Incendiary five-piece Fire From The Gods have just been added to the bill for the 2020 version of the iconic Download Festival UK. It continues the huge upward trajectory for the eclectic Austin, TX band. The band will play the Dogtooth Stage on Saturday 13thJune 202 alongside the likes of Sepultura, Obituary, Dying Fetus, Chelsea Grin and more….

Fire From the Gods recently shared the video for the infectious and groove-laden title track from their new album American Sun, which was released on November 1 through Eleven Seven andRise Recordsand has already clocked over 5 million streams. The album is available here.

Watch the video for “American Sun,” which crackles with intensity and features live footage, here.

Fresh off an arena tour in which they supported Five Finger Death Punch alongside Three Days Grace and Bad Wolves, Fire From The Gods are currently on tour in Europe with The HU. The tour started started on the 15thJanuary 2020 in Germany and runs through to the 16thFebruary in Ireland. The highly buzzed about trek is almost completely sold out. All dates are hereand below is the UK and Eire dates.

UK leg (of Fire From the Gods European tour support to The Hu)

Saturday 8thFebruary 2020                     Brighton The Haunt, UK
Monday 10thFebruary 2020                     Bristol O2 Academy, UK
Tuesday 11thFebruary 2020                    London Electric Ballroom, UK
Wednesday 12thFebruary 2020             Manchester O2 Ritz, UK
Friday 14thFebruary 2020                        Glasgow The Garage, UK
Saturday 15thFebruary 2020                   Belfast Limelight, UK
Sunday 16thFebruary 2020                      Dublin The Academy, Ireland
Saturday 13th June 2020                          The Dogtooth Stage, Download Festival, UK

2019 has been a banner year for Fire From The Gods. The band was recently named a 2020 breakout artist by Pandora and SiriusXM, while the band enjoyed prime placements on major playlists such as Spotfiy’s Rock Hard, New Metal Tracks, and Adrenaline Workout, as well as Apple’s Breaking Hard Rock and Metal.

“Right Now,” the lead single from American Sun, is currently Top 20 on the active rock charts and continues to grow in audience..

American Sun was recorded, engineered, and mixed by Erik Ron (Godsmack, Motionless In White, Panic! At The Disco) over a two-month period in Los Angeles, and mastered by Howie Weinberg (Alice Cooper, Korn, Red Hot Chili Peppers). It’s an expertly executed and DNA distinct amalgam of metal, hip-hop, and modern rock. Fire From The Gods have adopted the tagline “In Us We Trust” — meaning “We the People” are responsible for change; a unifying statement in order to try to prevent society from succumbing to the growing malaise brought on by soul-sucking technology, divisive politics, and environmental destruction.

AJ Channer — Vocals
Drew Walker — Guitars
Jameson Teat — Guitars
Bonner Baker — Bass
Richard Wicander — Drums

Armed with a bold hybrid of metal, rock, and hip-hop, Fire From The Gods punch through genre and cultural barriers and make a provocative and powerful statement with each subsequent album. Averaging nearly 400,000 monthly listeners on Spotify with nearly 30 million total streams as of 2019, the Austin, TX outfit introduced themselves on 2016’s Narrativeand expanded 2017 follow-up Narrative Retold. Among a bevy of bangers, “Excuse Me” cracked 5.6 million Spotify streams followed by “End Transmission” at 3.1 million Spotify streams. On Narrative Retold, legendary Korn frontman Jonathan Davis produced “Evolve” and “The Voiceless”—the latter of which leapt past 2.6 million Spotify streams. Signing to Five Finger Death Punch guitarist and mastermind Zoltan Bathory for management and Eleven Seven Music for label in 2019, the group served up its most potent offering yet with American Sun. “Right Now” racked up 1.9 million Spotify streams in a few months’ time as the band appeared in features by Consequence of Soundand more. Along the way, they also toured with everyone from Five Finger Death Punch to Bad Wolves, building a devout following. Now, American Sunsees them burn brighter than ever.