UNLEASH THE ARCHERS Announces Second Leg of North American Headline Tour

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>Juno Award winning melodic metal quartet UNLEASH THE ARCHERS only just finished their recent U.S. tour, but are already gearing up to hit the road once again! Due to Covid protocols, the band was forced to not only cancel a handful of kickoff dates on the aforementioned tour, but also their European tour that was scheduled to begin soon. Rather than rest on their laurels, the band will hit the road on “The Abyss Strikes Back” tour, this time visiting both the U.S. and Canada in December.

Once again featuring support from label-mates Aether Realm and Seven Kingdoms, “The Abyss Strikes Back” tour will kickoff on December 8 in Minneapolis, MN and visit both previously cancelled and new markets, coming to an end on December 20 in Toronto, ON. See below for a full listing of tour dates.
Tickets are available now via www.unleashthearchers.com.

Front-woman Brittney Slayes says about the tour: “What if we had some good news for a change? 😉   When life gives you lemons, make lemonade… So this is us making some lemonade! As you might know, we recently had to cancel our European tour, but we have been working our butts off this last week to do a quick scheduling of dates in the U.S. for this December. To start, we are going to replace the five shows that were cancelled in September (Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh and Rochester) and are super excited to add some additional dates in Canada and the surrounding U.S. as well. Again, we are so sorry to everyone in Europe that we are going to be missing, but hopefully everyone who had a show cancelled on them earlier this year in the U.S. will get a chance to come rock out with us before the year is over! Also, Aether Realm and Seven Kingdoms are on board again so that’s some great news too 😉 See you all in December!”


  • Brittney Slayes / Vocals
  • Scott Buchanan / Drums
  • Grant Truesdell / Guitar, Vocals
  • Andrew Kingsley / Guitar, Vocals, Synth


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