Tours long in the making due to Covid have finally seem to be making it’s way through towns in America. This was the case with the many times reschduel Theory of a Deadman tour that finally got it’s barrings and hit Huntsville. The atmosphere was packed this brisk Tuesday evening in the Rocket city. With the convenice of the venue so close to downtown and the regular crowd of rockers that always show up for these shows all queue up, we couldn’t wait to step once more into a new year filled wiht promise and hopefully more live gigs.
The band has released six albums prior, with a combined 250 million plus streams their repertoire. The majority of those are in the U.S., with 200 million plays. Europe accounts for 45 million, with other continents amassing the additional 5 million. To date, Shaman’s Harvest has sold over 100,000 albums and 415,000 singles. At radio, the band’s last album yielded two Top 30 Active Rock singles in “The Come Up” and “Devil In Our Wake.” The prior album, and first with Mascot Label Group, Smokin’ Hearts and Broken Guns enjoyed massive success at the format with four Top 40 Active Rock singles, the highest chart position being #11 with “In Chains.”
Shaman’s Harvest are back with the brand new video for The Devil In Our Wake.
Red Hands Black Deeds is Shaman’s Harvests sixth studio album. Hailing from the American south, Jefferson City, Missouri to be exact,
Shaman’s Harvest and Mascot Label Group have revealed that the lead single from the band’s upcoming album Red Hands Black Deeds (out 7/28) is titled “The Come Up.”