Corelia Announce Headlining US Tour with I, Omega and Seeker

Corelia 2013 tour

Corelia simply aren’t active enough. I know that it isn’t the band’s fault or anything, as they’re a relatively small band that have “real” jobs and obligations to take care of. Though with their critical fanfare and extended family tree that includes Periphery (Spencer Sotelo was in the band for a minute) and The Human Abstract (vocalist Ryan Devlin was a live fill-in when their vocalist bailed), they should have more than an EP and smaller tours under their belts. Labels, sign these dudes please.

Though their on-and-off downtime over the last year or so has lead me to miss their existence, Corelia are getting back in action with a regional tour out West with support from I, Omega and Seeker. Here are the dates:

02/14 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
02/15 Oklahoma City, OK – The Parish
02/16 Tyler, TX – The Oil Palace (“Outrage Festival“)
02/17 Austin, TX – The Hole In The Wall
02/18 Roswell, NM – The Unity Center
02/19 Albuquerque, NM – Amped Performance Center
02/20 El Paso, TX – Gallery 127
02/21 Mesa, AZ – The Nile Underground
02/22 Las Vegas, NV – The Cheyenne Saloon
02/23 Fullerton, CA – The Anchor

If you’re lucky enough to have them come to a city near you, go out and support the band. Tours like this are typically self-financed aside from possible contributions from sponsors (Warwick, Ernie Ball, and Toontrack in this case), so make sure these lovely guys don’t go home broke. If you’ve slept on this band, you can hear their Nostalgia EP below:


– JR

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