Battle Beast will release their highly expected new studio album titled Bringer of Pain. The album continues the developing of that heavy metal meets pop meets 80’s style concept that has made the band so unique around the world. But in 2017 Battle beast will not only celebrate the release of a new studio album, they are also getting ready for their first ever US tour in April and May as they will come along with Leaves Eyes to support Sabaton on their 2017 US tour.
The new Battle Beast album, Bringer of Pain could be described as the right amount of heavy metal that we need to kick off this 2017. Just like they did in 2015 with Unholy Savior, they are bringing a stronger album that delivers that straight heavy metal feeling, but just like they did back then they are adding that 80’s /pop feeling. Songs like King For A Day, We Will Fight, Straight to The Heart or Familiar Hell are some of the highlights that make this album so fun and spectacular at the same time.
Battle Beast is not only bringing new music to the hordes of fans around the world, the band will make thousands of American fans happy as they are also taking part on their first ever US tour this April and May along with Leaves Eyes and Sabaton. Since the band’s break into the US with their self-titled album in 2013 there has been an expectation and a desire from the American fans to have Battle Beast play in the US, and with this announcement the US fans would finally get to see one of the top European bands out there.
We recently talk with vocalist Noora Louhimo of Battle Beast about the new album Bringer of Pain, and about their upcoming North American tour. We also talked about their new guitar player Joona Björkroth and their upcoming show at Masters of Rock in the Czech Republic this summer.
Sabaton US Tour 2017
with Leaves’ Eyes & Battle Beast.
April 20 – Philadelphia, PA – The Trocadero
April 21 – New York City, NY – Playstation Theater
April 23 – Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
April 25 – Montreal, QE – Club Soda
April 26 – Quebec City, QE – Imperial de Quebec
April 27 – Toronto, ON – Opera House
April 28 – Cleveland, OH – The Agora Ballroom
April 30 – Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub and Billiards
May 1 – Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
May 2 – Minneapolis, MN – The Cabooze
May 3 – Winnipeg, MB – Park Theater
May 5 – Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
May 6 – Calgary, AB – The Palace
May 7 – Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater
May 8 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
May 10 – San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom
May 11 – Anaheim, CA – The Groove
May 12 – Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theater
May 14 – Englewood, CO – Gothic Theater
May 16 – Dallas, TX – Trees
May 17 – San Antonio, TX – Alamo Music Hall
May 18 – Houston, TX – Scout Bar
May 20 – Tampa, FL – Orpheum
May 21 – Charlotte, NC – The Underground
May 22 – Silver Springs, MD – The Fillmore