The hard rock kings are back, set to release their new album, La Gárgola, next month. As always, the follow-up tour will commence, and they’ll be hitting a smattering of bigger markets across the U.S. Dates below!

04/04 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room
04/05 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
04/07 – Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
04/08 – Springfield, MO – Gillioz Theatre
04/10 – Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center
04/12 – San Antonio, TX – St. Mary’s University
04/14 – Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
04/15 – Wichita, KS – The Cotillion
04/17 – Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
04/19 – St. Paul, MN – Myth
04/21 – Grand Rapids, MI – Orbit Room
04/22 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom
04/23 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
04/25 – Tampa, FL – 98 Rock Fest
04/26 – Jacksonville, FL – Welcome To Rockville
05/17 – Columbus, OH – Rock On The Range


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