Poster art for the upcoming W.A.S.P./Armored Saint tour.
Led by guitarist and singer Blackie Lawless, W.A.S.P. will celebrate its 40th anniversary this fall with a special tour featuring opening act Armored Saint.
The trek comes to the Agora on Nov. 12.
“Armored Saint is totally pumped to be the special guest on the upcoming 40th anniversary tour of W.A.S.P.," says Armored Saint singer John Bush in a press release. "This tour will take us back to our fond memories of sharing the stage together with W.A.S.P. at the Troubadour in Hollywood where it all began in 1982. We’re also excited to be playing tunes from our last record, Punching the Sky, since we haven’t done any shows since its release in 2020. Old schoolers, I expect you there! New schoolers, we want you there! It’s gonna be a blast!"
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