Fire From The Gods and Ill Niño announce virtual concert on January 30th 2021

Fire From The Gods & Ill Niño virtual concert 2021 poster
Rock rebels Fire From The Gods and Latin Metal Legends Ill Niño announced today a virtual concert with special guest Hyro The Hero to air on January 30, 2021. Tickets and exclusive merch bundles are available to purchase now here.

No moshing? No problem. The world may have paused, but that’s not stopping Fire From The Gods, Ill Niño and Hyro The Hero from keeping the live show energy alive. On January 30th, 2021, at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST, fans will experience three unique sets as part of the must see package, #AmericanRevolución. Featuring new live music from Hyro The Hero, surprise guests from Ill Niño and more. 

The “American Revolución” livestream, will premiere Ill Niño’s stomping current 2020 lineup and reunite 2001’s original “Revolution” line-up, featuring lead guitarist Marc Rizzo (Soulfly), rhythm guitarist Jardel Paisante and percussionist Roger Vasquez and will mark the first time in 18 years that they have performed together, and will be performing songs from their renowned opus, “Revolution Revolución”, which celebrates its 20th year in 2021. In addition, fans can listen to their newest single, “Máscara”, feat. AJ Channer of Fire From The Gods.

When the world shut down, Fire From The Gods were just coming off of a US arena tour with label mates Five Finger Death Punch and preparing for their next tour to showcase their brand new album, “American Sun”, via Better Noise Music. In celebration of its anniversary and an imminent return to stage, Fire From The Gods will perform “American Sun” in its entirety for the first time from the rooftop of local Austin, TX, venue Mohawk.

Tickets, virtual meet & greet packages and exclusive merch bundles for Fire From The Gods, Ill Niño and Hyro The Hero available here

Stream American Sun by Fire From The Gods, here.
Stream “Máscara” by Ill Niño (feat. AJ Channer of Fire From The Gods), here.
New music from Hyro The Hero (feat. Chad Gray of Hellyeah and David Draiman of Disturbed), here.