Halestorm and The Pretty Reckless to Seduce Washington Avenue Armory this Spring

The Washington Avenue Armory will host the lone New York date for the upcoming Halestorm/The Pretty Reckless tour on Tuesday May 5, presented by Carnival Of Madness.

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After a year absence, the Carnival of Madness brand is back but not in the form of an actual Carnival of Madness tour. Carnival is actually presenting the tour and is powered by Monster Energy.

Carnival’s Facebook page at the end of 2014 hinted at something special for the fans in 2015 with the possibility of two tours to make up for the loss of not being able to put a show together for 2014.

Halestorm posted on their facebook page that another opener will be added soon to the line-up. The tour will stop in 14 cities so far through the U.S this spring with more dates being added.

Two of the hottest women in rock music in Hale and Momsen will grace the stage on the same night in Albany. Every rock fan in the Capital Region should try to witness these amazing women in action.

Halestorm is no stranger to the Carnival of Madness brand. The band was on the Carnival of Madness tour in 2012. Halestorm will be supporting their soon to be released third studio effort Into the Wild Life on April 7 2015. Their first single off the album Apocalyptic has been released to rock stations everywhere gaining positive reviews.

With hits like “Familiar Taste of Poison,” “I Get Off,” “Love Bites” and “I Miss The Misery,” Halestorm has become a huge fan favorite for many music fans besides rock fans. Hales beautiful medlodic power vocals has virturaly made her a rock/metal goddess

The Pretty Reckless is currently on their second studio effort Going to Hell released in early 2014. The album consists of the hits “Heaven Knows,” “Messed Up World” and current single “Follow Me Down.” Former Gossip Girl star Momsen is starting to make a name for herself in the genre with her live performances and unique style.

Click link to buy tickets or visit the Armory box office: Washington Avenue Armory. Tickets are $29.50 before fees and $32.00 day of show.

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