This weeks metal shows feature some heavy hitters with Motley Crue on their final tour with the legend Alice Cooper. Theory of a Deadman continue their Canadian tour while the newly revamped Gwar also has a show this week. Finally metalcore favorites Every Time I Die are playing with The Ghost Inside on the 21st and Pierce the Veil on tour with Sleeping with Sirens on the 22nd.
11/22 - Pierce The Veil & Sleeping With Sirens at Webster Theatre - Limited Tickets Available
This co-headlining tour comes to The Webster Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut on the 22nd. With new albums in the works fans of Pierce the Veil and Sleeping With Sirens should be excited to hear some new songs. If fans in the tri-state area can not catch this show can see the bands on either the 21st at the Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, New York or on on the 20th at Pine Belt Arena in Toms River, New Jersey.
11/18 - Theory of a Deadman at Flames Central - Limited Tickets Available
Theory of Deadman continue their Canadian tour with a show at Flames Central on the 18th in Calgary, Alberta. The band released their fifth studio album Savages earlier this year led by their album titled lead single featuring Alice Cooper. The tour also stops in Saskatoon at O'Briens on the 19th, Winnipeg at Burton Cummings on the 20th, and in Sudbury at the Events Centre on the 22nd.
11/21 - Every Time I Die & The Ghost Inside at Club Sound - Limited Tickets Available
Metalcore band Every Time I Die are touring with The Ghost Inside and are stopping at Club Sound in Salt Lake City, Utah on the 21st. Every Time I Die recently put out their seventh full length record From Parts Unknown this year while The Ghost Inside just released their fourth album Dear Youth this month. Fans should expect to still hear some classic cuts such as “Bored Stiff”. On the 22nd the tour head to Denver, Colorado for a show at the Summit Music Hall.
11/22 - Gwar at Harpos Concert Theatre - Limited Tickets Available
Gwar will play the Harpos Concert Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. The band has a new lineup following the death of lead singer and founder Dave Brockie AKA Oderus Urungus earlier this year. The band is now lead by guitarist and singer Michael Bishop as Blothar and singer Kim Dylla as Vulvatron. Look to hear new takes on many old classics such as “Sick Of You” and some songs off last years Battle Maximus.
11/18 - Motley Crue & Alice Cooper at Rexall Place - Avg Ticket Price: 271.95 | Get-in Price: $46.00
Motley Crue is still going strong on their farewell tour. The goodbye shows which feature Vince, Mick, Nikki, and Tommy will also have Alice Cooper opening up their sets. The show on the 18th is at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On the 21st the tour will head to Vancouver for a show at Rogers Arena and on the 22nd in Spokane, Washington at the Spokane, Arena. Fans will hear classics from both bands such as “Dr. Feelgood”, Girls Girls Girls,” and “School’s Out”.