Gold-certified Columbus rock band BEARTOOTH have announced a safe and socially distanced drive-in concert that will take place in the Menominee Nation Arena parking lot in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The one-night-only and one-of-a-kind show is set for Friday, October 9 and will be presented by WZOR.
Physical music sales are continuing to dwindle as the music industry continues to move predominantly towards streaming, and that has made it more difficult than ever for bands – especially rock and metal bands – to get any kind of RIAA certifications. Gone are the days when albums like Hybrid Theory would end up selling enough records in a week to go Silver or even Gold in just a couple weeks, but that doesn’t mean these accolades are completely nonexistent now.
After the demise of Attack Attack!, Caleb Shomo had plenty to prove with his new project, Beartooth. Success came rather quickly – the band has toured with some huge names as well as headlining their own tours over the span of 3 full-length album cycles – but the latest accolade for the band is one of their most impressive.
Motionless In White 2019. Photo by Mya Tolliver.
Motionless In White and Beartooth have announced a co-headline tour set for January 2020. The “Diseased & Disguised Tour” kicks off January 4 in Seattle, Washington and runs through January 30 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Additional support bands will be made known in the coming weeks.
Fresh off the release of new single “Rescue Me”, and with the release of new music hopefully imminent, Ocala’s favorite sons A Day To Remember have announced a massive fall headlining tour hitting North America. Joining ADTR is Beartooth and I Prevail, who are both supporting successful new albums. Check out the full tour routing below.