Death From Above 1979 and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will partner for a co-headlining North American tour this fall. Los Angeles rock duo Deap Vally will provide support throughout the trek, which begins October 11th at the House of Blues in Cleveland and wraps November 11th in Washington D.C. at the Fillmore.
Animal Collective have offered up a pair of concerts from their current Painting With tour to help raise money for a North Carolina-based organization fighting against the state’s controversial HB2, also known as the “bathroom bill.” The band posted the two concerts – a March 9th show form Los Angeles’ Fonda Theater and a April 13th gig from Manchester, England’s Ritz – on their Bandcamp page following their Sunday night show at Asheville, North Carolina’s famed Orange Peel venue.
Alice in Chains have announced the first leg of their headlining North American tour, which starts July 6th at Schnitzer Hall in Portland. In April, the alt-metal veterans opened a pair of shows for the reunited classic Guns N’ Roses line-up. The band released three popular LPs in the Nineties before the 2002 death of original singer Layne Staley. Alice in Chains reformed four years later with vocalist William DuVall and released two more albums, including 2013’s The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.
PJ Harvey has announced her first U.S. tour dates in over five years to celebrate her new LP The Hope Six Demolition Project. After a string of European gigs throughout June and July, Harvey will head to America for a pair of gigs: New York’s Terminal 5 on August 16th and Los Angeles’ Shrine Expo Hall on August 18th.