BETTER LEFT UNSAID Adds Corey Cabral as New Bassist

BETTER LEFT UNSAID have added a new member to their group.  Corey Cabral has joined the band as their new bass player.

Corey spoke about joining BETTER LEFT UNSAID:

I am very pleased and honored to be a part of the BETTER LEFT UNSAID family. I have nothing but the up most respect the guys and have always been a fan of the band and it’s accomplishments to date. The future for this band is even brighter and I can’t express how happy I am to be a part of it. I look forward to coming into this band swinging and ripping up the Hed 2 Head II tour and showing the country what we are made of! I can’t be thankful enough for this opportunity and I can’t wait to share the stage with these guys!

The band will be going on tour with Mushroomhead and Hed PE starting on April 15th in Agoura Hills, CA and runs through June 10th with the last show in West Hollywood, CA at The Key Club.  Front man Adam Raffety gave his thoughts about BETTER LEFT UNSAID’s upcoming tour:

“I am overly excited for the upcoming Hed to Head Tour! To be sharing the same stage as the guys in HED P.E. and Mushroomhead on a nightly basis, not to mention having the ability to mingle and shake hands with both old fans and new is an amazing opportunity for us. It’s very humbling to have the ability to see the fans in each town, night after night while doing what we love.”

Additionaly, there was been a venue and city change for one show.  The show scheduled for May 11th in Canton, OH has been moved to Kent, OH and will be at The Kent Stage.  Three new shows have been added in June in Houston, Odessa and Dallas, TX.  A complete list of tour dates can be found below.


4/15: The Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA

4/16: The Galaxy Theatre, Santa Ana, CA

4/17: Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA

4/19: The Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA

4/20: Studio Seven, Seattle, WA

4/21: The Knitting Factory, Boise, ID

4/22: The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT

4/23: The Summit Music Hall, Denver, CO

4/24: The Black Sheep, Colorado Springs, CO

4/26: Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE

4/27: The Cabooze Presents, Minneapolis, MN

4/28: People’s Court, Des Moines, IA

4/29: Pop’s Nightclub, St. Louis, MO

4/30: The Rave, Milwaukee, WI

5/1: Mojoe’s, Joliet, IL

5/2: Planet Live Music, Battle Creek, MI

5/4: The Intersection, Grand Rapids, MI

5/5: Peabody’s, Cleveland, OH

5/6: Al Rosa Villa, Columbus, OH

5/7: The Emerald Theatre, Mt. Clemens, MI

5/8: The Machine Shop, Flint, MI

5/10: McGuffy’s House of Rock, Dayton, OH

5/11: The Kent Stage, Kent, OH

5/12: Altar Bar, Pittsburgh, PA

5/13: The Palladium, Worcester, MA

5/15: Club Texas, Aubern, ME

5/17: The Gramercy Theatre, NYC

5/18: Crocodile Rock, Allentown, PA

5/19: Jaxx, Springfield, VA (DC)

5/20: Hooligans Music Hall, Jacksonville, NC

5/21: The Rock Shop, Fayetteville, NC

5/22: Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte, NC

5/23: Arizona Pete’s, Greensboro, NC

5/25: Floyd’s Music Shop, Tallahassee, FL

5/26: State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL

5/27: Rain, Jacksonville, FL

5/28: Firestone Live, Orlando, FL

5/29: The Culture Room, Fort Lauderdale, FL

6/2: Scout Bar, Houston, TX

6/3: Dos Amigos, Odessa, TX

6/4: Trees, Dallas, TX

6/5: Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque, NM

6/6: Top Deck, Farmington, NM

6/8: Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ

6/9: Rialto Theatre, Tucson, AZ

6/10: The Key Club, West Hollywood, CA


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