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Detroit-area doom n’ gloom-core act Hollow Earth, recently signed by Good Fight Music, will release its first new music for its new label on January 29 in the form of the Parting Remains EP. Three songs of the band’s apocalyptic, metal-clad hardcore, Parting Remains was recorded by Tad Doyle, leader of O.G. Seattle grungers Tad, and mixed and mastered by Greg Thomas of Misery Signals.

Stream new song “No Equilibrium,” from Parting Remains, here: https://goodfightent.bandcamp.com/track/no-equilibrium

Also in store for January 29 is Good Fight’s vinyl release of Hollow Earth’s 2014 full-length, Silent Graves. Witness the video for Silent Graves track “The Reclamation,” via Metal Injection, here.

Pre-orders for color vinyl versions of both the Parting Remains EP and the Silent Graves LP reissue will be available soon from Good Fight Music. A limited run of exclusive-color Silent Graves vinyl will also be available from Panic Records.

Hollow Earth consists of frontman Steve Muczynski and guitarist Mike Moynihan, both ex-members of Shai Hulud.The band will be touring throughout 2016, starting with a spring run with Church Tongue:

Mar 18 – Providence, RI @ Firehouse 13

Mar 19 – Florence, MA @ American Legion

Mar 20 – Brooklyn, NY @ Black Bear

Mar 21 – Albany, NY @ Fuzebox

Mar 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ West Kensington Ministry

Mar 23 – Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ

Mar 24 – Toledo, OH @ Realm

Mar 25 – Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary

Mar 26 – Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar

Mar 28 – St Louis, MO @ Fubar

Mar 29 – Wichita, KS @ Rock Island Live

Mar 30 – Tulsa, OK @ Vanguard

Apr 1 – Albuquerque, NM @ Duke City Soundstage

New member of the Good Fight Music family, Hollow Earth sets out on a short U.S. tour in June with support from Of Feather and Bone.

20 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Cocoon Room

21 – St Louis, MO @ Firebird

22 – Tulsa, OK @ Boulevard Trash

23 – Dallas, TX @ Three Links

24 – Houston, TX @ The White Swan

25 – Laredo, TX @ The Dugout

26 – El Paso, TX @ Mesa Music Hall

27 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Blazeplace

28 – Denver, CO @ Hi Dive

Hollow’s Earth’s next album will be released on Good Fight later this year. From the Detroit, Michigan area, Hollow Earth was founded in 2011 by vocalist Steve Muczynski and guitarist Mike Moynihan, both ex-members of Shai Hulud.

The band’s latest album, Silent Graves, was produced by Andy Nelson (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Nails), and was named “one of metallic hardcore’s best offerings this year” in 2014 by Invisible Oranges. MetalSucks hailed the album as “in the vein of Converge, Nails, and Enabler… To call it ‘a scorcher’ and/or ‘a ripper’ would be to undersell.”

Witness latest video, “The Reclamation,” via MetalInjection, here.

 

Good Fight Music announced the newest addition to its family of bands: Hollow Earth.

From the Detroit, Michigan area, Hollow Earth was founded in 2011 by vocalist Steve Muczynski and guitarist Mike Moynihan, both ex-members of Shai Hulud.   The Hollow Earth sound is that of feral, metallic hardcore, anchored by a grand, apocalyptic weight that hints at a love for sludge and doom. Lyrics paint nightmarish accounts of dejection, suffering, and impending doom on both the personal and global levels.

The band’s 2012 debut EP, We Are Not Humanity, was released on Panic Records, the label owned by Trial guitarist Timm McIntosh. This was followed by the debut full-length, Silent Graves, also on Panic, in 2014. Produced by Andy Nelson (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Nails), Silent Graves was named “one of metallic hardcore’s best offerings this year” by Invisible Oranges. MetalSucks hailed the album as “in the vein of Converge, Nails, and Enabler… To call it ‘a scorcher’ and/or ‘a ripper’ would be to undersell.”

Since its formation, Hollow Earth has toured relentlessly, teaming up with bands like Trial, Old Wounds, Axis, and Exalt. The band embarks next week for a short tour that includes dates with Cult Leader.

Mar 30 – Buffalo, NY @ Sugar City w/ Cult Leader

Mar 31 – Cleveland, OH @ Now That’s Class w/ Cult Leader

Apr 1 – Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary w/ Cult Leader

Apr 2 – Chicago, IL @ Club Rectum w/ Cult Leader

Apr 3 – Omaha, NE @ Midtown Art Supply

Apr 4 – Cheyenne, WY @ Ernie November

New York’s Divider will be hitting the road this February with Hollow Earth. This comes after their recently released debut album entitled All Barren on Glory Kid, Ltd.

2/21/15 New York, NY @ ABC No Rio

2/22/15 Albany, NY  @ Fusebox

2/23/15 Allentown, PA @ Dusk

2/24/15 Allston, MA @ O’Brien’s Pub

2/25/15 Worcester, MA  @ Ralph’s Diner

2/26/15 Syracuse, NY  @ Gorham Brother Music

2/27/15 Binghampton, NY @ Fitzie’s Irish Pub

2/28/15 Clifton, NJ @ Clash Bar

3/01/15 Sayville, NY @ Soul Sounds

Stream Divider’s All Barren via Bandcamp.

Hollow Earth
Hollow Earth

Panic Records, the label founded by Timm McInotsh of Seattle hardcore vets Trial, recently released Hollow Earth’s Silent Graves on November 11. From Dearborn, Michigan, Hollow Earth was formed in 2011 by vocalist Steve Muczynski and guitarist Mike Moynihan, both ex-members of metallic hardcore legends Shai Hulud. Additionally, Mike Moynihan is also a current member of recent Century Media signees Enabler. The debut full-length, recorded by Andy Nelson at Bricktop Recordings (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Integrity, Nails), is a scorcher that is feral and grand. With an apocalyptic weight that recalls Nails, Buried Alive and Neurosis, the nightmarish accounts of impending doom, on personal and global levels, are simply jaw dropping.

Ghettoblaster recently caught up with Muczynski while the band was in the midst of a full U.S. tour to discuss their artistic vision, the end of humanity, and other heavy subject. This is what he told us.

What is it about dark, heavy music that made it the best platform for sharing your artistic vision?

In regards to Hollow Earth, it was something that just happened. I had this lyrical concept that I’d been hanging on to for well over a year and Mike had a handful of riffs in the bank… When we put em together it just seemed to work. I like to think that the lyrical concepts on We Are Not Humanity subconsciously had a hand in shaping the riffs for the new record but that’s one for Mike. The first song we wrote for Silent Graves (“The Reclamation”) seemed to pick up where WANH left off, except darker and heavier which just felt right. Furthermore, I’m strapped to find a better genre of music to serve as a platform for ideas as unsettling as the end of the world… Or at least one that we are talented enough to pull off!

It seems appropriate somehow that you guys are from Detroit and carry the Hollow Earth moniker given all that the city has been through in the recent decade.  Does that landscape inspire the band’s output?

I can’t say it directly inspires us, though maybe indirectly. However, I am currently reading a book on the state of the city as of the past decade or so. Learning more about the neighboring major city I’ve lived next to my entire life is something I’m long overdue on. I always thought what Modern Life is War did with Witness was really awesome and I saw them on multiple occasions where Jeff would urge people to do their homework and learn more about where they come from. That was what, seven or eight years ago and it’s still on my to-do list?! Damn.

What were you guys doing between the release of the EP in 2012 and this record?  Was this a long time between releases or just the natural cycle of how you write and record?

We toured pretty damn hard our first year as a band. Between February 2012 and January 2013 we played 120 shows. We juggled our line-up nearly every tour, which made matters that much more exhausting. In early 2013 we were in the midst of booking a 50 date summer tour while simultaneously realizing we no longer really had a line-up that we could call our own on top of Mike realizing he needed to take a break as he’d been steadily touring for the last three or four years. At the time I was super bummed as I was ready to keep pushing, but Mike’s spot is not one that I would ever get a fill-in for. I temporarily rejoined Shai Hulud on bass for a few tours and at some point that fall Mike realized he was ready to do Hollow Earth again. We found a new guitarist (freaky little Sean Reed) and went to work on bringing the Silent Graves demos to life in a practice room. We recorded the album without a bass player, leaving Mike to handle those duties. Our bass player situation however, is still a complication unfortunately. To answer the latter part of your question; this is not the desired writing and recording cycle we hope to keep. In fact we already have two new songs ready to go (musically, not lyrically because I slack hard) and we were actually hoping to record them at Witch Ape with TAD when we pass through Seattle on this tour… He is unfortunately booked up though. One way or another there won’t be as large of a gap between Silent Graves and some new bangers.

Apocalyptic visions seem to be a running theme throughout the record.  Do you believe this is where the earth is headed?

Honestly, it seems inevitable. History has certainly proven time and again that every empire will eventually fall. Granted, I am nowhere near educated enough to give any sort of substantial hypothesis or timeline. The question I struggle with more is whether or not I’m rooting for the end. It’s a depressing thought, one that permeates the lyrical content on .

What would you choose if given the choice between surviving through it or disappearing with the rest of humanity?

Though it may sound odd as I literally just said I was torn on whether or not I’m in favor of the end, I know would certainly opt for survival. Not to say I’m a doomsday prepper or anything, because I’m NOT. I’ve never even shot a gun before! I am however extremely competitive and have seen one too many episodes of The Walking Dead, so yeah sign me up! I have some sort of sick little idea in my head that it would be fun, when in reality it would probably be absolutely fucking terrifying. It would certainly bring a whole new meaning to being alive, that’s for sure. And we’d be forced to resort to a tribal way of life which I find entirely intriguing.

How did you decide that Andy Nelson was the right guy to produce this record?  Did he lend anything to the process that changed the way you saw the songs that you brought him?

So up until very recently I used to play guitar for another MI based band called Great Reversals. When HE was discussing where we were gonna record WANH I suggested Getaway Group in Massachusetts because 6 months prior Great Reversals recorded an EP with Jay Maas and it was an awesome experience. So we did that. Fast forward a few years and when Mike heard the Great Reversals stuff that Andy had just done, coupled with other records he had done (Dead in the Dirt, Weekend Nachos, Harm’s Way) he suggested we go to Andy as well. So we did that too. I no longer play in Great Reversals but they’re writing a full length… Will the pattern continue? We shall see.

To answer the second part of your question… The album was essentially written and completed during a time when we weren’t really an active/functioning band. Mike demoed out all the songs on his computer and would e-mail them to us. Once we found Sean and started playing those songs as a band we began making little tweaks here and there, figuring out what worked and what didn’t. So by the time we were ready to take the songs to Andy the album was pretty much solidified. But Andy certainly did an excellent job in capturing the sounds we were looking for. In fact he more than exceeded our expectations. Both he and his partner Pete Grossman are definitely doing something right… Shortly after we recorded at Bricktop, our friends in Exalt and Discourse both went and recorded badass LPs there as well!

You are currently in the midst of undertaking a massive tour in support of Silent Graves.  Have you found that people are receptive to the material you wrote for the record?

This is the longest tour HE has taken on thus far and we are pretty pumped about it. In fact, we wanted it to be eight weeks, but had to settle for six (yes, we are idiots). We’ve definitely found that people are more receptive to the new material now that it’s available for them to listen to. We’ve toured twice this past year playing set lists comprised mostly of Silent Graves songs and it seems as though people haven’t really taken to them until now. Likely because there wasn’t basis for comparison. It’s such a good feeling to tour in support of a record (or in this case, CD) that is done and sitting on the merch table as opposed to one that is completely done, but “coming soon.”

Have any of your shows so far been exceedingly good or bad, and why?  Which of the shows coming up are you most eager about?

We mostly play small rooms with a slim attendance, and we know that going into it. And even though we’ve toured a healthy amount in our time as a band, our audiences are mostly comprised of people seeing us for the first time, with a solid handful of people we know on a first name basis. It’s not always easy to play rooms with under 10 paid and half the crowd is watching you out of pity while they stand there and spend most of the set texting on their phones… But that’s the reality of what we’re doing. We are still a relatively new band cutting our teeth, working hard hoping for a chance to get support spots on bigger tours with increased odds of exposure. By no means do I want to sound ungrateful. The fact that Hollow Earth can get in a van and tour the country repeatedly and not completely lose our asses is something we are very lucky and privileged to experience. The fact that promoters put themselves out there and are willing to do a Hollow Earth show knowing fully well that they might have to dip into their own pockets to pay us is incredible, something we couldn’t be more grateful for. And the friends we’ve met along the way that continue to support us make it that much more gratifying! All the while playing and hangin out with awesome bands like Exalt, Axis and Old Wounds… It’s badass! And now we finally get to hit the road with Run with the Hunted?! Super pumped on that! The bottom line is this: we have a blast on the road regardless of how the shows go, we make sure of that. I think this time around we are very excited to play Seattle (the combo of HE, RWTH, Trial and Panic Family and so many other friends and vegan donuts), Reno (where we’ll cross paths with The Greenery again), Denver (where we’ve only been once back in 2012 and it was awesome), and anywhere that is warm enough for us to swim! We just played Phoenix yesterday and it was so much fun… every time we go there. And this time we don’t have to be sad when we leave because RUNTED is coming with us!

Were you guys fans of Timm McInotsh’s band Trial?  What has it been like working with him?

Mike and I are definitely huge Trial fans, as well as past HE members and fill-ins. When we first talked about putting a record out on Panic he threw out the possibility of touring with Trial and we were completely floored at the prospect. Then when it actually happened it was unreal, such a an awesome tour… Which then opened the door to us supporting Greg Bennick on a spoken word tour a couple months later. Couldn’t be more thankful for the friendships that have come from Timm taking a chance on our band. Working with him is interesting, he’s as sarcastic and silly as they come… But he’s also entirely committed to putting out records that he truly believes in, usually knowing fully well that it’ll likely be a financial pitfall. Timm’s full time job is managing a car service company that he and his partner Jo started from the ground up. He’s a busy dude and isn’t always as available as we wish he was but it’s entirely understandable. And then when he does find time to focus on label stuff it’s usually our dumb-asses that haven’t sent him artwork or mastered tracks or something that holds up the process of getting our record out. So really there’s a lot of give and take on both ends. Getting that first shipment of Silent Graves CDs was such a good feeling and we have Timm to thank for that. At the end of the day we fully realize just how lucky we are to have him behind us, running a label seems to have a longer list of cons than it does pros, yet he continues to do it. Although he says after the HE record he’s hanging it up… We’ll see about that though… We shall see.

How are the artistic goals you’ve set out to achieve with Hollow Earth different than what you were doing in Shai Hulud or what Mike does in Enabler?

Well I was never more than a fill-in for Shai Hulud, so I never really had any artistic goals in that sense. Mike essentially was full-time member and was actively writing music with them but ultimately felt a bit restricted. When Hollow Earth came together it gave him the ability to fully explore his song writing abilities and proved to be a bit more rewarding. Enabler is actually a brand new endeavor for him, he’ll be playing his first show with them a week or so after we get home from this tour. As for Hollow Earth as a whole, our initial goal was simply to write songs that we believed in and get our asses on the road. Now that we’ve made that a reality we’ve been focusing in a bit more on what we’d like to accomplish musically. I know for me personally, I would absolutely love to see Hollow Earth take a couple weeks off and spend some time in a remote, desolate location (maybe somewhere in northern Michigan) and just spend time writing as a band. I’ve always wanted to do that and I think it’s entirely in the cards for us.

I’m actually writing this from Dayton, Ohio, a place I’m sure Mike is familiar with. Does Hollow Earth ever have plans to visit our city?

If there’s a demand for HE in Dayton then consider us there! Even if that demand consists of you, and only you. We are actually in the process of compiling a list of places we’ve either never been and/or haven’t been to in a while and I will gladly add Dayton to that list! Maybe Mantra can play? Or let’s get The Pledge back together? Unfortunately that’s the extent of my knowledge on the Dayton scene… But if you’d be kind enough to have us I’ll gladly talk old and/or current diamonds in the rough from Dayton.

(Hollow Earth are currently finishing up a U.S. tour with Exalt, including select dates with KDC.

Nov 26 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pizza Palace * 

Nov 28 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Borg Ward * 

Nov 29 – Peoria, IL @ Black Sheep *  #

Nov 30 – Detroit, MI @ Yonka House #

Dec 1 – Syracuse, NY @ Gorham Brothers Music #

Dec 2 – Oneonta, NY @ Beer Barrel Inn #

Dec 4 – Haverhill, MA @ Anchors Up #

Dec 5 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie #

Dec 6 – Clifton, NJ @ Clash Bar #

Dec 7 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Acheron #

Dec 8 – Wilmington, DE @ Reggie’s #

Dec 9 – Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone #

Dec 10 – Orlando, FL @ Uncle Lou’s #

Dec 11 – Miami, FL @ Churchill’s #

Dec 12 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem #

Dec 13 – Birmingham, AL @ The Forge #

Dec 15 – Decatur, AL @ Blurry Vision Records #

Dec 16 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Hound Dog’s #

Dec 17 – Houston, TX @ Mango’s #

Dec 18 – San Antonio, TX @ The Ten Eleven #

Dec 19 – Fort Worth, TX @ 1919 Hemphill #

Dec 20 – Nashville, TN @ Cafe Coco #

Dec 21 – Louisville, KY @ Buster’s #

* – w/ Exalt # – w/ KDC

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Hollow Earth set out on a massive coast-to-coast U.S. tour joined on certain dates by Exalt, Run with the Hunted, and KDC.

The Detroit area band’s debut full-length, Silent Graves, comes out Tuesday, November 11, on Panic Records, the label owned by Timm McIntosh of Trial. The album was produced by Andy Nelson (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Nails). “The Reclamation,” the lead track off Silent Graves, is now streaming via Decibel Magazine, here.

Nov 10 – Kansas City, MO @ Art Closet *

Nov 11 – Tulsa, OK @ White Flag *

Nov 12 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks * $

Nov 13 – Phoenix, AZ @ Fiftyonewest * $

Nov 14 – San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe * $

Nov 15 – La Puente, CA @ Bridgetown DIY * $

Nov 16 – Oakland, CA @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Records * $

Nov 17  – Reno, NV @ Holland Project * $

Nov 18 – Eugene, OR @ The Boreal * $

Nov 19 – Seattle, WA @ Black Lodge * $

Nov 20 – Spokane, WA @ The Big Dipper * $

Nov 21 – Boise, ID @ The Shredder * $

Nov 22 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kafeneio Coffeehouse * $

Nov 23 – Denver, CO @ Mutiny Info Cafe *

Nov 25 – Fargo, ND @ The New Direction *

Nov 26 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pizza Palace *

Nov 28 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Borg Ward *

Nov 29 – Peoria, IL @ Black Sheep *  #

Nov 30 – Detroit, MI @ Yonka House #

Dec 1 – Syracuse, NY @ Gorham Brothers Music #

Dec 2 – Oneonta, NY @ Beer Barrel Inn #

Dec 4 – Haverhill, MA @ Anchors Up #

Dec 5 – Rockville Center, NY @ The Vibe Lounge #

Dec 6 – Clifton, NJ @ Clash Bar #

Dec 7 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Acheron #

Dec 8 – Wilmington, DE @ Reggie’s #

Dec 9 – Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone #

Dec 10 – Orlando, FL @ Uncle Lou’s #

Dec 11 – Miami, FL @ Churchill’s #

Dec 12 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem #

Dec 13 – Birmingham, AL @ The Forge #

Dec 15 – Decatur, AL @ Blurry Vision Records #

Dec 16 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Hound Dog’s # Dec 17 – Houston, TX @ Mango’s #

Dec 18 – San Antonio, TX @ The Ten Eleven #

Dec 19 – Fort Worth, TX @ 1919 Hemphill #

Dec 20 – Nashville, TN @ Cafe Coco #

Dec 21 – Louisville, KY @ Buster’s #

* – w/ Exalt $ – w/ Run with the Hunted # – w/ KDC

Hollow Earth has teamed with Metal Injection to unveil “Swallowing Knives,” another new track off the Michigan band’s upcoming debut full-length, Silent Graves.

Panic Records, the label owned by Timm McIntosh of Seattle hardcore vets Trial, will release Hollow Earth’s Silent Graves on November 11. The album was recorded by Andy Nelson (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Nails). Hollow Earth hits the road next week for a big US tour that includes dates with Exalt, Run with the Hunted, and KDC.

Catch the band on tour here:

Nov 8 – Fort Wayne, IN @ The Den *

Nov 9 – St Louis, MO @ Fubar *

Nov 10 – Kansas City, MO @ Art Closet *

Nov 11 – Tulsa, OK @ White Flag *

Nov 12 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks * $

Nov 13 – Phoenix, AZ @ Fiftyonewest * $

Nov 14 – San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe * $

Nov 15 – La Puente, CA @ Bridgetown DIY * $

Nov 16 – Oakland, CA @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Records * $

Nov 17  – Reno, NV @ Holland Project * $

Nov 18 – Eugene, OR @ The Boreal * $

Nov 19 – Seattle, WA @ Black Lodge * $

Nov 20 – Spokane, WA @ The Big Dipper * $

Nov 21 – Boise, ID @ The Shredder * $

Nov 22 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kafeneio Coffeehouse * $

Nov 23 – Denver, CO @ Mutiny Info Cafe *

Nov 25 – Fargo, ND @ The New Direction *

Nov 26 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pizza Palace *

Nov 28 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Borg Ward *

Nov 29 – Peoria, IL @ Black Sheep *  #

Nov 30 – Detroit, MI @ Yonka House #

Dec 1 – Syracuse, NY @ Gorham Brothers Music #

Dec 2 – Oneonta, NY @ Beer Barrel Inn #

Dec 4 – Haverhill, MA @ Anchors Up #

Dec 5 – Rockville Center, NY @ The Vibe Lounge #

Dec 6 – Clifton, NJ @ Clash Bar #

Dec 7 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Acheron #

Dec 8 – Wilmington, DE @ Reggie’s #

Dec 9 – Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone #

Dec 10 – Orlando, FL @ Uncle Lou’s #

Dec 11 – Miami, FL @ Churchill’s #

Dec 12 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem #

Dec 13 – Birmingham, AL @ The Forge #

Dec 15 – Decatur, AL @ Blurry Vision Records #

Dec 16 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Hound Dog’s #

Dec 17 – Houston, TX @ Mango’s #

Dec 18 – San Antonio, TX @ The Ten Eleven #

Dec 19 – Fort Worth, TX @ 1919 Hemphill #

Dec 20 – Nashville, TN @ Cafe Coco #

Dec 21 – Louisville, KY @ Buster’s #

* – w/ Exalt $ – w/ Run with the Hunted # – w/ KDC

Detroit’s Hollow Earth, a band that features ex-members of Shai Hulud and a current member of Enabler, release Silent Graves via Panic Records on November 11. Silent Graves was recorded by Andy Nelson at Bricktop Recordings (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Integrity, Nails). The band are streaming a track from the record, “World to Come” , exclusively via MetalSucks.

The band are planning a U.S. tour with Exalt next month.

Nov 8 – Fort Wayne, IN @ The Den *

Nov 9 – St Louis, MO @ Fubar *

Nov 10 – Kansas City, MO @ Art Closet *

Nov 11 – Tulsa, OK @ White Flag *

Nov 12 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks * $

Nov 13 – Phoenix, AZ @ Fiftyonewest * $

Nov 14 – San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe * $

Nov 15 – La Puente, CA @ Bridgetown DIY * $

Nov 16 – Oakland, CA @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Records * $

Nov 17  – Reno, NV @ Holland Project * $

Nov 18 – Eugene, OR @ The Boreal * $

Nov 19 – Seattle, WA @ Black Lodge * $

Nov 20 – Spokane, WA @ The Big Dipper * $

Nov 21 – Boise, ID @ The Shredder * $

Nov 22 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kafeneio Coffeehouse * $

Nov 23 – Denver, CO @ Mutiny Info Cafe *

Nov 25 – Fargo, ND @ The New Direction *

Nov 26 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pizza Palace *

Nov 28 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Borg Ward *

Nov 29 – Peoria, IL @ Black Sheep *  #

Nov 30 – Detroit, MI @ Yonka House #

* – w/ Exalt

$ – w/ Run with the Hunted

# – w/ KDC