In support of the band’s highly-anticipated fourth album ‘Below’ the caravan of heavy will trek across the U.S. for a 31-day run.
Th level of excitement surrounding the release of Beartooth’s fourth full length has reach an all new level as the band has now confirmed a full domestic run of tour dates to support the debut of ‘Below’ on June 25th via Red Bull Records.
Enlisting quality support in Wage War and Dragged Under, Beartooth will embark on a 31-day trek that will criss-cross the United States throughout the months of August and September, beginning in Sin City Las Vegas and wrapping in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
“Everyone has been waiting for so long to get back on tour — fans, bands, crews, the list goes on,” says band leader and sound architect Caleb Shomo. “It’s been a brutal year, to say the least. But there’s finally some hope for rock on the horizon. I truly can’t put into words how excited I am to get back out there and give all I have every night. This will be one of the most intense and emotional tours of my life and I can’t wait to experience it with all of you.”
Thus far, the band has shared three obliterating singles from ‘Below,’ all of which make good on Shomo’s promise to deliver one of the most devastating recordings he has ever penned. The album’s introductory track in “Devastation” proved as much, with the kind of powerhouse pummel that has made the band such a global draw. Followed with the anthemic “The Past Is Dead” and the sheer crush of “Hell Of It,” the live translation of these tracks are sure to deliver the kind of raw power that has made us all miss the hell out of concerts.
‘Below’ arrives June 25th via Red Bull Records. The album is available for pre-order – HERE