Suicidal Tendencies to Embark on 2017 U.S. Tour With Crowbar + Havok
Happy New Year! Hope you're prepared to rock, as there's one newly announced tour that requires your desire to throw down. Suicidal Tendencies will headline an early 2017 trek with support from Crowbar and Havok..
The tour launches Feb. 22 at the Observatory in Santa Ana, Calif. and continues through the southwestern U.S, snaking into the southeastern U.S. in early March before jumping back into the center of the country and wrapping March 10 in Denver, Colo. See all of the scheduled shows below. Crowbar posted about the tour dates on their social media, also revealing that they'll have some warm up shows to be announced soon before the run starts.
Suicidal Tendencies released their World Gone Mad album back in September. The disc featured the talents of former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo, making his debut with the group. Crowbar, meanwhile, will be touring in support of their October 2016 release The Serpent Only Lies. The disc features the moody title track as well as the sludgy "Falling While Rising."
As for Havok, the band's fourth studio album, Conformicide, will be arriving on March 10 via Century Media Records. The band will slot in dates for this run in between previously announced tours in North America in February and a European trek in April. See dates for the run below.
Suicidal Tendencies, Crowbar & Havok 2017 'World Gone Mad' Tour
2/22 -- Santa Ana, Calif. -- Observatory
2/23 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Observatory
2/24 -- Tucson, Ariz. -- Club X
2/25 -- Farmington, N.M. -- Top Deck
2/27 -- Dallas, Texas -- Gas Monkey
2/28 -- San Antonio, Texas -- Paper Tiger
3/1 -- Houston, Texas -- White Oak Music Hall
3/3 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Masquerade
3/4 -- Ft. Meyers, Fla. -- Harborside Events Center
3/5 -- Tampa, Fla. -- State Theatre
3/7 -- Memphis, Tenn. -- New Daisy Theatre
3/8 -- Lawrence, Kan. -- Granada
3/10 -- Denver, Colo. -- Summit Music Hall Complex
Suicidal Tendencies / Crowbar / Havok Tour
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