Toby Lightman on tour

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Toby Lightman is set to release her new album Let Go on her own T Killa Records on July 15, 2008. “Let Go” will be the title track from the album will be the soundtrack for the Home Shopping Network’s “Come On In” advertising campaign ( Not only will her songs be heard on HSN, she will also be one of the first independent artists to perform and sell her album on the channel.

Let Go will be available through iTunes and all other major digital retailers on July 15, 2008. Toby wanted to give her longtime fans a special treat by autographing the first 400 copies of Let Go and making them exclusively available through her web store for only $12 (shipping included in the USA.)

Click here to download an mp3 of the title track “Let Go”.

A message from Toby about the album…

“This album led me back to the roots of why I started singing and recording music in the first place. So, Let Go was recorded the very same way Little Things was recorded. Boots (the producer of the record) and I, sat in a room, and literally played everything. From the guitars to the violins to the keys… I did have my old friend, Coach, lay down an amazing groove on the drums. We put our hearts and souls into this record and i can’t wait for everyone to hear it”

Toby will be playing tour dates all summer in support of Let Go ,a complete list of dates follows:

7/10 Camden, NJ @ – XPoNential Music Festival Wiggins Park
7/25 New York, NY @ Rockwood Music Hall (Free)
8/21 Staten Island, NY @ St George Theater (w/ Marc Cohn)
8/22 Atlantic City, NJ @ Club Harlem at House of Blues (w/ Marc Cohn)
8/26 Pittsfield, MA @ The Colonial Theater (w/ Mark Cohn)
8/29 Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom (w/ Suzanne Vega & Marc Cohn)

Delta Goodrem on tour and drops Delta

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Australian sensation Delta Goodrem, at just 23, is already one of Australia’s most successful and highest-selling female artists. Now, Australia’s best kept secret is poised for a major U.S. debut CD release with Delta, set for release on June 10th from Mercury/Decca.

In an era of pre-fabricated as-seen-on-TV popstars, Delta Goodrem is the real thing. A pianist since the age of seven, Goodrem harks back to a bygone era where pop stars wrote their own songs and sang them live – as simple as that. Her debut album in the U.S. serves as a welcome antidote to the rushed world of generic pop, with timeless, global tunes injected with power, passion and personality.

First single, “In This Life,” also happens to be Delta’s eighth #1 hit in Australia (out of an impressive 13 singles released to date), effortlessly seducing radio with its life-affirming chorus and wall-to-wall melodic rush. “The sentiment in songs is so important to me. It’s got the melody that rings in your ear, but I can also belt it out. It’s got all the elements I could hope to be introduced with.” “Possessionless” may be the album’s most personal track. Goodrem wrote the song shortly after winning her battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a cancer that derailed Delta at the height of her Australian and UK success in 2003.

“Hard times are universal. Good times are universal. I’ve learned how powerful music can be to people, how you just want to get lost in music. That’s a really special connection with people that isn’t disposable. I like the idea of starting in America with a clean slate. I’m looking forward to singing my heart out.”

In 2003, Delta took Australia by storm, breaking chart records and becoming one of only a handful of albums to sell over a million copies in Australia. Her first CD, Innocent Eyes, released overseas in 2003, has now reached over 4 million sales worldwide and earned the singer the Highest Selling Album award at the Australian equivalent of the Grammys two years running. She spent a record-breaking 29 weeks at No.1 in Australia and reached No.2 in the UK. Each of the album’s five singles made No.1 in Australia – breaking a record held by Kylie Minogue and the Beatles.

Delta is a songwriting force to be reckoned with. In 2006, Goodrem performed a self-penned song, “Together We Are One,” at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in front of a worldwide audience of 1.5 billion. The inspirational song surfaced on last year’s American Idol. Another song penned by Goodrem, “Days Go By,” was a No.1 hit this year by Norwegian Idol Glenn Lyse, while she also just collaborated on a song with hero Olivia Newton-John for her new cancer charity. “Olivia’s been a shining light for me,” Delta says. Another one of Goodrem’s songs, “Eyes on Me,” was selected by Celine Dion for her latest album Taking Chances. “To hear ‘Eyes on Me’ sung by a woman I’ve looked up to all my life – that’s an amazing feeling,’’ Goodrem says.

After an accelerated life – and career – of dizzying highs and crushing lows, the Delta album sees Goodrem coming out of the dark with songs that embrace the positivity and healing power of pop music.

Jay Brannan hits the road for U.S./U.K. tour

Tour dates.

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July 11 – Boston, MA @ The Paradise
July 13 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
July 16 – New York, NY @ Highline Ballroom
July 18 – Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
July 20 – Dallas, TX @ The Loft
July 22 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey
July 24 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of The Hill
July 25 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
July 26 – Seattle, WA @ Triple Door
July 28 – Chicago, IL @ Lakeshore Theatre

U.K. Tour Dates

Aug 23 – Nottingham, UK @ Bodega
Aug 24 – Edinburgh, UK @ Cabaret Voltaire
Aug 26 – Manchester, UK @ Night & Day
Aug 27 – Brighton, UK @ Komedia
Aug 28 – London, UK @ Bush Hall
Aug 30 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla
Aug 31 – Southampton, UK @ Orange Room

Gym Class Heroes album and tour annoucement

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Gym Class Heroes has announced the upcoming release of their eagerly anticipated third album, “THE QUILT.” The collection – which follows 2006’s RIAA gold-certified breakthrough, “AS CRUEL AS SCHOOL CHILDREN” – arrives in stores and at online retailers on September 9th.

“THE QUILT” will be preceded by the album’s first single, “Cookie Jar.” Produced by The-Dream (Rihanna, Usher, Chris Brown), the track will be available for digital purchase on July 8th. Gym Class Heroes recently wrapped production on a companion video for “Cookie Jar” with director Dale “Rage” Resteghini (Jim Jones, Lil’ Wayne). The clip will premiere later this summer.

For their new album, Gym Class Heroes teamed up with a number of extraordinary collaborators. In addition to The-Dream, producers include Cool & Dre (Yung Joc, Young Jeezy, The Game) and the Geneva, NY-based band’s longtime friend and collaborator, Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy. What’s more, “THE QUILT” features special guest contributions from the one-and-only Busta Rhymes, UK soul sensation Estelle, and the legendary Daryl Hall.

Gym Class Heroes will spend their summer busting out the new material as headliners on the just-underway Vans Warped Tour (see attached itinerary). In addition, the band will also join fellow Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen recording groups The Academy Is…, Cobra Starship, and Four Year Strong for summer shows in New Orleans, Montana, and Oregon.

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Acclaimed for their unique approach to alternative hip-hop, Gym Class Heroes became an international sensation in 2007 with their #1 blockbuster hit, “Cupid’s Chokehold/Breakfast In America.” The track was a multiple chart-topping crossover smash and catapulted “AS CRUEL AS SCHOOL CHILDREN” to RIAA gold certification for sales exceeding 500,000.

The band was named “Best New Artist” at 2007’s MTV Video Music Awards, beating out such stars as Amy Winehouse and Carrie Underwood. GCH were all over music television, with live performances and videos for such tracks as the anthemic “Clothes Off!” appearing on MTV, its affiliated networks, and FUSE. Additional Gym Class Heroes TV appearances included performances on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with Conan O’Brien, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

A remarkably dedicated live act, Gym Class Heroes have toured nearly non-stop in recent years. In addition to headlining a number of packed-out tours, the band played at countless festivals and radio-sponsored shows, and shared stages with Fall Out Boy and Gwen Stefani.

For up-to-the-minute news and tour information, see the official Gym Class Heroes website,, or the band’s MySpace page,

Gym Class Heroes are: Travis McCoy (lead vocalist), Disashi Lumumba-Kasongo (guitarist), Eric Roberts (bassist), and Matt McGinley (drummer).

Tour 2008

All Dates w/Vans Warped Tour Except

* w/The Academy Is…, Cobra Starship, and Four Year Strong


28 Salt Lake City, UT Utah State Fairgrounds

29 Denver, CO Invesco Field @ Mile High


1 Maryland Heights, MO Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

2 Bonner Springs, KS Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

3 Dallas, TX Center

5 Selma, TX Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

6 Houston, TX Sam Houston Race Park

8 New Orleans, LA House of Blues *

9 Atlanta, GA Lakewood Amphitheater

10 Orlando, FL Central Florida Fairgrounds

11 St. Petersburg, FL Vinoy Park

12 Miami, FL Bicentennial Park

13 St. Augustine, FL St. Johns Fair

14 Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

15 Virginia Beach, VA Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

16 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion

17 Cleveland, OH Time Warner Cable Amphitheater

18 Detroit, MI Comerica Park

19 Toronto, ON Downsview Park

20 Montreal, QC Parc Jean Drapeau

23 Mansfield, MA Tweeter Center For The Performing Arts

24 Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

25 Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center

26 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

27 Scranton, PA Toyota Pavilion

28 Englishtown, NJ Old Bridge Township Raceway Park

29 Burgettstown, PA Post Gazette Pavilion

30 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center

31 Noblesville, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center


1 Milwaukee, WI Marcus Amphitheater

2 Tinley Park, IL First Midwest Bank Amphitheater

5 Saskatoon, SK Credit Union Center

6 Calgary, AB Race City Speedway

7 Missoula, MT Wilma Theater *

8 Nampa, ID Idaho Center Amphitheater

9 George, WA George Amphitheater

10 St. Helens, OR Columbia Meadows

11 Eugene, OR McDonald Theater *

13 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center

14 Chula Vista, CA Cricket Wireless Amphitheater

15 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheater

16 Marysville, CA Sleep Train Amphitheater

17 Carson, CA Home Depot Center

Nine Inch Nails limited edition album and tour information

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Nine Inch Nails’ The Slip, currently available only as a free download at, will be issued July 22 as a limited edition physical CD/DVD through the band’s own Null Corporation label.

The CD version of The Slip will be limited to 250,000 copies worldwide, each in an individually numbered six-panel digipak that includes a bonus DVD of performances filmed during rehearsals for NIN’s upcoming Lights In The Sky tour, as well as a 24-page booklet and exclusive sticker pack.

The gatefold vinyl contains one 180-gram vinyl LP and a 24-page booklet, and is neither limited nor numbered.

The Slip is 10 new songs written and performed by Trent Reznor with Josh Freese, Robin Finck and Alessandro Cortini. Justin Meldal-Johnsen will round out this NIN lineup for the upcoming tour, dates of which are as follows:

07/25/08 – Pemberton, BC – Pemberton Festival
07/26/08 – Seattle, WA – Key Arena at Seattle Center
07/28/08 – Edmonton, ALB – Rexall Place
07/29/08 – Calgary, ALB – Pengrowth Saddledome
07/31/08 – Winnipeg, MAN – MTS Centre
08/02/08 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
08/05/08 – Toronto, ONT – Air Canada Centre
08/07/08 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
08/08/08 – Worcester, MA – DCU Center
08/12/08 – Knoxville, TN – Knoxville Civic Coliseum
08/13/08 – Duluth, GA – Gwinnett Arena
08/15/08 – Oklahoma City, OK – Ford Center
08/16/08 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
08/18/08 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
08/20/08 – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center
08/22/08 – Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena
08/23/08 – Auburn Hills, MI – Palace of Auburn Hills
08/25/08 – Toledo, OH – Seagate Convention Center
08/27/08 – East Rutherford, NJ – Izod Center
08/29/08 – Philadelphia, PA – Wachovia Center
08/31/08 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena
09/02/08 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheater
09/03/08 – Salt Lake City, UT – The E Center of West Valley
09/05/08 – Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena
09/06/08 – Los Angeles, CA – The Forum

The Kooks Announce Fall 2008 US Tour


Fresh off wrapping up their Sold-Out May/June US tour, we are very pleased to announce The Kooks will return to the States in September for an extensive Fall 2008 tour, their biggest US tour to date. The tour will include cities the band has never played before, giving fans all over the country a chance to see The Kooks live for the first time.

The Ticketmaster internet pre-sale begins 10am EST tomorrow, Wednesday June 25th, and the password is kooksfalltour. Amazon customers who were past Kooks buyers will get a special email letting them know that they have their own presale code for tickets. Tickets are available to the general public beginning this Friday, June 27th.

Photo: Eric Weiss

Fall 2008 US Tour Dates
September 4th – Clinton, NY – The Annex at Hamilton College – private show, students only
September 5th – Montreal, QC – Club Soda – all ages – TIX
September 6th – Toronto, ON – Virgin Festival – all ages – TIX
September 8th – Washington, DC – 9.30 Club – all ages – TIX
*September 10th – New York, NY – Rumsey Playfield Central Park Summerstage – TIX
*September 12th – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony – all ages – TIX
*September 15th – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory – all ages – TIX
September 30th – Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theatre – 18+ – TIX
*October 2nd – Dallas, TX – House of Blues – all ages – TIX
*October 3rd – Houston, TX – Meridian – all ages – TIX
October 4th – Austin, TX – Antone’s – all ages – TIX
October 5th – Tulsa, OK – Cains Ballroom – all ages – TIX
*October 7th – St Louis, MO – The Pageant – all ages – TIX
October 8th – Des Moines, IA – People’s Court – all ages – TIX
*October 9th – Madison, WI – Barrymore Theatre – all ages – TIX
*October 11th – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre – all ages – TIX
*October 12th – Cincinatti, OH – Bogarts – all ages – TIX
*October 14th – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall – all ages – TIX
*October 21st – Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo – all ages – TIX
*October 22nd – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom – all ages – TIX
October 24th – Sacramento, CA – Empire – all ages – TIX
*October 25th – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre – all ages – TIX
*October 27th – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues – all ages – TIX
*October 28th – Hollywood, CA – Hollywood Palladium – all ages – TIX
*indicates Ticketmaster venues.

Watch the video for “Always Where I Need To Be”

Aimee Mann on tour of U.S.

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Aimee Mann’s seventh solo release to date, @#%&! Smilers, is a return to form after the artistic detours of 2005’s concept album The Forgotten Arm and 2006’s Christmas CD One More Drifter in the Snow.

Featuring thirteen new original songs, producer Paul Bryan describes the record as “deceptively powerful…very rich and grand sounding”. The songs range from the stripped-down-to-basics of “Columbus Avenue”, to the almost Cars-esque synth-pop of “Freeway”, along side the classic Jimmy Webb/Glen Campbell-era “Phoenix”, and the hushed creepiness of “Little Tornado.” The final song “Ballantines” is a duet with Sean Hayes complete with barroom piano and trombone section. All of the songs were penned by Mann, with the exception of “True Believer”, co-written with fellow singer-songwriter Grant Lee Phillips.

An amalgamation of sounds, Aimee explains “we tried not to echo any previous albums…for this one we wanted to use a different palate, thus replacing electric guitars with distorted Wurlitzers, Clavinets, and analog synthesizers. We made the low end and rhythm section full and organic-sounding, with Jay Bellrose’s quirky approach to percussion and my acoustic guitar together. For this album the acoustic guitar is present in a new way, one that melds with Jay’s rhythm section and acts as an adjunct to the high-hat. On top of that we layered detailed interwoven keyboards and on select songs added a lush string section; on others a full horn section.” The album was recorded in the latter part of 2007 at the Sound Factory studios in Los Angeles, engineered by Ryan Freeland and mastered by Gavin Lurssen.

After finishing off 2007 with her critically acclaimed sold-out Christmas tour, Aimee returns to the road in support of Smilers this Spring and Summer, including a stop at Bonnaroo on June 15. Look for upcoming appearances on NPR’s All Things Considered and the Ovation channel’s Live from the Artist’s Den performance series, amongst others.

US Tour Dates

Jul 9 ’08 Chautauqua Auditorium Boulder, CO
Jul 11 ’08 Botanical Gardens, Denver, CO
Jul 12 ’08 Deer Valley Resort Park City, UT
Jul 14 ’08 Mountain Winery Saratoga, CA
Jul 15 ’08 Stewart Park, Roseburg, OR
Jul 16 ’08 Woodland Zoo, Seattle, WA
Jul 18 ’08 Vancouver Music Festival, Vancouver, BC
Jul 19 ’08 Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR
Jul 24 ’08 Calgary Music Festival Calgary,AB
Jul 26 ’08 Berklee Performance Center Boston, MA
Jul 28 ’08 Washington Park Albany, NY
Jul 30 ’08 The View (tent.)
Jul 30 ’08 The Highline Ballroom, New York, NY
Jul 31 ’08 Barnes & Noble Union Square New York, NY
Aug 1 ’08 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY
Aug 2 ’08 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
Aug 4 ’08 World Café Live, Philadelphia, PA
Aug 5 ’08 World Café Live, Philadelphia, PA
Aug 7 ’08 Edmonton Folk Festival Edmonton, AB
Aug 28 ’08 The Music Hall Toronto, ON
Aug 29 ’08 Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
Aug 31 ’08 Ravina Highland Park, IL
Sep 2 ’08 The Pageant, St Louis, MO
Sep 3 ’08 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
Sep 4 ’08 Bama Theatre, Tuscaloosa, AL

Year Long Disaster to open for Foo Fighters

Year Long Disaster have been selected by the Foo Fighters, one of the world’s biggest rock bands, to take the opening slot on five dates during their Midwest run. The shows also feature special guests, Supergrass.

Year Long Disaster, the three-piece blues-based rock band of Daniel Davies (son of Dave Davies from The Kinks), Rich Mullins (Karma to Burn, Speedealer) and Brad Hargreaves (Third Eye Blind) are currently on their own nationwide tour with South Philly’s hard-rocking Burning Brides. Since the release of their eponymous debut on Volcom Entertainment, Year Long Disaster has brought their formidable live show to thousands of enthusiastic fans across the globe. They have toured extensively in both the United States and Europe sharing the stage with the likes of Velvet Revolver, The Sword, Clutch, Turbonegro, Nick Oliveri’s Mondo Generator, Dropkick Murphys, Valient Thorr, and The Cult.

The website for the wildly popular television network, Adult Swim, is hosting Year Long Disaster’s debut video for the single, “Leda Atomica,” which was written and directed by Matt Maiellaro of Aqua Teen Hunger Force fame.

Year Long Disaster’s debut has consistently received critical acclaim. Rolling Stone magazine heralded YLD as one of 2008’s Best New Bands in their annual 10 Artists to Watch feature and Relix magazine proclaimed that Year Long Disaster is, “a band on the verge,” and an artist, “you should know.”

Year Long Disaster Tour Dates:

6/24/08 Boston, MA Mid East Club

6/25/08 New York, NY Ace of Clubs

6/26/08 Philadelphia, PA The Khyber

6/27/08 Washington DC Black Cat

6/28/08 Baltimore, MD Otto Bar

Year Long Disaster on tour with Foo Fighters and Supergrass:

07/14/08 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre

07/15/08 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre

07/17/08 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center

07/19/08 Kansas City, MO Kemper Arena

07/20/08 Saint Louis, MO Scottrade Center

Sevendust on tour


The video for “Prodigal Son,” the first single off Sevendust’s new album Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow will be premiered today through Sunday the 22nd on Music Choice. Music Choice, the most popular On Demand music network in the country, will make the video accessible by millions of digital cable users across the country – including Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Cablevision, and Verizon FiOS subscribers. Sevendust’s “Prodigal Son” will also be available to high speed Internet / broadband customers with access to Music Choice’s free broadband music site.

Jump started by the return of original guitar player Clint Lowery to the band, Sevendust have been on the road non-stop since the release of Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow in April. The band’s current live attack is as ferocious as ever and they’ll continue to be road warriors this summer with performances at Milwaukee’s Summerfest and select dates with Godsmack, Alter Bridge, Tantric, Nonpoint and one stop on OZZFEST in Texas. Full list of confirmed dates are below. Sevendust will head overseas to perform for the US Armed Forces in Germany, Kuwait and Afghanistan for the first two weeks of July.

Sevendust’s 7th studio album Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow is out now on 7Bros. Records in conjunction with Warner Music Group’s Independent Label Group. The album features guest appearances from Chris Daughtry and Mark Tremonti and Myles Kennedy from Alter Bridge. Albums are available upon request.

Confirmed Tour Dates:
6/16 – Gothic Theatre Englewood, Colorado
6/18 – Dos Amigos Odessa, Texas
6/20 – Scout Bar San Antonio, Texas
6/21 – The Pavilion at Concrete St. Corpus Christi, Texas
6/22 – Meridian Houston, Texas
6/24 – Cains Ballroom Tulsa, Oklahoma
6/26 – Canopy Club Urbana, Illinois
6/27 – Milwaukee Summerfest 2008 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
6/28 – Harpo’s Detriot, Michigan
7/26 – Darien Lake Performing Arts Center w/ Godsmack, Tantric, Evans Blue, and Silvertide Darien Center, New York
7/27 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center w/ Godsmack, Alter Bridge Saratoga Springs, New York
7/29 – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel w/ Alter Bridge Providence, Rhode Island
7/30 – Webster Theatre w/ Alter Bridge Hartford, Connecticut
7/31 – Rams Head Live w/ Nonpoint, Soulidium Baltimore, Maryland
8/1 – The TLA w/ Nonpoint, Soulidium Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8/2 – Bogarts w/ Nonpoint, Soulidium Cincinnati, Ohio
8/4 – The Swamp w/ Nonpoint, Soulidium Ft. Walton Beach FL, Florida
8/5 – House of Blues w/ Nonpoint, Soulidium Lake Buena Vista
8/6 – Tabernacle w/ Alter Bridge, Soulidium Atlanta, Georgia
8/8 – House of Blue w/ Nonpoint, Soulidium New Orleans, Louisiana
8/9 – OZZFEST 2008 Pizza Hut Park Frisco, Texas
8/22 – Greyhound Park & Events Center Post Falls, Idaho

Testament on tour with Judas Priest


The legendary heavy metal heroes Testament have won the Metal Hammer GOLDEN GODS AWARD for Album of the Year for The Formation of Damnation. Testament beat out the other worthy contenders in this category: Atreyu, Bullet For My Valentine, Children Of Bodom and Down. All hail Heavy Metal Forever!

The Formation of Damnation debuted at #59 on the Billboard Top 200 and has sold nearly 33,000 copies since its April 29 release. The Formation of Damnation is Testament’s highest charting release in their 24-year history. The album also dominated at radio holding the #1 spot on both CMJ and FMQB for several consecutive weeks.

Testament will be on the Metal Masters Tour all summer long with Judas Priest, Heaven and Hell and Motorhead.

Testament with Judas Priest:

7/22 – Seattle, WA – Wamu Theater

7/23 – Victoria, British Columbia, Canada – Save On Foods Memorial

7/24 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – General Motors Place

7/26 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada – McMahon Stadium –Monsters of Rock

7/27 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – Shaw Conference Centre

7/29 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – Credit Union Centre

7/30 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – MTS Centre

7/31 – Minneapolis, MN – Epic (headlining)

Testament with Judas Priest, Heaven and Hell, and Motorhead:

8/01 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom (headlining)

8/03 – Montreal, Quebec – L’Olympia De Montreal Theatre (headlining)

8/04 – Quebec City, Quebec – Theater Imperial (headlining)

8/06 – Camden, NJ – Susquehanna Bank Center

8/07 – Bristow, VA – Nissan Pavilion

8/08 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance (headlining)

8/09 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center

8/10 – Wantagh, NY – Jones Beach Amphitheater

8/12 – Buffalo, NY – Erie County Fair (headlining)

8/13 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Molson Amphitheatre

8/14 – Worcester, MA – The Palladium

8/15 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Casino

8/16 – Burgettstown, PA – Post Gazette Pavilion

8/17 – Huntington, WV – Monkey Bar (headlining)

8/18 – Detroit, MI – DTE Energy Center

8/19 – Chicago, IL – First Midwest Bank Amphitheater

8/20 – St Louis, MO – Pageant Theatre

8/21 – Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom (headlining)

8/22 – Dallas, TX – Center

8/23 – Houston, TX – Cynthia Woods Pavilion

8/24 – San Antonio, TX – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

8/25 – El Paso, TX – Club 101

8/26 – Farmington, NM – Gators

8/27 – Albuquerque, NM – Journal Pavilion

8/28 – Phoenix, AZ – The Cricket Pavilion

8/29 – Tucson, AZ – Rialto

8/30 – Devore, CA – Glen Helen Pavilion

8/31 – San Francisco, CA – Shoreline Amphitheater