Demon Hunter and Red are teaming up to offer eight tour dates this August.

Ryan Clark, frontman of Demon Hunter, has been busy, joining producer Eyal Levi, Todd Jones (Nails) and John Brown (Monuments) to teach CreativeLive songwriting classes, which are currently in session. Red has kept busy too, premiering the title track of their upcoming remix album, Release the Panic (Recalibrated) back in April.

Check out the following dates so you can see them live when they visit your area:

  • Aug 7 – Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
  • Aug 8 – Joliet, IL @ Mojoes TBA
  • Aug 9 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Underground
  • Aug 13 – Andrews, TX @ Andrews County Expo
  • Aug 14 – San Antonio, TX @ Tripoint Club
  • Aug 15 – Dallas, TX @ The Door
  • Aug 20 – Manhattan, KS @ RC McGraw’s
  • Aug 22 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown


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