As They Sleep to Headline the Total Carnage Tour This Summer

As They Sleep (Solid State Records) will be heading out on the road this June and July with Damien Deadson (Ex-Demon Hunter) providing direct support for the entire run. Rounding out the tour will be The Burial (Facedown Records) and Hope For The Dying (Facedown Records) on select dates. The tour will begin June 16th in Chicago and end July 24th in Indiana. In promotion of this tour, Infamous Empire is giving away eight CDs, eight shirts, and a iPad 3 over at The tour dates are as follows



16th Chicago, Illinois

17th Toledo, Ohio

18th Cleveland, Ohio

19th Buffalo / Rochester, New York

20th Albany, New York

21st Manchester, New Hampshire

22nd Portland, Maine

23rd TBA, Massachusetts

24th Providence, Rhode Island

25th Hartford, Connecticut

26th NYC, New York

27th Allentown, Pennsylvania

28th Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

29th Beckley, West Virginia

30th Covington, Kentucky


1st   Evansville / Bloomington, Indiana

2nd   St Louis, Missouri

3rd   Springfield, Missouri

4th   Tulsa, Oklahoma

5th   Dallas, Texas

6th   San Antonio, Texas

7th   Odessa / Midland, Texas

8th   El Paso, Texas

9th   Albuquerque, New Mexico

10th Phoenix, Arizona

11th Las Vegas, Nevada

12th LA, California

13th Bakersfield, California

14th Fresno, California

15th Redding, California

16th Eugene / Portland, Oregon

17th Seattle, Washington

18th Spokane, Washington

19th Boise, Idaho

20th salt Lake City, Utah

21st Denver, Colorado

22nd TBA, Nebraska / Kansas

23rd TBA, Iowa

24th Steger, Illinois

24th   Ft Wayne / South Bend, Indiana



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