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Danzig Reschedules Select 2023 Tour Dates
The shift is due to a tour bus shortage
Danzig have shifted their upcoming tour schedule in light of a tour bus shortage. The first two dates of the trek have been bumped to the end of the run. Danzig explained the re-routing on their official social media pages.
Due to the current Tour Bus Shortage we are forced to move the Las Vegas and Southern California shows to the end of the tour on September 22 and September 23 in order to secure a tour bus. The Las Vegas show will remain in the same venue on Friday, September 22, but the Southern California show had to be moved to the Toyota Arena in Ontario, California on Saturday, September 23. Pre-sales for the California show that moved to Ontario start next Monday, August 7. Ticket information is coming shortly.
Check out the full re-routed itinerary below now.
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The upcoming tour celebrates the 35th anniversary of the group’s iconic debut album Danzig . The run now kicks off on August 27 at the Mesa Amphitheatre in Mesa, Arizona and wraps up on September 23 at Toyota Arena in Ontario, California. Special guests for the trek will be Behemoth, Twin Temple, and Midnight. Every night, Danzig will perform their 1998 self-titled record in full.
In the midst of the headlining tour, the band will perform at Blue Ridge Rock Festival in Virginia on September 8.
“These will be the only Danzig shows for the foreseeable future, so do not miss this opportunity to see these rare Danzig performances,” the band said.
August 27 – Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheatre September 1 – Irving, TX – The Pavillion At Toyota Music Factory September 2 – San Antonio, TX – Boeing Center At Tech Port September 3 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall September 6 – Atlanta, GA – Roxy Theatre September 8 – Alton, VA – Blue Ridge Rock Festival September 9 – Atlantic City, NJ – Ovation Hall at Ocean Casino September 11 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall At Fenway September 13 – Cleveland, OH – Masonic Temple September 14 – Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Theatre September 16 – Newport, KY – Megacorp Pavillion September 17 – Chicago, IL – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom September 22 – Las Vegas, NV – The Theatre at Virgin Hotels September 23 – Ontario, CA – Toyota Arena
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Danzig is an American hardcore punk act that developed as a predecessor to Glenn Danzig’s former bands the Misfits and Samhain. The group focuses on exaggerated themes of the macabre and exert a style reminiscent of the heavy gloom ridden sound heard from artists like Ozzy Osbourne and the Doors.
Though Danzig is perhaps best remembered as the original singer of the horror punk group the Misfits, it was his second group Samhain, which acted as the basis for his future musical endeavors. The band Danzig formed in response to Rick Rubin’s excitement with Samhain’s final performance. After Rubin saw the show he was set on signing lead singer Glenn Danzig to his record label as a solo act; however, Danzig refused to sign on unless he was accompanied by Samhain bass player Eerie Von. Ex-Samhain guitarist John Christ and Chuck Biscuits from D.O.A., Black Flag, and Circle Jerks also joined the line up in 1987.
Danzig took the gothic theatrics exhibited throughout his previous career to new heights with the release of his self-titled debut. The album was produced by recording engineer mastermind Rick Rubin and put out on his Def American Recordings label. The album is the band’s best selling album and since its release date it has reached Platinum status. The album was also garnered with critical praise; however, it did take a few years for the record to catch on with the public. Five years after its release the song “Mother” became a huge hit on MTV and it has since gone on to be featured in various video games such as “Guitar Hero” and movies like “The Hangover Part III”. The album has also been a major influence on a wide range of artists such as James Hetfield of Metallica, who provided backing vocals on a few of the album’s songs and cult folk musician Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, who performed a cover of “Am I a Demon”.
Danzig’s next album “Danzig II: Lucifuge” was released in1990 and featured concepts heavily extracted from historic blues artists such as Howlin’ Wolf and Robert Johnson. The album fixates on themes of mortality, evil, the supernatural, and darkness.
By the release of the band’s third album Rick Rubin’s involvement in the group began to diminish and Danzig took greater part in the production of future album releases. Rubin was involved with all the group’s studio albums up until their 1994 release “Danzig 4”. This record contained the semi-hit “Cantspeaak”, which became a MTV favorite as well as the only single other than “Mother” to make it into the Billboard charts.
After this release Danzig left Rubin’s label to join Hollywood Records and put out a 5th studio album entitled “Blackacidevil”. This release not only saw a departure form Rubin’s idiosyncratic production work, but also one from the classic Danzig lineup. The only original member left in the group at this time was lead singer Glenn Danzig. “Blackacidevil” was largely seen as a solo release from Glenn Danzig. However this was not his first solo attempt. In 1992 Glenn Danzig put out an entirely instrumental full length entitled “Black Aria”. The album though instrumental displayed strong religious themes concerning Lucifer’s descent from god and its musical nature was haunting and atmospherically heavy. Despite the stylistic change, the album managed to do commercially well relative to its genre and entered the Billboard Classical Charts at No. 1.
On Danzig’s sixth studio album “Satan’s Child” he went in a more industrial direction and recorded the whole thing digitally. “Thirteen” (a dark bluesy ballad originally written for Johnny Cash) was a standout on the album. It was featured in the movie “Hangover” and was later covered by Mark Kozelek of Red House Painters and Sun Kil Moon.
The 2000s were marked by three full length releases from the band: “Danzig 777: I Luciferi” (2002), “Circle of Snakes” (2004) and “Deth Red Sabaoth” (2010). Also Glenn Danzig released “Black Aria II”, the follow up to his debut solo recording. A year later Danzig worked on compiling a 26 song retrospective of lost material spanning the band’s entire career.
Around this time Danzig stated that he had grown tired with the cyclical system of widespread tours and resultantly opted for more localized and smaller scale tours. However for the band’s 20th anniversary he embarked on a lengthy US tour that also stopped off in Mexico and Canada.
Danzig has played many notable festivals over the years including the “Download Festival” and “Nova Rock Festival” alongside acts such as Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, and System of a Down.
Attending a Danzig concert is not a far comparison from stepping down into the underworld to join a party of fiends, but this is the type of excitement fans anticipate a Danzig concert to incite.
Danzig is fronted by the legendary Misfits’ singer Glenn Danzig, who takes the same amount of force and energy that he showed from his previous days in Misfits and acts it out in full force when performing with Danzig. The band is sure to terrify their audience’s soul with the blasting sound of their doom metal music, but their fans are sure to love every second of it. Danzig has incredible stage presence and dynamics. The guitar player is performing fast atonal riffs on his guitar in a punk style and is running all over stage jumping up in the air with inspiration. The bass player is rapidly performing intense rhythms that pulse through the air-waves all while ferociously head banging to the music. Glenn Danzig is perhaps the most fierce member on stage, running all over the place, getting up in his audience’s faces, and screaming his intense lyrics at them.
The band is all dressed in a dark, ghoulish manner with long, black hair, all black attire, and tattoos exposed over their bodies. The guitarist also elaborates with the dark vibe they are giving off by performing on a guitar with skeleton bones painted over it. The stage is dimly lit with dark blue and purple lights, while intense bursts of bright lights flare on stage. There is also a huge screen in the background exhibiting different shades of red lights that are reminiscent of something you would see in the pits of hell. The stage is also decorated with demonic looking statues that depict the images of skull bones.
When seeing Danzig live you are definitely in for a fierce and unique experience that will be sure to grab your attention. Recently Danzig has been performing live with Misfits’ former guitarist Doyle, so you know you can expect to hear the band crank out some classic Misfits’ songs.
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Danzig is the brain child of singer and songwriter Glenn Danzig, who formerly found fame with Misfits and Samhain. The mixture of horror punk and doom blues is a pretty niche genre and it is definitely not something for the faint hearted. When you enter into a Danzig concert, you enter into the whole mentality that goes along with the music. There is a real lack of real theatrics and character in modern metal so it is fantastic to see Danzig doing something pretty different.
They definitely attract a loyal following who all know the procedure when it comes to their concerts, everybody has their hands in the air as Glenn roars the introductions of 'Hammer of the Gods'. This level of intensity remains consistent from both performer and patron, the stage operation is a demonic setting with thrashing instrumentals whilst the pit of audience members is swirling chaos. The influence of Black Sabbath is incredibly obvious on 'How the Gods Kill' before they reappear for a tribute to Misfits and close with 'Not of This World' to the battered, bruised crowds.
The old devil still has it!! Great show, he got old but didn't lose the strength!
Sound was a bit low on the vocals...
But really enjoyed it!!
Beware photographers: Danzig didn't allow pictures or video on the UK O2 Brixton Academy, the securities were really over the people on this. I emailed them asking why and they said the artist requested no pictures/video.
Otherwise, O2 Brixton Academy is one of the best gig venues of London hands down!!
Danzig always puts on a great show. What I don't get is why he keeps coming to The Palladium. The sound sucks and the no moshing/crowd surfing rules blow! I'll keep going because the Rock and Shock convention is fun and I am a huge Danzig fan. But the Palladium really takes away from the experience.
Would have been great to see him with Corrosion of Conformity, but it was cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances ". I was sooo looking forward to this concert! So very bummed that it was cancelled. At least I found out in early enough time so that I could get my hotel cost refunded.
Wow what a great show!! Vocal sound was not loud enough but was awesome! Danzig rocks!!! We sat in the lower loge and the warfield is such a great venue. The crowd was loud and crazy. Good times!
Seeing/hearing the mighty Danzig coaxin' the cenobytes by prowling the stage like the ice cool NYC 80s street punk he is over dem screaming blu thrash riddim was a pleasure.
Never again but, yeah
Excellent he never fails to impress.. CORROSION Of CONFORMITY great also. The opening bands all rocked and DANZIG killed it. Stellar performance
I hope that the band comes back to the area soon.
I love the band but the sound was terrible. No bass, guitar way too loud vs other instruments and too distorted and drums very thick. not the best show i've seen from Danzig.
What a show last night an absolutely brilliant show and all two bands put on a hell of a show and definitely see danzig again this guys rocked my world
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FIVE STAR PRISON CELL, BLOOD DUSTER To Support DANZIG On Australian Tour
FIVE STAR PRISON CELL and BLOOD DUSTER will support DANZIG on their Australian tour. The dates are as follows:
Sep. 08 - Melbourne, AUS @ The Palace Sep. 09 - Brisbane, AUS @ The Arena Sep. 10 - Sydney, AUS @ Luna Park
As previously reported, FIVE STAR PRISON CELL has posted a preview track from its forthcoming "Slaves of Virgo" album, entitled "Obtuse: The Essence of Indifference" , at their MySpace page . The CD was produced by dw Norton at Back Beach studios in Rye, Victoria, Australia and is scheduled for release in early February through Faultline Records and MGM Distibution . A video for "Obtuse: The Essence of Indifference" is also in the works.
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