French heavy metal band Gojira announced, through a Devin Townsend tweet, a short US tour this spring along with metal titan Opeth and supporting act the Devin Townsend Project.
The mini-tour will consist of nine shows across the East Coast and the Midwest, including Nashville, Philadelphia, Chicago, Indianapolis and others, with a highlight performance at the infamous Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado.
The tour comes after a monster year for both bands. Opeth, who released their Sorceress album this past September, garnered much critical praise through standout tracks such as “Will O the Wisp.” Meanwhile Gojira was nominated for both Best Metal Performance and Best Rock Album for this years GRAMMY’s, all coming off the work from their incredible Magma record, which was released back in June.
5/4: Nashville, TN-War Memorial Auditorium
5/5: Charlotte, NC-Carolina Rebellion Fest
5/6: Philadelphia, PA-Electric Factory
5/7: Sayreville, NJ-Starland Ballroom
5/9: Chicago, IL-The Vic
5/11: Morrison, CO-Red Rocks
5/12: Kansas City, MO-Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
5/13: Indianapolis, IN-Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
5/14: Somerset, WI-Northern Invasion Fest