(February 13th, 2017) – Fire From The Gods will be kicking off The New Reign Tour starting on Friday of this week, alongside Born Of Siris, Volumes, Oceans Ate Alaska, and Within The Ruins.
Vocalist AJ Channer comments on the tour:
“We are beyond excited to hit the road with this package. This is probably the most diverse tour we’ve been on but despite the diversity I believe every band fits this bill perfectly. Congrats to Born Of Osiris for their 10 year anniversary of the New Reign. A groundbreaking record that started a musical revolution. Can’t wait to get started.”
February 17 – Minneapolis, MN at Cabooze
February 18 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theatre
February 19 – Denver, CO at Summit Music Hall
February 21 – Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex
February 23 – Seattle, WA at Studio Seven
February 24 – Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theatre
February 25 – Sacramento, CA at Ace of Spades
February 26 – Pomona, CA at The Glass House
February 28 – West Hollywood, CA at The Roxy
March 01 – Mesa, AZ at Nile Theater
March 03 – Dallas, TX at GMBG
March 04 – San Antonio, TX at Paper Tiger
March 05 – Houston, TX at Scout Bar
March 07 – Tampa, FL at The Orpheum
March 08 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
March 09 – Greensboro, NC at Blind Tiger
March 10 – Richmond, VA at Canal Club
March 11 – Worcester, MA at The Palladium
March 12 – Philadelphia, PA at Union Transfer
March 14 – New York, NY at Gramercy Theater
March 15 – Baltimore, MD at Sound Stage
March 16 – Pittsburgh, PA at Mr Smalls
March 17 – Detroit, MI at Magic Stick
March 18 – Cleveland, OH at Agora Theatre
March 19 – Chicago, IL at House of Blues
About Fire From the Gods
Heavy music deserves a heavier message.
That’s what Fire From The Gods deliver on their Rise Records debut, Narrative.
Speaking from a platform cast in heavy metal power, hip-hop consciousness, and even a little reggae spirit, the Austin, TX quintet—AJ Channer [vocals], Jameson Teat [guitar], Drew Walker [guitar], Bonner Baker [bass], and Richard Wicander [drums]—urge for change through conveying a story that’s both personal and universal.That story stems directly from AJ’s life. Born in the Bronx to a single mother of Jamaican descent, he spent his childhood moving between London, New York City, Los Angeles, Norfolk, and even Ghana where he attended middle school. Drawing from this diverse experience, he speaks with unmitigated honesty about the state of the world.