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Cold Confirm Their Upcoming U.S. Run Is Not An Acoustic Tour


Following yesterday’s (March 03rd) reveal of a new tour which a press release described as being ‘stripped down’, Cold have put out the following statement of their own to clarify exactly what that means. Speaking via social media overnight, the band stated:

Cold would like to address an issue: Some platforms are mistakenly calling our new tour an “acoustic tour”. It is not. The goal of the tour has been, and still is to create a emotional, intimate night with the band and fans, as we play through all your favorites in addition to ones we haven’t played in years.

A chosen few will be slightly different variations of the songs. Cold Live is a perfect example. We played new versions using piano with strings, such as Cure my Tragedy, Bleed, and Black Sunday. We intend to play those, while adding Ugly, Wasted years, and Gone Away.

Some nights, we may go into a story about how a song or album were created. Some nights, we may go into what inspired the song.

The set will be delivered with a mix, along with songs that will be played as they have always been intended, creating unique melodic, heavy moments throughout the night.

In other words, it’s just a dope ass Cold show, with members of University Drive opening the show who will be performing their songs acoustically.

It will be an amazing night for all involved. Can’t wait to see you all. All our love.”

Dates for the tour include:

04/02 Laconia, NH – Granite St Music Hall
04/03 Albany, NY – Hollows
04/04 Norwalk, CT – Wall Street Theater
04/05 Providence, RI – Fete Music Hall
04/09 Ft. Meyers, FL – Buddha Rock Club
04/10 Destin, FL – Destin Rocks
04/12 Greer, SC – The Spinning Jenny
04/14 Charlotte, NC – Underground
04/15 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (Purgatory)
04/17 Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub Concert Hall
04/18 Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolf Auditorium
04/19 Easton, PA – One Center Square
04/23 Boston, MA – City Winery
04/24 Harrisburg, PA – Midtown Arts Center
04/25 Hopewell, VA – Beacon Theatre
04/26 Teaneck, NJ – Debonair Music Hall
04/29 Lakewood, OH – The Winchester
04/30 Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse
05/01 Harrison, OH – Blue Note
05/02 Lombard, IL – Brauer House
05/04 Milwaukee, WI – Shank
05/06 Minneapolis, MN – Turf
05/07 Des Moines, IA – Lefty’s
05/08 Omaha, NE – Sokol Auditorium
05/09 Denver, CO – Marquis
05/13 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
05/15 Austin, TX – Come and Take it Live
05/20 Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock
05/22 Amarillo, TX – Hoots
05/23 Dallas, TX – Trees
05/24 San Antonio, TX – Rock Box
05/27 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
05/28 Bloomington, IL – Castle Theatre
05/29 Indianapolis, IN – HiFi
05/30 Flint, MI – Machine Shop

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