The star will visit North America, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, and Australia on the four-month trek.

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Brantley Gilbert might be taking his time on a new album, but that doesn’t mean the Georgia native will be hard to find. Monday morning he announced his global Black Out Tour which will see him visiting Australia and Europe, along with North America. The 36-date run kicks off this month in Amsterdam. He will return to the U.S. at the end of January.

The “One Hell of an Amen” singer tells EW of expanding into new markets, “Why wouldn’t you take it the whole world? People everywhere feel the same things. “One Hell of an Amen” is something everybody’s felt – whether you’ve lost a friend to a war or cancer, whether they died or just got changed. When you see that kind of courage and feel that kind of loss, you know what that means. And that’s not just America, it’s Germany, it’s Australia, it’s the UK. I think anywhere people actually live, they know. Why would you not take music like this to them? That’s what I do, and why I do it. So to go to Europe, the UK, Australia? Hell, yes! We’re coming.”

Gilbert, whose last two albums went gold and platinum with their raw, rock-leaning brand of country, released the following trailer for the run. Check it on and see below for a full list of tour dates.

Nov. 11 — Amsterdam, the Netherlands @ Melkweg

Nov. 12 — Hamburg, Germany @ Fabrik

Nov. 13 — Munich, Germany @ Technikum

Nov. 14 — Stuttgart, Germany @ Im Wizemann

Nov. 17 — Glasgow, Scotland, UK @ Oran Mor

Nov. 18 — Manchester, England, UK @ Manchester Academy

Nov. 19 — Birmingham, England, UK @ Birmingham Institute

Nov. 20 — London, England, UK @ O2 Shephard’s Bush Empire

Jan. 28 — Saginaw, Mich. @ Dow Event Center

Jan 29 — Lexington, Ky. @ Rupp Arena

Jan. 30 — Terre Haute, Ind. @ ISU Hulman Center

Feb. 4 — Augusta, Ga. @ James Brown Arena

Feb. 5 — Orlando, Fla. @ CFE Arena — University of Central Florida

Feb. 6 — Tallahassee, Fla. @ Donald L. Tucker County Civic Center

Feb. 11 — Kingston, Ontario, Canada @ Rogers K Rock Arena

Feb. 12 — Oshawa, Ontario, Canada @ GM Center

Feb. 13 — London, Ontario, Canada @ Budweiser Gardens

Feb. 18 — Toledo, Ohio @ Huntington Center

Feb. 19 — Dayton, Ohio @ Nutter Center

Feb. 20 — Verona, N.Y. @ Turning Stone Resort & Casino

Feb. 24 — San Antonio, Texas, @ AT&T Center Rodeo

Feb. 25 — Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Chesapeake Energy Arena

Feb. 26 — Jonesboro, Ark. @ ASU Convention Center

Feb. 27 — Tupelo, Miss. @ BanCorp South Center

March 3 — Rapid City, S.D. @ Rushmore Plaza Ice Arena

March 4 — Bozeman, Mont. @ Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

March 12 — Queensland, Australia @ CMC Rocks QLD: Willowbank Raceway

April 14 — Hershey, Pa. @ Giant Center

April 15 — Knoxville, Tenn. @ Thompson-Boling Arena

April 16 — Salem, Va. @ Salem Civic Center

April 21 — Brookings, S.D. @ Swiftel Center

April 22 — Bismark, N.D. @ Bismark Civic Center

April 23 — Minneapolis, Minn. @ Target Center

April 28 — Green Bay, Wis. @ Resch Center

April 29 — Cedar Rapids, Iowa @ U.S. Cellular Center

April 30 — Lincoln, Neb. @ Pinnacle Bank Arena

Tickets for the arena dates will be on sale to the general public beginning Friday, November 6 with a special presale for members of the BG Nation. For more information, visit his website.