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AS I LAY DYING returned from their European tour at the tail end of 2010 and began work on their new video for Anodyne Sea from The Powerless Rise. In the video linked below, you’ll see some EXCLUSIVE footage shot by Tim Lambesis while in Europe with Suicide Silence and Heaven Shall Burn. Also, Josh Gilbert updates fans on what the band has been up to since they returned home and Lambesis discusses the concept behind the Anodyne Sea video and AS I LAY DYING’s upcoming tour with Winds of Plague and After The Burial. The video can be seen on the official Metal Blade and As I Lay Dying youtube channels HERE and HERE, respectively.

AS I LAY DYING
Tour w/ Winds Of Plague and After The Burial
02/12 Ft. Collins, CO The Aggie Theater
02/14 Fargo, ND The Venue
02/15 Omaha, NE The Slowdown
02/16 Madison, WI Barrymore Theater
02/17 Green Bay, WI Riverside Ballroom
02/18 Lansing, MI The Loft
02/19 Dayton, OH The Attic Club
02/20 Syracuse, NY Lost Horizon
02/21 Burlington, VT Higher Ground
02/22 Providence, RI The Met
02/24 New York, NY Gramercy Theatre
02/25 New York, NY Gramercy Theatre
02/26 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
02/27 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre
02/28 Charleston, SC Music Farm
03/01 Wilmington, NC The Soapbox
03/02 Jacksonville, FL Freebird Live
03/03 Tampa, FL State Theater
03/04 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
03/05 Gainesville, FL Common Grounds
03/06 Pensacola, FL American Legion Hall
03/07 Birmingham, AL Zydeco
03/09 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
03/10 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
03/11 Wichita, KS The Cotillion
03/12 Colorado Springs, CO The Black Sheep
03/13 Farmington, NM Top Deck
03/15 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum Theatre
03/16 San Luis Obispo, CA SLO Brew
03/17 Oakland, CA Oakland Metro
03/18 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades

http://www.asilaydying.com
http://www.thepowerlessrise.com

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