ATREYU Will Perform Entire “The Curse” Album At 20th-Anniversary Concert This October

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Atreyu will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band’s 2004 sophomore album “The Curse” by performing the gold-certified LP in its entirety at the House Of Blues in Anaheim, California on October 18. Support at the gig will come from Eighteen Visions, which will play the group’s “Obsession” album in its entirety to celebrate the LP’s 20th anniversary, and Death By Stereo, which will kick things off with a 25th-anniversary performance of that band’s 1999 debut, “If Looks Could Kill, I’d Watch You Die”.

Pre-sale tickets will be available today (Wednesday, May 15) using the code “CURSE20“. The general on-sale will follow this Friday, May 17.

Back in December 2014, Atreyu celebrated “The Curse”‘s tenth anniversary by performing the album in its entirety at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California.

2002’s “Suicide Notes And Butterfly Kisses” established Atreyu as an influential force, while “The Curse” sold more than half a million copies as the group rose to global renown. 2006’s “A Death-Grip On Yesterday” and 2007’s “Lead Sails Paper Anchor” both bowed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200, with the latter garnering a gold certification from the RIAA — a highly rare accomplishment for a 21st-century rock band.

Following a hiatus post-“Congregation Of The Damned” in 2009, the musicians returned, firing on all cylinders with “Long Live” in 2015. It crashed the Top 30 of the Billboard Top 200 and earned widespread acclaim from RevolverLoudwireAXS, and Kerrang!, who dubbed it “a hell of a return.” Along the way, the boys sold out countless headline shows in addition to sharing the stage with everyone from Slipknot and Linkin Park to Chris Cornell and Avenged Sevenfold.

Atreyu‘s latest album, “The Beautiful Dark Of Life”, came out last December via Spinefarm.


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