ALCATRAZZ First “Target” music video; European/UK Tour Dates Announced

Los Angeles-born, guitar-focused heavy metal icons Alcatrazz have released a performance video for the track “Target,” from the feature film V, released last fall via Silver Lining Music. The video includes live footage from the outfit’s 2021 UK tour and captures the band’s raw, full-throttle live assault.

Founding member Gary Shea aka ‘the man who named Alcatrazz’ comments: “The footage in this clip was filmed live from our recent UK tour of England. After a long layoff it was so cool to rock hard with vocal king Doogie White and new boy Larry Paterson slaying the drums.We look forward to our return to the UK and the next European tour.

Alcatrazz will take their new record to sixteen stages across Europe, kicking off the Golden Ages Festival in Belgium. And it’s no rest for the wicked with the band set to bring their electrifying shows to the UK in February 2023, co-headlining with the legendary Girlschool.

Tour dates:

21 – Golden Age Celebration – Liège, Belgium
24 – Musigburg – Aarburg, Switzerland
26 – Trveheim Festival – Halbergmoos, Germany
27 – Lido – Berlin, Germany
28 – Bambi Galore – Hamburg, Germany
29 – Matrix – Bochum, Netherlands
30 – Musicon – The Hague, France

1 – Forum Vaureal – Paris, France
2 – Secret Location – Montpellier, France
3 – Razzmatazz 2 – Barcelona, ​​Spain
4 – Auditorio Burlada – Pamplona, ​​Spain
5 – Capitol – Santiago, Spain
6 – Club RCA – Lisbon, Portugal
7 – Shoko – Madrid, Spain
9 – Atelier de Moles – Montbeliard, France
10 – 10 years of Rock Inn – Tirol Landeck, Austria

February (with Girlschool)
3 – Tivoli Venue – Buckley, United Kingdom
4 – Waterloo – Blackpool, United Kingdom
5 – Bannermans – Edinburgh, United Kingdom
7 – Nightrain – Bradford, United Kingdom
8 – Trillians – Newcastle, United Kingdom
9 – Eleven – Stoke, United Kingdom
10 – The Robin 2 – Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
11 – Camden Underworld – London, United Kingdom *

* postponed 2022; show original tickets still valid

V is available to order here.

Track list:

“Guardian angel”
“Night Watch”
“The Sword of Deliverance”
“Wheel Ride”
“Black Heart”
“Grace of God”
“Back Forever More”
“Maybe tomorrow”
“House of Lies”
“Alice’s Eyes”
“Dark Day for My Soul”

Video “The Grace of God”:

“Guardian Angel” video:

Video “The Sword of Deliverance”:


Jimmy Waldo – keyboards
Gary Shea – bass
Doogie White – lead vocals
Joe Stump – guitar
Mark Benquechea – drums