The Contortionist, Jeff Loomis, 7 Horns 7 Eyes Add Dates to U.S. Tour

If you're a fan of mind-blowing metal guitar, you need to be excited about the recently announced summer tour featuring The Contortionist, Jeff Loomis, 7 Horns 7 Eyes, and Chimp Spanner, who will be making their North American live debut.

New dates have been added to the Metal Sucks-sponsored "Intrinsic 2012" tour, and you can find all of them below.

The Contortionist will release their new album, Intrinsic, on July 17 via eOne/Good Fight Music.

Jeff Loomis and 7 Horns 7 Eyes are also touring behind new releases. Loomis released his second solo album, Plains of Oblivion (buy on iTunes (opens in new tab)), earlier this year, while 7 Horns 7 Eyes are supporting their latest release, Throes of Absolution (buy on iTunes (opens in new tab)).
Intrinsic 2012 Tour Dates

  • 7/14 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater (no Chimp Spanner)
  • 7/15 - Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
  • 7/16 - Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
  • 7/17 - Lansing, MI @ Blackened Moon
  • 7/18 - Portage, IN @ Camelot Arena
  • 7/20 - Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music
  • 7/21 - Oklahoma City, OK @ Conservatory
  • 7/22 - Alburquerque, NM @ El Rey Theater
  • 7/23 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Sanctuary
  • 7/24 - Hollywood, CA @ Whiskey A Go GO
  • 7/26 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Martini Ranch
  • 7/28 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Tom Cats West
  • 7/29 – San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit
  • 7/30 – Metairie, LA @ The Cypress
  • 7/31 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
  • 8/1 – St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
  • 8/2 – Jacksonville, FL @ Phoenix Taproom
  • 8/3 – Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero

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Josh Hart

Josh Hart is a former web producer and staff writer for Guitar World and Guitar Aficionado magazines (2010–2012). He has since pursued writing fiction under various pseudonyms while exploring the technical underpinnings of journalism, now serving as a senior software engineer for The Seattle Times.