News Tue, 23 May 2017 12:45:22 +0000en-gbCONQUERING DYSTOPIA EUROPEAN CLINIC TOUR

Jeff and Keith are together again to play songs from their highly acclaimed Conquering Dystopia project and to talk guitar with fans. This will be the only chance to see them this year in Europe!

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June 6th - The Palm Studio PARIS France 05:00 PM

June 7th - The Abyss rockclub Gothenburg, Sweden 7:30 pm

June 8th - Delux music Oslo, Norway Thorvald Meyersgate 33a 6:00 pm

June 9th - 4sound Söder Folkungagatan 54 Stockholm, Sweden 5:00 pm

June 10th - Cris Music MILANO, Italy 04:00 PM

June 11th - Guitar Tortona TORTONA (AL), Italy – Clinic 04:00 PM – Meet & Greet 06:00 PM

June 12 - Dragon Music FORLI' (FC), Italy - Clinic 04:00 PM – Meet & Greet 06:00 PM

June 13 - Vieri Niccolini AREZZO, Italy -  Clinic 05:00 PM – Meet & Greet 06:30 PM

June 14th - Your Music ROMA, Italy Clinic 05:00 PM – Meet & Greet 06:30 PM

June 16th - "The Zone" Tel Aviv, Israel Clinic 2:00pm

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In This Moment "Oh Lord" Official Video off the upcoming album 'Ritual', available July 21st on Roadrunner Records/Atlantic Records.

Pre-order our new album RITUAL and instantly receive a download of the new single "Oh Lord" here -

Tour dates are as follows:

Jun 19 Soaring Eagle Casino ResortMount Pleasant, MI
Jun 20 LimelightPeoria, IL
Jun 21 Mingiewood HallMemphis, TN
Jun 23 Judson F Williams Convention CenterEl Paso, TX
Jun 24 Lonestar PavillionLubbock, TX
Jun 25 Abilene Civic CenterAbilene, TX
Jun 27 The Diamond BallroomOklahoma City, OK
Jun 28 The PageantSaint Louis, MO
Jun 30 The FillmoreCharlotte, NC
Jul 01 House of BluesNorth Myrtle Beach, SC
Jul 02 The NorVaNorfolk, VA
Jul 03 Freedom HallLancaster, PA
Jul 05 State TheatrePortland, ME
Jul 07 Asbury Park Convention HallAsbury Park, NJ
Jul 08 Main Street ArmoryRochester, NY
Jul 09 Packard Music HallWarren, OH
Jul 11 Coronado TheatreRockford, IL
Jul 12 McGrath AmphitheaterCedar Rapids, IA
Jul 14 Ink in the ClinkMansfield, OH
Jul 15 Shiley Acres FarmInwood, WV
Jul 16 The RitzRaleigh, NC
Jul 19 MetroplexLittle Rock, AR
Jul 21 Concrete Street AmphitheatreCorpus Christi, TX
Jul 22 South Side BallroomDallas, TX
Jul 23 La Hacienda CenterMidland, TX
Jul 25 The CotillionWichita, KS
Jul 26 7 Flags Event CenterDes Moines, IA
Jul 28 Orpheum TheaterMadison, WI
Jul 29 Mayo Civic AuditoriumRochester, MN
Jul 30 Fargo Civic AuditoriumFargo, ND
Aug 01 Bismarck Event CenterBismarck, ND
Aug 03 Shrine AuditoriumBillings, MT
Aug 04 Ironhorse SaloonSturgis, SD
Aug 05 Centennial Mall & M StreetLincoln, NE
Sep 22 High Elevation FestivalDenver, CO

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Doll Skin has been enjoying an unbelievable wild ride with Megadeth's David Ellefson at the wheel. When discovered by the Megadeth bassist at a local school talent show, Doll Skin showed such talent and potential that Ellefson offered to manage and produce the band. He was so impressed with their music that he started EMP Label Group to release their debut album "In Your Face." The album took off like a bat out of hell and they were soon on tour with Otep, Hell Yeah!, and many others. Fast forward to now and their new album, "Manic Pixie Dream Girl", is scheduled for release on June 16. They'll hit the road with the Warped Tour, followed by a full USA tour in July. We caught up with guitarist Alex Snowden, vocalist Sydney Dolezal, and bassist Nicole Rich to find out more about Doll Skin's remarkable journey.


1. It seems your lives have exploded into a dream come true scenario. When you started the band a few years ago did you ever think this was going to happen so fast?

Nicole: When we started out we expected this to be a one-time thing, just playing together for fun. We had no idea David Ellefson would be watching us and later deciding to manage us, and we had no idea we would have so many people believing in us. I don't think any of us ever thought we would be in the position we are today. It's a complete dream come true for all of us. It feels like only yesterday we were daydreaming of being on the Warped Tour, and this summer we're playing it! It's been a lot of hard work up until this point, but we truly are living what we've all wished for years.

2. It seems you've been touring constantly since the album came out. What was your favorite tour?

Alex: I would have to say our second run with Otep was a personal favorite! We had become good friends with the Otep crew after our first tour with them, and we started to feel very at home on the road. Our mini-tour with Hell Yeah! and Escape the Fate has definitely been a favorite as well. All of the shows and crowds were crazy energetic, and the ETF and HY! guys could not have been more welcoming.          

3. How did your Schecter Guitars hold up to the constant touring?

Nicole: Mine has been amazing! I never had an issue with it on the road. It's been so sturdy and has sounded amazing all throughout the nonstop touring we did last year. I've banged it around for sure, and never has it failed me!

Sydney: I am thoroughly impressed with how both of my guitars held up. I have to admit, I can be rough with my guitars, and I still haven't had any issues with them! I've had issues on the road with other equipment, but never with my guitars. They've always been reliable tools of my trade.

Alex: Mine have held up extremely well. I would always worry about my guitars and how they would react to changes in temperature and humidity - on top of being stored underneath our RV and tossed around all day long, but my Schecters are tough as nails. Of anything that could go wrong with gear, guitar issues were rare.

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4. Which guitar is your work horse, your favorite?

Nicole: My Schecter Diamond Series Jazz Bass has been by my side since I moved to Schecter. It's never let me down and has an amazing tone live and for recording. It's my baby.

Sydney: I've used my baby blue Ultra III almost every day of every tour ever since I got it. Having three pickups on it makes it super easy to get different tones and sounds out of one guitar. I use my PT Special mostly as a backup, because I know that if I need it, it will be ready.

Alex: My Tempest Classic is definitely my work horse. I've had it for a little over three years and it's been to every single show since I got it. She has just recently gotten a break when I got my Tempest Hellraiser Hybrid.

5. What can we expect from this new album "Manic Pixie Dream Girl"?

Nicole: Our new album takes a completely different direction than our previous album in a good way. We put ourselves into these songs 300 per cent, and are putting out music we all feel completely proud of. We can't wait for everyone to hear it all. This album has been over a year in the making and shows how we've matured and progressed musically in so many ways. We wrote around the concept of the 'manic pixie dream girl' and let ourselves be influenced by so much going on around us that it really tells a story.


6. How will it be different from the debut album?

Alex: This new album is much more defined and collected than our first one. We have all grown as musicians and writers since our first attempt on "In Your Face!", and it shows in the intricacies of the new tracks. MPDG brings a super eclectic, energetic vibe to the world of Doll Skin.

7. David Ellefson seems to really believe in your band, even starting a label to bring your music out to the world. How is it working with him?

Sydney: David is such a helpful ally for us to have at such an early stage of our career. Not only is he helping us get a leg up on the game with all of these amazing opportunities, he's a really important friend to all of us. He gives us amazing advice as well as helping us get to all the places we have gotten. He constantly encourages and pushes us to do and be everything we can be. One of my favorite things David always says is, "I open the doors for you ladies and you do the rest". He has faith in us that no matter what, we will always be our best in any opportunity he helps us get.

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Alluvial is a collaboration between guitarists, Keith Merrow and Wes Hauch. They teamed up to craft a dark and heavy instrumental album comprised of 10 emotionally-driven songs. Musically, this album confronts battles with depression, anxiety, crippling self-doubt, raw anger, and introversion. The mood of this music is very personal and will send you deep into the minds of these artists, allowing you to identify with it in your own way, without the need for lyrics to guide you.

Alluvial is hitting the road this week with Animals as Leaders and Veil of Maya.
The tour will start today, May 2nd in Salt Lake City Utah and end June 3rd in San Diego, Ca.


Tue/May-02 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
Wed/May-03 Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre
Thu/May-04 Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
Fri/May-05 Palatine, IL @ Durty Nellies
Sat/May-06 Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theatre
Sun/May-07 Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue
Fri/May-12 Buffalo, NY @ The Town Ballroom
Sat/May-13 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre
Sun/May-14 Greensboro, NC @ Pete's
Fri/May-19 Jacksonville, FL @ Mavericks
Sat/May-20 Orlando, FL @ The Beacham
Sun/May-21 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Tue/May-23 Richmond, VA @ The BroadBerry
Wed/May-24 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
Thu/May-25 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Fri/May-26 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Sat/May-27 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Mon/May-29 Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's
Tue/May-30 St. Louis, MO @ The Ready Room
Thu/Jun-01 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
Fri/Jun-02 Flagstaff, AZ @ Orpheum Theater
Sat/Jun-03 San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park



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AVENGED SEVENFOLD VIDEO PREMIERE ON BILLBOARD has premiered the new video for the song 'God Damn'

The video was shot in Los Angeles with a riotous group of diehard A7X fans. The Single comes from their latest Album "The Stage" which shows an extensive maturity and growth from one of rock's top bands. Directed by Andres Rostad who combined special effects with the live performance to bring out the Artificial Intelligence theme of the album, and the raw energy of a live Avenged Sevenfold show.


"There's a bunch of ideas that were thrown into the mixing bowl there," A7X frontman M. Shadows, who personally greeted all those who attended the shoot, tells Billboard, "but the main idea was to get fans involved and make sure the kids knew this is a song full of energy first and foremost -- 'hey, this is a record we can wrap our heads around. It's cool live stuff. It's a rockin' song' -- but at the same time, we wanted the technological hint in there, so as the video progresses you start seeing things glitching out and all of a sudden the world turns digital. And by the end, there's a little nod to the lyrics; you see an eyeball kind of in there as an Easter egg, which is kind of big brother watching what we do the whole time as the humans turn into a digital world."

Read the full article and watch the video here: 



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Schecter Sits Down With Body Count

Body Count burst onto the metal scene like a storm. From day one they lived and breathed controversy with the release of their debut album of the same name. As soon as the first single “Cop Killer” hit the airwaves, they found their album being pulled from stores and the band being banned from the Sunset strip for life. With Lead Sing Ice-T at the helm, who is no stranger to this controversy, they forged on like an out of control locomotive taking down anyone in their way. Twenty-five years later they have not lost any momentum, and have brought back what metal has been missing for years; Anger, aggression and brutal heavy riffs. With a FTW attitude and a middle finger salute Body Count is taking no prisoners and leaving a trail of blood in their path. Schecter Guitars caught up with Ernie C., Vince Price and Juan of The Dead at their video shoot to talk about the new album and their weapons of choice. 
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 How has the Social climate changed in the last 25 years from Cop Killer to Bloodlust?

Ernie C: 25 years ago cops were beating people down on the streets and there was a lot of racism, and now there are cops beating people down on the streets and there is a lot of racism…so things have not changed a whole lot. But it’s not getting better and it can get worse, so every 25 years we try to raise social consciousness with an album. We hope we will do it this time with this record.

Juan: I wasn't a member of BC for "Cop Killer" but I was there 100 percent supporting the band as a fan and there's an old saying; the more things change the more they stay the same; and to me it seems like police brutality is still a major problem in America.

Vince: There has been a big change! The stuff that was said and warned about in Cop Killer; people were not aware of. In Bloodlust it is happening now and everyone is aware of it and on the news and everyone worldwide knows about it.

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 How is Bloodlust Different from your previous albums?

Ernie C: It’s technically better. We play better than we did on manslaughter. This band is the best combination that I’ve had since the beginning, since the first band we had 25 years ago. With this group of guys we play together, we like each other, and that has a lot to do with the music. It’s different because the band is tighter and we’ve had a few years since Manslaughter to go out and play, so it’s a better band.

Juan: Production wise it's similar to the previous album "Manslaughter" although the material is very much different. On this new record 'Bloodlust' the overall message is that humans are blood thirsty creatures, a very violent species with potential to obliterate the planet. The songs flow really well on the new album, almost like a soundtrack to a movie.

Vince: The songs are more in your face and are just f*cking good, just good!

What are some of your personal favorite tracks on this album?

Ernie C: I like every track on this record, you know it’s like if you have kids do you say I like this kid better than that kid? Every track has its moments. I like the tracks that have people featured on them. Those are good because it’s someone saying, “we like your band so we’ll play with your band”. I like Dave Mustaine’s guitar solo on the record. But now I have to learn it!... so thanks Dave!

Juan: There are a few; the title track "Bloodlust" is awesome. I also like "Walk With Me" which features Randy Blythe from Lamb of God. "This is Why We Ride" has a strong message as well and good layers of guitars throughout. There are lots of kick ass songs on this new album. Also, "Black Hoodie" should be powerful to play live, and we’ve just released a new video for it.

Vince: All of them!                

You all been playing Schecter now for a few years, what keeps you here with us?

Ernie C: First of all, they are good people, they’re nice…a good company consisting of good people. That is first and foremost. But if Schecter made a crappy guitar, just being good people wouldn’t help that out. But they make an excellent guitar. I been with some companies that’ll make a good guitar and some that had good people but Schecter has a combination of both. Schecter has helped define the sound we have now because we’ve used their instruments on the last two records, so I think we are with the right company.

Vince: Loyalty and the craftsmanship of each instrument, and not to mention the killer staff of people who work for the company.

Juan: I really like the Diamond Series Flying V’s, Custom and Platinum series.  Both the feel and the tone are real metal; especially for Body Count. Schecter is a great company, they are family.


What Models are you currently playing?

Ernie C: I have a custom Ernie C. I don’t believe in knobs, so it has an on/off switch. Before that I had a Jeff Loomis model that is left handed…we modified it with an on/off switch, with one pick up in the back. I just like to keep it really simple and uncomplicated. We have a bunch of amps and floor pedals for anything else.

Juan: V-1 Custom, and V-1 Platinum. I also have a few older Schecter Flying V's that I use to record with.

Vince: 4 string Hellraisers that I personally customize for live, and for writing purposes I use the Devil Custom.          

How did Schecter help shape your sound as of late?

Ernie C: Like I was saying before, Schecter is the sound we’ve had on the past album and this album is the best sounding album we’ve ever done. Its best Body Count has ever made, so Schecter was a big part of that.

Juan: It's a combination of Schecter Guitars plus the amplifiers we use, but overall the feel of the Schecter instruments is what starts the motion of our sound. If the guitar feels good then you can play better, more fluid, and be more creative.

Vince: The craftsmanship of instrument; it actually plays itself. I just provide the notes and the magic happens.

On Stage you are a pretty physical band, how would you say your instruments hold up on tour?

Ernie C: They hold up just fine, I have no complaints with the guitars. They are road worthy, road tested, road proven with us. I been dropping them, flipping them, throwing them to my tech, and often dropped by my tech. They are built for the road.

Juan: They are road worthy and can handle the abuse of a Body Count live show.

Vince: Well once again, the craftsmanship. Okay here’s a new word: durability.  I actually beat my instruments and they beat me back.


We know that the band members are all seasoned Metal musicians, but what other styles and genres do you enjoy?

Ernie C: I like everything, anything that’s good. If people are serious about it and they play it well. I like everything from George Benson to… I like everything as long as it’s not too way out.

 I even played guitar onetime with Joe Pass. I like everything.

Juan: I'm very open minded and enjoy listening to all types of music from Classic Rock, to Extreme

Metal, to Blues and Jazz. However, I prefer to play metal.

Vince: Everything but country…I am fucking Punk Rock and that is it! My favorite band is Discharge!!!!

How is it that someone like Ice-T who helped, if not invented Gansta’ Rap, come to be the one person (in my opinion) to bring Metal back to its heavy
controversial roots?

Ernie C: When we were in high school Ice listened to Minor Threat and all those punk bands. He was always listening to a lot of punk music in high school with me, and I listened to a lot of metal. Our first record was more of a punk record, now the band has refined its sound more into a metal sound.

Juan: He's a story teller. The lyrics maybe controversial but he tells the truth. Ice also comes up with great fictional horror themed ideas that are super entertaining. The lyrical content is always a strong point to Body Count.


What is the Writing process for a Body Count Album?

We just get together in a room and write riffs and loop everything. Ice comes in and lays down vocals or he takes it with him and writes the lyrics. The last two records we’ve done it like that. But we’ve also tried to do records in the past when we’re in Los Angeles and Ice is in New York, and we pass them back and forth…that doesn’t work. We all have to physically be together in a room.

Juan: On this record we traveled to Phoenix, Arizona and locked ourselves in a private studio in the middle of a hot summer and jammed out lots of ideas for roughly 3 weeks. We also had contributions from Max Cavalera (Soulfly, ex-Sepultura), and a few other friends like Randy Blythe (Lamb of God). Also, Dave Mustaine is on the opening track "Civil War".  From there our Producer Will Putney gets the demos and goes through the song and puts his ideas into the material.  Then it's tracking the drums, guitars, and bass. At that point, Ice will come in and record vocals, then Ernie will lay down some kick ass solos, and I'll throw in my guitar ideas. From there the songs will get mixed down, sometimes Ice will go back and re-record vocals and start over if he doesn't like how the songs are coming along.  Sometimes parts get edited out, and the song gets rebuilt. You got to check your ego at the door when making a Body Count album. These are seasoned veterans you're dealing with, and there's no set formula to a BC record. It's just Body Count.

Vince: We get into a room and the magic happens. I go home and destroy everything and anything around me and the riffs appear.

Juan you have been a long time guitarist in the metal scene and have created some amazing music with bands like Evil Dead and Agent Steel.  How did that play into what you create with Body Count?

Juan: I sit back and listen to where the song is going and if my ideas fit, I will present them. It's really that simple. Sometimes we as guitar players try to force
riffs into a song. Through the years I've learned it's about the groove and message you’re trying to convey in a song.


Vince you seem to be the guy with the customized basses, what goes into creating these amazing pieces of musical art?

Well thanks to you guys for allowing me to do so. I use to build my own instruments, I would take a neck and body put it together and then throw some stickers of my choice and once again it is PUNK ROCK …I always wanted my instruments to be different from anyone else’s.

Ernie you are also an accomplished producer. How does that play in creating a Body Count album and what other bands have you produced?

Well you know I produced the early Body Count records just because I wanted to. Because when I was starting out in the business I wanted to get established, as I also produced a Black Sabbath album.  Though not their greatest, but it’s not their worst. I got to work with Tony Iommi and Cozy Powell, but what I learned from producing records is that I don’t want to produce records. I’d rather sit back and play guitar and let somebody else worry about it. I do know what I don’t want so I know how to produce the record to say I don’t like this or don’t like that. But I kind of like Will Putney who did our last record, I kind of let him run the ship you know, and he has done a good job. All I have to do is show up and play guitar and I only have to concentrate on that.  Sometimes you’ll get guitar players producing records and you get the drummer saying the guitars are blasting… and there’s a lot of stress and many egos that get in the way… not with us, but I have learned to take a back seat, to be a team player and ride along.

Are there other projects you guys have in the works that we might want to check out?

Ernie C: Not really we are just trying to get Body Count to be in the same breath you say Megadeth and Slayer and Metallica. We are just trying to get to that point. We’ve been at it in a while and this record is really good and we are getting some good airplay. We just want to be around for another 25 years because it’s been that long since the first record. Another 25 years would be good, and we’ll play as long as there are people that will show up to hear us play.

Juan: I've recorded with Evil Dead and Agent Steel as you mentioned.

Vince: The next Body Count record!


Interested in the models they play? Check them out here: Hellraiser Extreme-4JEFF LOOMIS JL-6 FR LHV-1 Platinum


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Avenged Sevenfold really love their fans and what is the best way to show that? Invite them all down to make a video with you.
The Video for Dog Damn will be released on April 26th and was filomed all in L.A. with diehard A7X fans!
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Glen Avelais who is best known for his dynamic guitar playing with such acts as Forbidden and Testament has recently become part of the Schecter family. 


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EARTH CRAWLER will release its debut album, "From Below", on May 5th and and according to their press release "features six tracks of punishing riffs, melodically emotive and furious leads, dynamic vocal interplay that reaches into uncomfortable territory, and will show you that EARTH CRAWLER isn't afraid to wear their classic Bay Area Thrash influences on their sleeve."

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  Mexico is becoming a hot bed for guitar players, spawning a slew of original shedders. Next week is the opening of Sound:Check Xpo. For 15 years, sound: check Xpo has been the main event for professionals in the music and entertainment industry in Mexico, consolidating itself as the strategic point for business generation and professional training.
Schecter is proud to have Nick Johnston representing us all three days at the Xpo. Also flying the Schecter flag is Tonio Ruiz and David Olea; two of schecter guitar's newest endorsees straight from mexico.

Checkout Nick Johnston's signature models here.

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Screaming Black Curse Tour 



The name All Hail The Yeti sounds like a haunting story made to scare children around the campfire with .They are not your typical metal band. They have successfully entwined elements of metal, hardcore, dirty Rock with a swampy blues swing that demands legion from their fans.
We sat down with Connor Garritty to talk about the new Screaming Black Curse tour they are about to embark on in May.

This tour seems to be gathering quite a lot of momentum in such a small period of time.

Yeah we've noticed that fans seemed to be pretty excited to come out to these shows. So that starts things off on a positive note for sure!

You seem really hands on with putting together your tours and focusing the band's direction.
Is it something you love to do or is it more of a "if you want it done right do it yourself" mentality?

A little bit of both. Since the beginning of AHTY I've always been the one "managing" the band. We've worked with actual managers in the past but I've always kind of co-managed with them. This day and age if we were to wait around for someone to do all the work we'd be waiting forever. Sometimes it can be a little overwhelming but we've seemed to prevail so far.

This is your 2nd album; and it seems on the first one you guys never got off tour. And this time around it seems you are being pickier at the tours you are doing.
Was this a conscience effort?

Well honestly it's not a choice that we made. It seems the state of "touring" is in a rough spot for bands at our level. While we've done quite a few high profile tours, it feels as if it has been tougher to get on any packages as a support band. We're always ready to go at any time and we are very professional on the road. I think that a lot of these bigger bands are so worried about money and budgets that they're all leaning towards having "buy on" bands. Now don't get me wrong in certain circumstances buying on to a big tour makes sense. If the package is right, venue sizes, ticket sales etc. I just don't think there's much hope for smaller newer heavy bands in that aspect. It's hard enough to survive on the road when you're getting 200 bucks a night let alone dropping 15 grand before you've even left. It's a double edge sword. You don't want to be known as a buy on band, but if you don't buy on to tours you'll never get in front of bigger audiences. Fortunately for us we haven't had to buy on to anything.

What can your fans expect from this tour that will set you apart from the last tours?

Like always fans can expect a high energy, heavy set that is still fun. We like to create an atmosphere. But it is important for us to try our best to connect with everyone standing in the crowd.

Besides the very diverse line up. Were the bands handpicked by you?

The lineup is great! It's a great blend of metal and rock and roll. We are very excited to build relationships with Invidia and BrokenRail!

Tell us about your long standing relationship with Schecter guitars and how they play into this tour?

Schecter and AHTY have had a great relationship since the early days of the band. They have always supported what we do and have gone above and beyond for us. Even when we were just an independent unsigned local band. When we were planning this tour we wanted to include Schecter because we feel that it's our way of giving back to them as best we can. Spreading the word of an amazing company that really cares about music and their artists!!!


get more info on all hail the yeti here:

5/17 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Whisky A Go Go
5/18 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ Adrenaline
5/19 – Kingsburg, Calif. @ Bullfrogs
5/22 – Seattle, Wash. @ El Corazon
5/24 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Liquid Joes
5/25 – Colorado Springs, Colo. @ Black Sheep
5/26 – Kansas City, Mo. @ The Riot Room
5/27- Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Thunder Alley
5/28 – Houston, Texas @ BFE Rock Club
5/30 – Dallas, Texas @ The Rail Club
6/02 – El Paso, Texas @ The Rock House
6/03 – Tempe, Ariz. @ Yucca Tap Room
6/04 – Fullerton, Calif. @ Slidebar


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