ATTILA – ‘Chaos’ tour kicks off tomorrow!


Atlanta based party metallers ATTILA will kick off their long awaited European ‘Chaos’ tour tomorrow in Glasgow, UK.

Watch the tour trailer now here:    https://www.facebook.com/AttilaGA/videos/10154021048547393/

ATTILA frontman Fronz commented: “We are EXTREMELY excited to come back to Europe for a headlining tour. It’s been long overdue. We just released our new album CHAOS and we’re stoked to play some new songs for the very first time! This will be our biggest European Tour yet!”

 

Tour dates:
01.04.2017 – UK, Glasgow – Garage
02.04.2017 – UK, Leeds – Key Club
03.04.2017 – UK, Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
04.04.2017 – UK, Birmingham – O2 Academy 2
05.04.2017 – UK, Bristol – Marble Factory
06.04.2017 – UK, Manchester – Academy 2
07.04.2017 – UK, London – Electric Ballroom
09.04.2017 – UK, Southhampton – Engine Rooms

10.04.2017 – FR, Paris – Petit Bain
11.04.2017 – DE, Cologne – Luxor
12.04.2017 – BE, Antwerp – Kavka
13.04.2017 – NE, Haarlem – Patronaat
14.04.2017 – DE, Berlin – Bi Nuu
15.04.2017 – DE, Stuttgart – Club Cann
17.04.2017 – SWE, Stockholm – Fryshuset
18.04.2017 – NO, Oslo – Krosset
19.04.2017 – DK, Copenhagen – Pumpehuset
20.04.2017 – DE, Hamburg – Logo
21.04.2017 – FR, Strasbourg – Laiterie
22.04.2017 – IT, Pinarella Di Cervia – Rockplanet Club
23.04.2017 – AT, Vienna – Flex
24.04.2017 – CH, Pratteln – 27
25.04.2017 – DE, Munich – Backstage Halle

ATTILA recently released their brand new album ‘Chaos’ via SharpTone Records.

Get ‘Chaos’ via
iTuneshttp://geni.us/ATTILACHAOSIT
Amazonhttp://geni.us/ATTILACHAOSAMP3
Google Playhttp://geni.us/ATTILACHAOSGP

Watch the video for ‘Let’s Get Abducted’ here:

Watch the official music video for ‘Bulletproof’ here:

ATTILA frontman Fronz spoke about how ‘Chaos’ is a return to ATTILA’s roots, saying, “We sat down in a room together and asked, ‘What did we do when we wrote the first few albums that we don’t do anymore?’ We realized the thing we’d stopped doing was getting together and jamming in a basement. It’s so easy for bands to sit around a computer and create music. It’s too easy to forget to jam the songs in person, on real instruments.”

He continued, “Everything about ‘Chaos’ is real, because we all met up in Georgia, right near the basement where we used to meet up when we were living off Taco Bell.”