Starting this June, the mighty Armored Saint will head back out on the road, playing to fans across the world this summer. The first run of dates begin in the USA, with the band joining Metal Church for a special west coast trek. Armored Saint’s Joey Vera (bass) comments, “We’re super excited to go back out for some select dates this summer. The June dates with Metal Church are a fan-made match that is sure to be an amazing time!” As previously reported, Armored Saint will also make several European festival and club appearances this July, before concluding their world tour in Japan at Loud Park. See below for all upcoming dates! Armored Saint tour dates w/ Metal Church: June 3 – Corona, CA – M15 June 4 – Hollywood, CA – Whisky-A-Go-Go June 5 – San Diego, CA – Brick by Brick June 6 – Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl June 8 – San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge June 10 – Seattle, WA – Studio Seven June 11 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater Armored Saint tour dates: July 14 – London, UK – Underworld July 16 – Barcelona, Spain – Rock Fest Barcelona @ Parc de Can July 28 – Brande-Hornerkirchen, Germany – Headbangers Open Air July 29 – Saarbrucken, Germany – Saarmageddon @ Messegelande July 30 – Essen, Germany – Nord Open Air Oct. 8 – Tokyo, Japan – Loud Park Festival Armored Saint recently revamped their merchandise store to include a slew of new and classic designs, which can be viewed here: USA or Europe . For more news, current tour dates, and additional information, fans can also visit the newly updated official website . Also, on the web at: facebook.com/thearmoredsaint twitter.com/thearmoredsaint
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Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock will be releasing a live CD, DVD and Blu-ray, titled On A Mission: Live In Madrid , on April 27th in Japan, April 29th in Europe, and May 6th in North America. The concert was professionally filmed at a show in Madrid, Spain on November 19th, 2015 at the Joy Eslava. In addition to the double CD, Blue-ray and DVD version, there will also be a limited edition collector’s box. It is limited to 5,000 copies worldwide and provided with an individual serial number. Schenker’s band at the show included vocalist Doogie White, drummer Herman Rarebell, bassist Francis Buchholz and guitarist/keyboardist Wayne Findlay.