Apostle of Solitude Announce European Tour dates

Apostle of Solitude have announced details for a European Tour this November.

The tour begins on Saturday November 12th, and is book-ended with performances at both the DOOM OVER VIENNA festival in Vienna, Austria, as well as the HAMMER OF DOOM festival in Wurzburg, Germany. Complete tour dates are as follows:

Apostle of Solitude live:

Saturday Nov. 12th: DOOM OVER VIENNA festival – Vienna, Austria @ Viper Room Vienna
Sunday Nov. 13th: Marburg, Germany (with Barabbas) @ Szenario
Monday Nov. 14th: Lille, France (with Barabbas) @ El Diablo – Live Rock Club
Tuesday Nov. 15th: Roeselare, Belgium (with Barabbas) @ De Verlichte Geest
Wednesday Nov. 16th: Tilburg, Netherlands (with Treurwilg) @ Little Devil Bar
Thursday Nov. 17th: Hamburg, Germany (with BST) @ Bar 227
Friday Nov. 18th: Szczecin, Poland @ Szczecinski Loft Kultury
Saturday Nov. 19th: HAMMER OF DOOM festival – Wurzburg, Germany @ Posthalle Wurzburg

The band’s last US performance prior to the tour will be Sunday October 9th in Indianapolis, IN at the 5th Quarter Lounge with Saint Vitus, The Skull, and Witch Mountain.

Apostle of Solitude is:
Corey Webb (drums)
Chuck Brown (guitar/vox)
Steve Janiak (guitar/vox)
Mike Naish (bass)


Apostle of Solitude
November 12 – 19, 2016

Marking their first overseas appearances, Apostle of Solitude will be playing both the Doom Over Vienna festival (in Vienna, Austria) on Saturday November 12th, as well as the Hammer of Doom festival (in Wurzburg, Germany) on the weekend of November 19th. A string of select western European dates are presently being booked to bridge the gap between the two festival appearances. Updated and more specific information will be announced in the coming weeks. Apostle of Solitude are very much looking forward to these dates, and to meeting new friends in Europe.

Hammer of Doom 2016 Poster

Live Review from the 5/21/16 Apostle of Solitude Show

Indy Metal Shows said some kind words in their review of the Apostle show from 5/21:

Of course, everybody already knows how great Apostle of Solitude are, and after they played ‘Sincerest Misery (1000 Days),’ the rest of the night could have sucked and I would have still felt like I’d gotten my money’s worth. I enjoy them on record, but AoS live is an entirely different animal. If anyone reading this has yet to see them, you should consider correcting that ASAP.

Special thanks to Nyarlathotep. You can read the entire review HERE