ALL HAIL THE YETI Locks Hollywood Undead, In This Moment, East Of The Wall Tours

By on March 3, 2013

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Los Angeles’ ALL HAIL THE YETI is set to embark on the first of three North American tours in just a few short days, as the crew continues to take their brutal and melodic groove-heavy anthems to new audiences in support of their self-titled debut full-length, released at the end of August worldwide via AFM Records.

 

This Monday, March 4th, the outfit will kick off the mayhem in Reno, Nevada supporting Hollywood Undead alongside Abandon All Ships and Dance Gavin Dance on a seventeen-city romp through the upper US and most of Canada, closing down in Providence, Rhode Island on March 27th. The next day ALL HAIL THE YETI will provide support for In This Moment for shows in Springfield, Illinois, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Clifton Park, New York. And two weeks after the trio of shows with In This Moment ALL HAIL THE YETI join East Of The Wall on an action-packed eleven-date tour of the East Coast and Upper Midwest states, with Meek Is Murder, Family, Exotic Animal Petting Zoo and more also set to appear on regional dates.

 

Check out the band’s raging “wild west style” video for “The Art Of Mourning,” chock full of tales of love and redemption through brutal gunfights, gory head-shots, lynchings and more, alongside other AHTY goods, HERE.

 

ALL HAIL THE YETI w/ Hollywood Undead, Abandon All Ships, Dance Gavin Dance:

3/04/2013 Knitting Factory – Reno, NV

3/06/2013 Knitting Factory – Boise, ID

3/07/2013 Knitting Facotry – Spokane, WA

3/08/2013 Roseland Theater – Portland, OR

3/09/2013 Richshaw Theater – Vancouver, BC

3/11/2013 Macewan Hall Ballroom – Calgary, AB

3/12/2013 Starlite Room – Edmonton, AB

3/13/2013 Odeon Events Centre – Saskatoon, SK

3/15/2013 Garrick Event Center – Winnipeg, MB

3/16/2013 The Venue @ The Hub – Fargo, ND

3/19/2013 London Concert Theatre – London, ON

3/20/2013 The Phoenix – Toronto, ON

3/21/2013 Guelph Concert Theatre – Guelph, ON

3/23/2013 Theatre Palace – Jonquiere, QC

3/24/2013 Imperial De Quebec – Quebec City, QC

3/25/2013 Marcellin-Champagnat – Laval, QC

3/27/2013 Fete (Ballroom) – Providence, RI

 

ALL HAIL THE YETI w/ In This Moment:

3/28/2013 Boondocks – Springfield, IL

3/29/2013 The Rex Theater – Pittsburgh, PA

3/30/2013 Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY

 

ALL HAIL THE YETI w/ East Of The Wall:

4/12/2013 Brighton Bar – Long Branch, NJ
4/13/2013 The Studio at Webster Hall – New York, NY w/ Meek Is Murder, Family
4/14/2013 Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
4/16/2013 The Depot – York, PA
4/17/2013 TBA – Pittsburgh, PA
4/18/2013 V Club – Huntington, WV
4/19/2013 Cheers – South Bend, IN w/ Exotic Animal Petting Zoo
4/20/2013 Planet Rock – Battle Creek, MI w/ Exotic Animal Petting Zoo
4/21/2013 Ultra Lounge – Chicago, IL w/ Exotic Animal Petting Zoo
4/22/2013 The Rockery – Detroit, MI
4/23/2013 Annabell’s – Akron, OH

 

“It’s an amazing mixture of Down, Ministry, and White Zombie. The main groove that prowls through ‘Deep Creek’ is wicked… bitchin vocals and sweet as sarsaparilla harmonies, amazing groovilicious guitar riffs, sick and sultry bass lines, and hard driving drums. All Hail The Yeti is a perfect frakking album. 10/10” – This Is Not A Scene

 

“All Hail The Yeti manage to separate themselves from a sea of sludge metal, stoner metal, and hardcore bands who are big on hope and short on ability. Every element here is not only relevant, but essential.” – Heavy Planet

 

“The band has cultivated its sludge metal, hardcore and groove-laden hard rock influences to form a solid, rock ’em sock ‘em unit. The band’s 11 tracks of modern metal is mixed with a doomy/sludgy old school mentality by taking lessons from Black Sabbath, Corrosion of Conformity and Black Sabbath.” – Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles

 

“I’m not sure exactly how I’d describe ALL HAIL THE YETI. I think the best I can do is call them “Hollywood Hillbilly.” If there we a trailer park on Sunset Strip, I’m sure you’d find these SoCal metalers there distilling their own ‘shine and packing homemade fireworks.” – Hails & Horns

 

“Imagine for a moment, an alternative universe where Hell Yeah are actually a great band. One that actually lives up to the legacy left by it’s predecessors in Pantera, Damageplan and Mudvayne.  Sounds good, doesn’t it? Well, you’re in luck, All Hail The Yeti are that band.” – HeavyBlogIsHeavy

 

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DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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