Saul Book Headline US Tour Dates with Kingdom Collapse

Hard rock heavyweights, Saul, will embark on a headline tour in the US this spring. With Kingdom Collapse serving as support, the live run kicks off on March 29 in their native Iowa and runs through April 12 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The shows come in support of Saul’s latest album, This Is It…The End Of Everything, released last year via Spinefarm records. Head into the article below for live listings and more.

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We are so stoked to be back on the road,” says Zach Bedsaul (lead guitar) . “Touring with our good friends in Kingdom Collapse will be amazing. Seeing all the Equals will be the best part of all! We will be throwing hard on every date to bring you the best show. So buckle up — because we’re coming!

Saul On Tour:
With Kingdom Collapse:
03/29 — Des Moines, IA — Lefty’s Live Music
03/30 — Madison, WI — The Annex
03/31 — Westland, MI — Token Lounge
04/2 — Johnson City, TN — Capones
04/3 — Atlanta, GA — Masquerade (Purgatory)
04/5 — Dallas, TX — RBC
04/6 — Austin, TX — Come And Take It Live
04/7 — Houston, TX — Scout Bar
04/9 — Oklahoma City, OK — 89th Street
04/10 — St Louis, — Old Rock House
04/11 — Sioux City, IA — The Marquee
04/12 — Sioux Falls, SD — Remedy at 611


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This Iowa quartet continues to bring audiences together with a one-two punch of pummeling metallic grooves and towering melodies. Amassing tens of millions of streams, the group fortify an unbreakable bond with listeners on their second full-length offering, This Is It…The End Of Everything. For this record, the band collaborated with producer Kile Odell [Motionless In White, Nita Strauss]. Saul emerged out of the Midwest in 2017 and tirelessly bulldozed a path to the forefront of modern rock. They notably performed alongside everyone from Motionless In White, Atreyu, August Burns Red, Crown The Empire, Bush, and 10 Years to Hellyeah and Nonpoint in addition to gracing the stages of festivals, including Rebel Rock, Rock Fest, Rock USA, Inkcarceration, and Blue Ridge Rock Fest with Rob Zombie, Mudvayne, and Slipknot. The group independently landed a bona fide hit in the form of “Brother”— an homage to the co-founders’ late brother Caleb. It marked their first #1 on Sirius/XM Octane in addition to gathering over 9 million Spotify streams and paving the way for their 2020 full-length debut, Rise As Equals. Co-written with David Draiman of Disturbed, “King Of Misery” reeled in 3.7 million Spotify streams, while “Trial By Fire” also surpassed 3 million Spotify streams.

Blake Bedsaul – Lead vocals
Zach Bedsaul – Lead guitar, backup vocals
William McIlravy – Bass, backup vocals
Myles Clayborne – Drums

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