As Hell Retreats have just announced an extensive fall tour.  They’ll be out with Strengthen What Remains for the first half of the dates and then they’ll join up with Strike First’s Letter to the Exiles and Gideon for the second half.

As Hell Retreats are touring in support of their 2010 debut Revival.

Tour Dates

w/ Strengthen What Remains

Sep 24 – McDonough, GA @ The Armory
Sep 25 – East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
Sep 27 – Clarksville, TN @ The Coup
Sep 28 – Evansville, IN @ Resurgence Church
Sep 29 – Shiloh, OH @ Grounds for Chang
Oct 1 – State Line, PA @ Crossroads Church
Oct 4 – Ellicott, MD @ House Show
Oct 5 – Brooklyn, NY @ Party Xpo
Oct 10 – Amityville, NY @ Broadway Bar
Oct 15 – East Ridge, TN @ Livestock Festival
Oct 16 – East Ridge, TN @ Livestock Festival

Novemeber w/ Letters to the Exiles(Strike First) and Gideon

Nov 1 – Marietta, GA @ Swayzes

Nov 2 – Murfreesboro,TN @ The Yeah Venue
Nov 3 – Corbin, KY @ Corbin Tech Center
Nov 5 – Mansfeild, OH @ Grounds for Change
Nov 6 – York, PA @ The Boondocks Club
Nov 9 -Manchester, NH @ Rockos
Nov 10 – Boston, MA @ The Church of Boston (18+)
Nov 11 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Party Xpo
Nov 13 – Crofton, MD @ MACC

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