THE WARNING presents 'MayDay Tour 2022!

After a previously unexpected delay, the alternative, hard rock trio The Warning is hitting over 40 cities in the US, Mexico, and Canada.

The band gained extreme notoriety with a series of releases to their YouTube channel, especially a cover of Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’, which is said to have received a nod from Metallica’s Kirk Hammett, who's quoted as saying “The [Warning] drummer kicks maximum ass!” The Warning now have two full length independent releases and an EP and have opened for heavyweights like Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Alice Cooper, Sammy Hagar and Foo Fighters.

The sisters Daniela, Paulina and Alejandra Villareal make up this young and energetic band and they’ve collected millions and millions of YouTube views and music streams, and had fans anxiously awaiting their arrival when the original dates for their ‘Mayday Tour’ had to be postponed. It’s safe to say that the wait was more than worth it as sold-out shows and reviews from various performances have been overwhelmingly positive.

(Photo: Fran Ocegueda - Full gallery below)

On April 28, 2022, it was Chicago’s turn on the Mayday Tour and Bottom Lounge played host to an incredible night of fresh rock music at the hands of one of the most exciting bands out of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Tracks from the newly released 'Mayday' EP were presented along with material from their albums 'Queen of the Murder Scene' and 'XXI Century Blood'.

(Photo: Fran Ocegueda - Full gallery below)

The Villareal siblings seem quite unstoppable and, to date, their most heavily streamed songs are their cover ‘Enter Sandman’, their original tracks ‘Choke’, ‘Survive’, and ‘Narcisista’. For an added bonus, you can find performances of the song ‘Narcisista’ and ‘Quemandome de Amor’ featuring Jay de la Cueva and Moderatto with a little search of their channel or YouTube. There is little doubt that The Warning will continue to be a force to be reckoned with and we excitedly await the release of their next full-length LP. For a list of tour dates and tickets, visit the links below. And, if you missed The Warning in your town, or have yet to go see them perform, check out the outstanding photos from their stop in the windy city.

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Photos by: Fran Ocegueda (@fran_volta)