Baroness and Graveyard Team Up for European Fall Tour; Pallbearer Opens




May 13, 2024 – Baroness and Graveyard cap off 2024 with a co-headlining European tour, kicking off in late October.


“Europe, we’re thrilled to announce our return, and to have Sweden’s Graveyard join us for these co-headlining shows,” Baroness says, collectively. “We also bringing our Stateside friends, Pallbearer, with us, and we can’t wait to see some of you for the first time since STONE’s release. ‘Til the wheels fall off…”


“It’s that time again!,” Graveyard shares. “We are gearing up to hit the road together with Baroness and Pallbearer. This one will be a journey of sonic explorations beyond the pale. Europe will never be the same! Keep your ears to the ground, friends.”


Pallbearer, who open on all non-festival dates, adds: “We are elated to be bringing songs from Mind Burns Alive to Europe alongside Baroness and Graveyard. Playing alongside Baroness is always a treat, and we are looking forward to hearing our first time tour mates, Graveyard, every night as well. Hope to see you on the road!”


Baroness is offering a STONE pre-show experience, which includes one general admission ticket, a three-song pre-show acoustic performance, one exclusive art print (printed by Nightswim), a Baroness slipmat, commemorative VIP laminate, the ability to have two Baroness items signed, and early entry to the venue, as well as a dedicated host. VIP package info is available at


Tickets for the newly announced European dates are on sale this Friday, May 17, at 11 am CET. Ticketing links can be found via


Baroness and Graveyard co-headlining dates (Pallbearer opens):


*-Baroness and Pallbearer only


October 29 Gothenburg, SE Trägår’n *

October 30 Stockholm, SE Fållan *

October 31 Copenhagen, DK Amager Bio

November 2 Berlin, DE Huxleys Neue Welt

November 3 Krakow, PL Klub Studio *

November 6 Milan, IT Live Club

November 7 Zurich, CH X-TRA

November 9 Paris, FR L’Olympia

November 11 Wiesbaden, DE Schlachthof

November 13 Munich, DE TonHalle

November 14 Hanover, DE Capitol

November 17 Cologne, DE Carlswerk

November 18 Luxembourg, LU Rockhall

November 20 London, UK O2 Forum Kentish Town

November 21 Bristol, UK Marble Factory

November 22 Manchester, UK New Century Hall

November 24 Dublin, IE The Academy

November 25 Belfast, UK Limelight 1

November 26 Glasgow, UK SWG3 Galvanizers

November 28 Nottingham, UK Rock City


Previously announced Baroness tour dates:


May 11 Daytona Beach, FL Welcome to Rockville

May 13 Winston-Salem, NC The Ramkat

May 14 Virginia Beach, VA Elevation 27

May 15 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live!

May 16 Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony

May 18 Harrisburg, PA Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center

May 19 Columbus, OH Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival


May 31 Portland, ME State Theatre

June 1 Norwalk, CT District Music Hall

June 2 Rochester, NY Essex

June 4 Grand Rapids, MI The Pyramid Scheme

June 5 Indianapolis, IN The Vogue Theatre

June 7 Madison, WI Majestic Theatre

June 8 Palatine, IL Durty Nellie’s

June 9 Chicago, IL House of Blues

June 10 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s

June 12 Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck

June 14 Memphis, TN Growlers

June 15 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom

June 17 Little Rock, AR The Hall

June 18 Nashville, TN The Basement East

June 19 Birmingham, AL Saturn

June 21 Richmond, VA The Broadberry

June 22 Charlottesville, VA The Jefferson Theater

June 23 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore

June 24 Millvale, PA Mr. Small’s Theater

June 26 Patchogue, NY 89 North

June 27 Bensalem, PA Broken Goblet

June 30 Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theater


July 24 Vienna, AT Simm City

July 26 Plovdiv, BG Hills of Rock

July 28 Zagreb, HR Vintage Industrial Bar

July 30 Budapest, HU A38 Ship

August 1 Transylvania, RO Rockstadt Extreme

August 2 Wacken, DE Wacken Open Air

August 3 Karlsruhe, DE Substage

August 5 Saarbrucken, DE Garage

August 6 Aschaffenburg, DE Colos-Saal

August 8 Hradec Kralové, CZ Brutal Assault

August 9 Leipzig, DE Werk 2

August 11 Kortrijk, BE Alcatraz Open Air

August 13 Nijmegen, NL Doornroosje

August 15 Bristol, UK ArcTanGent

August 16 Southampton, UK The 1865

August 18 Carhaix, FR Motocultor Festival


November 10 Kortrijk, BE Hell’s Balls Festival

November 16 Klokgebouw, NL Helldorado Festival


May 13 to 18 – co-headlining dates with Red Fang; Lybica opens

May 31 to June 10 – Portrayal of Guilt and Gozu open

June 12 to 18 and 24 to 30 – Portrayal of Guilt and Filth is Eternal open

June 19 to 23 – Ruby the Hatchet and Filth is Eternal open

June 24, 28 and 30 – Frail Body open

August 3 to 6 – KEN Mode open

August 9, 13 and 16 – Pupil Slicer open


Previously announced Graveyard dates:


June 6 Norje, SE Sweden Rock Festival

June 7 Gdansk, DE Mystic Festival

June 21 Dessel, BE Graspop Metal Meeting

June 22 Penmarch, FR God Save the Kouigin

June 27 Clisson, FR Hellfest

June 28 Viviero, ES Resurrection Festival

July 27 Neuensee In Oberfranken, DE Rock Im Wald

August 2 Rejmyre, SE Skogsröjer

August 8 Duna dos Caldeirões Beach, PT Sonic Blast

August 10 Hamburg, DE Elb Riot

November 16 Klokgebouw, NL Helldorado Festival

Photo credit: Ebru Yildiz

About Baroness

Founded in 2003, Baroness is John Baizley (vocals/guitar), Gina Gleason (guitar), Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums). The Philadelphia-meets-Brooklyn foursome have released six full-length albums to date: STONE (2023), Gold & Grey (2019), Purple (2015), Yellow & Green (2012), Blue Record (2009), and the Red Album (2007). Throughout their career, they’ve garnered widespread acclaim, with the band’s albums regularly featured on year-end best of lists, and 2017 seeing their first GRAMMY® nomination. On their most recent album, STONE, Pitchfork said they “remain one of the most remarkable and capable bands at the intersection of heavy metal, hard rock, and psychedelia.” Brooklyn Vegan described the 10-song collection as “Baroness at their most alive and direct,” while Revolver added: “STONE… is a wild ride, full of triumphant sludge metal, and soaring, shoegazing progressive rock.”

Photo credit: Ponyhans

About Graveyard

As enduring and authentic as an old school leather jacket, Graveyard have long since mastered the art of rock’n’roll. Formed in 2006 in Gothenburg, Sweden, their shared passion for hard rock, psychedelia, and the eternal bedrock of blues, marked them out from the start. Led by vocalist/guitarist Joakim Nilsson, they opened their account with their now seminal self-titled Tee Pee Recordings debut in 2007, showcasing fiery chemistry and some wildly imaginative songwriting. Subsequently snapped up by the mighty Nuclear Blast Records, the band’s rise to prominent was swift and irresistible. Fast forward to 2023, Graveyard have completed their latest full-length recording and memories of gloomy lockdown are fast fading. This band has evolved yet again, both in terms of personnel and on a profound music level. Simply titled 6, the band’s sixth studio record may be instantly recognizable as the work of Nilsson and his comrades, but this is a very different kind of Graveyard album. The second record to feature a lin-up of Nilsson, Ramm, bassist Truls Mörck and drummer Oskar Bergenheim, it is more soulful, more introspective and a little darker than its predecessors. The new songs reflect the fragile aftermath of a ruinous global sickness, drawing more inspiration than ever from the blues in the process. But despite its melancholy overtones, 6 still sparks and flashes with many moments of riff-driven euphoria. Ultimately, Graveyard are operating on instinct alone.


About Pallbearer

Pallbearer is Brett Campbell (vocals/electric guitar/synthesizer), Devin Holt (electric and acoustic guitar/vocals), Mark Lierly (drums/percussion) and Joseph D. Rowland (vocals/bass guitar/synthesizer). The Little Rock, Arkansas based band formed in 2008 and have since released four albums: Forgotten Days (2020), Heartless (2017), Foundations of Burden (2014), and Sorrow and Extinction (2012). In their review of Forgotten Days, Pitchfork described the foursome’s music as “soaring majesty on an album that find a new way forward by refining their past,” Stereogum dubbed the collection as “warm and melodic and comforting,” while Revolver said the songs are “sweeping and melancholic” living “between the majesty of “vintage Black Sabbath and the morbid romanticism of Type O Negative.” Decibel, who have featured the band on their cover multiple times, declaring the band’s unique musical vision as “intense, emotional thunder.”