Chiodos Premieres 3 AM Video

Chiodos has premiered the second music video from the band’s hit album DEVIL, 3 AM. The video was directed by Ramon Boutviseth (All That Remains, For Today).

Chiodos’ Bradley Bell comments, “Never has this band been so excited about a music video, it’s weird. This time we took the approach of having fun and getting everybody involved in some acting and just being their weird selves. Hopefully everyone else enjoys it as much as we did!”

Chiodos’ recently released new album DEVIL (drk/lght records / Razor & Tie) debuted at #12 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart with more than 18,000 units sold. DEVIL also entered the Billboard charts at #1 Independent, #2 at Hard Rock, #3 at Rock and #5 at Vinyl. DEVIL is available now on the iTunes Store (http://georiot.co/DEVIL).

The band delivered an album that Alternative Press calls “a cohesive arc of power, finesse, quirks and accessibility in equal measures” and Outburn brands “a full-bodied, dramatic, and richly textured collection of songs that remind us of the Chiodos we knew and loved in the late 00s”. Produced by David Bottrill (Tool, Muse, Stone Sour) and mixed by Josh Wilbur, it’s an album that marks a celebratory return to form.

Chiodos continue to draw packed houses and recently wrapped the The Crowd Surf America Tour with blessthefall, I Killed the Prom Queen and Capture the Crown. This Fall, Chiodos will be joining A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon and Motionless in White for The Parks & Devastation Tour kicking off on September 4th at Pittsburgh’s Stage AE with (tour dates below).

CHIODOS
on tour

Sept 4 Stage AE – Outdoor Stage Pittsburgh, PA#
Sept 5 Paper Mill Island Amphitheater Baldwinsville, NY^
Sept 8 Washington Avenue Armory Albany, NY #
Sept 9 Tsongas Arena @ UMass Lowell Lowell, MA#
Sept 10 Toyota Oakdale Theatre Wallingford, CT#
Sept 12 Royal Oak Music Theatre Detroit, MI^
Sept 13 JJO Sonic Boom Janesville, WI#
Sept 14 Wooly’s Des Moines, IA+
Sept 15 DeltaPlex Grand Rapids, MI#
Sept 16 The LC Pavilion – Outdoor Stage Columbus, OH#
Sept 17 Chaifetz Arena St Louis, MO#
Sept 18 UIC Pavilion Chicago, IL~+
Sept 19 Uptown Theater Kansas City, MO^
Sept 20 KOI Music Festival Kitchener, Canada
Sept 23 Woodward Park Rotary Amphitheatre Fresno, CA#
Sept 24 Shrine Expo Hall Los Angeles, CA#

Sept 25 Soma San Diego, CA^
Sept 26 Event Center @ San San Jose, CA#
Sept 27 House Of Blues Las Vegas, NV^
Sept 28 Mesa Ampitheatre Mesa, AZ#
Sept 30 Verizon Theatre Grand Prairie, TX#
Oct 1 Reliant Arena Houston, TX#
Oct 3 Capone’s Johnson City, TN+
Oct 4 Self Help Festival Philadelphia, PA
Oct 5 Louder Than Life Festival Louisville, KY (w/Louder than Life)
Oct 6 Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN#
Oct 7 Uptown Ampitheatre Charlotte, NC#
Oct 8 The Canal Club Richmond, VA+
Oct 9 North Charleston Coliseum North Charleston, SC#
Oct 10 Hard Rock Live Orlando, FL#
Oct 11 Hard Rock Live Orlando, FL#

#with A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Motionless In White
^ with Bring Me The Horizon
+ co-headline with Motionless In White

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