Shinedown Announce New Album, ‘Threat to Survival’

2015-08-12

Story by Cat Badra

Shinedown’s new studio album, ‘Threat to Survival,’ will arrive in September

Shinedown have teased a new album for weeks now, and now, the band as confirmed details on the new set. The rockers’ fifth studio album, “Threat to Survival,” will arrive on Sept. 18.

Frontman Brent Smith describes the album’s title as “that primal instinct in all of us that determines how we respond to crisis and conflict — the idea of ‘fight or flight’ and the choices we make in any given situation.”

“This album represents those deciding moments for us as a band,” Smith added. “It’s a collection of scenarios that made us who we are, and is, by far, the most autobiographical album we’ve created to date.”

“Cut the Cord,” the lead single off “Threat to Survival,” is Shinedown’s ninth song to hit No. 1 on Billboard’s mainstream rock songs chart. Those who pre-order the album on iTunes will score an instant download of “Cut the Cord.”

Shinedown are already on the road this summer, but the band also has plans to set out on a fall 2015 tour with Breaking Benjamin in support of “Threat of Survival.” Find tour dates below.

Shinedown, ‘Threat to Survival,’ Track Listing:

“Asking for It”
“Cut the Cord”
“State of My Head”
“Outcast”
“How Did You Love”
“It All Adds Up”
“Oblivion”
“Dangerous”
“Thick as Thieves”
“Black Cadillac”
“Misfits”

Shinedown and Breaking Benjamin 2015 Co-Headlining Tour Dates:

10/16 — Wichita, Kan., Intrust Arena
10/18 — Lubbock, Texas, Lonestar Amphitheater
10/20 — Rio Rancho, N.M., Santa Ana Star Center
10/22 — Las Vegas, Nev., The Joint
10/26 — Everett, Wash., Xfinity Center
10/27 — Kennewick, Wash., Toyota Center
10/29 — Bozeman, Mont., Brick Breedan Fieldhouse
10/30 — Salt Lake City, Utah, Maverick Center
10/31 — Broomfield, Colo., 1st Bank Events Center
11/2 — Sioux Falls, S.D., Denny Sanford Premier Center
11/4 — Cedar Rapids, Iowa, US Cellular Center
11/6 — Peoria, Ill., Peoria Civic Center
11/7 — Youngstown, Ohio, Covelli Center
11/8 — Salem, Va., Salem Center
11/10 — Knoxville, Tenn., Knoxville Coliseum
11/11 — Huntsville, Ala., Von Braun Center
11/13 — Nashville, Tenn., Bridgestone Arena
11/14 — Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Center
11/15 — Cape Girardeau, Mont., Show Me Center
11/17 — Fayetteville, N.C., Crown Center Coliseum
11/19 — Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
11/20 — St. College, Pa., Bryce Jordan Center
11/21 — Huntington, W.V., Big Sandy Arena
11/23 — Albany, N.Y., Time Union Center
11/24 — Portland, Maine, Cross Insurance Arena

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