Metalcore quartet Blessthefall have announced a massive tour with Slaves and Glass Houses. The tour, which spurs May 10 in Tucson and runs through June 9 in San Diego, spans just under a month and will hit 30 cities, bringing metal-punk and thrasher sounds to a venue near you.
Although Blessthefall has just come off a massive fall North American tour in support of their latest album, Hard Feelings (2018), they were inspired again to hit the road, this time in support of a few of their earlier songs. That’s right: if you found yourself at the last tour and are itching to hear new sounds, fear not, as the band is currently working on a “fresh setlist” for this tour, making sure to include songs that “haven’t seen the light of day in awhile“. They’ll also be debuting their new drummer, Connor White, after having parted ways with drummer Matt Traynor last August.
“We’re excited to go out with some awesome support bands and hit a lot of cities we don’t normally play,” said singer Beau Bokan of the announcement. “It’s going to be hot and sweaty smaller clubs — just like the old days. This will be our last tour for quite a while, some come out and party with us.” If that doesn’t make you want to buy tickets, we don’t know what will.
All dates are listed below, with tickets on sale now. To commemorate this tour, the band is hosting a special giveaway where anyone who purchases a VIP bundle is automatically entered to win an autographed Fender guitar.
Blessthefall’s latest album, Hard Feelings (2018), is out now via Rise Records.
Blessthefall Tour Dates:
With Slaves, and Glass Houses
5/10 — Tucson, AZ // Club XS
5/11 — El Paso, TX // Rockhouse Bar & Grill
5/12 — Austin, TX // Come and Take It Live
5/13 — Oklahoma City, OK // 89th Street OKC
5/15 — Springfield, MO // The Complex
5/16 — Nashville, TN // Exit/In
5/17 — Charlotte, NC // Amos’ Southend
5/18 — Richmond, VA // Canal Club
5/19 — Easton, PA // One Centre Square
5/21 — Hartford, CT // Webster Underground
5/22 — Worcester, MA // The Palladium
5/23 — Amityville, NY // Revolution
5/24 — Buffalo, NY // Rec Room
5/25 — Columbus, OH // Woodlands Tavern
5/26 — Grand Rapids, MI // The Stache
5/28 — Detroit, MI // The Shelter
5/29 — Indianapolis, IN // Citadel Music Hall
5/30 — Joliet, IL // The Forge
5/31 — Milwaukee, WI // Miramar Theatre
6/1 — Minneapolis, MN // Amsterdam Bar & Hall
6/2 — Iowa City, IA // Gabe’s
6/4 — Colorado Springs, CO // Black Sheep
6/5 — Grand Junction, CO // Mesa Theater
6/7 — Sacramento, CA // Holy Diver
6/8 — Anaheim, CA // Chain Reaction
6/9 — San Diego, CA // SOMA
*Amid recent sexual assault allegations, Capsize is no longer a supporting act. Article has been updated to reflect this.