Halestorm to get ‘Vicious’ July 27

Halestorm will release its fourth full-length studio album, “Vicious,” on July 27 through Atlantic Records. The lead single, “Uncomfortable,” is available now, and the music video, directed by Evan Brace (Phantogram, Taking Back Sunday), can be seen below.

Recorded earlier this year at Nashville, Tennessee’s Rock Falcon recording studio with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Alice in Chains, Rush), “Vicious” is available for pre-orderat all DSPs and streaming services: https://Atlantic.lnk .to/ViciousPR. All pre-orders are joined by an instant download of “Uncomfortable.”

Deluxe album packages are available for pre-order exclusively at the band’s official webstore, including the new album on standard vinyl, plus a limited edition opaque purple-colored double vinyl with enhanced cover art and bonus tracks, limited to 1,500 units worldwide. Also exclusively available at the webstore are a limited edition T-shirt, dog tag necklace, autographed poster and a free album cover magnet with physical album purchase while supplies last.

Halestorm will discuss the upcoming album in several live events on May 31. The band first will participate in a Facebook Live interview with hard rock and heavy metal site Loudwire. Tune in to https://www.facebook.com/Lo udWire/ at 12:45 p.m. ET. Next, Huffington Post Managing Editor of Culture Lauren Moraski will host an interview and live Q&A as part of the BUILD Series at 3:30 p.m. ET (tune in at buildseries.com), followed by “An Intimate Evening of Music & Conversation with Halestorm” at New York City’s Sony Hall. Presented by BackStory Events, that concert will include a long-form interview by journalist and founder of the Women’s International Music Network Laura B. Whitmore, audience questions and an exclusive performance. The sold-out event will be streamed live via the official Guitar World YouTube channel beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

Halestorm will embark on the second leg of its milestone U.S. tour showcasing all female-fronted hard rock bands. The dates –once again co-headlined by Roadrunner/Atlantic group In This Moment–get underway July 27 at Kansas City, Missouri’s SEC Arena and then travel through the end of August. Support throughout the trek comes from special guests New Year’s Day. The tour will include stops at a number of upcoming festivals and state fairs, including Oshkosh, Wisconsin’s Rock USA (July 12), Cadott, Wisconsin’s Rock Fest (July 13), Dubuque, Iowa’s Dubuque County Fair (July 28) and Springfield, Illinois’ Illinois State Fair (Aug. 11). Other highlights include a one-night-only event supporting Joan Jett & the Blackhearts Aug. 9 at Moorehead, Minnesota’s Bluestem Amphitheater, and a free concert on Las Vegas, Nevada’s Fremont Street (Aug. 25). For ticket information, VIP packages and details on joining the Official Halestorm Fan Club, see www.halestormrocks.com.

“Vicious” track listing:

1. “Black Vultures”
2. “Skulls”
3. “Uncomfortable”
4. “Buzz”
5. “Do Not Disturb”
6. “Conflicted”
7. “Killing Ourselves to Live”
8. “Heart of Novocaine”
9. “Painkiller”
10. “White Dress”
11. “Vicious”
12. “The Silence”

Tour dates:

All Dates w/In This Moment except *
Dates with Special Guests New Years Day ++


1          Maidstone, UK                        Ramblin’ Man Fair*
12        Oshkosh, WI                           Rock USA *
13        Cadott, WI                               Rock Fest *
27        Kansas City, MO                      Silverstein Eye Centers Arena ++
28        Dubuque, IA                             Dubuque County Fair *
29        Toledo, OH                               Centennial Terrace ++
31        Baltimore, MD                          UMBC Event Center ++


2           Uncasville, CT                           Mohegan Sun Arena ++
3           Albany, NY                                Capital Center ++
4           Portland, ME                             Maine State Pier++
6           Asbury Park, NJ                        Stone Pony Summer Stage++
7           Columbus, OH                           Express Live ++
9           Moorehead, MN                        Bluestem Amphitheater (w/ Joan Jett) *
10        Council Bluffs, IA                        Stir Cove ++
11        Springfield, IL                             Illinois State Fair *
14        Missoula, MT                             Big Sky Brewing Company ++
16        Spokane, WA                            Star Theater at Spokane Arena ++
17        Seattle, WA                               WAMU ++
18        Eugene, OR                              Cuthbert Amphitheater ++
20        Medford, OR                             Bi-Mart Amphitheater ++
21        Reno, NV                                  Grand Sierra Resort ++
23        San Francisco, CA                    The Warfield ++
24        Valley Center, CA                     Harrah’s Resort SoCal Events Center ++
25        Las Vegas, NV                          Fremont Street *


14        Moscow, Russia                       Red*
15        St. Petersburg, Russia             Zal Ozhidaniya*
16        Helsinki, Finland                      Tavastia*
19        Dublin, Ireland                         The Academy*
20        Belfast, Ireland                        The Limelight*
22        Sheffield, UK                           O2 Academy Sheffield*
23        Glasgow, UK                           O2 Academy Glasgow*
24        Birmingham, UK                     O2 Academy Birmingham*
26        Manchester, UK                      O2 Apollo*
28        London, UK                             O2 Academy Brixton*
29        Bristol, UK                                O2 Academy*


1          Tilburg, Netherlands               O13*
2          Paris, France                            La Cigale*
3          Antwerp, Beligum                   Trix Antwerp*
5          Copenhagen, Denmark          Vega*
6          Arhus, Denmark                     Train*
8          Stockholm, Sweden               Debaser Strand*
9          Oslo, Norway                         Rockefeller*
11        Hamburg, Germany               Uebel & Gefährlich*
12        Berlin, Germany                    Kesselhaus*
14        Frankfurt, Germany               Batschkapp*
15        Cologne, Germany                Live Music Hall*
16        Munich, Germany                  Backstage Werk*
18        Vienna, Austria                      Simm City*
20        Lausanne, Switzerland          Les Docks*
21        Zürich, Switzerland                Dynamo*
22        Milan, Italy                             Alcatraz*
24        Barcelona, Spain                   Bikini*
25        Madrid, Spain                        But*

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