Animals as Leaders, Devin Townsend Project, Monuments Reveal 2014 North American Tour
Here’s an awesome tour to bring a brilliant end to 2014.
Progressive metal giants Animals as Leaders and the Devin Townsend Project are confirmed to invade North America for a month-long tour with fellow progressive frontrunners Monuments. The tour includes a Nov. 28 stop in Detroit and Nov. 26 in Chicago.
Animals as Leaders have brought instrumental metal to a new peak, releasing their critically acclaimed third album, ‘The Joy of Motion,’ earlier this year. Led by phenomenal guitarist Tosin Abasi, Animals as Leaders are completed by guitarist Javier Reyes and drummer Matt Garstka, forming a true power trio.
Devin Townsend needs no introduction, and after years of chasing grand visions, the enigmatic musician put together his greatest experience to date with ‘The Retinal Circus’ DVD. Townsend unveiled his ‘Casualties of Cool’ album earlier this year and his long-awaited ‘Ziltoid the Omniscient’ sequel, ‘Z²,’ will see a Oct. 27 release. Will we hear new Ziltoid on this tour?!
Check out the full list of tour dates below!
Animals as Leaders, Devin Townsend Project, Monuments 2014 North American Tour
Nov. 17 — Studio Seven, Seattle
Nov. 18 — Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver,
Nov. 19 — Level Nightclub, Kelowna, British Columbia
Nov. 21 — Union Hall, Edmonton, Alberta
Nov. 22 — The Gateway, Calgary, Alberta
Nov. 23 — O’Brians Event Centre, Saskatoon, Sasketchewan
Nov. 24 –The Garrick Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Nov. 25 — First Avenue, Minneapolis
Nov. 26 — Metro, Chicago
Nov. 28 — St. Andrews Hall, Detroit
Nov. 29 — House Of Blues, Cleveland
Nov. 30 — Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto
Dec. 1 — Club Soda, Montreal
Dec. 3 — Rams Head Live, Baltimore
Dec. 4 — Trocadero, Philadelphia
Dec. 5 — The Palladium, Worcester, Mass.
Dec. 6 — Webster Hall, New York
Dec. 8 — Center Stage, Atlanta
Dec. 10 — Backstage Live, San Antonio
Dec. 11 — Gas Monkey Bar N Grill, Dallas
Dec. 13 — Gothic Theatre, Englewood, Colo.
Dec. 14 — Sunshine Theater, Albuquerque, N.M.
Dec. 15 — The Nile Theatre, Mesa, Ariz.
Dec. 16 — The Mayan, Los Angeles
Dec. 17 — The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco