Fozzy stream new album “Do You Wanna Start A War” Jul18


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Fozzy stream new album “Do You Wanna Start A War”

Fozzy’s new studio album Do You Wanna Start A War is now streaming exclusively on Yahoo! Music ––get-your-metal-on-with-fozzy-s-full-album—do-wanna-start-a-war-152253519.html. The band recently announced their first round of U.S. tour dates as they take to the road with Theory of a Deadman in support of their upcoming new studio album Do You Wanna Start A War (Century Media Records) set for release July 22. The band has confirmed a dozen shows throughout the south, midwest and east coast beginning September 17th in Tempe, AZ, additional dates will be announced. Recently, Fozzy premiered a new lyric video behind their debut single “Lights Go Out” that can now be viewed online. Additionally, this summer marked the return of Chris Jericho to the ring and WWE with dozens of appearances throughout North America and Australia.

Led by the inimitable duo of guitarist Rich Ward, co-founder of the influential underground band Stuck Mojo, and vocalist Chris Jericho, famed WWE superstar and media personality, the band Fozzy has really always been about one thing: having fun. Produced by Ward, Do You Wanna Start A War is the bands follow-up to their acclaimed 2012 release Sin and Bones, and sixth studio effort since 2000. Featuring 12-tracks, the new album includes the debut single “Lights Go Out,” alongside the title track and the return of the Theremin in “Bad Tattoo.” As described by Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour, “Do You Wanna Start A War is dark, dense and sharp. Sonically and lyrically, this feels like it’s going somewhere big. I love it!”
Over the years, Fozzy has shared the stage with such music luminaries as Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Steel Panther, Shinedown, and many others. The band recently wrapped their spring tour performing across the country winning over thousands of fans at festivals including Rock on the Range, Carolina Rebellion, and Rockfest before crossing the Atlantic and winding down on the main stage of the Download Festival in the UK.
Fozzy is Chris Jericho on vocals, Rich Ward on guitars and vocals, Frank Fontsere on drums, Billy Grey on guitars, and Paul Di Leo on bass.

Fozzy confirmed tour dates with Theory of a Deadman:

* Fozzy only


July 24 Los Angeles, CA The Whisky* (record release show!)

August 2 Syracuse, NY New York State Fairgrounds*

September 13 Janesville, WI Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport*

September 17 Tempe, AZ The Marquee

September 19 San Antonio, TX Backstage Live
September 23 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
September 24 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore

September 26 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
September 27 Winston-Salem, NC Ziggy’s

October 2 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live
October 3 Knoxville, TN The International

October 6 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club

October 7 Boston, MA House of Blues
October 8 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom

October 10 Rochester, NY Water Street Music Hall
October 11 Cleveland, OH House of Blues

October 12 Boalsburg, PA Number One Cycle Center

Chris Jericho confirmed WWE dates:


July 20 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Front (WWE Battleground PPV)

July 26 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place (WWE Live)
July 27 Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome
July 28 Houston, TX Toyota Center (WWE RAW)
July 29 Corpus Christi, TX American Bank Center (WWE Smackdown)

August 3 San Antonio, TX Freeman Coliseum (WWE Live)
August 4 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center (WWE RAW)
August 5 Laredo, TX Laredo Energy Center (WWE Smackdown)
August 7 Melbourne, Australia Rod Laver Arena (WWE Live)
August 8 Sydney, Australia Allphones Arena (WWE Live)

August 9 Perth, Australia Perth Arena (WWE Live)
August 11 Portland, OR Moda Center (WWE RAW)
August 12 Seattle, WA Key Arena (WWE Smackdown)
August 16 San Jose, CA Sap Center (WWE Live)
August 17 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center (WWE Summer Slam PPC)
August 18 Las Vegas, NV Thomas and Mack Center (WWE RAW)

September 1 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena (WWE RAW)
September 2 Lincoln, NE TBA (WWE Live)
September 8 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Arena (WWE RAW)
September 9 Wilkes Barre, PA TBA (WWE Live)
September 15 Lafayette, LA Cajundome (WWE RAW)

September 21 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena (WWE Night of Champions PPV)