Texas’ own Close Your Eyes will be heading out with Stick To Your Guns on the “Faith In The Untamed Tour.” Showcasing songs off of their Victory Records release, We Will Overcome, Close Your Eyes will be sharing the stage with As Blood Runs Black, Attila, and For The Fallen Dreams.

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10/2/2010

Las Cruces, NM Beverly Hills Club

10/3/2010

San Antonio, TX White Rabbit

10/4/2010

Tyler, TX Knights of Columbus

10/5/2010

Metairie, LA The High Ground

10/6/2010

Pensacola, FL American Legion Hall

10/7/2010

Orlando, FL H2O Live

10/8/2010

West Palm Beach The Pit

10/9/2010

Jacksonville, FL The Pit

10/10/2010

Charleston, SC Oasis

10/11/2010

Virginia Beach, VA Club Relevant

10/12/2010

Vineland, NJ Hangar 84

10/13/2010

New York, NY Gramercy Theatre

10/14/2010

Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock

10/15/2010

Worcester, MA The Palladium (Rock & Shock Fest)

10/16/2010

Montreal, QC Le National

10/17/2010

Toronto, ON Wreck Room

10/18/2010

London, ON London Music Hall

10/19/2010

Windsor, ON Chubby Pickle

10/20/2010

Toledo, OH Headliners

10/21/2010

West Dundee, IL Clearwater Theatre

10/22/2010

Milwaukee, WI Cedar Center

10/23/2010

Rochester, MN Midwest Skatepark

10/25/2010

Fort Collins, CO Aggie Theatre

10/27/2010

Boise, ID The Warehouse

10/28/2010

Sparks, NV The Alley

10/29/2010

Oakland, CA Oakland Metro

10/31/2010

Palmdale, CA Miramar Theatre

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