Wolves in the Throne Room Announce Fall 2017 U.S. Tour


Wolves in the Throne Room 2017 U.S. TourThe latest issue of Decibel Magazine just arrived in the MS Mansion inbox with an artist on the cover that threw me for a loop: Wolves in the Throne Room. Not that I don’t think they’re a fantastic band — I do — I just didn’t think of them as “big” enough to land such honors. But the more I think about it, the more my initial shock fades: WITTR have been working hard for a decade and a half now (and their first record for Southern Lord, second overall, came out in 2007) and all that hustling and grinding is starting to pay off. Congrats to these guys! To land a Decibel cover for the first time is a huge honor indeed, and it’s deserved.

Hot on the heels of their recently released new track “Born From the Serpent’s Eye” — off their forthcoming album Thrice Woven — comes a tour announcement that does quite a job of covering most corners of the U.S. in just under a month’s time. If you haven’t seen Wolves in the Throne Room live… hooooo boy, are you in for a treat! It’s an EXPERIENCE. I’ll just leave it at that. I haven’t even caught one of their shows in a solid six or seven years, so I’m sure their visual and sonic assault has only grown more powerful with time.

Pillorian, fronted by former Agalloch vocalist/guitarist John Haughm, will open the full run.

Thrice Woven comes out August 23rd on the band’s own label, Artemisia.


September 29 Boise, ID @ Neurolux
September 30 Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Music Hall
October 2 Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
October 3 Albuquerque, NM @ Launch Pad
October 5 Houston, TX @ White Oak (downstairs)
October 6 New Orleans, LA @ Siberia
October 7 Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
October 9 Tampa, FL @ Crowbar
October 10 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Hell
October 11 Richmond, VA @ Capital Ale House
October 12 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage
October 13 Brooklyn, NY @ Villain
October 14 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
October 16 Cincinnati, OH @ The Taft Ballroom
October 17 St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
October 18 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St. Collective
October 20 Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole
October 21 Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex
October 22 Berkeley, CA @ Cornerstone
October 24 Portland, OR @ Tonic Lounge
October 25 Olympia, WA @ Obsidian

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