With their upcoming album, The Completionist, coming out this Friday, Blood of the Martyrs will be hitting the road to support the effort for all of October and into November. BOTM is profiled in the October issue of HM, and you can also read a review of The Completionist.

10/3/2013 – Newport, KY – Thompson House
10/4/2013 – Marion, OH – Tink’s Rock House
10/5/2013 – Parma, OH – The Roc Bar
10/6/2013 – Kittanning, PA – Club Radio-Active
10/7/2013 – Syracuse, NY – Three Fat Guys
10/8/2013 – Buffalo, NY – Broadway Joe’s
10/9/2013 – Providence, RI – Simon’s 677
10/10/2013 – Concord, NH – Tandy’s Top Shelf
10/11/2013 – Kenilworth, NJ – 10th Street Live
10/12/2013 – Morgantown, WV – Crossroads
10/13/2013 – Baltimore, MD – Fish Head Cantina
10/14/2013 – Princeton, WV – Cheer’s
10/15/2013 – Beckley, WV – Dry Hill Community Center
10/16/2013 – Charlotte, NC – Milestone Club
10/17/2013 – Raleigh, NC – Southland Ballroom
10/18/2013 – Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
10/19/2013 – Cleveland, TN – Warehouse Venue
10/20/2013 – Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall
10/22/2013 – Orlando, FL – Odin’s Den
10/23/2013 – Cocoa Beach, FL – TBA
10/24/2013 – Tampa, FL – Insomniacs
10/25/2013 – Pensacola, FL – Oops Alley
10/26/2013 – Panama City, FL – C-Level
10/27/2013 – Marietta, GA – Swayze’s
10/29/2013 – Little Rock, AR – Downtown Music Hall
10/30/2013 – St.Louis, MO – Fubar
10/31/2013 – Rockford, IL – Millennium Center
11/1/2013 – Battle Creek, MI – Planet Rock
11/2/2013 – Jackson, MI – The Foundry
11/3/2013 – Romeo, MI – High Octane

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