As Hell Retreats has just announced a bevy of autumn tour dates with The Advocate and Gideon. The band is touring in support of their 2010 release

“Revival.”

Aug20 – Memphis, TN @ T.H.A.T. Church

Aug 21- Bessemer, AL @ Regenerate Venue

Aug 22- Jackson, MS @ Club Fire

Aug 24 – Houston, TX @ Nay’s

Aug 26 – San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit

Aug 27- Odessa, TX @ The Pine Box

Aug 28 – Roswell, NM @ The Unity Center

Aug 29 -Albuquerque, NM @ The Compound

Aug 30 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Warehouse

Aug 31 – Yucca Valley, CA @ Joshua Springs Calvary Church

Sep 4 – El Paso, TX @ TheSpot

Sep 7 – Waco, TX @ Art Ambush

Sep 9 – Hot Springs,AR @ Low Key Arts

Sep 10 – Columbus, MS @ The Princess Theater

Sep 11 – Madison, AL @ Cornerstone Church

Sep 12 – Gadsden, AL @ Gadsden Convention Hall

Sep 15- Pompano Beach,FL @ Rocketown Florida

Sep 16 – Kissimmee, FL @ Second Saturday

Showcase Sep 17 – Pensacola, FL @ The Rush

Sep 18 – Saraland,AL @ Saraland First Assembly of God (no Gideon)

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