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Atreyu Drop “Warrior” Remix Feat. Travis Barker + Zero 9:36

Atreyu have dropped the remix for their current single “Warrior,” featuring Travis Barker and Zero 9:36. Listen here.
 
The song, which was described as “inspiring” by Loudwire and “explosive” by Alternative Press, appears on their John Feldmann-produced album Baptize, out now via Spinefarm. The track has been wholly embraced by fans and beyond, as it’s rapidly approaching the Top 10 at rock radio and has already accumulated a whopping 15 million streams.
 “‘Warrior’ has been a beast of a track since its release,” the band says. “It’s been such an amazing thing watching it grow and connect with the people. The time has come for a fresh take. Enter Zero 9:36. Same great ‘Warrior’ taste. New and improved ‘Warrior’ flavor.” Atreyu will also embark on the headline “The Baptize Tour” this fall. The U.S. tour kicks off on November 9 in Dallas and runs through December 16 in Santa Ana in their native Orange County, California. The trek will feature special guests Crown the Empire, Tetrarch, Saul, and Defying Decay.

Atreyu are eager to get back on the road and perform songs from the new record and their beloved catalog for their legion of dedicated fans.

Ticket options are available here.

All Atreyu dates, including additional shows in September and October, are below.

ATREYU ON TOUR:
WITH NONPOINT, TETRARCH, + ANOTHER DAY DAWNS:
9/3 — Green Bay, WI — Epic Event Center9/4 — Newport, KY — Ovation9/5 — Madison, WI — The Sylvee9/7 — Wichita, KS — Temple Live9/8 — Fort Smith, AR — Temple Live9/10 — Danville, VA — Blue Ridge Rock Fest

WITH EIGHTEEN VISIONS, DRAGGED UNDER, + DYING WISH:10/5 — Phoenix, AZ — The Marquee10/6 — Los Angeles, CA — 1720
 WITH CROWN THE EMPIRE, TETRARCH, SAUL, + DEFYING DECAY:
11/9 — Dallas, TX  — Gas Monkey Bar And Grill 
11/10 — Houston, TX  — The Warehouse 
11/11 — New Orleans, LA  — Republic NOLA
11/13 — Daytona, FL  — Welcome to Rockville 
11/15 — Atlanta, GA  — The Masquerade
11/16 — Charlotte, NC  — The Underground
11/17 — Baltimore, MD  — Rams Head Live
11/19 — Pittsburgh, PA  — The Roxian
11/20 — Sayreville, NJ  — Starland Ballroom
11/21 — New York, NY  — Webster Hall
11/22 — Albany, NY  — Empire Live 
11/23 — Hartford, CT  — The Webster
11/24 — Worcester, MA  — The Palladium 
11/26 — Detroit, MI  — The Majestic
11/27 — Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall 
11/30 — Cleveland, OH  — The Agora 
12/1 — Grand Rapids, MI  — The Intersection 
12/2 — Joliet, IL  — The Forge
12/3 — Belvidere, IL  — The Apollo Theater AC
12/4 — Minneapolis, MN  — Skyway Theatre 
12/6 — Kansas City, MO  — The Truman
12/7 — Denver, CO  — The Summit 
12/9 — Salt Lake City, UT  — The Depot
12/10 — Boise, ID  — Knitting Factory
12/11 — Portland, OR  — Roseland
12/12 — Seattle, WA  — The Crocodile 
12/14 — Santa Cruz, CA  — The Catalyst
12/15 — San Diego, CA  — House of Blues 
12/16 — Santa Ana, CA  — The Observatory 

Baptize features high profile features from rock heavyweights like Travis Barker, Jacoby Shaddix, and Matt Heafy. The album has garnered placements on top playlists such as Spotify’s Rock This and Amazon’s Fresh Rock, and has received critical accolades from Knotfest, Metal Insider, and beyond. Ultimately, Atreyu remain as vital as ever. They are decades deep into a career that sees them accomplishing new milestones daily with each Baptize song drop.

BAPTIZE TRACK LISTING:
“Strange Powers of Prophecy”
“Baptize”
Save Us
Underrated
“Broken Again”
“Weed”
“Dead Weight”
Catastrophe
“Fucked Up”
“Sabotage Me”
“Untouchable” (Feat. Jacoby Shaddix)
“No Matter What”
“Oblivion” (Feat. Matt Heafy)
“Stay”
Warrior” (Feat. Travis Barker)
 
ATREYU ARE:
Brandon Saller — Vocals
Dan Jacobs — Guitars
Travis Miguel — Guitars
Portner McKnight — Bass + Vocals
Kyle Rosa — Drums

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