MANOWAR ANNOUNCE NEW U.S. TOUR DATES FOR NOVEMBER 2014

manowar400jpg Manowar have announced more dates for their Kings Of Metal MMXXIV World Tour.

The Celebration of the 25th anniversary of Kings Of Metal album one of the most iconic metal albums of all times and one of the pillars of Manowar’s lasting worldwide success, continues.

The Kings Of Metal MMXIV World Tour began in the U.S. this past February, making stops in the Midwest, Texas and the West Coast. But the Manowarriors demanded more and now the band is set to bring the power of true metal to further regions of the country such as the NYC Metropolitan area (Sayreville, NJ), Northeast Ohio (Cleveland, OH), Greater St. Louis (Sauget, IL), Detroit (Royal Oak, MI), Western NY (with a show in Buffalo, NY, ready to welcome our Canadian brothers and sisters from the Toronto area!), Atlanta, GA, “The Steel City” Pittsburgh, PA and a return to Chicago, IL, celebrating the city where the Kings Of Metal album was recorded.

The set list on this world tour includes the performance of the entire Kings Of Metal MMXIV album, and will be packed with more classics and fan favorites, new multimedia elements and more.

Manowar released the Kings Of Metal MMXIV Silver Edition earlier this year, a completely new recording of the 1988 album, now brimming with the power of today’s technology, 25 years of performing these classics live, and new touches and surprises for each song. For more information about the Kings Of Metal MMXIV Silver Edition click here.

“We started this World Tour with our first U.S. tour in a long time, and it was sensational” said Joey DeMaio. “The fans were terrific; the
energy was electrifying! We can’t wait to be back and play for more of our U.S. fans!”

Kings Of Metal MMXIV World Tour – confirmed dates:

July 5, 2014 – Rock Fest BCN – Barcelona, Spain
July 26, 2014 – Magic Circle Festival – Helsinki, Finland
October 18, 2014 – Loud Park Festival – Tokyo, Japan
November 12, 2014 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA, USA
November 14, 2014 – Pops – Sauget, IL, USA
November 15, 2014 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL, USA
November 16, 2014 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI, USA
November 18, 2014 – The Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY, USA
November 19, 2014 – The Altar – Pittsburgh, PA, USA
November 21, 2014 – The Agora Theater – Cleveland, OH, USA
November 22, 2014 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ, USA
January 14, 2015 – Grugahalle – Essen, Germany
January 16, 2015 – Zenith – Munich, Germany
January 17, 2015 – Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt, Germany

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Comments

  1. Yeah. And has anyone seen the ticket prices for these egomaniacs? $75-$100 a ticket for a CLUB SHOW! Give me a break. Would have definitely gone had the ticket been, say, $40, but those prices are insane and a slap in the face.

  2. I bought the original Kings Of Metal album when I was 18. Shit, I’m old! I hope they make touring the US like they did recently a normal thing in the future. Listening to Manowar makes me feel like I wanna drink ale out of a goat horn, wield a big ass broad sword, and plunder and pillage a medieval village in the name of Odin.

    “Other bands play, Manowar kill”

  3. Speedking says:

    Manowar is touring…here?
    We really are becoming a foreign nation.

  4. metalmania says:

    Saw these guys once back around ’89 or ’90. Oiled muscles, furry loin cloths, cheesy man-posing throughout the show. I think the drummer actually used a machine for the double bass parts. “Kings of Metal”? Every song seemed to be about how great they are. If you like them, fine – please go and enjoy. This band was always a joke between me and my “metal” friends.

  5. Bastard says:

    This tour should be called, “the masters of who gives a flying fuck.”

  6. They have their moments, but when the bass player gets up and does his rap about how great they are and how Maiden, Priest and Metallica all suck, I’m outta there.

  7. I really got into these guys in the mid 90s, when this stuff was so looked down upon. There Manowar was, on a major label putting out “Louder Than Hell.” There was something so right about that.

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