Atreyu Announces Tour Dates

LOS ANGELES, CA –Acclaimed metallic rock act ATREYU have announced plans for a headlining tour in support of their upcoming Hollywood Records debut, Lead Sails Paper Anchor. The much-buzzed-about album arrives in stores on August 28th and the tour begins September 9th at the Big Easy in Boise, ID, with openers Haste The Day, It Dies Today plus a special guest to be announced.

Atreyu, who will grace the October cover (on stands Aug. 21) of Revolver magazine, are currently previewing select songs from the new album while on the Family Values Tour, which sees them third on the bill and sharing the stage alongside the likes of Korn and Evanescence.

Among their new tracks is hard-hitting lead single “Becoming The Bull,” currently the No. 1 Most Added song at Active Rock radio and featured in EA Sports mega-popular new Madden ’08 video game. The band recently shot a video for the song with director Kevin Kerslake (Green Day, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins) and is also confirmed for MTV2’s “The Drop” for the week prior to their album release.

Atreyu recorded Lead Sails Paper Anchor this past spring with producer John Feldmann (The Used, Good Charlotte), who worked with the band to create their most infectious, ambitious disc yet. The album was mixed by Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Slipknot, Linkin Park).

Don’t miss your chance to catch Atreyu live and hear new album Lead Sails Paper Anchor. Dates are as follows.

Atreyu – Family Values dates:

July 31

Norfolk, VA

Norva

Aug. 1

Johnson City, NY

Magic City Music Hall

Aug. 3

Darien Center, NY

Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Aug. 4

Burgettstown, PA

Post Gazette Pavilion

Aug. 5

Camden, NJ

Tweeter Center

Aug. 7

Saratoga Springs, NY

Saratoga Performing Arts Center

Aug. 8

Homdel, NJ

PNC Banks Arts Center

Aug. 10

Noblesville, IN

Verizon Wireless Music Center

Aug. 11

Atlanta, GA

Hi Fi Buys Amphitheatre

Aug. 12

Orlando, FL

Amway Arena

Aug. 14

West Palm Beach, FL

Sound Advice Amphitheatre

Aug. 15

Tampa, FL

Ford Amphitheatre

Aug. 17

Dallas, TX

Smirnoff Music Center

Aug. 18

Spring, TX

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Aug. 19

Selma, TX

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Aug. 21

Oklahoma City, OK

Zoo Amphitheatre

Aug. 22

Bonner Springs, KS

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Aug. 24

Greenwood Village, CO

Coors Amphitheatre

Aug. 25

Albuquerque, NM

Journal Pavilion

Aug. 26

Phoneix, AZ

Cricket Pavilion

Aug. 27

Las Vegas, NV

House of Blues

Aug. 29

Bakersfield, CA

Rabobank Convention Center

Aug. 30

San Diego, CA

Soma

Aug. 31

Marsville, CA

Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Sept. 1

Mountain View, CA

Shoreline Amphitheatre

Sept. 2

Irvine, CA

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Ateyu – Headlining dates

Sept. 9

Boise, ID

Big Easy Concert House

Sept. 10

Spokane, WA

Big Easy Concert Hall

Sept. 12

Fargo, ND

The Venue @ Playmakers

Sept. 14

Milwaukee, WI

The Eagles Club

Sept. 16

Cleveland, OH

House of Blues

Sept. 18

Cincinnati, OH

Bogart’s

Sept. 19

Buffalo, NY

The Town Ballroom

Sept. 21

Reading, PA

The Silo

Sept. 22

Richmond, VA

Canal Club

Sept. 24

Charlotte, NC

Tremont Music Hall

Sept. 25

North Myrtle Beach, SC

House of Blues

Sept. 28

Jacksonville, FL

Plush

Sept. 29

Nashville, TN

Rocketown

Sept. 30

New Orleans, LA

House of Blues

Oct. 4

Tucson, AZ

Rialto Theatre

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