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Jammy indie rocker Cass McCombs released his very good new album Tip of the Sphere earlier this year, and just this week he shared a collab with Tinariwen off their upcoming album Amadjar. Now, he has announced an international tour beginning in Nashville and also hitting San Diego, Phoenix, Austin, Denver, London, Barcelona, Dublin, and more. All dates and tickets here.


The Coathangers, who released The Devil You Know back in March, have just announced fall tour dates, hitting Memphis, Dallas, Austin, Albuquerque, Denver, New Orleans and more in November. Before that they've got a few September dates, including Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando, Miami and Memphis. Head here for all dates.


Former Majical Cloudz frontman Devon Welsh is gearing up to release his anticipated sophomore solo LP, True Love, in October and, after playing a few one-off dates earlier this month, he'll be heading out on a proper North American tour later this year. New dates include Brooklyn (Public Records on 11/9), LA, Philly, Chicago, Washington DC, Boston, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, and more. Check here for all dates, and you can revisit recent single "Somebody Loves You" below.


Genre-defying jazz great Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah recently announced dates, including NYC's Brooklyn Bowl this October (tickets), and now he has revealed that he'll also be in NYC in March 2020 for a six-night run at the Blue Note with two shows each night. Tickets and more info here. Tour schedule here.


Post-hardcore/emo vets Samiam are playing a trio of Northeast shows with a bunch of other cool veteran bands, Moving Targets (who are releasing their first album in 25+ years), Shades Apart, The F.U.'s, Texas Is The Reason's Garrett Klahn (playing with Have Gun Will Travel), and more.


Michigan grindcore band Cloud Rat are touring this fall behind their upcoming album Pollinator.


NYC trio Skull Practitioners, led by current Dream Syndicate guitarist Jason Victor, announced a Brooklyn show celebrating the release of their forthcoming EP, Death Buy.


Atlanta alt-rockers Microwave are making a sharp left turn with their upcoming heavy third album and they've also got tons of tour dates coming up.


This is a seriously stacked tour for fans of heavy music.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed. For more metal tours, browse Upcoming Metal Tours.