A tour with Killswitch Engage and Currents was already great news, but add in today’s announcement that Capra are joining the lineup and baby, you’ve got a stew going. Earlier today, the Louisiana-based metallic hardcore outfit announced they were hopping on for five shows with the two bands just a couple weeks after their current headlining tour comes to an end.
Capra vocalist Crow Lotus said the band were “stoked” to be able to get on the bill, mentioning how they got to witness KSE live back in 2021.
“Killswitch Engage puts on one hell of a show and we were lucky enough to catch them headline Furnace Fest 2021! It’s going to be an honor to share a stage with them. We’re all stoked!”
In addition to their addition to the tour, Capra will also be performing at the Benefit Bach in Birmingham, Alabama on June 17 to help raise funding for the Sloss Furnace Foundation. That day will also include performances by Darkest Hour, The Acacia Strain, Integrity, Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster, Left To Suffer, and more.
According to Capra, they’re currently “putting the finishing touches” on new music, with more information expected in the coming weeks.
If you want to catch Capra at any of their upcoming shows, be sure to check out the list of dates below:
CAPRA [remaining dates]:
3/14/2023 The Sentient Bean – Savannah, GA
3/15/2023 Boggs Social – Atlanta, GA
3/16/2023 Conduit – Orlando, FL w/ Thirst
3/17/2023 SFL Bar – Port Saint Lucie, FL w/ Thirst
3/18/2023 The Legion – Tampa, FL w/ Thirst
3/19/2023 Mosey’s Downtown – Panama City, FL
w/ Killswitch Engage, Currents:
4/10/2023 Rams Head – Baltimore, MD
4/11/2023 The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
4/13/2023 The Norva – Norfolk, VA
4/14/2023 LAUNCH Music Conference & Festival @ Freedom Hall/Lancaster Convention Center – Lancaster, PA
4/15/2023 Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
6/17/2023 Benefit Bash @ Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark – Birmingham, AL