Pain of Salvation tour

2014-07-17 by OmairSh | 15 Comments
Progressive metal band Pain of Salvation have announced a number of shows in the US and Canada for the month of September. This represents the first tour after band leader Daniel recovered from a flesh-eating bacteria infection that had hospitalised him for months.

Daniel commented on his first performance after being released from the hospital at the Sweden Rock Festival, and this tour:

"It feels great to be back on stage. I couldn't recall the last time I felt so nervous before a gig, but it was pure magic to explode on stage with the others in the band after these hard months. I'm back. We're back, and we're coming with a vengeance to North America this September!"

More details can be seen at the link below

http://bravewords.com/news/pain-of-salvation-announce-north-american-tour-with-special-guests-vangough

Tagged: Pain of Salvation

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OmairSh
July 17th 2014
12562 Comments


CANADA DATES EH!

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Ocean of Noise
July 17th 2014
2050 Comments


Canadian dates hallelujah

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Yazz_Flute
July 18th 2014
18929 Comments


I thought they didn't play in the United States...

OmairSh
July 18th 2014
12562 Comments


Well you can thank your lucky stars!

According to wiki, Daniel was against the finger-printing policy of the Bush government for all
travellers, and when
Obama removed that requirement he was cool with coming.

Mabbitt
July 18th 2014
1409 Comments


Of course it's not coming to my city :

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
July 18th 2014
6720 Comments


They need to tour Europe again.

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Mythodea
July 18th 2014
2095 Comments


Hope to see them in Greece sometime....

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OmairSh
July 18th 2014
12562 Comments


I hope they start writing new material. Need more POS

Mythodea
July 18th 2014
2095 Comments


Interesting to see where they will go from where they left.

OmairSh
July 18th 2014
12562 Comments


Yeah it will be, and we know that Daniel will change the direction. Perhaps more introspective music after his illness? Or maybe he's found a new appreciation for life and pulls a Weather Systems on our asses. Either way it'll be better than Scarsick at least

Mythodea
July 18th 2014
2095 Comments


yeah, Scarsick is not among those I will consider POS classics, or even excellent. But, god, how I enjoy Disco Queen!

OmairSh
July 18th 2014
12562 Comments


Disco Queen is a hard ass jam. LET'S DISCO!!! These are the kind of balls more progressive metal songwriters need to have, writing music that's not within the comfort zone, or not even close to it.

Jethro42
July 18th 2014
13046 Comments


Wow, Gildenlow finally opens its horizons and is coming to Canada! Truly a miracle.

OmairSh
July 18th 2014
12562 Comments


Calls for a celebration!

Mythodea
July 19th 2014
2095 Comments


LET'S DISCO!!!



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