Sumerian Records marks its 10 year anniversary with a four week tour, dubbed the Sumerian 10 Year Tour, featuring five of the Los Angeles labels’ bands: Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya, After The Burial, ERRA and Bad Omens.

“Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya and After The Burial have all played a crucial role in the new wave of progressive, heavy music and in the pedigree of Sumerian,” said label founder, Ash Avildsen.  “They are some of the most genuine, hard-working and talented musicians I have had the privilege to work with. I vividly remember first seeing all three of them play together at a tiny legion hall in a small Illinois town when Sumerian was less than a year old and they were all unsigned. I can proudly say that without Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya and After The Burial together on the label, Sumerian would not have become the entity it is today. I am honored to have this Midwest menagerie carrying the 10 Year Tour and excited for our newcomers ERRA and Bad Omens.  Thank you to all of the fans who support the bands and the music. Without you, none of this would be possible. See you in the pit.”


February 19  Minneapolis, MN  Skyway Theatre
February 20  Chicago, IL  The Bottom Lounge
February 21  Millvale, PA  Mr. Small’s Theatre
February 22  Indianapolis, IN  The Emerson Theater
February 23  Pontiac, MI  The Crofoot Ballroom
February 24  Cleveland, OH  Agora Theatre
February 25  Philadelphia, PA  Union Transfer
February 26  Worcester, MA  The Palladium
February 27  New York, NY  The Gramercy Theatre
February 28  Baltimore, MD  Baltimore Sound Stage
February 29  Greensboro, NC  Greene Street Club
March 2  Tampa, FL  The Orpheum
March 4  San Antonio, TX  Korova
March 5  Houston, TX  Walters Downtown
March 6  Austin, TX  Dirty Dog Bar
March 7  El Paso, TX  Tricky Falls
March 8  Mesa, AZ  Nile Theater
March 9  Hollywood, CA  The Roxy Theatre
March 10  Sacramento, CA  Ace of Spades
March 12  San Diego, CA  Soma
March 13  Pomona, CA  The Glasshouse
March 16  Denver, CO  The Summit Music Hall
March 17  Lawrence, KS  Granada Theater
March 18  St. Louis, MO  Fubar

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