2013 Rock Allegiance Tour line-up announced – Volbeat, HIM, All That Remains, and Airbourne

The line-up for this year’s Monster Energy Drink Rock Allegiance Tour has been announced, with Volbeat set to headline and HIMAll That Remains, and Airbourne rounding out the rest of the bill. Volbeat are currently on their North American Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies Tour, hitting a few major U.S. festivals including Rock On The Range and Carolina Rebellion. HIM are on their own headlining tour as well, while Airbourne is touring with The Darkness. All That Remains are hitting the global festival circuit hard, playing Rock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion, Rocklahoma, and Rock Fest in the U.S., Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium, Mair 1 Festival in Germany, and more. They will also be supporting Volbeat and Stone Sour on their individual headlining tours in-between festival appearances.

Just a few weeks ago, Volbeat released their fifth studio album, Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies.The record has taken the band to whole new level, giving them their first Top 10 debut on the Billboard Top 200 at #9. On April 30, HIM released their long-awaited new album, Tears On Tapevia Razor & Tie. It’s the band’s first new studio LP in three years. All That Remains are still touring off their 2012 effort, A War You Cannot Winwhich hit #13 on the Billboard Top 200. Airbourne are set to release their first new album in three years, Black Dog Barkingon May 21. The band’s first two albums both charted in the Billboard Top 200. – by Matt Bishop

Rock-Allegiance-Tour-2013

8/23     Maplewood, MN                                           The Myth
8/24     Twin Lakes, WI                                              WIIL Show @ Shadow Hill Ranch
8/25     Cincinnati, OH                                                US Bank Arena
8/26     Hamilton, ONT                                              Copps Coliseum
8/28     Detroit, MI                                                     Freedom Hill
8/29     Bloomington, IL                                              US Cellular Coliseum
8/30     Kansas City, MO                                           Midland Theatre
8/31     Tulsa, OK                                                       Convention Center Arena
9/03     Salt Lake City, UT                                         Maverick Centre
9/04     Las Vegas, NV                                                The Joint
9/06     Seattle, WA                                                     KISW Pain in the Grass @ The Gorge
9/08     Abbotsford, BC                                              Sports & Entertainment Arena
9/09     Calgary, AB                                                    Big 4
9/10     Edmonton, AB                                                Rexall Place
9/15     Sacramento, CA                                              Aftershock Festival  @ Discovery Park
9/16     Los Angeles, CA                                             Palladium
9/18     Dallas, TX                                                      Verizon Theatre @ Grand Prairie
9/19     Houston, TX                                                  Bayou Music Center
9/21     Biloxi, MS                                                       WCPR Fest @ Jones Park
9/22     Atlanta, GA                                                    Tabernacle
9/23     Greensboro, NC                                              Greensboro Coliseum
9/25     Sayreville, NJ                                                  Starland Ballroom
9/26     Philadelphia, PA                                             Skyline Stage @ The Mann
9/27     Lowell, MA                                                    Tsongas Arena
9/28     Brooklyn, NY                                                 Brooklyn Waterfront

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