As the intensive touring season for the music industry already started, many bands are excited to announce their new/extended tour dates and invite fans to come to meet them live in concert.
Metal/hardcover band War of Ages
announced another tour just yesterday. The tour titled More Than Sound Tour, begins 6/22-7/10. The first annual More Than Sound Tour will feature headliners War of Ages
in support of their new release Return to Life
, Onward To Olympas, The Overseer, Leaders, and Letter To The Exiles.
A portion of the tour will go to support the More Than Sound program which raises financial support and awareness for people in need. Visit http://facedownrecords.com/more-than-sound/
to learn more about More Than Sound program.
About War of Ages:
War of Ages’ convictions are as deeply rooted in strength through spirit as their music is based in intensely heavy but melodic and catchy metal and hardcore. “Without pain, there could be no compassion. And without hurt, how would we learn to heal?” asks singer Leroy Hamp, his empathy with the hurting youth of the world clear. ”These are the moments when men and women rise up and warriors are born.” Hamp and his brother, drummer Alex, certainly know about rising from pain.
In their life experience, they have dealt with kidnapping, abuse both physical and mental, and the violence that surrounded their criminal father and his backward beliefs. Through their faith in Jesus Christ as redeemer and savior, the brothers soldiered on and have forged a life of their own choosing.
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