Silverstein Announce February Virtual Concerts

Silverstein have announced a three-show streaming series, which they are calling “Out Of This World.” The performances will include a greatest hits set, a “Discovering The Waterfront” set, and an acoustic/unplugged set.

Here’s the dates:

February 6 – Greatest Hits Set
February 13 – “Discovering The Waterfront” full album performance
February 20 – Acoustic/Unplugged Set

Shane Told commented:

“After our ‘Next Level Livestream‘ we thought about how we could step up our game even more! ‘Out Of This World‘ will offer three different sets featuring our greatest hits, acoustic jams and ‘Discovering The Waterfront‘ in its entirety. But of course, it will be more than just music, more than just bangers… We have enlisted some of the best people in the country to help us pull this off, so expect the finest in production quality, video and sound. Fans will get to hear a variety of tunes spanning our entire career and a few songs we haven’t played live in a long time… or ever. Make sure you swing by our merch ‘table’ and pick something up too!”

Tickets can be found HERE. Some options will include an “Out Of This World” soundtrack from producer Mike Tompa.

Bad Religion To Celebrate 40th Anniversary With “Decades” Streaming Series

Bad Religion will be celebrating their 40th anniversary with a four-part streaming series titled “Decades.” Each set was filmed live at The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, California and they all focus on different decades.

Here’s the dates:

12/12: “Bad Religion: The ’80s”
12/19: “Bad Religion: The ’90s”
12/26: “Bad Religion: The ’00s”
01/02: “Bad Religion: The ’10s”

The following was said about each performance:

* The ’80s – Bad Religion performs songs from “How Could Hell Be Any Worse”, “Suffer” and “No Control”. They discuss what it was like being young punks in a world of Pacman, Reaganomics and televangelism.

* The ’90’s – Bad Religion performs songs from “Against The Grain”, “Generator”, “Recipe For Hate”, “Stranger Than Fiction”, “The Gray Race” and “No Substance”. This decade cemented their position as one of the most influential and prolific bands of our time, but it didn’t come easy or without cost; the band discusses the growing pains and lessons learned.

* The ’00s – Bad Religion performs songs from “The New America”, “The Process Of Belief”, “The Empire Strikes First” and “New Maps Of Hell”. Returning home and charging forward into a new millennium, Bad Religion continued to awe with their prowess, releasing some of their most beloved material to date.

* The ’10s – Bad Religion performs songs from “The Dissent Of Man”, “True North” and “Age Of Unreason”. The COVID-19 pandemic cut short their plans to tour in support of “The Age Of Unreason” and are now performing material never seen live before. The band discusses the gratitude they live with every day looking back on 40 years of being Bad Religion and the legacy they are still actively creating.”

Greg Graffin commented:

“I can speak for the whole band when I say that we were so disappointed to not be able to tour this year. It is our fans and all those concerts we play each year that provide the life-force of Bad Religion. ‘Decades’ allows new fans as well as those who were there at the beginning to get a rich overview of our entire career and witness the changes in songwriting and performance styles at each stage of our evolution.”

Tickets are available HERE.

Steel Panther Announce Two More Virtual Concerts

Steel Panther have announced two more virtual concerts. The first one, which is called “Gobblefest – Gobbling Isn’t Just For The Holidays Livestream,” will take place on December 5 and it will feature Bobby Blotzer (ex-Ratt) and other special guests. The group will also be debuting a reimagined version of “Fuck Everybody” titled “Fuck 2020.” The second one, which is called “Almost Live – Formal As Fuck New Year’s Eve Special,” will take place on December 31 and it will feature Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) and Chris Jericho (Fozzy). The group will also be replacing “Auld Lang Syne” with the aforementioned “Fuck 2020.” Tickets can be found HERE.

Avatar Announce Four-Part Livestream Concert Series

Avatar have announced a livestream concert series, which they are calling “Avatar Ages – An Impossible Concert Experience.” The series will feature four special shows focusing on different albums from the band’s catalog.

Here’s the dates:

01/09 – Age of Dreams (“Hunter Gatherer” from start to finish plus Avatar‘s biggest songs)
01/16 – Age of Illusions (“Feathers & Flesh” and “Avatar Country” fan voted set list)
01/23 – Age of Madness (“Black Waltz” and “Hail The Apocalypse fan voted set list)
01/30 – Age of Memories (“Thoughts Of No Tomorrow“, “Schlacht” and “Avatar” fan voted set list)

Frontman Johannes Eckerström commented:

“Nothing can top the feeling of standing eye to eye with the roaring beast that is a metal crowd, hungry for blood. Instead, what we are setting out to do is a series of shows we could never do on a normal stage. You will see Avatar as you’ve never seen us before. More music, more madness. We enter this with a game plan like no other, but ultimately the power is yours. This is something we’ll create together. We have missed you.”

Fans can purchase tickets HERE.

Atreyu Announce Two Livestream Concerts

Atreyu have announced two “Carry The Fire” livestream concerts. The first show will take place on November 20 and it will find the band playing a greatest hits set. The second show will take place on December 4 and it will find them performing “Lead Sails Paper Anchor” in full. Tickets can be found HERE.

The Devil Wears Prada Announce Two Livestream Concerts

The Devil Wears Prada will be playing two livestream concerts at B-24 Studios in Kansas City, MO. The first one will take place on November 13 and it will find the band performing “With Roots Above And Branches Below” in full. The second one will take place on November 20 and it will find them performing “Zombie” and “Space” in full. Both sets will also feature songs from their latest album “The Act.” Tickets can be found HERE.

Orange Goblin Announce 25th Anniversary Livestream Shows

Orange Goblin will be celebrating their 25th anniversary with some November livestream concerts. The performances will take place at The Dome in London, England on November 15-16 in front of a small audience.

The band commented:

“As you know we have been forced to postpone all the planned 25th Anniversary shows which we had scheduled for this year. However, we have decided to try something different so that we can mark the occasion and we are proud to announce – TWO LIVE SHOWS ARE HAPPENING!

We will perform two nights in London in November – you can watch these shows online OR attend in person (if you’re quick)

November 15th – ‘From Planet Ten….to the House of God’

A set that will concentrate solely on material from the bands early, Rise Above Records era

November 16th – ‘They Come Back….The Filthy & The Damned’

A set that will focus on songs from post-Rise Above years, right up to and including material from the latest album ‘The Wolf Bites Back’

How do you watch these shows?

Both shows will be streamed globally and for tickets go to: www.hotel-radio.com/landing/orange-goblin-xxv-anniversary

If you want to attend the shows in person there are VERY LIMITED physical tickets available via www.old-empire.co.uk

Frontman Ben Ward added:

“2020. The world has gone to shit and any plans we had to tour and celebrate our 25th Anniversary seemed to have gone with it. Until now!

Thanks to the fine folks at Hotel Radio and Old Empire we are very happy to announce these 2 very special live stream shows from The Dome in London on the 15th and 16th November!

Each night we will celebrate a different era of the band with songs drawn from each specific period to make sure both nights are truly unique. As well as being able to broadcast across the world, we are thrilled to be able to invite a select few people to be able to actually attend the shows thanks to the socially-distanced regulations at the venue.

There hasn’t been much for people to get excited about this year but we hope that this will give the Orange Goblin fans something to look forward to and we promise that there will also be other little treats both online and at the shows for those that get involved!”

Earthless Announce Two Livestream Concerts

Earthless have announced two virtual concerts. The shows will stream live from the Casbah in San Diego, CA on October 17 and 24.

The band commented:

“Hello all, while we’d prefer to be playing live in your hometown, we are gonna try to invade your living rooms in another format. We’re happy to return to the stage of the legendary Casbah in San Diego for two separate livestream shows in the coming weeks!

Both shows will feature music that has never been played live before aside from maybe one time many, many years ago in our beginnings as a band. Operation:MINDBLOW will be working his liquid light magic at both shows too. Details below, hope you can join us!

DATE: Saturday October 17, 2020
SET TIME: 7 pm Pacific / 10 pm Eastern / 11 am Japan (Oct 18) / 1 pm Melbourne (Oct 18)
LINK TO ATTEND: stageit.com/Earthless/89287

DATE: Saturday October 24, 2020
SET TIME: 2 pm Pacific / 5 pm Eastern / 10 pm UK / 11 pm Europe
LINK TO ATTEND: stageit.com/Earthless/89289

If you’ve never used StageIt before, just click on one of the show links then click “sign up” to set up your own StageIt account. After that, click the GET TICKET button. That’s where you can purchase credits which StageIt calls “Notes” (10 Notes = $1.00) to buy tickets for our show.

You can also use Notes to tip during the show if you feel like it. We will be giving out some pretty excellent prizes to the Top Tippers at each gig (details can be found on the show page).”

Obituary Announce Livestream Concert Series

Obituary have announced a livestream concert series. The band will be playing three virtual shows consisting of a full album performance of “Slowly We Rot,” a full album performance of “Cause Of Death,” and a rare classics/special tracks set.

Here’s the dates:

10/17 Tampa FL – ESI Streaming Studio (performing “Slowly We Rot”)
10/24 Tampa FL – ESI Streaming Studio (performing “Cause Of Death”)
11/07 Gibsonton, FL – Obituary’s Recording Studio (rare classics/special tracks set)

Obituary commented:

“𝐁𝐑𝐄𝐀𝐊𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒!!!!

The World Health Organization has announced an earth shattering advisory….they’ve tried to develop a vaccine…they’re employing any treatment they can think of….but upon repeated examination and the indisputable death toll it has been confirmed….THERE IS NO CURE FOR METAL!!!!! And with that in mind, we aim to deliver you from the pain within….the pain withOUT this intangible substance your soul survives to crave….and present you with a trifecta of infectious disease that is sure to please your senses…socially distanced, WE WILL ROT TOGETHER!!!!!!

Excited to announce the official OBITUARY live stream concert series beginning October 17th!!! Across three dates, we will first be streaming live from ESI Sound Stage in Tampa, performing Slowly We Rot and Cause of Death in their entirety. Afterwards, witness the band in their natural habitat, streaming-live from the Obituary recording studio playing all classics.

Tickets are on sale, including various bundles for all three concerts and exclusive merch at https://obituarylive.com.”

Lamb Of God To Perform New Self-Titled Album And “Ashes Of The Wake” In Full During Upcoming Livestream Concerts

Lamb Of God have announced two special virtual concerts. The first one will take place on September 18 and it will find the band performing their new self-titled album in full. The second one will take place on September 25 and it will find them performing “Ashes Of The Wake” in full. Both shows will stream live from Richmond, VA and they will also include fan-favorites and rarely performed tracks. Bleed From Within will open the first show with a stream of a new full-production set and Whitechapel will open the second show with a stream of a 2014 show from Knoxville, Tennessee. Tickets can be found HERE.