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The Different Fashion Styles Across Music Genres

For a lot of people, music and fashion are inseparable. Look at recording artists across genres, and you’ll see the importance of fashion into their craft and how they want their fans to see them. Fashion creates a distinctive style, and it’s one way for music artists and fans to channel their creativity and self-expression. 

For every music genre, there’s a fashion style that’s unique to it. When you talk about Hip-Hop, there’s the loose clothing and bling-bling. In country music, you’ll often see the classic cowboy hat and denim jacket. Although some things have changed in music over the years, this fusion of fashion and music is still there. 

So, if you want to dress according to your favorite music genre and know the different outfits inspired by your favorite music artists, read this article. 

Pop Music

Pop music has a peppy and youthful vibe to it. It’s characterized by lively beats and lyrics about life and love in general. This high-spirited and happy-go-lucky aspect of popular music is also translated into the fashion style of pop artists and their fans. 

Outfits of pop stars are sure to stand out among the crowd. Bold accessories, flashy clothing, high-waisted shorts, colorful hairstyles, you name it. It’s something that’s out of the ordinary. Since pop music icons are a staple in television and social media, it’s no surprise that their distinctive style creates waves in the fashion industry. 

Electronic Dance Music

Electronic Dance Music (EDM) was introduced on the music scene in the late 1980s. It’s the favorite music to play in nightclubs, with the help of a DJ tinkering on a turntable and a mixer. Like popular music, there’s also a youthful aspect to EDM. After all, EDM music is for dancing and partying. 

Although there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to EDM fashion, what’s certain is that it’s about making a bold statement. EDM fashion is so colorful and graphic, and it incorporates wild patterns, unique materials and funky colors. 

For instance, you can often see neon-colored sneakers and edgy clothing worn by people who love EDM music. 

R&B

Rhythm and Blues, or popularly known as R&B, often step in to the territory of popular music. But this music genre is closely linked to Soul and Blues, and, later, some aspects of Hip-Hop are also incorporated into R&B tracks. 

When it comes to its fashion, there’s a dash of class and sophistication to R&B. You often see Justin Timberlake and Usher wearing suits and ties in their music videos. For female artists, the trend is wearing high-waisted jeans and crop tops, which exude a combination of class and sexiness. 

Fashion accessories often include dress shoes, gold and silver jewelry, and luxury watches such as Nomos and Rolex. 

Rock

For sure, you know rock music. It’s one of the ageless music genres of all time, and it’s still popular today. Rock music is also a fashion-oriented genre. It has inspired the classic rebel look that often includes ripped jeans, leather shoes, leather jackets, band t-shirts and edgy accessories. 

Country and Folk Music

Country and folk music is known for using acoustic guitar, harmonica, banjos, violin, among other instruments. Country and folk singers also have a distinctive Southern accent in their singing voice, and their lyrics talk about life and romance. 

Artists in this music genre dress themselves up in Western-style wear, such as cowboy hats, boots, denim jeans, denim jackets and sundresses. Fashion accessories often include bandana, tassel necklace, bracelets, crossbody bag, among others. 

Hip-Hop

Hip-Hop music is arguably the most popular music genre today. It started in the 1970s in New York, and today almost all of the top songs in music charts are Hip-Hop tracks. 

This music genre has also made a huge contribution to the fashion industry. Hip-Hop fashion, also sometimes called big fashion, is characterized by baggy pants, big jewelry, baseball caps, hoodies and sneakers. 

But, right now, Hip-Hop artists are more fluid when it comes to what they wear. Tight jeans and designer clothing are now also worn by rappers and Hip-Hop artists. 

Reggae 

Reggae music traces its origin in Jamaica. It’s typically played in 4/4 time signature, with prominent bass lines, and off-beat rhythmic style. 

Aside from the incredible sound of Reggae, it’s also famous for popularizing one of the most laid-back fashion styles that we see today. Reggae fashion features beachwear and colorful accessories, such as bracelets, necklaces, sandals, and beanies (often with the colors of the flag of Jamaica). 

Takeaway

Every music genre has a unique fashion style. After all, music and fashion go hand-in-hand when it comes to promoting creativity and self-expression. If you want to dress according to your favorite music genre, take note of the fashion outfits and accessories mentioned in this article. 

Hall and Oates x Summer Tour

You don’t want to miss this!

6 Reasons Why Daryl Hall & John Oates Summer Tour is a Must-See

Click Here for Article

2020 Tour Dates * w/ Squeeze ^ w/ KT Tunstall
March 21 – Fantasy Springs Resort – Indio, CA
March 27 – Neal S. Blaisdell Center – Honolulu, HI
March 29 – Maui Arts & Cultural Center– Kahului, HI
May 15 – Foxwoods – Mashantucket, CT
May 16 – Foxwoods – Mashantucket, CT
May 23 – HoagieNation – Philadelphia, PA *^
May 29 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA *^
May 31 – North Island Credit Union Amphitheater – Chula Vista, CA *^
June 3 – Moda Centre – Portland, OR *^
June 5 – White River Amphitheater – Auburn, WA *^
June 7 – Toyota Amphitheater – Wheatland, CA *^
June 10 – Shoreline Amphitheater – Mountain View, CA *^
June 12 – Ak-Chin Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ *^
June 14 – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO *^
June 17 – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas, TX *^
June 19 – Austin 360 Amphitheater – Austin, TX *^
June 21 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX *^
July 10 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ON *^
July 12 – Riverbend Music Theatre – Cincinnati, OH *^
July 14 – Blossom Music Center – Cleveland, OH *^
July 16 – Xcel Energy – St. Paul, MN *^
July 18 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – Chicago, IL *^
July 20 – DTE Energy Music Theatre – Detroit, MI *^
July 22 – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center – Noblesville, IN *^
July 24 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – St. Louis, MO *^
July 26 – AmFAM Amphitheater – Milwaukee, WI *^
July 28 – T Bank Pavilion – Pittsburgh, PA *^
July 30 – Lakeview Amphitheater – Syracuse, NY *^
August 13 – Ameris Bank Amphitheater – Atlanta, GA *^
August 15 – MidFlorida CreditUnion Amphitheater – Tampa, FL *^
August 18 – PNC Music Pavilion – Charlotte, NC *^
August 20 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater – Virginia Beach, VA *^
August 22 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD *^
August 25 – PNC Bank Arts Arena – Holmdel, NJ *^
August 27 – Nassau Veterans Memorial Colosseum – Uniondale, NY *^
August 29 – Xfinity Center – Mansfield, MA *^
August 31 – Saratoga PAC – Saratoga Springs, NY *^
September 2 – Bank of NH Pavilion – Gilford, NH *^

Click HERE for Full Tour Details
Wolfson Entertainment | Wolfson Entertainment Inc.

 

Hall & Oates, Summer Tour, Wolfson Entertainment, Vaughn Lowery, 360 Magazine,

Chris Cornell: Grammy Winner’s Deluxe Release

CHRIS CORNELL 2020 GRAMMY® AWARD WINNER FOR BEST RECORDING PACKAGE

INCLUDES 2019 GRAMMY® WINNING TRACK “WHEN BAD DOES GOOD”

Chris Cornell, the 17-track self-titled 2LP, was recognized by the Recording Academy and the wider industry with a GRAMMY® Award for Best Recording Packaging at the 2020 ceremonies.  This award is the second GRAMMY® Award tied to this release, the first being in 2019 for Best Rock Performance for the previously unreleased track, “When Bad Does Good.”

Chris Cornell commemorates his life and legacy not only as a singer, but as a poet and one of the most prolific writers and greatest voices of the modern rock era. Vicky Cornell wanted to create a special album for the fans that would include a selection of Chris’ expansive career, showcasing the breadth of his work and contribution to music history with selections culled from the deep catalogs of his three influential bands— Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave— as well as songs from his solo career. She turned to producer Brendan O’Brien, who was a trusted partner to Cornell over the years, and Jeff Ament who created the packaging for Chris Cornell, now a 2020 GRAMMY® winner.

“I am grateful to Jeff Ament and everyone who helped create such a beautiful work of art from beginning to end, in loving memory and in tribute to Chris – he would be so proud!” said Vicky Cornell. “And a huge thanks to all the fans who’s love and support have carried Chris’s legacy forward. Our children and I thank you from the bottom of our hearts for keeping his memory alive. Chris Cornell Forever!”

“When Bad Does Good,” was produced, recorded, and mixed by Cornell, and was found in his personal recordings archive. The track was a favorite of his and it wasn’t until friend Josh Brolin reminded Vicky of the unreleased song that she decided to share it with his fans. Cornell won Best Rock Performance posthumously at the 61st GRAMMY Awards for “When Bad Does Good.” 

Watch Chris’s 12-year-old son, Christopher pay tribute to his dad in the official video for “When Bad Does Good,” here.

Chris Cornell is available as the GRAMMY® Award Winning 2LP, in addition to the Deluxe Edition 4CD, 1 CD and Digital versions, plus the limited-edition color vinyl Super Deluxe LP box set, re-released in 2019 due to overwhelming demand for the 2018 pressing of the original collection. The box set has been re-released by Cornell’s wife, Vicky Cornell on behalf of The Chris Cornell Estate through UMe, and is available exclusively via the Chris Cornell official store.

The Super Deluxe 4CD, 1DVD, and 180-gram 7LP limited-edition color vinyl box set holds 88 tracks — 64 songs plus 24 videos. Also included in the Super Deluxe box are a 66-page hardcover photo book wrapped in linen with a red foil signature cover, three artist lithos, three photochromatic lithos inspired by Cornell’s lyrical fascination about the sun (images are brought to life by holding under direct sunlight), a turntable mat, a microfiber vinyl cleaning cloth, and a 36×48-inch wall poster.

CHRIS CORNELL
LP ONE
A1. Loud Love [Soundgarden]
A2. Outshined [Soundgarden]
A3. Hunger Strike [Temple of the Dog]
A4. Seasons

B1. Black Hole Sun [Soundgarden]
B2. Can’t Change Me
B3. Like A Stone [Audioslave]
B4. Be Yourself [Audioslave]

LP TWO
C1. You Know My Name
C2. Billie Jean
C3. Long Gone (Rock Version)
C4. Call Me A Dog (Live Acoustic)
C5. Been Away Too Long [Soundgarden]

D1. Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart
D2. Nothing Compares 2 U (Live at Sirius XM)**
D3. The PromiseD4.When Bad Does Good**

** Denotes previously unreleased material

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AGAT

Agat hails from Tel-Aviv. Her immense talent captivates listeners with her intrinsic synth-pop sound.

Embraced with a rich soundtrack during her childhood with the likes of Led Zeppelin, Stevie Wonder and The Beatles, the Israeli songstress possessed musical skills which led her to composing her own material. She plays different instruments and often delves into diverse musical cultures and styles. As part of exploring her talents, Agat began performing in groups and bands. Ultimately, that participation became an expressive outlet for her creativity.

After dropping out of school to study music, Agat started investigating jazz harmony; and eventually halted her lessons and focused on writing for her own projects. In the past year, she decided to put the majority of her energy into launching her own sound – genre bending electronic and rock. Experimenting with different sounds and drawing from inspirations like David Bowie, Chris Cornell and Mike Patton, she continues to construct tracks for fearless people whom lives life with no boundaries.

For all things Agat go HERE.

VOLBEAT DEBUT NEW SONG, “PELVIS ON FIRE”

Multi-platinum Danish rock band Volbeat debut their new song “Pelvis on Fire,” a cheeky nod to the fun and frivolous rock of yore. “It’s a pure rock ‘n’ roller,” according to Poulsen. “When you hear songs from the ‘50s and ‘60s, and read the lyrics, they are not that deep. But it sounds great. It is a feeling. It’s a movement. It’s sexuality. It’s emotional and that thing we feel when we hear good rock ‘n’ roll.” Listen to “Pelvis on Fire,” off Volbeat’s forthcoming Rewind, Replay, Rebound (August 2nd, Republic Records) here.

Volbeat’s 29-date tour tour in support of Slipknot, on their extensive Knotfest Roadshow North American Tour as special guests, will kick off today in Mountain View, CA with additional stops in Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and Austin (full dates below).  Tickets for these dates are on sale now here.

 

Photo Credit: Ross Halfin

City Morgue “Dawg”

Hikari-Ultra/Republic Records duo City Morgue releases their new track and video “DAWG” today.
 
Watch
 “DAWG” HERE
Listen to “DAWG”: HERE
 
The melding of Rock and Rap is a concept that’s existed within the underbelly of music for decades, yet few have done what
 City Morgue is doing. When upstarts SosMula and ZillaKami come together, their fusion is seamless—oozing true skill with a reckless lack of fucks left to give. On their debut mixtape City Morgue Vol. 1: Hell or High Water, the dynamic duo delivered a new and exciting vibe for any fan of true music—from hip-hop to metal. Together they are City Morgue, and from the end of 2017, the two erupted Soundcloud with millions of listsens. City Morgue continues the movement that two have forged, with more tracks that reach a wider audience to come.

Chris Stewart, 360 MAGAZINE

May the Sky

By Vaughn Lowery

The emerging indie rock band, May the Sky [MTS], is based in Dayton, OH. Their exclusive, “Won” from the new EP Discoveries is an anthemic masterpiece which is reminiscent of the iconic Bohemian Rhapsody and some of their mantras. Hard hitting melodies alongside of dramatic drums and rhythmic guitar riffs. Brilliant lyrics coupled with effortless vocals and orchestration make this alternative ensemble ooze marketability. It’s been a long time since we have tripped upon a gem like MTS. Both epic and spellbinding.

Listen now.

George Thorogood To Host “Red, White and Rock 2019”

GEORGE THOROGOOD TO HOST ABC RADIO’S “RED, WHITE AND ROCK 2019” SPECIAL – AIRING JULY 4 WEEKEND

Rock legend George Thorogood will host ABC Radio’s “Red, White and Rock 2019” music special that will air on ABC affiliates over the upcoming July 4 holiday weekend – July 4, 5, 6 and 7 (airing at different times in different markets).

“Red, White and Rock 2019” will feature rock music from American bands and artists including Aerosmith, The Allman Brothers Band, Heart, Cheap Trick, Santana, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Tom Petty, Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen, Van Halen, ZZ Top, and more.  The special features insights into the music from rock icons and celebrates the cities, artists and songs that comprise the proud landscape of American rock and roll.

George Thorogood And The Destroyers is currently on their summer / fall “Good To Be Bad: 45 Years of Rock” 31-city tour, that began on June 22 in Hinckley, Minnesota and continues through October 19 in Battle Creek, Michigan (with additional dates forthcoming).

The group is in their fifth consecutive year of supporting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) by donating $1 from each ticket sold at participating venues on their “Good To Be Bad: 45 Years of Rock” tour to LLS.   Additionally, Epiphone recently announced the release of the Ltd. Ed. George Thorogood “White Fang” ES-125TDC Outfit guitar.

Below are markets/stations where the special will air:

New York, NY WBPM-FM
New York, NY WJGK-FM
Chicago, IL WKQX-HD2
Chicago, IL WLPO-AM
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX KBUS-FM
Houston, TX KHVL-AM
Seattle-Tacoma, WA KPQ-FM
Denver, CO KCOW-AM
Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, CA KSEG-FM
Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, CA KODS-FM
Nashville, TN WRUS-AM
Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York, PA WLUI-AM
Jacksonville, FL WSOS-AM
Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem, NC WTOB-AM
Albuquerque-Santa Fe, NM KRWN-FM
Memphis, TN WEGR-FM
Buffalo, NY WGWE-FM
Buffalo, NY WDOE-AM
Wilkes Barre-Scranton, PA WEZX-FM
Lexington, KY WKYM-FM
Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, MI WILZ-FM
Honolulu, HI KRKH-FM
Honolulu, HI KORL-HD2
Omaha, NE KSWI-FM
Charleston-Huntington, WV WZZZ-FM
Springfield, MO KSPQ-FM
Tucson, AZ KLPX-FM
Des Moines-Ames, IA KEDB-FM
Wichita – Hutchinson, KS KFXJ-FM
Syracuse, NY WIII-FM
Portland-Auburn, ME WLKZ-FM
El Paso, TX KVLC-FM
Jackson, MS WVBG-FM
Davenport, IA-Rock Island-Moline, IL KCQQ-FM
South Bend-Elkhart, IN WRSW-FM
Boise, ID KKGL-FM
Tri-Cities, TN-VA WVEK-FM
Ft. Wayne, IN WARU-FM
Ft. Wayne, IN WXKE-FM
Augusta, GA WKSX-FM
Greenville-New Bern-Washington, NC WAVQ-AM
Lincoln-Hastings-Kearney, NE KRGY-FM
Fargo-Valley City, ND KPFX-FM
Fargo-Valley City, ND KDVL-FM
Macon, GA WBML-AM
Traverse City-Cadillac, MI WKLZ-FM
Traverse City-Cadillac, MI WKLT-FM
Lafayette, LA KVPI-FM
Eugene, OR KLOO-FM
Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo, KZOZ-FM
La Crosse-Eau Claire, WI WPRE-AM
Amarillo, TX KLMX-FM
Wausau-Rhinelander, WI WGLX-FM
Medford-Klamath Falls, OR KFXX-FM
Salisbury, MD WNCL-FM
Minot-Bismarck-Dickinson, ND KATQ-FM
Sioux City, IA KUQQ-FM
Rochester, MN-Mason City, IA-Austin, MN KLKK-FM
Bangor, ME WWMJ-FM
Gainesville, FL WXOF-FM
Idaho Falls-Pocatello, ID KSRA-FM
Missoula, MT KZOQ-FM
Rapid City, SD KQRQ-FM
Elmira, NY WMTT-FM
Grand Junction-Montrose, CO KSTR-FM
Parkersburg, WV WRZZ-FM
Cheyenne, WY-Scottsbluff, NE KMOR-FM
Great Falls, MT KMON-HD4
Lima, OH WBUK-FM

Local Natives Concert Review

On Saturday night, a five-piece-indie-rock band, Local Natives brought the energy to the Palladium with their symphonic tones, unique instrumentals, and airy soft lyrics. The LA native band played multiple songs throughout the night from their new album Violet Streets. This album explores adulthood, love, and friendships.

The band opened the show with a piece called “Vogue” from their album Violet Streets. The band then quickly livened up the audience by singing one of their older songs, “Sun Hands” in which lead singer, Taylor Rice jumped into the sea of screaming fans to crowd surf. 

The fans continued screaming throughout the show, especially once the band played the song, “Fountains of Youth”, which was a song released in November of 2016, right before the elections took place. 

The group finished their set with the song “When Am I Gonna Lose You”, which lead singer, Rice, explained was an ode to love. As the LA native boy band announced their last song, the crowd was in tears. The phrase “encore” could be heard from miles away. The band came back on to perform a few more songs until they had to say their last goodbye.

Complete with stunning light shows, seamless transitions, and phenomenal vocals, the Local Natives seemed to impress the crowd.

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Volbeat

Today multi-platinum Danish rock band Volbeat debut the music video for their new song “Last Day Under The Sun,” from their upcoming album Rewind, Replay, Rebound. The video was directed by Jakob Printzlau, who has previously directed Volbeat’s videos for “The Devil’s Bleeding Crown,” “Lonesome Rider” “16 Dollars” and “Cape Of Our Hero.” Michael Poulsen, guitarist and lead singer for the band, reveals that the lyrics for the song were inspired by a book about Johnny Cash: “When I read his book, he went through tough times with alcohol and drugs… He walked into a cave to lay down to die. But he wakes up and feels like he has been given a second chance.” Watch the video for “Last Day Under The Sun” here. Check out “Last Day Under The Sun”here.

Volbeat will release their seventh album Rewind, Replay, Rebound, on August 2nd via Republic Records. For the album, Volbeat— Michael Poulsen (guitars/vocals), Rob Caggiano (guitars), Kaspar Boye Larsen (bass), and Jon Larsen (drums) —build upon the distinct, psychobilly, punk-tinged rock ‘n’ roll sound they are known for, while reaching for new creative summits. “The whole point for us going into the studio, is because you still have something to prove — not just for the fans, but mostly for yourself,” says Poulsen. “We would not be able to do this record if it wasn’t for the work we have done in the past. No matter how old the band gets or how many records we do, there is always going to be that signature sound.” Rewind, Replay, Rebound is available for pre-order on all formats here, including a 2 CD deluxe edition, a special deluxe edition box set, and transparent and blue colored vinyl, numbered and limited to 1,000 copies each.

At this point in their already storied career, Volbeat have opened for Metallica, Motorhead and Slipknot, garnered a 2014 Best Metal Performance Grammy nomination for “Room 24” and won multiple Danish Music Awards. For this album, they mine their own personal histories and that of their genre. The song “When We Were Kids” finds Volbeat ruminating on immortality and innocence we all naively experience in our youth, while “Rewind the Exit” and “Die to Live” both explore how the pursuit of perfection can be a hollow goal.

Rewind, Replay, Rebound was produced by long-time collaborator Jacob Hansen and co-produced by Rob Caggiano and Michael Poulsen. This marks the first studio album with Kaspar Boye Larsen on bass. To achieve the album’s sound the band also drew upon a myriad of guests including backing vocalist Mia Maja and the Harlem Gospel Choir, who both return after appearing on 2016’s Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie. Clutch vocalist Neil Fallon is featured on “Die to Live,” a collaboration that is the result of the bands touring together and a love for the singer’s gruff and powerful style. Raynier Jacob Jacildo (piano) and Doug Corocran (saxophone) of JD McPherson’s band also lend their talents to the song. “Cheapside Sloggers” features a ripping guitar solo by Exodus and Slayer guitarist Gary Holt. Ultimately, Volbeat have not lost their passion to create and progress. It’s that which keeps them hungry — and musically honest on the new album.

The band has also announced the first leg of the Rewind, Replay, Rebound World Tour, with support from Baroness & Danko Jones. This tour will find the band performing in cities including London, Madrid, Berlin, Hamburg and Stockholm (full dates below) and tickets for all dates are on sale now here.

The band has previously announced that they will join Slipknot on their extensive Knotfest Roadshow North American Tour as special guests, alongside Gojira and Behemoth. The 29-date tour will kick off July 26th in Mountain View, CA with additional stops in Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and Austin (full dates below).  Tickets for these dates are on sale now here.

VOLBEAT emerged from Copenhagen in 2001. Since then, they’ve tirelessly clawed their way to hard rock’s upper echelon with endless touring and a string of six beloved full-length albums. Recently, their 2010 album Beyond Hell/Above Heaven, which features hit singles “A Warrior’s Call” and “Heaven Nor Hell,” received RIAA Gold Certification. 2013’s Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies bowed at #9 on the Billboard Top 200 upon release marking the highest U.S. chart entry for a Danish Act since 1997 until the band’s 2016 albumSeal The Deal & Let’s Boogie topped it by debuting at #4. Most recently the band released Let’s Boogie! Live At Telia Parken, a concert film and album documenting their landmark 2017 Copenhagen show in front of 48,250 fans, the largest show a Danish band has ever performed in Denmark.

Rewind, Replay, Rebound Track Listing
Standard CD/2LP:
1. Last Day Under The Sun
2. Pelvis On Fire
3. Rewind The Exit
4. Die To Live (feat. Neil Fallon)
5. When We Were Kids
6. Sorry Sack of Bones
7. Cloud 9
8. Cheapside Sloggers
9. Maybe I Believe
10. Parasite
11. Leviathan
12. The Awakening of Bonnie Parker
13. The Everlasting
14. 7:24

Deluxe 2CD/Digital
Disc 1:
1. Last Day Under The Sun
2. Pelvis On Fire
3. Rewind The Exit
4. Die To Live (feat. Neil Fallon)
5. When We Were Kids
6. Sorry Sack of Bones
7. Cloud 9
8. Cheapside Sloggers
9. Maybe I Believe
10. Parasite
11. Leviathan
12. The Awakening of Bonnie Parker
13. The Everlasting
14. 7:24

Disc 2:
1. Under The Influence
2. Immortal But Destructible
3. Die To Live
4. Last Day Under The Sun (Demo)
5. Rewind The Exit (Demo)
6. When We Were Kids (Demo)
7. Maybe I Believe (Demo)
8. Leviathan (Demo)

Volbeat Tour
June 28 /// Oslo, Norway /// Tons of Rock Festival
June 29 /// Aarhus, Denmark /// Ceres Park
July 26 /// Mountain View, CA /// Shoreline Amphitheater*
July 27 /// San Bernardino, CA /// Glen Helen Amphitheatre*
July 30 /// Auburn, WA/// White River Amphitheatre*
August 1 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// USANA Amphitheatre*
August 3 /// Albuquerque, NM /// Isleta Amphitheater*
August 4 /// Phoenix, AZ /// Ak-Chin Pavilion*
August 6 /// Denver, CO /// Pepsi Center*
August 8 /// Lincoln, NE /// Pinnacle Bank Arena*
August 9 ///  Sturgis, SD /// Sturgis Buffalo Chip Rally
August 11 /// Tinley Park, IL /// Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre*
August 12 /// Clarkston, MI /// DTE Energy Music Theatre*
August 14 /// Virginia Beach, VA /// Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater*
August 16 /// Noblesville, IN /// Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center*
August 17 /// Bonner Springs, KS /// Providence Medical Center Amphitheater*
August 18 /// Maryland Heights, MO /// Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre*
August 20 /// Toronto, ON /// Budweiser Stage*
August 21 /// Saratoga Springs, NY /// Saratoga Performing Arts Center*
August 23 /// Burgettstown, PA /// KeyBank Pavilion*
August 24 /// Scranton, PA /// The Pavilion at Montage Mountain*
August 25 /// Darien Center, NY /// Darien Lake Amphitheater*
August 27 /// Mansfield, MA /// Xfinity Center*
August 28 /// Wantagh, NY /// Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater*
August 30 /// Holmdel, NJ /// PNC Bank Arts Center*
August 31 /// Camden, NJ /// BB&T Pavilion*
September 1 /// Bristow, VA /// Jiffy Lube Live*
September 3 /// Alpharetta, GA /// Ameris Bank Amphitheatre*
September 4 /// Tampa, FL /// MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre*
September 6 /// Austin, TX /// Austin 360 Amphitheater*
September 7 /// Dallas, TX /// Dos Equis Pavilion*
September 8 /// The Woodlands, TX /// Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman*
September 23 /// Newcastle, UK /// O2 Academy^
September 24 /// Glasgow, UK /// O2 Academy^
September 26 /// London, UK /// O2 Academy Brixton^
September 28 /// Bristol, UK /// O2 Academy^
September 30 /// Birmingham, UK /// O2 Academy^
October 1 /// Manchester, UK /// O2 Apollo^
October 3 /// Belfast, UK /// Ulster Hall^
October 4 /// Dublin, IE /// Olympia Theatre^
October 6 /// Paris, FR /// L’Olympia^
October 7 /// Luxembourg, LU /// Rockhal^
October 9 /// Madrid, ES /// La Riviera^
October 10 /// Lisbon, PT /// Coliseum^
October 12 /// Barcelona, ES /// Razzmatazz^
October 14 /// Milan, IT /// Fabrique^
October 29 /// Warsaw, PL /// Torwar Arena^
October 31 /// Prague, CZ /// O2 Universum^
November 1 /// Berlin, DE /// Mercedes-Benz Arena^
November 3 /// Stuttgart, DE /// Schleyerhalle^
November 5 /// Zurich, CH /// Hallenstadion^
November 7 /// Frankfurt, DE /// Festhalle^
November 8 /// Munich, DE /// Olympiahalle^
November 10 /// Leipzig, DE /// Arena Leipzig^
November 11 /// Hamburg, DE /// Barclaycard Arena^
November 12 /// Hamburg, DE /// Barclaycard Arena^
November 14 /// Cologne, DE /// Lanxess Arena^
November 15 /// Cologne, DE /// Lanxess Arena^
November 17 /// Vienna, AT /// Stadhalle^
November 19 /// Amsterdam, NL ///  Ziggo Dome^
November 21 /// Antwerp, BE  /// Lotto Arena^
November 27 /// Helsinki, FI /// Hartwall Arena^
November 29 /// Stockholm, SE /// Tele2 Arena^
* Knotfest Roadshow w/ Slipknot, Gojira & Behemoth
^ Rewind, Replay, Rebound World Tour with special guests Baroness and Danko Jones