FOR TODAY ANNOUNCE HEADLINE FIGHT THE SILENCE TOUR – PRESENTED BY OUTBURN MAGAZINE AND MONSTER ENERGY
Support Bands Include Memphis May Fire, The Word Alive, Upon A Burning Body and Gideon
Christian metalcore band For Today announce their Fight The Silence Tour presented by Outburn Magazine.    The tour kicks will run January through February 2013 and feature support from the bands Memphis May Fire, The Word Alive, Upon A Burning Body and Gideon. Tour dates and cities to be announced soon.
For Today recently wrapped a headline tour with Impending Doom, Sleeping Giant, and The Chariot.   The band will play California Metal Fest this weekend along alongside Killswitch Engage, asking Alexandria and more.
For Today’s May album release Immortal debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chartat #15 with over 14,700 albums sold in its first week out and has sold close to 31,000 to date.
The album was released to major critical acclaim with Revolver Magazine declaring it to be “Rife with crafty guitar hooks and scream-along choruses.” Alternative Press also commented, “For Today have dialed back the bombast just enough to make their pounding combination of furious punk and vicious metal sound more immediate and live sounding.”
Immortal was produced by Will Putney (Lamb Of GodSuicide Silence) and features special guest appearances from Sonny Sandoval of P.O.D.Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red and Tommy Green of Sleeping Giant.  Watch the recent video for the song“Foundation” on VEVO (http://vevo.ly/RHFX7G).
FOR TODAY TOUR DATES
Europe Tour Dates
December 6 – London, UK – Underworld
December 7 – Hasselt, Belgium – Muziekodrome
December 8 – Ennepetal, Germany – Christmas Rock Night
December 9 – Eindhoven, Netherlands – Distortion Festival
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