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Deftones Cancel Remaining European Tour Dates After Paris Terrorist Attacks

By Graham ‘Gruhamed’ Hartmann November 16, 2015 9:32 AM

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The world is still reeling from the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks on Paris. One of the greatest tragedies in music history took place at Le Bataclan, where 89 concertgoers were murdered and many others injured during an Eagles of Death Metal show. Various members of Deftones were also at the venue that night, reportedly leaving minutes before the attack.

Deftones were also scheduled to perform three nights at Le Bataclan following Eagles of Death Metal’s headlining gig. Those shows were obviously canceled, but the band has also announced that they’ve canceled their remaining European shows, which consisted of two performances in Germany and one in London. In the wake of the attacks, after being in lockdown in Paris, Deftones have chosen to head home to be with their loved ones, as they describe in a statement posted via Facebook:

Hello all-Much has been said, as well as seen, on every media outlet about the events in Paris. Some of us were in…

Posted by Deftones on Sunday, November 15, 2015

The day of the attacks, Deftones frontman Chino Moreno called CBS13 in Sacramento, Calif., to ensure the band’s safety. “Yeah, we’re safe,” Chino said. “We weren’t scheduled to play at the Bataclan until tomorrow night. A couple of band members, they went to the concert, but they left early—after the first few songs they ended up leaving the venue. They got out of there and all of our band and crew are safe and accounted for at the hotel now. So, we are just here, we’re pretty much on lockdown. They told everybody pretty much to stay indoors and don’t go out, because they’re still—everything is still unfolding as we speak.”

The world continues to offer overwhelming support to France as the country recovers from this tragedy.

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16 Years Ago: Korn Followed Their Own Lead With ‘Issues’


The end of the ‘90s was a time of healing for Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis. After a decade of indulging his most dangerous and depraved rock ‘n’ roll fantasies and suffering a breakdown at the end of the ride, Davis decided to get sober and tone down his extracurricular activities. In conjunction, Korn hired dedicated studio producer Brendan O’Brien to help them stay focused and work at peak efficiency. The resulting album, Issues, came out on Nov. 16, 1999, and kept the band on an upward career arc.

“I think Brendan was really important for helping us achieve the sounds we wanted on this record,” guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer told me in 1999. “”He’s a workhorse and we needed someone like that to motivate us.”

As on their 1998 commercial triumph Follow the Leader, Korn maintained their core heaviness while incorporating a barrage of quirky guitar hooks and irresistible vocal melodies. And once again, the band hit a nerve through a combination of staccato, down-tuned guitars, booming funk-driven bass lines, tortured vocals and experimental electronic embellishments.

“When we’re working on something, our only goal is it’s gotta be great and it’s gotta still sound like Korn,” Shaffer said. “That’s the most important thing.”

“We’re not gonna go off in some wacky new direction,” agreed fellow guitarist Brian “Head” Welch. “When you listen to this record, you’re not gonna go back and ask, ‘F— man, who the hell is this?’ You’re gonna get what you wanted to hear.”

Perhaps Issues is best described as a variation on a theme. “Falling Away From Me” mined the same brooding, spacey territory as Follow the Leader’s “Freak on a Leash,” while “Hey Daddy” resurrects terrifying themes first addressed on Korn’s “Daddy,” and “Beg for Me,” which shifts from a creepy party song to a nightmarish demolition fest, is redolent of Life is Peachy’s “Swallow.”

“We wanted totally heavy, killer guitar riffs that were kinda weird, but really slamming,” Welch said. “And they had to have a groove. That was really super important.”

Lyrically, Davis addressed the mental anguish he was in before he got sober and started taking antidepressants. In “Beg for Me,” he screams, “Everyone is looking at me / I can’t get out of bed there is evil in my head / Everyone just let me be.

“I was taking the weight of the world on my shoulders and I started breaking down and freaking out,” Davis said. “I stopped drinking because I thought it would make me feel better, but it didn’t, and that’s when it really started to scare me. I stayed in bed all the time because I couldn’t deal with the world.”

He added, “I wouldn’t eat because I’d be afraid germs were gonna kill me. I lost a lot of weight. That’s when I went to a doctor and he gave me some drugs. At first, I was afraid to take them because I didn’t know what they would do to me or how they would affect my creativity. Then I started taking them and I felt so much better.”

Shaffer, Welch, bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu and drummer David Silveria started writing songs for Issues in early 1999. In June, they entered the rehearsal studio with Davis to fine tune the material and the following month they began recording with O’Brien at A&M Studios in West Hollywood, Calif. It took approximately three months to track and mix the 16 songs on the record.

“There were times when we second-guessed ourselves,” Davis said. “But when we heard the final mix we were all smiling and laughing. We f—ing loved it. It’s harsh and brutal like a lot of our stuff, but we were really happy with the songs.”

The day before the album was released, Korn played Issues in its entirety at a special show at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, N.Y. The show was a celebration of the joy they felt having completed the album, and the band was accompanied onstage by a choir and the New York City Police Department Pipes and Drums section. Coming at the heart of the nu-metal revolution, Issues debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart with more than 500,000 copies sold in its first week of release. The disc has gone on to sell more than 5 million units in the United States alone, and a total of 13 million worldwide.

The first single, “Falling Away From Me,” reached No. 99 on the Singles chart, No. 7 on the Alternative Rock chart and No. 7 on the Mainstream Rock chart. “Make Me Bad” fared almost as well, hitting No. 9 at Alternative Rock and No. 7 at Mainstream.

While Davis remained clean and sober in the wake of the success of Issues, other band members saw their popularity as an opportunity to up the ante on their rock ‘n’ roll indulgences, causing friction and turmoil that peaked years later with the departures of Welch and Silveria.

Loudwire contributor Jon Wiederhorn is the primary author of Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal, as well as the co-author of Scott Ian’s autobiography, I’m the Man: The Story of That Guy From Anthrax, and Al Jourgensen’s autobiography, Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen.

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Terrorists Kill Dozens in Paris, Including at Least 80 at Eagles of Death Metal Show [Updated]

By Loudwire Staff November 15, 2015 10:00 AM

Kenzo Tribouillard, Getty Images
Kenzo Tribouillard, Getty Images

This story has been updated to reflect new information since the story initially broke.

A number of terrorist attacks took place throughout Paris on Friday night (Nov. 13), with one of the targets being the Bataclan music venue where Eagles of Death Metal were playing. Eagles of Death Metal reportedly heard gunfire and stopped playing immediately, running backstage and exiting the venue after seeing the gunmen. The 1,500-person capacity Bataclan was reportedly sold out.

According to the New York Daily News, at least 80 people were slain at the Bataclan theater as terrorists entered the venue toward the end of Eagles of Death Metal’s set. At one point there was a hostage situation, with police eventually storming the venue and freeing dozens of concertgoers. Four gunmen inside the Bataclan are now believed to be dead. According to CNN, one of the shooters was a French national who was known as a common criminal, but had never spent time in prison and was never previously linked to acts of terrorism. Overall, 129 people are confirmed dead and 352 injured after terrorist attacks in six locations throughout Paris.

Earlier reports had the total death toll at 153, with 112 of the deceased at the concert venue, but those numbers have since been reduced. However, the death toll is expected to rise. A soccer stadium and a Cambodian restaurant are among the other locations that were targeted in the attacks.

CNN reports that French President Francois Hollande is blaming ISIS for the attacks, as the terror organization is claiming responsibility for the gunfire and blasts that have wreaked havoc on Paris.

Eagles of Death Metal issued a post not long after their show had started that showed that they were playing the venue. After the mayhem broke out, the band issued a statement on their Facebook page that read: “We are still currently trying to determine the safety and whereabouts of all our band and crew. Our thoughts are with all of the people involved in this tragic situation.” The band features Jesse Hughes and Queens of the Stone Age leader Josh Homme, but Homme reportedly did not join the band on their European trek.

All the Eagles of Death Metal members are alive and safe, after some outlets had erroneously reported that one member had died. The wife of Eagles of Death Metal drummer Julian Dorio has told The Washington Post, “We are just holding our breath and saying prayers for everyone. He called to say that he loved me and he was safe. Everyone on stage was able to get off. French president François Hollande has declared a state of emergency and closed the country’s borders.” On Saturday, the band called off the remainder of their European tour.

In addition, members of Deftones and their crew were at the show, as well, but reports state that they managed to leave 15 minutes before the attack. “Thank you all for your inquiries on our well being. Band/Crew all safe and accounted for at this time. Prayers for those affected in these tragic events,” stated the band on their Facebook page. Deftones were scheduled to play the next three nights at the very same venue.

Radio reporter Julien Pearce was inside the Bataclan when the terrorist raid took place, describing the scene is grizzly detail. “It lasted for 10 minutes. Ten horrific minutes where everybody was on the floor covering their head,” he told CNN. “We heard so many gunshots. The terrorists were very calm, very conservative, and they reloaded three or four times with their weapons and they didn’t shout anything, they didn’t say anything.”

President Obama has spoken about the tragedy, “This is an attack not just on Paris, it’s an attack not just on the people France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values we share. We stand prepared and ready to provide whatever assistance that the government and the people of France need to respond … We have been in contact with French officials to communicate our deepest condolences to the families of those have been killed, and offer our prayers and thoughts to those who’ve been wounded. We have offered our full support to them.”

The owners of the Bataclan venue where one of the attacks took place issued a statement that read, “No words can express the level of sadness we feel. Our thoughts go to the victims, to those injured and their loved ones.” They also stated that while many had come to the Bataclan to pay their respects, they were asking that people stay away as police were still processing the scene and needed to complete their work, revealing that they would let it be known when it was clear for people to return and mourn at the site.

France is under a state of emergency, with people being asked to stay inside their homes, and many public buildings shut down.

As a result of the terrorist attacks, Foo Fighters have canceled their remaining European tour dates, while band like Motorhead and In Flames have canceled upcoming shows in France.

We’ll keep you up to date as more info comes in. Our thoughts go out to all the victims of this horrendous tragedy.

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Justin Bieber’s Purpose

Purpose is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer Justin Bieber, released on November 13, 2015, by Def Jam Recordings and School Boy Records. The album was preceded by the release of the worldwide number one lead single “What Do You Mean?” (released on August 28, 2015), and the record-breaking second single “Sorry” (released on October 21, 2015). The third single “Love Yourself” was also a success, reaching number one in the UK and New Zealand and the top ten in Australia and the United States.

It debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 522,000 copies in its first week of release. This gave Bieber his sixth number one album in the United States following Believe Acoustic (2013).

“What Do You Mean?” was released as the album’s first single on August 28, 2015. Upon release, the single became Bieber’s first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States, debuting at number one on the week listed on September 19, 2015, replacing The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face” for one week.

“Sorry” was announced as the album’s second single on October 16, 2015. It was released on October 22, 2015. It was produced by Skrillex with the collaboration of DJ and producer Blood Pop. The song is an uptempo dance-pop song with lyrical material about a troubled relationship and Bieber asking for forgiveness. The song has so far peaked at number 2 on the United States and Canadian charts. It peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart five weeks after its release. Moreover, the single has peaked within the top five in almost every other market.

“Love Yourself” originally entered several national charts after the release of Purpose, and had become a huge success around the globe prior to its release as a single, peaking at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, number two in Australia, and number one in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The song was announced as the third official single on December 7, 2015.
Promotional singles

“I’ll Show You” was released as the first promotional single on November 2, 2015, accompanied by a music video.
Other songs

The album also features Bieber’s collaboration with Jack Ü, “Where Are Ü Now,” originally released as a single from the latter’s album, Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack Ü.

Eight songs from the album charted in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart the same week that the album was released (November 13-November 19). They were, in order of chart appearance, “Sorry”, “Love Yourself”, “What Do You Mean?”, “I’ll Show You”, “Company”, “Where Are Ü Now”, “Mark My Words” and “The Feeling”. Bieber set a record for having the most simultaneous top 40 entries from a living artist. In addition to this, every song from Purpose (standard edition and deluxe edition bonus tracks included) charted within the top 100, also within the same week.

Bieber has claimed three consecutive number one singles from the album in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, with “What Do You Mean?”, “Sorry”, and “Love Yourself” all reaching the summit in the duration of just three months.

Bieber debuted the track “What Do You Mean?” during the MTV Video Music Awards on August 30, 2015. This was followed by a number of other televised performances, including The X Factor, The Today Show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and the 2015’s Think it Up telecast. On October 16, 2015, Purpose was made available to pre-order. A remixed version of “What Do You Mean?” with additional vocals from Ariana Grande was made available to those who pre-ordered the album on iTunes.

Purpose was initially banned in various Middle Eastern countries and Indonesia due to the cover art’s heavy Christian references, most prominently Bieber’s cross tattoo and his praying stance, which were deemed “too provocative.”  An alternate cover was issued for these countries, depicting Bieber atop a cliff, looking out over a shore.

On October 28, 2015, Bieber announced the album track listing through a series of tweets that displayed each title graffitied on a wall in various countries.

On November 11, 2015, Bieber announced that he will embark on a tour supporting the album called Purpose World Tour. The tour will start in Seattle, Washington on March 9, 2016.
Critical reception

Purpose received mostly mixed reviews by music critics. According to Metacritic, the album received an average score of 63/100 based on 17 reviews.  Kenneth Partridge of Billboard magazine gave the album four out of five stars, praising the album for “[boasting] a consistent palette of lush, low-key electro-dance sounds”, also commending the use of “sun-warped synths, chipmunk accent vocals, rattling trap hi-hats, and loads of bass.” Leah Greenblatt of Entertainment Weekly also complimented Purpose for featuring “a skittering, metallic synthesis of dance music and modern R&B”, arguing that this new musical direction “probably owes a lot to new-school collaborators Diplo and Skrillex, as well as the lesser-known production wizard Poo Bear.” Similarly, Neil McCormick of gave the album four out of five stars, complimenting the album for being “less of a mainstream crowd pleaser” but more of a “quirky, atmospheric electro R’n’B concoction with sci-fi sounds and offbeat vocal samples.” He argued that this sound “[focuses] attention on the star’s soft, supple and seductive singing.” McCormick concluded “despite the presence of EDM star Skrillex amongst the production credits, surprising restraint is exercised throughout, with tracks rarely developing into full tilt techno anthems.”

Al Horner of NME magazine gave the album three out of five stars commenting that Purpose “[is] certainly a start at reinvention” and that “plenty of good choices have been made here.” Caroline Sullivan of The Guardian gave the album three out of five stars, noting that “the musical direction owes much to co-producer Skrillex, whose unexpectedly subtle electronic palette complements Bieber’s affectedly breathy voice,” arguing that “the voice soon palls, but the songs are often interesting.”  Jon Caramanica of The New York Times argued that “even though Mr. Bieber is younger than all of the men of One Direction, he sounds exponentially more experienced, and exponentially more fatigued on Purpose,” complimenting the album for showing that it proves that Bieber is “the best singer of the bunch, and the one with a clear vision for his sound, even if he’s being largely denied it here.”
Commercial performance

A competition between Bieber and One Direction began when the British boy-band announced the release date of their album Made in the A.M. set to be their last work before their hiatus in March of the following year,  which was the same as Bieber’s come-back album. Putting the album on iTunes pre-order one month earlier than Bieber, the boy-band started the first week with a 60,000 units lead.  Many compared the “war” between the two pop forces to 50 Cent and Kanye West’s 2007 battle for number one.  However, Bieber’s Purpose debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart for the week ending November 19, 2015, with 649,000 equivalent album units, of which 522,000 were pure album sales. It marked Bieber’s sixth number-one album and largest sales week. It also surpassed his previous high, logged with Believe, which sold 374,000 units in 2012. Additionally, Purpose ’​s debut marked the largest weekly unit total for an album since the Billboard 200 began tracking popularity based on overall equivalent units earned in 2014 and beat the debut week of Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (which sold 535,000 equivalent units in 2015). Also, Purpose ’​s 522,000 mark the largest sales week since Taylor Swift’s 1989 debuted with 1.29 million (November 2, 2014) and the largest for a male artist’s album since Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 sold 792,000 (November 3, 2013).  Purpose also broke the global and US streaming record for an album in its first week of release with 205 million global streams and 77 million in the United States.  In its second week, ‘Purpose’ earned 290,000 units (down 55 percent). It sold 184,000 in traditional album sales (down 65 percent) and was beaten to the top by Adele’s 25, which debuted at number one with a record-breaking 3.38 million.

Purpose debuted at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart, selling 90,596 in its first week, marking the second highest first-week figures of 2015, at the time, behind One Direction’s Made in the A.M. (2015), which debuted at number one the same week with 93,189 chart sales.  In its second and third week on sale it stayed at number three.  In its fourth week, the album slipped one place to number four. However it actually sold more in its fourth week by selling 91,182 compared to 90,596 in its first week.

Former Motorhead Drummer Phil ‘Philthy Animal’ Taylor Dies

By Joe DiVita November 12, 2015 12:00 PM

We have sad news to report, as former Motorhead drummer Phil ‘Philthy Animal’ Taylor has passed away at the age of 61. The stickman anchored the band behind the kit for a total of 14 years, enjoying two stints with the group, laying it down on several of the uncompromising outfit’s highest-regarded albums.

Celebrated Motorhead guitarist Fast Eddie Clarke posted a tribute on his Facebook page with the news. Clarke played alongside Taylor from 1976 to 1982, rounding out the classic lineup with mainman Lemmy Kilmister that released Motorhead’s first five albums.

My dear friend and brother passed away last night. He had been ill for sometime but that does not make it any easier…

Posted by Fast Eddie Clarke Official on Thursday, 12 November 2015

Featured on every album up through Another Perfect Day, including classics like Overkill and Ace of Spades, Taylor split from the band in 1984 only to join three years later and depart once again in 1992 after playing on Rock ‘n’ Roll and 1916. His playing bordered on unhinged, fueling the Motorhead engine with his reckless yet refined style that was essential to the band’s attack.

Motorhead paid tribute to Taylor with a post on their official Facebook page:

Describing his style to Artist magazine in 1983, Taylor explained, “Well, once Lemmy starts playing, he’s sort of out there on his own, in a way. It’s something that came naturally; but when Robbo [guitarist Brian Robertson] joined the band, we started working it out a bit more.” Continuing, he compared the differences to Fast Eddie being in the band, saying “When Eddie was with the band, I played more with the guitar than I did with Lemmy, because he’s not really a bass player,” adding, “Lemmy always plays so fast that it’s always been down to the guitarist and me to keep the rhythm and melody going.”

Furthermore, Taylor elaborated, “Lemmy is just non-stop playing all the time, so for the highs and lows of the numbers, the ups and downs, light and shade — whatever you want to call it — it’s basically down to Robbo and myself. I’d never played much before, so it’s probably a lot more difficult for Robbo than for me. He’d always played in bands that had a proper bass player, so to speak.”

Taylor was replaced in Motorhead in 1992 by Mikkey Dee, who still remains in the band to this day.

Loudwire extends its condolences to the Taylor family and anyone fortunate enough to count the legendary drummer as a friend.

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Justin Bieber Details Massive North American ‘Purpose’ Tour

Singer plans 58 shows beginning in March


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Justin Bieber has unveiled details of a massive 58-show tour for his new album, ‘Purpose’ Shutterstock/Rex

UPDATE: Justin Bieber has expanded his Purpose world tour to include a fall run in Europe. See below for new dates.

Justin Bieber has announced an expansive tour behind his upcoming fourth LP, Purpose. Spanning major markets across the U.S. and Canada, the singer’s 58-date North American trek kicks off March 9th, 2016 in Seattle and concludes July 18th at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden.

American Express cardmembers can purchase advance tickets for the U.S. shows starting Monday, November 16th at noon local time through Thursday, November 19th at 10 p.m. local time. General ticket sales for all shows will begin Friday, November 20th at 10 a.m. local time through the AEG Live website.

Bieber teased the tour during his Wednesday appearance on Ellen, but he had trouble remembering the jaunt’s start date. “I will start this tour … oh gosh, this is the only thing I had to remember,” he told Ellen DeGeneres, before assuring fans, “You can go to my website to find out.”

The announcement arrives two days before the November 13th release of Purpose, which features singles like the atmospheric “I’ll Show You,” tropical-flavored “Sorry” and soul-searching “What Do You Mean?”

Excluding the 2013 compilation Journals, Purpose is Bieber’s first album since 2012’s Believe. The lengthy tracklist features an array of high-profile collaborators, including Skrillex, Diplo, Big Sean (“No Pressure”), Travis Scott (“No Sense”) and Ariana Grande (the deluxe edition remix of “What Do You Mean?”).

Justin Bieber Purpose Tour (Bold indicates new tour dates)

March 9 – Seattle, WA @ KeyArena at Seattle Center
March 11 – Vancouver, BC @ Pepsi Live! at Rogers Arena
March 13 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
March 15 – Sacramento, CA @ Sleep Train Arena
March 17 – San Jose, CA @ SAP Center at San Jose
March 18 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
March 20 – Los Angeles, CA @ STAPLES Center
March 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ STAPLES Center
March 25 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena
March 26 – Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center
March 29 – San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center
March 30 – Glendale, AZ @ Gila River Arena
April 2 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
April 4 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
April 6 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
April 7 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
April 9 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
April 10 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
April 12 – Atlanta, GA @Philips Arena
April 19 – St. Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center
April 20 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
April 22 – Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena
April 23 – Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena
April 25 – Auburn Hills, MI @The Palace Of Auburn Hills
April 26 – Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena
April 28 – Columbus, OH @Schottenstein Center
April 29 – Washington, DC @Verizon Center
May 4 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
May 5 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
May 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
May 10 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden
May 13 – Ottawa, ON @Canadian Tire Centre
May 14 – Quebec City, BC @ Videotron Centre
May 16 – Montreal, BC @ Bell Centre
May 18 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
May 19 – Toronto, ON @Air Canada Centre
June 11 – Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
June 13 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
June 14 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
June 16 – Saskatoon, SK @ Credit Union Centre
June 18 – Fargo, ND @ FARGODOME
June 19 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
June 21 – Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
June 22 – Des Moines, IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
June 24 – Cincinnati, OH @ U.S. Bank Arena
June 25 – Indianapolis, IN @Bankers Life Fieldhouse
June 27 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
June 29 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
June 30 – Orlando, FL @ Amway Center
July 2 – Miami, FL @ AmericanAirlines Arena
July 6 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum
July 7 – Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena
July 9 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center
July 10 – Hartford, CT @ XL Center
July 12 – Buffalo, NY @ First Niagara Center
July 13 – Pittsburgh, PA @ CONSOL Energy Center
July 15 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Boardwalk Hall
July 18 – New York City, NY @ Madison Square Garden
September 14 – Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
September 16 – Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle
September 18 – Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena
September 20 – Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
September 23 – Oslo, Norway @ Telenor Arena
September 26 – Helsinki, Finland @ Hartwall Arena
September 29 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Tele2 Arena
October 2 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Telia Parken
October 5 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportspalais
October 6 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportspalais
October 8 – Arnhem, Netherlands @ GelreDome
October 11 – London, England @ The O2
October 12 – London, England @ The O2
October 17 – Birmingham, England @ Barclaycard Arena
October 18 – Birmingham, England @ Barclaycard Arena
October 20 – Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
October 21 – Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
October 26 – Sheffield, England @ Sheffield Arena
October 27 – Glasgow, Scotland @ SSE Hydro
November 1 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
November 8 – Vienna, Austria @ Wiener Stadthalle
November 11 – Kraków, Poland @ Tauron Arena
November 12 – Prague, Czech Republic @ O2 Arena
November 14 – Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena
November 16 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle
November 17 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
November 19 – Bologna, Italy @ Unipol Arena
November 20 – Bologna, Italy @ Unipol Arena
November 22 – Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
November 23 – Madrid, Spain @ Barclaycard Center
November 25 -Lisbon, Portugal @ MEO Arena


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