Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
Though their tour with Innumerable Forms & Gravesend is cancelled, LA Maggot Stomp-signed death metal group Kommand (featuring current and former members of Hoax, Trash Talk, Warfare, Blazing Eye, Lock, Mortal Wound, and more), is still coming east for a short tour at the end of November, including a NYC show at Saint Vitus on December 1 with Funeral Leech. They also have a hometown show earlier in November.
The Zombies write: “We have made the very difficult decision to cancel the remaining shows on our American tour, following the hospitalization of a band member on Tuesday. Although he’s been released from the hospital and is recovering, we must prioritize his health over the tour. Out of respect for our bandmate’s privacy, we are not disclosing further details.” Remaining dates included tonight in Beverly, MA, a NYC show on Friday at NY Society for Ethical Culture, and the Philly area on Sunday. The Zombies add, “Despite facing some significant challenges on this tour, these have been some of the most enjoyable shows of our career together, and we’re forever grateful to our fans.”
Chris Stapleton has extended his All American Road Show into 2024, and along for the ride will be Willie Nelson, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, Lainey Wilson, Marty Stuart, Nikki Lane, and more
For Pulp fans wondering if the band would be continuing their reunion — which hit UK festivals and a few big headline shows this year — and expanding into 2024, the answer is yes. In fact, the Britpop icons have announced they’ll be playing Oslo’s Oya Festival in August, so hopefully there will be lots of other shows, including North America, before or after.
GOST & SOM ADDED TO KATATONIA TOUR
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