New York Hard Rock Band YEAR OF THE LOCUST has announced that they will be hitting the road with legendary rock band TESLA. Launching February 2nd in Madison, WI, the SHOCK USA TOUR will wind through the Midwest and the East Coast before ending February 23rd in Orlando, FL.

The band has also revealed a snippet of their upcoming single, “Stay Alive.” Produced by Brett Hestla, “Stay Alive” features TESLA drummer Troy Luccketta.

Having our dear friend Brian Bonds’ guitar work in the studio is always inspiring. And Troy Luccketta’s drumming on “Stay Alive” really took the song to a new level. It was an honor to have their energy.” – Scot McGiveron (Vocals)

Tour Dates
02/02 @ The Sylvee – Madison, WI 
02/05 @ House Of Blues – Chicago, IL 
02/06 @ House Of Blues – Chicago, IL

02/08 @ The Pageant – St. Louis, MO # 
02/09 @ Murat Theater – Indianapolis, IN 
02/12 @ Palace Theater – Greensburg, PA 
02/15 @ Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PA * 
02/17 @ House Of Blues – Myrtle Beach, SC 
02/19 @ Ryamn Auditorium – Nashville, TN 
02/20 @ Bukchead Theater – Atlanta, GA 
02/22 @ House Of Blues – Orlando, FL 
02/22 @ House Of Blues – Orlando, FL

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Year of the Locust is a motley collection of personalities from the American Northeast. Hailing from NYC, Washington Dc, and West “By God” Virginia, the band’s sound has come into it’s own under the watchful eye of producer/guitarist Brain Bonds.

“I remember going to see them at The Masquerade in Atlanta. In the moments before YOTL hit the stage I (and everyone else) heard some sort of guttural gang chant erupt from the backstage area. It really grabbed everyone’s attention. The tenacity they brought to their show and the way they commanded the stage was reminiscent of the arena bands I enjoyed as a kid. That type of power is a unique thing, and I knew I wanted to know more about them.” -Brian Bonds

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