Baroness is just awesome, powerful, rockin’ music that makes your spine tingle and your bones mingle.
The band has recently launched a new round of U.S. tour dates in support of their latest album, Purple, on on the heals of that news comes the new musicfor the song “Try to Disappear.” The clip, which you can catch right here on this page, captures one of the band’s amazing live outings in support of the 10-song album.
In a recent interview with SF Weekly, John Baizley said:
The cathartic experience of playing live music has not changed over the 13 years of performing. But the sense of relief and release I feel as an adult is as intense, if not more than, when I was younger. The response to this record has been really, really overwhelming. There have been some pretty dramatic changes in the way that our audiences react to our songs, and I couldn’t be happier about that.
Baroness recently announced an Australian/New Zealand tour for December, marking the band’s first Oceanian shows since the release of Purple.
Tickets for all non-festival performances are available via YourBaroness.com. Pallbearer opens on all U.S. non-festival dates.
Baroness Tour Dates:
August 31 Tucson, AZ The Rock
September 2 Dallas, TX Granada Theatre
September 3 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
September 4 Baton Rouge, LA The Varsity Theatre
September 6 Orlando, FL The Social
September 7 Tampa, FL State Theater
September 9 Charleston, SC The Music Farm
September 10 Raleigh, NC Hopscotch Music Festival
September 17 Chester, PA Monster Energy Rock Allegiance Festival
September 23 Corpus Christi, TX The Pavilion at Concrete Street
September 24 San Antonio, TX Paper Tiger
September 25 Houston, TX Houston Open Air
October 22 Sacramento, CA Aftershock Festival
November 6 McDade, TX Sound on Sound Festival
December 5 Auckland, New Zealand Studio
December 7 Sydney, Australia The Metro
December 8 Brisbane, Australia The Triffid
December 9 St. Kilda, Australia The Prince Bandroom
December 10 Meredith, Australia Meredith Music Festival
December 12 Adelaide, Australia The Gov
December 13 Perth, Australia Capitol
Rock Hard \m/