Asking Aleandria and Nothing More head to SLC

Asking Aleandria and Nothing More head to SLC

oday critically acclaimed bands NOTHING MOREand Asking Alexandria announced a co-headlining North American tour starting this spring, produced by Live Nation featuring support from ATREYU and Eva Under Fire. 

The tour will make a Salt Lake City stop at The Complex on June 13, 2022. Fans will be able to purchase tickets for the tour starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 8 for the Citi and Artist presales, Wednesday, March 9 for the Live Nation and Ticketmaster presales, Thursday, March 10 for the venue and local presales, and Friday, March 11 for the Citi Preferred and general on sale. All ticket sale times begin at 10 a.m. MST. For more information on the tour, visit http://nothingmore.net/ and https

Today critically acclaimed bands NOTHING MOREand Asking Alexandria announced a co-headlining North American tour starting this spring, produced by Live Nation featuring support from ATREYU and Eva Under Fire. 

The tour will make a Salt Lake City stop at The Complex on June 13, 2022. Fans will be able to purchase tickets for the tour starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 8 for the Citi and Artist presales, Wednesday, March 9 for the Live Nation and Ticketmaster presales, Thursday, March 10 for the venue and local presales, and Friday, March 11 for the Citi Preferred and general on sale. All ticket sale times begin at 10 a.m. MST. For more information on the tour, visit http://nothingmore.net/ and https://www.askingalexandria.com. 

The tour will see two of the most celebrated rock bands today join forces to dominate stages, at a monumental time in both band’s careers. After their multiple GRAMMY nominations for 2017’s Stories We Tell Ourselves, Nothing More are set to release their highly-anticipated follow-up album this year via Better Noise Music, with the first offerings expected to drop in the coming weeks. Fans will be treated to multiple songs from the project leading up to its release, showcasing the band’s artistic evolution over the past few years and how their sonic statements uniquely fit into today’s soundscape. Meanwhile, Asking Alexandria will perform new music from their latest critically acclaimed album See What’s On The Inside and companion EP Never Gonna Learn, both from Better Noise Music. The album’s first single “Alone Again,” gave the band their first-ever #1 at U.S. radio, with the song also debuting to the band’s best streaming performance for the first month period in August. The second single, “Never Gonna Learn,” is on track to continue that success, already Top 15 at U.S. radio. 

Eager to connect with fans on the road in 2022, Asking Alexandria founding member Ben Bruce stated, “This spring and summer we are finally getting back to doing what we love. We are finally hitting the road again and we will be bringing our biggest stage show yet with us. Asking Alexandria and our friends in NOTHING MORE will be teaming up and co-headlining across North America alongside Atreyu and Eva Under Fire. We have missed playing for you all so much and we can’t wait to get back out there and see you all. We will be playing songs from the very beginning of our career all the way through to our latest album See What’s On the Inside. See you all soon.” 

In 2017, NOTHING MORE released The Stories We Tell Ourselves, which received critical acclaim and three Grammy Award nominations for Best Rock Album, and Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for “Go to War”. Having topped Billboard’s US Mainstream Rock Songs Chart, “Go to War” has amassed more than 60 MILLION streams across streaming platforms. The Stories We Tell Ourselves has seen more than 156 MILLION streams, according to Spotify, and was ranked as the second best hard rock album of 2017 by Loudwire. On returning to the stage and today’s announcement, NOTHING MORE’s Jonny Hawkins said, “We have been in a dark cocoon of our innermost thoughts and feelings for 2 damned years … shifting, shaping and transforming into a creature filled with terrible power and an unregulated lust for energy. This is going to be our greatest album yet… and this tour with Asking Alexandria is just the beginning. Be ready America.” 

Detroit-based, female-fronted rock band Eva Under Fire, who are set to open the tour, recently released “Unstoppable”, a passion-filled track about an untouchable love, ahead of their Better Noise Music label debut album Love, Drugs & Miseryavailable for pre-order now. It followed three previously released songs from the album – “Blow (Featuring Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills)”, “Comatose (Featuring Jonathan Dörr of Ego Kill Talent)”, and “Heroin(e)” – which gave a dynamic preview of the forthcoming project, spanning from anthemic and aggressive to heartbreakingly vulnerable, in both sound and lyrics.

://www.askingalexandria.com. 
The tour will see two of the most celebrated rock bands today join forces to dominate stages, at a monumental time in both band’s careers. After their multiple GRAMMY nominations for 2017’s Stories We Tell Ourselves, Nothing More are set to release their highly-anticipated follow-up album this year via Better Noise Music, with the first offerings expected to drop in the coming weeks. Fans will be treated to multiple songs from the project leading up to its release, showcasing the band’s artistic evolution over the past few years and how their sonic statements uniquely fit into today’s soundscape. Meanwhile, Asking Alexandria will perform new music from their latest critically acclaimed album See What’s On The Inside and companion EP Never Gonna Learn, both from Better Noise Music. The album’s first single “Alone Again,” gave the band their first-ever #1 at U.S. radio, with the song also debuting to the band’s best streaming performance for the first month period in August. The second single, “Never Gonna Learn,” is on track to continue that success, already Top 15 at U.S. radio. 
Eager to connect with fans on the road in 2022, Asking Alexandria founding member Ben Bruce stated, “This spring and summer we are finally getting back to doing what we love. We are finally hitting the road again and we will be bringing our biggest stage show yet with us. Asking Alexandria and our friends in NOTHING MORE will be teaming up and co-headlining across North America alongside Atreyu and Eva Under Fire. We have missed playing for you all so much and we can’t wait to get back out there and see you all. We will be playing songs from the very beginning of our career all the way through to our latest album See What’s On the Inside. See you all soon.” 
In 2017, NOTHING MORE released The Stories We Tell Ourselves, which received critical acclaim and three Grammy Award nominations for Best Rock Album, and Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for “Go to War”. Having topped Billboard’s US Mainstream Rock Songs Chart, “Go to War” has amassed more than 60 MILLION streams across streaming platforms. The Stories We Tell Ourselves has seen more than 156 MILLION streams, according to Spotify, and was ranked as the second best hard rock album of 2017 by Loudwire. On returning to the stage and today’s announcement, NOTHING MORE’s Jonny Hawkins said, “We have been in a dark cocoon of our innermost thoughts and feelings for 2 damned years … shifting, shaping and transforming into a creature filled with terrible power and an unregulated lust for energy. This is going to be our greatest album yet… and this tour with Asking Alexandria is just the beginning. Be ready America.” 
Detroit-based, female-fronted rock band Eva Under Fire, who are set to open the tour, recently released “Unstoppable”, a passion-filled track about an untouchable love, ahead of their Better Noise Music label debut album Love, Drugs & Miseryavailable for pre-order now. It followed three previously released songs from the album – “Blow (Featuring Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills)”, “Comatose (Featuring Jonathan Dörr of Ego Kill Talent)”, and “Heroin(e)” – which gave a dynamic preview of the forthcoming project, spanning from anthemic and aggressive to heartbreakingly vulnerable, in both sound and lyrics.

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