Atreyu Take 'Long Live' on North American Tour, Share New Video

Atreyu Take 'Long Live' on North American Tour, Share New Video
It's been six long years since Orange County metalcore warriors Atreyu released an album, marking by far the longest break between their records in their career. Now, they're back. Having already announced that Long Live would arrive on September 18 through Search and Destroy Records/Spinefarm Records, they've now confirmed the details surrounding the album, in addition to sharing a new video and mapping out a North American tour.

That's the freshly unveiled 12-song tracklist below, and you can see the album art above. Long Live is also now available to pre-order at the band's website.

At the bottom of the page, watch a video for "Long Live," directed by the band's own bassist Porter McKnight. The song is a punishingly heavy anthem that becomes dramatically melodic during the choruses. The accompanying video is a sinister one, as some coffin-dragging cloaked figures emerge from a lake to murder people in a various unpleasant ways. There's an interesting twist once we see the cloaked figures' faces.

Also below, see Atreyu's tour schedule. In addition to a number of U.S. shows in the late summer and early fall, there are Canadian stops in Toronto on October 5 and Montreal on October 6.

Long Live:

1. Long Live
2. Live to Labor
3. I Would Kill/Lie/Die (For You)
4. Cut Off the Head
5. A Bitter Broken Memory
6. Do You Know Who You Are
7. Revival (interlude)
8. Heartbeats and Flatlines
9. Brass Balls
10. Moments Before Dawn
11. Start to Break
12. Reckless

Tour dates:

08/22 Essen, Germany - Zeche Carl

08/24 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg

08/25 Hamburg, Germany - Grünspan
08/27 Colchester, UK - Colchester Arts Centre

08/28 Nottingham, UK - Rescue Rooms

08/28-30 Reading, UK - Reading Festival
08/28-30 Wetherby, UK - Leeds Festival

09/11-13 Chicago, IL - Humboldt Park (Riot Fest)
09/18 Pomona, CA - The Glasshouse
09/19 Sacramento, CA - Ace of Spades
09/20 Los Angeles, CA - Troubadour
10/2 Detroit, MI - Crofoot Ballroom
10/3 Louisville, KY - Louder Than Life Festival
10/5 Toronto, ON - Opera House
10/6 Montreal, QC - Corona Theater
10/7 New York, NY - Irving Plaza
10/9 Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
10/10 Philadelphia, PA - Rockhouse Philly Fest
10/11 Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Sound Stage
10/12 Norfolk, VA - The Norva