Abigail Williams and Vale Of Pnath Announce U.S. Tour


At this point, it’s safe to say that everyone is assuming we’ll be able to move full-speed-ahead with shows again by the end of the summer. While there are bands like Sevendust, Byzantine, and Carnifex who are gonna roll the dice on hitting the road a little earlier in the season, August seems to be the sweet spot: that’s when we’ll see a bombardment of live dates from bands like Megadeth and Lamb of God, Deftones, Between the Buried and Me, Primus. The moving into the fall, you’ve got Gojira, Evanescence and Halestorm, Jinjer

…and now Abigail Williams and Vale of Pnath. The duo have announced a twelve-date trek, which will kick off October 6.

Says Abigail Williams mastermind Ken Sorceron:

“After more than a year since our last tour I’m very excited to play live again. ‘Walk Beyond the Dark‘ deserves a campaign as expansive as its soundscapes. We will be hitting the road with Vale Of Pnath in October and can’t wait to start the next chapter of the band.”

Vale of Pnath’s Vance Valenzuela adds:

“We can’t wait to get back out on the road this fall with Abigail Williams. We’ve been busy writing since the COVID shutdown ended our headliner last year, so we’ll be playing a ton of new music, unveiling our new lineup, and upping our stage production. This will be the most intense Vale Of Pnath live experience yet.”

When last we heard from Abigail Williams, they were using their pandemic-necessitated downtime to make a new album. There’s still no word on when that’ll come out, though.

While we wait for more intel, here are the tour dates (via The PRP):

10/06 Denver, CO – Antero Hall
10/07 Lubbock, TX – Jake’s
10/08 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
10/09 Mobile, AL – Alabama Music Box
10/10 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
10/11 Nashville, TN – The End
10/12 Newport, KY – Southgate House Revival
10/13 Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge
10/14 Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
10/15 Oklahoma City, OK – Kendell’s Bar
10/16 Ft Worth, TX – The Rail Club
10/17 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live

Articles You May Like

Alok, Bruno Martini feat. Zeeba – Hear Me Now (Official Music Video)
T-Pain Gets Personal on New Song ‘On This Hill’
32 Rom-Com Couples Who Had Absolutely Zero Chemistry
D:Ream on being booked for Glastonbury and the return of ‘Things Can Only Get Better’
Jillian Cardarelli Releases Music Video for “Worth The Whiskey” – Country Music News Blog