March 2016

Enterprise Earth, the six-piece deathcore band from Spokane, Washington, are headed back out on tour. They will hit the road for a slew of dates and will remain on the road through the end of May. Enterprise Earth will embark on a handful of headline dates, in addition to sharing stages with Carnifex and Phinehas in April. The band will also jump on tour with Whitechapel, Fit for a King, and The Plot In You in May.



 4/2 | Las Vegas, Nev. — Extreme Thing
 4/4 | Albuquerque, N.M. — Launchpad
 4/5 | Denver, Colo. – Marquis Theater
 4/7 | St. Louis, Mo. — Fubar
 4/8 | Fort Worth, Texas — Tomcats
 4/9 | Austin, Texas — Texas Independence Fest
 4/11 | Tucson, Az. — Club XS
 4/12 | Flagstaff, Az. — The Green Room
 4/15 | Anaheim, Calif. — Chain Reaction
 4/16 | San Diego, Calif. – SOMA


 4/20 | San Antonio, Texas — Jacks Patio
 4/22 | Tampa, Fla. — Epic Problem
 4/23 | Statesboro, Ga. — Charter Conservatory
 4/25 | Atlanta, Ga. — Masquerade - Purgatory
 4/26 | Johnson City, Tenn. — The Hideaway
 4/27 | Philadelphia, Pa. — Voltage Lounge
 4/28 | Freehold, N.J. — GameChangerWorld
 4/30 | Columbus, Ohio — The Summit
 5/1 | Nashville, Tenn. — The End


 5/4 | Fayetteville, Ark. — Georfe's Majestic Lounge
 5/5 | Springfield, Mo. — The Outland Ballroom
 5/6 | Oklahoma City, Okla. —89th Street Collective*
 5/7 | Lubbock, Texas — Jakes Sports Cafe
 5/8 | Wichita, Kan. — Rock Island
 5/9 | Omaha, Neb. — Lookout Lounge **
 5/10 | Des Moines, Iowa — Lefty's Live Music
 5/11 | Iowa City, Iowa — Gabe's
 5/12 | Grand Rapids, Mich. — The Stache
 5/13 | Erie, Pa. — Basement Transmissions
 5/14 | Reading, Pa. — Reverb Concerts
 5/15 | Frederick, Md. — Cafe 611
 5/16 | Amityville, N.Y. — Amityville Music Hall **
 5/17 | South Burlington, Vt. — Higher Ground
 5/18 | Clifton Park, N.Y. — Upstate Concert Hall***
 5/19 | Richmond, Va. — The Canal Club
 5/20 | Greensboro, N.C. — The Blind Tiger***
 5/21 | Columbia, S.C. — New Brookland Tavern
 5/22 | Wilmington, N.C. — Ziggy's by the Sea

 **TPIY + EE Only
 ***No FFAK

Money Brothers consisting of brothers Monte and Michael Money, created the Money Brothers after leaving their former act Escape The Fate. But things changed with their Money Brothers project, and developed into another project known as Beyond Unbroken. They have gone on to release a new song and video to accompany said song "Losing My Mind". Check it out HERE.

ATREYU will embark on a headline tour in May 2016 in recognition and celebration of the 10-year anniversary of their album A Death-Grip on Yesterday. The band will be playing the album in full for the first time, as well as songs from their catalog and their current album Long Live. Islander and Sworn In will serve as support, save for the Seattle date, during which Nekrogoblikon will replace Sworn In.

ATREYU vocalist Alex Varkatzas said, "Death-Grip is my favorite 'older' ATREYU album. It represents an exciting time and place for myself and my brothers. It's our most 'to the point' record. I also feel it's one of our most natural records as well. Lyrically, I got to run free and it felt great. We are pleased to play it in its entirety and give each song its due!"

Drummer and vocalist Brandon Saller concurred, "For me, Death-Grip was a landmark record in our career. I feel that it was the first album we made where we took fearless leaps into the unknown. This record is still one of my favorite pieces of work we've ever done and I feel like our fans hold it in the same regard. I'm really excited to celebrate 10 great years of this album's life. We will be playing Death-Grip front to back, as well as a good bunch of other favorites."

Check out the list of dates below!


5/3: Chico, CA @ Senator Theater
5/4: Reno, NV @ Cargo
5/6: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
5/7: Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
5/8: Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
5/9: Missoula, MT @ The Wilma
5/10: Billings, MT @ Babcock Theatre
5/12: Sioux Falls, SD @ The District
5/13: Council Bluffs, IA @ KIWR Rockfest
5/14: Wichita, KS @ Rock Island Live
5/15: Tulsa, OK @ Cain's Ballroom
5/16: Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog
5/17: Odessa, TX @ Club Patron
5/19: Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
5/20: Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl

Davey Suicide has announced the dates for "The Anti-System Revolution Tour" with special guests Deadstar Assembly and The Funeral Portrait (presented by High Road Publicity). "The Anti-System Revolution Tour" kicking off on April 25th in New York City and working its way throughout the U.S., wrapping up on May 14th in Los Angeles, California.

The Anti-System Revolution Tour is going to be one big ole rock and goth party. We are bringing a show and a line up to every city that's going to give every tour this Spring a run for it's money. - Davey Suicide

Check out the promoting tour video right HERE.


4/26 - COVE MUSIC HALL- Worcester, MA
4/27 - AGORA BALLROOM - Cleveland, OH*
4/28 - THE WAITING ROOM - Buffalo, NY*
4/29 - FISHHEAD CANTINA - Baltimore, MD*
5/03 - SCOUT BAR - Houston, TX*
5/04 - The RAIL CLUB - Ft. Worth, TX*
5/06 - The DIRTY DOG - Austin, TX*
5/07 - KOROVA - San Antonio, TX*
5/09 - BLACK SHEEP - Colorado Springs, CO
5/12 - PUB ROCK - Mesa, AZ
5/13 - CHAIN REACTION - Anaheim, CA
5/14 - BAR SINISTER - Hollywood, CA

*Deadstar Assembly April 27th through May 7th ONLY

BryanStars who got his start as an interviewer, interviewing various bands and musical acts from winning a YouTube contest. Has turned into an musical act himself, with the release of his new song and video for said song "Shut Up And Kiss Me", off his debut EP "Follow Your Dreams". Check out the video right HERE. The EP's artwork, tracklisting and ordering can be found HERE with a release date of April 1st 2016.

Deftones have added a series of summer U.S. tour dates to their previously announced headlining tour, which kicks off on May 8th in Charlotte, NC. The second leg kicks off on August 2nd in Bethlehem, PA, and wraps up with a show in Mesa, AZ, on August 31st.


05/08  Concord, NC                       Carolina Rebellion
05/10  Memphis, TN                       Minglewood Hall
05/11  Nashville, TN                       Ryman Auditorium
05/13  Pompano Beach, FL           Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
05/14  Lake Buena Vista, FL          House of Blues
05/15  Atlanta, GA                          Shaky Knees Festival
05/17  St. Augustine, FL                 St. Augustine Amphitheatre
05/18  New Orleans, LA                 Orpheum Theatre
05/20  Kansas City, MO                  Uptown Theatre
05/21  Maryland Heights, MO         KPNT Pointfest
05/22  Columbus, OH                     Rock on the Range
05/24  Sioux Falls, SD                    The District
05/25  Wichita, KS                           Cotillion Ballroom
05/26  Oklahoma City, OK               Criterion Theater
05/28  El Paso, TX                           Neon Desert Festival
06/03  London, UK                           The SSE Arena Wembley
06/04  Mendig, Germany                 Rock AM Ring
06/05  Nürnberg, Germany              Rock IM Park
06/10  Paris, France                         Download Festival
06/11  Derby, UK                              Download Festival
06/14  Cologne, Germany               Palladium
06/15  Berlin, Germany                   Columbiahalle
06/17  Aarhus, Denmark                 NorthSide Festival
06/18  Reykjavik, Iceland                Secret Solstice
08/02  Bethlehem, PA                     Sands Bethlehem Event Center*
08/03  Baltimore, MD                      Pier Six Concert Pavilion*
08/05  Brooklyn, NY                        Coney Island Amphitheater*
08/06  Philadelphia, PA                   Festival Pier at Penn's Landing*
08/07  Uncasville, CT                      Mohegan Sun Arena*
08/09  Boston, MA                           Blue Hills Bank Pavilion*
08/10  Asbury Park, NJ                   Stone Pony Summerstage*
08/12  Sterling Heights, MI              Freedom Hill Amphitheatre*
08/16  St. Paul, MN                         Myth
08/17  Clive, IA                                Seven Flags Event Center
08/18  Tulsa, OK                              Brady Theater
08/20  Magna UT                             Saltair Resort Main Pavilion
08/23  Fresno, CA                            Woodward Park - Summer Concerts
08/24  Los Angeles, CA                   Greek Theatre
08/25  Berkeley, CA                         Greek Theatre
08/30  Las Vegas, NV                      The Joint
08/31  Mesa, AZ                               Mesa Amphitheatre

*with special guest Refused

Dope has announced the dates for their "Die Mother Fucker Die" U.S. reunion tour which will feature the classic Dope lineup of Edsel Dope, Acey Slade, Virus, & Racci Shay. This U.S. leg of the tour was successfully crowdfunded by the pre-order of the band's first ever live album on


09/13 - San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
09/14 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
09/15 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw
09/16 - Pasco, WA @ La Tropicana
09/17 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
09/18 - Spokane, WA @ The Palomino
09/19 - Idaho Falls, ID @ The Falls Venue
09/20 - Denver, CO @ Herman's Hideaway
09/21 - Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios
09/22 - Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground
09/23 - St Louis, MO @ The Ready Room
09/24 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze
09/25 - Des Moines, IA @ Val Air Ballroom
09/26 - TBA
09/27 - Waterloo, IA @ The Reverb
09/28 - Stevens Point, WI @ Live On Main
09/29 - Chippewa Falls, WI @ Every Buddy's
09/30 - Battle Creek, MI @ Music Factory
10/01 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
10/02 - TBA
10/03 - Toledo, OH @ Realm
10/04 - Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
10/05 - Cleveland, OH @ The Agora
10/06 - Columbus, OH @ Park Street Tavern
10/07 - Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
10/08 - Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
10/09 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
10/10 - Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dees
10/11 - Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
10/12 - TBA
10/13 - Amityville, NY @ Revolution
10/14 - TBA
10/15 - Baltimore, MD @ Fish Head Cantina
10/16 - TBA
10/17 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
10/18 - TBA
10/19 - Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
10/20 - Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
10/21 - Dallas, TX @ Trees
10/22 - Merriam, KS @ Aftershock
10/23 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St. Collective
10/24 - TBA
10/25 - Gallup, NM @ The Juggernaut
10/26 - Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
10/27 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
10/28 - Las Vegas, NV @ Counts Vamp'd
10/29 - Anaheim, CA @ The Grove
10/30 - W. Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky

Monster High will be releasing yet another new line called Scream & Sugar", one part of this line will consist of a 2 pack of dolls being Nefera De Nile and Amanita Nightshade; Nefera being the older sister to Cleo De Nile, who will also be getting a doll as along with being included in a playset! Check out photos and a release of these to be soon!

My Little Pony has had its number of plushies in various brands of lines, including Aurora World Inc. Who released the mane 6 including Princess Celestia in all NEW forms with them having shiny and sparkly hairstyles/tails that you can brush! Thus Auorora World Inch. of course went along and expanded it's plushie line with more characters from My Little Pony. This includes Starlight Glimmer, Coco Pommel, Princess Cadance and Shinning Armor, whose Twilight Sparkle's brother if you weren't aware or in the know. There are photos below and these can be found online and in local retailers now!

Modern Day Escape whose currently on hiatus, has had its members pursue other outlets, including frontman vocalist James Vegas, who has continued his love for music with his new project in the form of a new band called ARMADA. The following message was posted upon Modern Day Escape's Facebook page;

"We are pleased to announce the name of Jerimiah James AKA "James Vegas" new band. Things with MDE was very complicated for a long time and I hid who I was and what I was dealing with and it put me in a bad place mentally throughout the years, I'm not hiding anymore. ARMADA is everything I couldn't be in Modern Day Escape and this is the most raw and real music and lyrics you will ever see out of me." - JJ."

Expect to hear new music and shows perhaps real soon! For now go check out the band's Facebook page for further input!

Pierce The Veil will be releasing their new album "Misadventures" on May 13th 2016 via Fearless Records. Pre-orders are available right HERE and you can find the album's artwork and tracklisting below.


1. Dive In
2. Texas Is Forever
3. The Divine Zero
4. Floral & Fading
5. Phantom Power And Ludicrous Speed
6. Circles
7. Today I Saw The Whole World
8. Gold Medal Ribbon
9. Bedless
10. Sambuka
11. Song For Isabelle

Messages To The Masses have gone on to release their latest addition "Means To An End". Where they then went out on a brief touring cycle, in support of this release, titling the tour itself after this release, "Means To An End Tour", where the band discusses their time out on the road, from all view points possible.

1. You guys just wrapped up the Means To An End Tour, how was it for everyone, that was a part of it?

It was amazing for all of us. One of the first, longer tours we’ve been on and couldn’t of had more fun. A part of it was a lot of driving. We also almost fell off a cliff at one point but, that didn’t stop us for doing what we love. Every show we played was a memory we will never forget.

2. Why did you want to go and do this mini tour instead of a full-fledged tour?

Well we wanted to get our first tour out of the way so that we would have the experience under our belts before going into a full on month or longer tour. Also we wanted to prove to ourselves that we could do it on our own. I’m not saying we didn’t get any help but, we planned it and it was successful.

3. When you headline do you change things up and switch songs from show to show?

Doesn’t matter if we’re headlining or not. This last tour we kept it all the same because we want to make sure all of our fans are hearing the same thing off of the album we just released. In the future we will probably switch things up to keep it tasty.

4. When it comes to performing each and every night does the time stand still or does it fly by when performing?

When you first get to the venue it’s pretty slow however, when it gets closer to playing, it’s like there wasn’t enough time to get ready haha.

5. Any strange or unusual happenings while out on the road or at a live show?

Nothing too strange or crazy for us. When we were going through the Rocky Mountains we almost slide off a massive cliff. Now that was a little unsettling but yet, inspired us to push on and continue to do what we love!

6. When the show ends every night and the band walks off the stage; what happens does the band head backstage or straight to the tour bus/van, dressing room, bathroom, etc.

We all help each other out with grabbing our things and what not. Then we all get together and congratulate each other on what a great show we had.

7. What's the best prank you've played on band mates or other bands?

We haven’t really pulled anything like that. However, doesn’t mean that it’s not going to happen in the future. ;)

8. Who goes the longest without taking a shower?

I would say it’s either Mikey or Matt Mcadam.

9. How many times do you have to wear the same piece of clothing because you couldn't find a laundry matt?

Just depends on each band member.

10. Who has the worst tour hygiene?

I would have to say Matt Mcadam.

11. Who has the worst dress sense?


12. What has been the best hotel/motel that you have slept in and what made it the best out of all the others?

We stayed in the Stratosphere in Las, Vegas. Just look it up on google, it literally has a 1000 things you can do in there.

13. Who is the last one to get on the tour bus/van?

Mikey, he’s usually wondering off to Burger King or somewhere without telling anyone haha.

14. What do you miss most from home when you're on tour?

The people that aren’t with us that we love the most.

15. What plans do you have for the near future as a band?

Well if I told you, then it wouldn’t be interesting now would it? We have a lot of plans however, everyone is going to have to wait and see what that is!

Riding on the momentum from their latest album Showa 90, Japanese trauma-techno-pop band URBANGARDE has announced a series of new projects for 2016.

URBANGARDE’s vocalist Yoko Hamasaki will release a solo album, Blue Forest, on June 15, which will be her second since the Film Noir EP released 6 years ago. Hamasaki herself will produce the project, without lyrics from URBANGARDE leader Tennma Matsunaga, to create a completely different musical world.

Film Noir, which quickly sold out of its original limited run of 1000 copies, has been re-released on iTunes. To celebrate the release of her second album, Hamasaki will begin a tour of Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka titled “Into the Forest – Dark Blue Door.”

Film Noir on iTunes:

URBANGARDE will also release a limited-edition, live show-only CD titled Showa 91, available in 2 versions: “Monkey Version” and “Regular Version”.

Vocalist Temma Matsunaga will release his second later this year, titled Shoujo ka, shousetsu ka (“Girl, or novel?”). Matsunaga published his first book of short stories and essays Jisatsushatachi (“Selfie People”) last October. Jun Itarihoba of Golden Bomber has endorsed the book, saying that “A good novel = a book that the writer needs to write or he’ll die. A bad novel = something written by the author in hopes of becoming popular. Everyone, this is a definitely a good novel.”

“Monthly URBANGARDExTRMN” the band’s latest 80-page photo book, will be released in April, furthering the band’s artistic mission of combining musical and visual artistic expression.


One of Rolling Stone's "25 Most Anticipated Metal Albums for 2016," Hatebreed's long-awaited The Concrete Confessional is now available for pre-order HERE.   The album is set for a May 13 release on Nuclear Blast Records (worldwide), and follows 2013's The Divinity of Purpose that debuted at #20 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart and at #1 on the Hard Rock Albums chart.

For those who just can't wait, Hatebreed - Jamey Jasta/vocals, Frank Novinec/ guitar, Chris Beattie/ bass, Wayne Lozinak/guitar, and Matt Byrne/drums - has released a clip that features a taste of three of the brand new songs - "A.D.," "Looking Down The Barrel of Today," and "The Apex Within."  You can check that out HERE.

Hatebreed is making available an array of CD bundles with the pre-order launch of The Concrete Confessional that will include items such as vinyl, t-shirts, posters, a Prayer candle, a Skull & Maces journal, album digital download and more.  Go to Hatebreed's online store for all details.

The Concrete Confessional was recorded in Connecticut, produced by long-time collaborator Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Suicide Silence, Whitechapel), and mixed by Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Megadeth).  Artwork was created by Marcelo Vasco (Slayer).  The new music is crushing and heavy with provocative lyrics that touch upon a number of topics that have become front-and-center in today's New Normal:  the rise of terrorism, police brutality, moral decay, greed and betrayal, increased divisiveness, and the fading promise of the American Dream, potently covered on the track "A.D."

This summer's most anticipated music festival returns with it's line-up below and touring cycle of June 24th through August 13th 2016. A full listing of cities and venues can be found right HERE.


Falling In Reverse    6/24 - 8/13
Four Year Strong    6/24 - 8/13
Good Charlotte    7/19 - 7/28
Less Than Jake    6/24 - 8/13
New Found Glory    6/24 - 8/13
Reel Big Fish    6/24 - 8/13
Set It Off    6/24 - 8/13
Sum 41    6/26 - 8/7
We The Kings    6/24 - 8/13
Yellowcard    6/24 - 8/13
3OH!3    7/21 - 7/31
Issues    6/24 - 8/13
Mayday Parade    6/24 - 8/13
Pepper    6/24 - 6/29, 7/1 - 7/22
Real Friends    6/24 - 8/13
Sleeping With Sirens    6/24 - 8/13
State Champs    6/24 - 8/13
The Maine    6/24 - 8/13
The Story So Far    6/24 - 8/13
Tonight Alive    6/24 - 8/13
Emarosa    6/24 - 8/13
I See Stars    6/24 - 8/13
Knuckle Puck    6/24 - 8/13
Masked Intruder    6/24 - 8/13
Prof    7/26-8/13
ROAM    6/24 - 8/13
SECRETS    6/24 - 8/13
The Heirs    6/24 - 8/13
The Interrupters    6/24 - 8/13
The Summer Set    7/30 - 8/13
Young Guns    6/24 - 8/13
Against The Current    6/24 - 8/13
Assuming We Survive    6/24 - 8/13
Ballyhoo!    6/24 - 8/13
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!    6/24 - 8/13
Ghost Town    6/24 - 8/13
Sykes    6/24 - 8/13
Teenage Bottlerocket    6/24 - 8/13
Too Close To Touch    6/24 - 8/13
Waterparks    6/24 - 8/13
Atreyu    7/19 - 8/7
Bullet For My Valentine    7/19 - 7/22
Crown The Empire    6/24 - 8/13
Every Time I Die    6/24 - 8/13
Ice Nine Kills    6/24 - 8/13
Motionless In White    6/24 - 8/13
The Color Morale    6/24 - 8/13
The Word Alive    6/24 - 8/13
Volumes    6/24 - 7/17
Whitechapel    6/24 - 8/13
Chelsea Grin    6/24 - 8/13
coldrain    6/24 - 8/13
Cruel Hand    6/24 - 8/13
From Ashes To New    6/24 - 8/13
Gideon    6/24 - 8/13
In Hearts Wake    6/24 - 8/13
Oceans Ate Alaska    6/24 - 8/13
Vanna    6/24 - 8/13
Veil Of Maya    6/24 - 8/13
Avion Roe    6/24 - 7/21
Bad Seed Rising    6/24 - 7/27
Broadside    6/24 - 8/13
Cane Hill    6/24 - 8/13
Capsize    7/17 - 8/13
Dash Ten (US Army)    6/24 - 8/13
Hail The Sun    6/24 - 7/16
Like Pacific    6/24 - 8/13
More To Monroe    7/28 - 8/13
Mother Feather    6/24 - 8/13
The New Low    7/19-8/13
Old Wounds    6/24 - 8/13
Palaye Royale    6/24 - 8/13
Reckless Seranade (BBQ)    6/24 - 8/13
Say We Can Fly    7/22 - 8/13
Silent Planet    6/24 - 7/17
Wage War    6/24 - 8/13
With Confidence    6/24 - 8/13

Legendary Death Metal powerhouse MASTER are set to invade the United States this Summer in support of their 13th studio album "An Epiphany of Hate."  The tour is highlighted by an appearance at the 2nd annual FULL TERROR ASSAULT OPEN AIR FESTIVAL taking place Aug.25-27th in Cave-in-Rock, Illinois.  Support on the 22 date trek will come from California Death Thrash maniacs SACRIFICIAL SLAUGHTER.  Additional support on select dates is provided by The Black Order, VX36,  Against The Plagues, Surgeon & Demons Within. Check out the list of dates below.


Fri.    8/19  Los Angeles, CA
Sat.   8/20  Oakland, CA
Sun.  8/21  Portland, OR
Mon. 8/22  Seattle, WA
Tues. 8/23  Boise, I'D
Wed.  8/24  SLC, UT
Thur. 8/25  Denver, CO
Fri.   8/26  Kansas City, MO
Sat. 8/27  -Full Terror Assault-
Sun. 8/28  Chicago, IL
Tue. 8/30  New York, NY
Wed. 8/31 Raleigh, NC
Thur. 9/1  Tampa, FL
Fri.   9/2  Atlanta, GA
Sat.  9/3  New Orleans, LA
Sun. 9/4  Dallas, TX
Mon. 9/5 San Antonio, TX
Tue. 9/6  El Paso, TX
Wed. 9/7 Albuquerque, NM
Thur. 9/8 Tucson, AZ
Fri.  9/9 Phoenix, AZ
Sat. 9/10 Santa Ana, CA

The LAUNCH Music Conference will take place from April 21st - 24th in Lancaster, PA and the organizers have just announced The LAUNCH Tour 2016. The eight date tour leads up to the second day of the conference and features It Lies Within, The Road to Milestone and From Under the Willow.

"We are very excited to be apart of not only the Launch Music Conference, but also the Launch Tour series," says It Lies Within vocalist Zachary Scott. "There will definitely be a lot of footage posted from this tour. Stay tuned to our social media outlets."


4/15/2016 Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
4/16/2016 Battle Creek, MI @ The Music Factory
4/17/2016 Covington, KY @ Madison Live
4/18/2016 Clarksburg, WV @ Main Street Cafe
4/20/2016 Charlotte, NC @ Repo Records
4/21/2016 Falls Church, VA @ VFW
4/22/2016 Lancaster, PA @ Launch Music Conference (Attending Only)
4/23/2016 Lancaster, PA @ Launch Music Conference - Chameleon Club
4/24/2016 Reynoldsville, PA @ Fox Den
ILW Only

New Years Day are excited to announce that they will be heading out with Sylar, My Enemies & I, and Blameshift. Check out the list of dates below.


4/16 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Billboard Live
4/17 - Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre
4/18 - Wichita, KS @ Rock Island Live
4/19 - Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
4/20 - Memphis, TN @ Hi-Tone Cafe
4/22 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Kelsey Theatre
4/25 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
4/27 - Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall
4/29 - Howell, NJ @ GameChangerWorld
4/30 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
5/1 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium

Escape The Fate will be heading out on a new tour with support coming from Get Scared and American Wolves. Check out the list of dates below.


Apr 18 - Phoenix, AZ @ Joe's Grotto
Apr 19 - Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
Apr 20 - Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcat's
Apr 21 - Birmingham, AL @ Syndicate Lounge
Apr 22 - Macon, GA @ Central City Park
Apr 26 - Chattanooga, TN @ Revelry Room
Apr 27 - Kent, OH @ The Outpost
Apr 28 - Columbus, OH @ Park Street Saloon