Today Is The Day Announce “Temple Of The Morning Star” 20th Anniversary Tour

Today Is The Day recently released a 20th anniversary deluxe version of “Temple Of The Morning Star,” and now the band have revealed that they will be celebrating the anniversary with a North American tour as well. You can see the dates for that below. Kayo Dot will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

07/06 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus Bar
07/08 Baltimore, MD – The Depot
07/09 Trenton, NJ – Championship Bar
07/10 Norfolk, VA – Charlie’s American Cafe
07/11 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
07/12 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
07/13 Houston, TX – Walters
07/15 Dallas, TX – The Curtain Club
07/16 Austin, TX – The Lost Well
07/19 Phoenix, AZ – Joe’s Grotto
07/20 Upland, CA – Gideon’s Hall
07/21 San Francisco, CA – The DNA Lounge
07/22 Portland, OR – Tonic Lounge
07/23 Seattle, WA – Highline
07/25 Salt Lake City, UT – Club X
07/26 Denver, CO – The Marquis Theater
07/27 Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room
07/28 Chicago, IL – Reggies
07/29 Toronto, ON, Canada – Hard Luck
07/30 Montreal, QC, Canada – L’Esco

Sully Erna Says Godsmack Is “Not Making Any Promises” About Performing Debut Album In Full

Godsmack’s Sully Erna recently said the band may play their first album in full on a 2018 tour to celebrate its 20th anniversary, but now he has dialed back a bit on his comments. During an interview with Minneapolis 93X’s Lyndsy Marie he said the following about the possibility of performing the effort:

“We don’t know that yet. That’s been circulating because I opened my mouth a little bit soon, but as we get deeper into writing this new record that may change. So we’re not making any promises on that yet.”

The Juliana Theory Add More Dates To 20th Anniversary Tour

The Juliana Theory have added more dates to their 20th anniversary tour. You can find their updated schedule below.

Tour Dates:

07/29 Columbus, OH – Double Happiness
08/04 Nashville, TN – Exit/In
08/05 Dallas, TX – The Door
08/06 Houston, TX – House of Blues
08/11 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
08/12 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
08/13 Richmond, VA – The National
08/17 Boston, MA – Royale
08/18 Asbury Park, NJ – House Of Independents
08/19 New York, NY – Stage 48
08/20 Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero
08/24 Pittsburgh, PA – The Rex
08/25 Pittsburgh, PA – The Rex
08/26 Detroit, MI – The Majestic
08/27 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
09/06 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
09/07 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park
09/08 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda
09/09 Pomona, CA – The Glass House
09/10 San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom

Sevendust To Perform Self-Titled Album In Full On June U.S. Dates

Sevendust will be playing their self-titled debut album in full at some June U.S. shows to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Check out those dates below:

06/21 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
06/22 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
06/23 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
06/24 Long Island, NY – The Space at Westbury Theater
06/25 Worcester, MA – The Palladium

Godsmack May Play Their First Album In Full On A 2018 Tour

Godsmack’s Sully Erna was recently interviewed on “The Rod Ryan Show” and said the band may play their first album in full on a 2018 tour to celebrate its 20th anniversary. They are also planning to release a new album around that time as well.

Erna said the following about their “big world tour” [transcribed by Blabbermouth]:

“We’re gonna do a massive production. We’re gonna kind of base it around the theme of the first record. We’re even talking about coming out and doing the first record front to back to open the show — set up the staging a little bit more old school and stuff like that, and then kind of morph it into the back half of the set, which would be all the hits and the solo and some of the new stuff.”

He also added:

“I’m gonna be taking the rest of this whole year to kind of be working on production ideas, what the visuals are gonna be like, what the music’s gonna be like, but, obviously, it starts with the record. I have to write a really great record for us, and that’s the tough part.”

As far as the wait time between albums goes, he offered:

“We were going to drop a record this year — we didn’t want the records to be so spaced apart… But it kind of seems like a theme with us — it’s always three or four years before another record comes out. Part of that is because by the time it takes you to write and record and tour on an album, it’s eighteen months to two years. But this time, we wanted to do something this year, but we were just, like, ‘You know, let’s just wait another second,’ because if we release this at the top of 2018, it will be our twentieth-year anniversary of the first record, and we wanna do something special.”

The Juliana Theory Reunite For 20th Anniversary Tour

The Juliana Theory have announced that they have reunited to head out on a 20th anniversary tour. You can find a statement from the band along with the tour dates below.

Statement:

“Hello beautiful friends,

We are extremely excited to announce that The Juliana Theory is reuniting to hit the road for our 20th anniversary this summer. We never thought we would play together again, let alone tour, but the 5 of us are thrilled to make all new memories with you this summer!

The more that time has passed since we broke up, the more we’ve all realized that we cherish so many memories tied up in this band. We’ve remained close friends but the bond we share making music together is something that all 5 of us have missed.

No longer seeing your faces and hearing your voices in sing-a-longs out on the road has left a void. We’ve read all your tweets and Instagram posts and emails saying you miss us and you wanna know the truth? We miss you all just as much if not more. To know that our music still matters to people 20 years after we first got together in a tiny garage in a small town in western PA — wow, that’s genuinely humbling.

So now after all this time – to be able to share this connection and the memories tied into these songs with you is something the whole band feels beyond fortunate to be able to do again. Thank you for all the love these past 20 years and for missing us. We are happy to be back and WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU THIS SUMMER!

Love,
Brett, Chad, Josh, Chip, & Josh“

Tour Dates:

07/29 Columbus, OH – Double Happiness
08/04 Nashville, TN – Exit/In
08/05 Dallas, TX – The Door
08/06 Houston, TX – House of Blues
08/11 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
08/12 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
08/13 Richmond, VA – The National
08/17 Boston, MA – Royale
08/18 Asbury Park, NJ – House Of Independents
08/19 New York, NY – Stage 48
08/20 Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero
08/24 Pittsburgh, PA – The Rex
08/25 Pittsburgh, PA – The Rex

Apocalyptica Announce 2017 “Plays Metallica By Four Cellos“ North American Tour

Apocalyptica are still celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Plays Metallica By Four Cellos” and will be heading out on a North American tour. The band previously released a remastered version of the effort with three bonus tracks back on July 22, 2016.

Tour Dates:

09/05 — Atlanta, Ga. – Center Stage
09/06 — Orlando, Fla. – House of Blues
09/07 — Jacksonville, Fla. – Florida Theatre
09/08 — Charlotte, N.C. – McGlohon Theater at Spirt Square
09/09 — Washington, D.C. – Lincoln Theatre
09/11 — New York, N.Y. – Town Hall
09/12 — Boston, Mass. – Wilbur Theatre
09/13 — Montreal, Quebec – Theatre St. Denis
09/14 — Toronto, Ontario – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
09/15 — Grand Rapids, Mich. – 20 Monroe Live
09/16 — Chicago, Ill. – Park West
09/17 — Minneapolis, Minn. – Pantages Theatre
09/18 — St. Louis, Mo. – The Pageant
09/20 — Denver, Colo. – Paramount Theater
09/22 — Seattle, Wash. – The Moore Theatre
09/23 — Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore Ballroom
09/24 — Portland, Ore. – Crystal Ballroom
09/26 — Oakland, Calif. – The Fox Theatre
09/27 — Santa Cruz, Calif. – Rio Theatre
09/28 — Los Angeles, Calif. – The Mayan
09/29 — San Diego, Calif. – Copley Symphony Hall
10/01 — Las Vegas, Nev. – The Joint