Last year, Southern sludge rockers Baroness went through a terrifying and injurious bus accident that saw each band member hurt. Since then bassist Matt Maggioni and drummer Allen Blickle have left the band, which singer/guitarist John Baizley says was part of an amicable split.
But now the boys are back and are ready to hit the road. In a candid video statement, Baizely and guitarist Pete Adams speak about their focus and their eagerness to embark on a tour. They also announce that they are welcoming bassist Nick Jost and drummer Sebastian Thomson to the group.
Adams states, “It’s hard to find the words to express how excited we are to announce this tour. Seven months ago, who knew when it would be or even if we could get back on the road. But here we are, picking right back up where we left off. A heartfelt thanks to everyone’s unconditional love and support for us through, let’s hope, the hardest time this band will ever see. We told you we’d be back so let’s do this thing!”
All tour dates, as well as the video, can be watched below.
May 24 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
May 25 Baltimore, MD Ram’s Head Live
May 26 Norfolk, VA Jewish Mother
May 28 Charleston, SC The Music Farm
May 29 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
May 31 Dallas, TX Trees
June 1 Austin, TX Chaos in Tejas (Mohawk)
June 2 Houston, TX Free Press Summer Festival
June 4 Lawrence, KS Granada Theatre
June 5 St. Louis, MO The Firebird
June 7 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall (Official Orion After Party)
June 8 Grand Rapids, MI The Pyramid Scheme
June 9 Madison, WI The Majestic Theatre
June 11 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe @ Old National Centre
June 12 Cincinnati, OH Taft Ballroom
June 14 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small’s
June 15 Huntington, WV V Club
June 16 Manchester, TN Bonnaroo
August 4 Chicago, IL Lollapalooza
August 5 Columbus, OH A&R Music Bar
August 7 Rochester, NY Club @ Walter Street
August 9 Toronto, ON Mod Club
August 10 Montreal, QC Heavy MTL
August 11 Boston, MA Royale
August 13 Providence, RI Met Café
August 14 New York, NY Irving Plaza
August 17 Champaign, IL The Highdive
August 18 Columbia, MO Mojo’s
August 20 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep
August 21 Denver, CO Bluebird Theater
August 23 Phoenix, AZ Club Red
August 25 San Diego, CA The Casbah
August 27 Tucson, AZ The Rock
August 28 Las Vegas NV Backstage Bar
August 30 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge
September 2 Seattle, WA Bumbershoot
September 4 Vancouver, BC Venue
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