The Press Release:
NYC rockers Spread Eagle have announced their “Subway To The Stars Spring Tour 2020” in USA and Canada, supporting their new album on Frontiers Music SRL. Just in time for the holidays, the Subway To The Stars US/Canada Tour announcement comes as a special treat for fans. These are the first Spread Eagle shows since 2017 and symbolize the official rebirth of the band. So if there’s one near you, don’t miss it! With the new album Subway To The Stars, Spread Eagle have proven they’re not just a blast from the past but a serious talent taking Rock music into the future. Ride on!
The Tour Dates:
March 20: Glen Burnie MD @ La Fontaine Bleue (Ballroom Blitz Festival)
May 23: Amityville NY @ Revolution Music Hall
May 29: New Bedford, MA @ The Vault Music Hall
May 30: Poughkeepsie NY @ Chance Theatre
May 31: Clifton NJ @ Dingbatz
June 3: Montreal QUE @ Piranha Bar
June 4: Toronto ONT @ Velvet Underground
June 5: Detroit MI @ Token Lounge
June 6: Joliet IL @ The Forge
June 7: Minneapolis MN @ Whiskey Junction
Sound Of Speed: https://youtu.be/_YWYEhwArMc
Switchblade Serenade: https://youtu.be/sQfbxl1rmLw
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PiercingMetal Thoughts: Historically speaking, I think I’ve only ever caught Spread Eagle in action once or twice but definitely not more than that. This was way back in the day when I used to go to a lot of shows and then just didn’t for a little bit of time to focus on work and the other adulting crap that we all face at one point or another. I really enjoyed the bands debut album and sadly was not able to catch any of their reunion shows of a few years ago so if they end up in NYC I will be making sure to be on point. I’ve kept up with some of their members as they work in other projects like Weapons of Anew, Sebastian Bach and UFO and feel it will be exciting to watch them rocking out some of their classics together once more. What do you think about this tour announcemen? Is it something that you would be rallying behind? Chime in down in the comments section and I will see you next time.
Official Website: http://www.spreadeagle.us
It’s Halloween and with this post I am giving you a treat that will not promote tooth decay nor lead you to issues with your waistline. In the spirit of my inquiries that featured “Music Resolutions”; I’ve polled a number of Metal and Rock musicians in my world and asked them “What is your favorite Horror movie and why”. So get some popcorn, dim the lights and sit under a cozy blanket as we learn of some awesome talents favorite creepy film. It’s a lengthy list but splitting this one into parts didn’t make sense. Let’s go.
Chris Caffery (Savatage/Trans-Siberian Orchestra): “Halloween”. Because it was the only movie that not only scared me in the theaters it scared me afterwards in real life. In my opinion it’s the best horror film ever made. In the sense of true horror. A real killer. There was no superhuman bs in the first one. Just pure evil.
Gogo Melone (Aeonian Sorrow): From old films was “Dracula”… I really like the atmosphere and as a kid I was a big fan of vampires. The movie that scared my ass off the most and had nightmares for days with, were “The Ring” and “The Exorcism of Emily Rose”…I don’t think I’ll ever see them twice again ??
Jimmy Kunes (Cactus): God there’s so many. “Fearless Vampire Killers”, I know it’s a spoof. But what a film!!!
Elise Ryd (Amaranthe): “The Shining”. Those two kids are the most scary thing I’ve seen. And I don’t like that dude Johnny towards the end. “Here’s Johnny” ? And this is true.. Every time I’m in a hotel with long corridors I expect those kids to show up in the end of the hallway. Haha, that image is haunting me, STILL! It’s Enshrined in my memory.
Archie Kuosmanen (Santa Cruz): Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining because it’s the undisputed heavyweight champion of horror flicks!
Continue reading Happy Halloween 2017: Rockers Divulge Their Favorite Horror Films
Gimme Five!!!! Remember when that was a common exchange between friends? No? I guess you younger readers would not recognize it since everything appears to be a “pound” these days. Anyway, before I get too off course here, please allow me to welcome you to PiercingMetal’s “New Year’s Music Resolutions” for 2014; This is Chapter 5 an it’s waiting for your perusal. Please read on.
1. Carmine Appice: Haven’t really thought about it . Much more in goals ! Mine are to get my label Rocker Records going to get out cool product . To make my Historical Rod tribute show a success along with Legacy X my new group with Joe Lynn Turner Tony franklin and Jeff Watson a success . And bring back Analog!!!
2. Amanda Kiernan (Order Of Chaos/Into Eternity): My music resolution .. Well .. 2014 ! I want to release Into Eternity album and The Order of Chaos album! I want these songs to change lives and create positive inspiration in every listener. I want to travel the whole world and meet as many ppl as I can! Learn and grow mentally physically and musically I want to spread my love and happiness through out the whole world through my song and my presence .. If I were to get a bit greedy .. My resolution every year is to become a Rockstar! Cover of the Rolling Stone magazine
Continue reading New Year’s Music Resolutions for 2014: Chapter 5