Attila Announce Fall U.S. Tour With Jynx & Dead Crown

Attila have announced a fall U.S. tour with Jynx and Dead Crown. The band will be touring in support of their new album “Closure,” which is set to be released on July 23.

Tour Dates:

09/27 Atlanta, GA – Buckhead
09/28 Birmingham, AL – Zydeco
09/30 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
10/01 New York, NY – Gramercy Theater
10/02 Reading, PA – Reverb
10/03 Albany, NY – Empire Underground
10/05 Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall
10/06 Pittsburgh, PA – Jergels
10/07 Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub Music Hall
10/08 Chicago, IL – WC Social Club
10/09 Dayton, OH – Oddbody’s
10/10 Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop
10/12 Pontiac, MI – Crofoot
10/13 Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theater
10/14 Milwaukee, WI – Miramar Theater
10/15 Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
10/16 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
10/18 Denver, CO – Oriental
10/20 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
10/21 Portland, OR – Bossanova Ballroom
10/22 Sacramento, CA – Goldfield Trading Post
10/23 Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
10/24 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey
10/25 Mesa, AZ – The Nile
10/26 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine
10/28 San Antonio, TX – Vibes Event Center
10/29 Austin, TX – Come and Take it Live
10/30 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
10/31 Houston, TX – Warehouse

Attila Announce Summer Dates

Attila have announced some summer U.S. shows. The band will be touring in support of their new album “Closure“ (out July 23). Here’s the dates:

08/26 Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
08/27 Pipestem, WV – Metal In The Mountains
08/28 Jacksonville, NC – Hooligans
09/10 Nashville, TN – Exit In
09/12 Mansfield, OH – Inkcarceration Fest

Attila’s Chris Fronzak On “Metalcore Manson” Controversy: “I’m Actually Referencing Charles Manson”

Attila’s latest single “Metalcore Manson” has been causing controversy due to its title and artwork, which seemingly refrenced Marilyn Manson, who is currently facing multiple abuse allegations. The choice obviously didn’t sit well with a number of people, especially since Attila frontman Chris Fronzak was accused of sexual misconduct and grooming, bassist Kalan Blehm was accused of sexual misconduct, and ex-drummer Bryan McClure was fired due to rape and sexual misconduct allegations. However, Fronzak has since responded to the controversy claiming that it was actually a reference to Charles Manson:

[via The PRP]

Attila Premiere “Metalcore Manson” Video

Attila have premiered a new video for their new song “Metalcore Manson.” This track is from the band’s new album “Closure,” which will be released on July 23. The single’s title and artwork seem to be a reference to Marilyn Manson, who is currently facing multiple abuse allegations. Its release also comes after Attila frontman Chris Fronzak was accused of sexual misconduct and grooming, after bassist Kalan Blehm was accused of sexual misconduct, and after ex-drummer Bryan McClure was fired due to rape and sexual misconduct allegations.

[via The PRP]

Attila Tease New Material In New Studio Clip

Attila have shared a tease of new material in a new studio clip. You can check that out below. Notably, the group also appear to have filmed a new music video:

[via The PRP]

Attila Sued By Security Guards Over Violent Altercation During 2018 Show In Las Vegas

Back in 2018, Attila ended up getting involved in a violent altercation with security during a show at the Hard Rock Live in Las Vegas, NV. Frontman Chris Fronzak previously claimed that the incident ignited after the guards started hurting the band’s fans. However, the venue said that they “believe security acted in an appropriate way.” Now, several years later, two of the security guards have filed a lawsuit against the group.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal shared a summary of the suit:

“The lawsuit, filed Wednesday in Clark County District Court, alleges that Fronzak and fellow band members Christopher Linck and Kalan Blehm were ‘lunging after, punching, attacking, kicking, throwing objects at, and/or striking’ guards Patrick Anderson and Russell Miner.

According to the lawsuit, the guards suffered injuries to their heads, necks, backs, shoulders, ‘all or some of which conditions may be permanent and disabling in nature.’

The suit alleges that Hard Rock officials failed to provide ‘safe premises’ for the guards.”

Fronzak has since responded as well:

“Y’all are clearly bored

The lawsuit will show the truth

Security guards were abusing our fans

I don’t stand for that”

[via The PRP]