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New Video Release- 10 Years Present Video For “Burnout”


 

10 YEARS PRESENT VIDEO FOR “BURNOUT”

Band Continues Global Tour Combining Headline Appearances, Festivals Including

Rock on the Range, Northern Invasion, Rockfest, and Support

Appearances with Breaking Benjamin and Seether

 

Knoxville, TN – 10 Years and Mascot Records present the accompanying video for the next single “Burnout,” from the band’s hit album (how to live) AS GHOSTS.  The clip was directed by Robert John Kley and filmed in a warehouse at Structure Exhibits in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 The lead single “Novacaine,” has received over four and a half million plays on Spotify, with the combined streams for all repertoire on the album exceeding 10.5 million streams.  The clip for the lead single has been viewed well over 1.5 million times.  At radio, “Novacaine” entered the Top 5 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.

 With the release of this video, and the half a million streams to date, “Burnout” follows in the footsteps of the lead single on it’s way to becoming a global hit.

 Confirmed appearances include headline shows cited below, alongside dates with Breaking Benjamin in May and Seether throughout July and August. Planned performances include:

 

5/11     Sioux Falls, SD                                   The District !

5/13     Somerset, WI                                      Somerset Amphitheater – Northern Invasion

5/15     Joliet, IL                                              The Forge

5/16     Clive, IA                                             7 Flags Event Center !

5/17     Peoria, IL                                            Peoria RiverFront

5/18     Columbus, OH                                    Rock on the Range @ Mapfre Stadium

5/24     Knoxville, TN                                     The International

5/26     Dallas, TX                                           Starplex Pavillion

5/27     Pryor, OK                                           Rocklahoma

5/30     Detroit, MI                                          St. Andrew’s Hall

5/31     Sturgis, SD                                          Nikki’s

6/01     Sauget, IL                                           Pop’s Nightclub

6/02     Kansas City, KS                                  Rockfest – The Grounds At Kansas Speedway

6/03     Champaign, IL                                    The City Center

6/30     Inwood, WV                                       Shiley Acres

7/12     Louisville, KY                                    Bourbon Hall

7/14     Oshkosh, WI                                       Ford Festival Park

7/15     Belvedere, IL                                      The Apollo Theater

7/16     Kansas City, MO                                Uptown Theater @

7/17     Wichita, KS                                        The Cotillion @

7/18     Oklahoma City, OK                            Diamond Ballroom @

7/20     Uncasville, CT                                    Mohegan Sun Casino – Wolf Den

7/22     Houston, TX                                       House of Blues @

7/24     Dallas, TX                                           The Bomb Factory @

7/26     Denver, CO                                         Ogden Theatre @

7/27     Salt Lake City, UT                              The Complex @

7/28     Las Vegas, NV                                    House of Blues @

7/30     Boise, ID                                             Knitting Factory Boise @

7/31     Seattle, WA                                        Showbox SODO @

8/01     Spokane, WA                                      Knitting Factory Spokane @

8/04     Sturgis, SD                                          Iron Horse Saloon

8/07     Council Bluffs, IA                              Westfair Amphitheater @

8/09     Dubuque, IA                                       Q Casino @

8/10     Flint, MI                                              Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center

8/11     Sault Sainte Marie, MI                       Kewadin Casino @

! Breaking Benjamin

@ – with Seether / LTNT

About Bryan Joe Corder (2755 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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