Halestorm Comes “Back from the Dead” with Thunderous New Song/Video; Tour with Evanescence Starts 11/5


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Fronted by Lzzy Hale, one of the most dynamic vocalists of the current hard rock scene, Halestorm has amassed a strong run over the past several years — and the band is back with a roaring new song, “Back from the Dead.”

Debuted on Wednesday, the song is a powerhouse anthem of defiance and resilience, a showcase of Hale’s talents and the group’s first new music since the 2018 album Vicious. Its music video depicts Hale all but left for dead on a hospital stretcher, only to … well, come all the way “Back from the Dead”:

“’Back From the Dead’ is about survival, not in a physical sense, even though I know we all have been touched by death especially these last few years,” said Lzzy Hale of the track. “This song is personal and written from a mental health perspective. I wanted to give myself and the world a hard rock song we could shout out loud as the gates opened again. I was on the edge of this world getting completely lost in oblivion, but even though it was the harder of two choices, I didn’t just let the darkness and depression in my mind dig me an early grave. I didn’t just sit and let it take me. I’ve erased my name from my headstone, so save your prayers, I’m back! I hope this song, as I pass it on to you, reminds YOU of your strength individually and that you are not alone.”

Halestorm will hit the road with Evanescence beginning on Nov. 4 for a co-headlining arena tour that promises to be pretty special. The dates:

NOVEMBER
4 Garden City, ID Revolution Concert House & Event Center
5 Portland, OR Veterans Memorial Coliseum^
7 Seattle, WA Seattle, WA^
9 San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose^
12 Las Vegas, NV The Chelsea, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas^
13 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena^
15 Phoenix, AZ Arizona Federal Theatre^
17 Salt Lake City, UT Union Event Center (The Union)
20 Fort Worth, TX Dickies Arena^
21 Houston, TX The Terminal^

DECEMBER
2 Duluth, GA Gas South Arena^
5 St. Louis, MO Chaifetz Arena^
8 Joliet, IL Rialto Square Theatre^
11 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena^
12 Cincinnati, OH Heritage Bank Center^
14 Pittsburgh, PA Petersen Events Center, University of Pittsburgh^
15 Newark, NJ Prudential Center^
17 Camden, NJ BB&T Pavilion^
18 Worcester, MA DCU Center^

^denotes co-headline with Evanescence


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