’t hug my wife, I can’t do much of anything. Luckily I can still walk. I would be lying to you if I said it wasn’t taking its toll on me mentally as well. I have no outlet. I’m a capable independent person and this has wore on me in many ways.

It was very hard to accept and for me to tell the guys in the band that my doctors advised me to not make the trip and take care of my body.

My brothers in Atreyu will rock on without me on this run. It will be a very special, one of a kind experience with Brandon up front and Porter screaming! I have an upcoming epidural, therapy and a follow up appointment to discuss the impending possibility of hernia surgery, all before Disrupt Festival 👍

Thank you to my brothers in the band and the Atreyu management team for trying to help me feel at ease about this. I do not. I’m sorry I have failed to live up to our obligations. I’m sorry to our booking agent and management for jeopardizing all this. And a HUGE, I’m sorry to: Slam Dunk Fest, FortaRock, Rock Im Park, Rock Am Ring and the rest of the European show promoters.

We have been around a while and never had this happen. I’m terribly sorry and thank you for the faith in our band. And finally to anyone who was looking forward to see me perform with the band on this run. I know you are disappointed and all I can do is offer my sincerest apologies and fully explain the situation. Something I normally wouldn’t like to do. So there it is. I wish my brothers in Atreyu a safe and fun tour.

See you all on Disrupt!”

Atreyu Announce European/UK Tour

Atreyu have announced a spring European/UK tour. You can find the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

05/25 Leeds, UK – Slam Dunk
05/26 Hatfield, UK – Slam Dunk
05/29 Oslo, NOR – John Dee
05/30 Stockholm, SWE – Klubben
05/31 Copenhagen, DEN – Amager Bio
06/01 Nijmegen, NET – FortaRock
06/03 Hamburg, GER – Logo
06/04 Berlin, GER – Frannz
06/05 Brno, CZE – Fleda
06/06 Budapest, HUN – A38
06/08 Nuremburg, GER – Rock im Park
06/09 Nurbug, GER – Rock am Ring

Atreyu & Motionless In White Announce Co-Headlining Tour

Atreyu and Motionless In White have announced a spring co-headlining tour. Wilson will open.

Tour Dates:

04/13 Orlando, FL – Central Florida Fairgrounds (‘WJRR’s Earthday Birthday) (no Wilson)
04/14 Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall (no Motionless In White)
04/14 Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena (‘98rockfest‘) (Motionless In White only)
04/15 Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall
04/16 New Orleans, LA – House Of Blues
04/18 Corpus Christi, TX – Brewster Street Ice House
04/19 Odessa, TX – Dos Amigos
04/20 Lubbock, TX – Lonestar Pavilion & Event Center
04/22 Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
04/24 Ashwaubenon, WI – Green Bay Distillery
04/25 Fargo, ND – Sanctuary Events Center
04/26 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
04/27 Madison, WI – The Sylvee
04/29 Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
04/30 Wichita, KS – The Cotillion
05/02 Springfield, MO – The Complex (no Wilson)
05/03 Peoria, IL – The Monarch Music Hall (no Wilson)
05/05 Grand Rapids, M I – The Intersection
05/06 London, ON – London Music Hall
05/08 Lynchburg, VA – Phase 2 Dining & Entertainment
05/09 Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine
05/10 Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall (no Motionless In White)

Atreyu To Launch New Beer

Atreyu have teamed up with Noble Ale Works to create a new beer called “Atreyu Superhero DIPA With Orange Zest.” A can release party will be held at the Noble Ale Works Brewery in Anaheim, CA on December 16. Here’s a description of the beer:

“This beer is so badass it will leave all other brewery/band collabs In Our Wake. Led by Citra and El Dorado, this hazy DIPA gives soft notes of lychee, tropical fruit, and butterfly kisses, while bright California navel oranges keep the party going.”

Atreyu’s Alex Varkatzas: “We Invented Metalcore. That May Sound Cocky But I Don’t Care.”

During a recent interview with Rock Sound, Atreyu singer Alex Varkatzas made a pretty bold statement. He claimed his band actually “invented metalcore”

Varkatzas said the following

“You know I don’t know where we fit in any scene and I don’t think that any scene knows where we fit. I think that’s just part of us.

This is going to sound a little cocky but I’m a singer in a band. I don’t think we fit into any genre. I think we are hard to pin down. When we first started it was a little easier.

We were a metallic hardcore band with singing parts. There wasn’t any else like that when we were doing it. People get confused and say ‘you’re a metalcore band’, but we invented metalcore. That may sound cocky but I don’t care.

We pre-date Poison The Well and Killswitch Engage and all those bands. I’ve been doing this since I was literally 12 years old.

So throughout that I still don’t know where we fit, and I think our fans know that. This is the place to be you. This is our driving force and heartbeat. This is the place we go to express ourselves.

I think our fan base and the people who like our band are like that too. They like music and we play music.”