As Cities Burn Announce East Coast U.S. Tour

Alternative hardcore crew As Cities Burn will hit the road with All Get Out and Many Rooms later this year.

As Cities Burn Announce East Coast U.S. Tour
Alex Bemis

We've been big fans of alternative hardcore act As Cities Burn since premiering their song Hollowed Out off of their comeback album Scream Through The Walls. Now, the band has announced an extensive tour of the eastern U.S., with Many Rooms and All Get Out providing support.

Catch the emotional deluge at one of the following dates:


29 Lexington, KY – Cosmic Charlie’s
30 Columbus, OH – Woodland’s
31 Lakewood, OH – Mahall’s


01 Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse
03 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
04 Somerville, MA – ONCE Ballroom
05 Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
06 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
07 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge
08 Garwood, NJ – Crossroads
10 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
11 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
13 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
14 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (Purgatory)
16 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
17 Lake Worth, FL – Propaganda
18 Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
19 Ocala, FL – Rockhouse
20 Orlando, FL – Soundbar
21 Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
22 Greenville, SC – Radio Room
23 Chattanooga, TN – The Camphouse
25 Memphis, TN – Growler’s
26 Shreveport, LA – Bear’s
27 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live
28 New Orleans, LA – The Parish – House of Blues

Discussing their new album with Kerrang!, As Cities Burn frontman Cody Bonnette said, "On the first record, we kept constantly changing things up. Now, I want to create a sound and groove that doesn’t take as many listens as before. We have some stuff that calls back to the first record, but now it’s a bit straight-forward. We tried making it more interesting on top of the foundation. Also, my faith has changed a lot since then. It’s not that I don’t believe anymore, but lyrically, we’re looking around at the culture and wondering if what we’re teaching is going the wrong way. It goes through a bit of a spiritual lens sometimes, but it’s not so in-your-face that if you don’t believe in God, you won’t enjoy it. It’s funny, because around the time of our second record, a lot of people were telling us that because of the album, they stopped believing in God. And that’s fine and all. Maybe what you believed in before was just a shack that’s fallen down, and needed to be pushed over anyway."

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