COMEBACK KID and Altpress.com have teamed up to reveal the dark juxtaposition of snakes versus rats that visually accompanies the band’s first single “Because of All”. TODAY, Altpress.com will begin their exclusive look at the video, posted on their homepage.

“If there’s one band who give hardcore a kick up the (bleep) every time they drop a record, it’s Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada’s Comeback Kid” –Alternative Press

Symptoms + Cures radiates COMEBACK KID’s genre-perfecting style of breakneck traditional hardcore punk rock combined with prevailing melodies. The band wrote their fierce new collection of anthems in the place that they have come to know the most; the road, proving themselves to be today’s premiere hardcore band as well as a true touring force.

Catch them on the road with Four Year Strong, The Wonder Years and American Fang on the Tonight We Feel Alive Tour.

Dates below:

10/3/2010

Higher Ground South Burlington VT

10/4/2010

Starlight Ballroom Philadelphia PA

10/5/2010

Irving Plaza New York NY

10/6/2010

Paradise Rock Club Boston MA

10/7/2010

Xtreme Wheels Skatepark Buffalo NY

10/8/2010

St. Andrews Hall Detroit MI

10/9/2010

Peabody’s Cleveland OH

10/10/2010

Bottom Lounge Chicago IL

10/12/2010

The Rave II Milwaukee WI

10/13/2010

Station 4 St. Paul MN

10/14/2010

Granada Theater Lawrence KS

10/15/2010

The Summit Music Hall Denver CO

10/16/2010

The Complex Salt Lake City UT

10/17/2010

The Venue Boise ID

10/18/2010

El Corazon Seattle WA

10/19/2010

Satyricon Portland OR

10/20/2010

Slim’s San Francisco CA

10/21/2010

The Glass House Pomona CA

10/22/2010

House of Blues West Hollywood CA

10/23/2010

SOMA San Diego CA

10/24/2010

Nile Theatre Mesa AZ

Album available at:

iTunes

Limited edition vinyl available exclusively at the Victory Records Webstore

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