Here's a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
KAL MARKS / MEAT WAVE
Boston indie rockers Kal Marks have re-recorded "F*ck That Guy" off 2018's Universal Care with their current four-piece lineup, and they say this recording reflects the way the song has evolved at their live shows over time. They're also gearing up for a tour with Chicago garage punks Meat Wave, including a show at NYC's TV Eye on April 28 with support from Jobber (ex-Speedy Ortiz/Hellrazor).
UNDEROATH / BETTER LOVERS
Metalcore vets Underoath have announced a summer North American tour. The dates, which are in July and August, are co-headlining with The Ghost Inside, and also feature We Came As Romans and Better Lovers, the new project featuring former Every Time I Die members Jordan Buckley, Clayton “Goose” Holyoak, Stephen Micciche, frequent producer Will Putney, and vocalist Greg Puciato of the now-defunct Dillinger Escape Plan.
THE SISTERS OF MERCY
The Sisters of Mercy are gearing up for their first US in 15 years, which begins May 10 in DC and runs through June 13 in Mexico City and includes a stop at Las Vegas' Sick New World festival, and a BrooklynVegan-presented, sold-out show at NYC's Kings Theatre on June 2. After that, the band will hit Chile and Brazil, and have just announced UK and EU dates for the fall, which kick off with two London shows. All dates are here.
Having just headlined Coachella on Saturday, K-Pop band BLACKPINK have announced a return to the US for a few "encore" dates in August, beginning at NJ's Metlife Stadium on 8/12 and then hitting Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Tickets for those shows go on sale Friday, April 28 at 10 AM local time. All dates are here.