Gold & Grey, the last album in Baroness’ canon of kaleidoscopic releases, is available today. The band has simultaneously debuted the video for “Tourniquet”, with the Pam Strohm directed clip tying into the album artwork’s color palette. One of rock music’s most anticipated releases of the year, the 17-track album is racking up accolade after accolade, with fans and music critics alike raving about the Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Mogwai) produced collection. Consequence of Sound awarded the album an “A”, describing Gold & Grey as “a culmination of all their passion and discipline,” while MetalSucks expanded on that idea, saying “It’s fitting that the chromatic series that started with the blazing Red Album should close with a deep self-examination like this. Spontaneously melancholy and invigorating, Gold & Grey perfectly encapsulates how Baroness excel at reaching shining peaks and descending into gloomy valleys.” July 11 Lancaster, PA The Chameleon July 12 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance July 13 Huntington, NY The Paramount July 14 Hartford, CT Webster Theatre July 16 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom July 17 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls Theatre July 19 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall July 20 Detroit, MI The Majestic July 21 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe at Old National Centre July 23 Palatine, IL Durty Nellie’s July 24 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s July 26 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room July 27 Lawrence, KS The Granada July 28 St. Louis MO The Ready Room July 30 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom July 31 Birmingham, AL Saturn August 4 Baton Rouge, LA The Varsity Theatre August 5 Atlanta, GA Buckhead Theatre August 6 Tampa, FL The Orpheum August 7 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room August 9 Orlando, FL Plaza Live August 10 Jacksonville, FL 1904 Music Hall August 11 Charleston, SC The Music Farm August 13 Charlotte, NC The Underground August 14 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel August 16 Richmond, VA The National August 17 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Sound Stage