Tyr, Orphaned Land, Ghost Ship Octavius, Aeternam. May.15

Týr returns to the Rickshaw Theatre this May 15 with Orphaned Land, Ghost Ship Octavius, Aeternam and Massive Scar Era.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Rickshaw Theatre (254 East Hastings)
Doors 6:30pm
No minors
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Tickets on sale FRIDAY MARCH 30 online at: www.theinvisibleorange.com
In person on sale APRIL

3 at Red Cat Records and Neptoon Records.
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This May, Týr will headline a North American tour with Orphaned Land, Ghost Ship Octavius, and Aeternam! See below for all confirmed dates, with more to be added soon.

Týr front man and founder Heri Joensen comments: "It's been waay too long since we visited Vinland, and we're Helbent on having a blast of a time on this trip!"

Týr is currently finishing work on their eighth studio album, due out fall 2018 via Metal Blade Records. This upcoming record will be the follow-up to the band's critically claimed full-length, Valkyrja, which was released in 2013. The concept behind Valkyrja involves a story based around a nameless, Viking-era warrior, who leaves his woman and goes off to impress the Valkyrie on the battlefield so that she may bring him to Valhalla, or to Folkvangr, the home of Freyja - the goddess associated with love, sexuality, beauty, fertility, gold, sorcery, war, and death. One can say the album is also indirectly about women and how they affect men and what men will do to impress and obtain women. Front man and founder Heri Joensen goes on to explain: "The woman that the warrior leaves may represent the earthly women. Freyja, The Lady Of The Slain, may represent the perfection of Women, and the Valkyrie is the link between the two, taking men from earthly to godly women."

To preview and purchase Valkyrja, please visit: metalblade.com/tyr

Týr online:
http://www.tyr.fo
https://www.facebook.com/tyrband

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254 E. Hastings, V6A 1P1
Vancouver
15 May , Tuesday 18:30

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