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San Diego, CA’s AS I LAY DYING will hit the ground running in 2011 with a full US tour. The dates start on February 12th at the Aggie Theater in Ft. Collins, CO and wrap up March 18th in Sacramento, CA. The tour will hit cities that the band hasn’t been to in years and cities the band has yet to visit, including: Green Bay, WI, Pensacola, FL, Burlington, VT and much more. The full schedule is below and on asilaydying.com and thepowerlessrise.com. This is a great opportunity for fans to see AS I LAY DYING in an intimate club-setting, which should make for some insane circle pits and stage dives!

On Tuesday, November 9, AS I LAY DYING released a Limited Edition Super Deluxe Fan Boxset. The package includes The Powerless Rise CD and 12″ vinyl picture disc, The Powerless Rise DVD documentary w/in studio footage and interviews + extras: guitar, bass, and drum tabs featuring Jordan Mancino, Nick Hipa, Phil Sgrosso and Josh Gilbert, song stems for “Upside Down Kingdom,” expanded recording outtakes, a hardcover book w/ lyrics, photos and editorial from the band, 12″ X 12″ lithograph, 3 guitar picks, mini drumstick keychain, As I Lay Dying patch, As I Lay Dying window cling and metal As I Lay Dying logo pin. Quantities are limited and once sold out they are gone forever.

Released earlier this year, The Powerless Rise debuted on the Billboard Top 200 chart at #10 and marks yet another major feat for the metal band that refuses to compromise their sound to conform to the mainstream as they continue to deliver heavy and melodic music to their fans around the world.

“the album demonstrates that the group has reached a new level of song songcraft and performance.” Guitar World Magazine

“a dominant force in the metalcore world.” Las Vegas Weekly

“metal/hardcore tour de force…as brutal as an uppercut to the throat” Alternative Press Magazine

“an instantly memorable modern metal album.” SputnikMusic.com

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 Cotilion
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

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