For Today have released the itinerary for their first European tour.  They’ll be heading across the pond with Winds of Plague, Stick To Your Guns, and Monuments this November in support of their upcoming release Breaker, due out August 31.
You can pre-order Breaker here: http://facedown.merchnow.com/products/preorders
And don’t forget to catch For Today state-side with Bleeding Through on the  Anti-Hero tour.
Tour Dates:
Nov 4 – Germany Munchen @ Feierwek
Nov 5 – Germany Leipzig @ Conne Island
nov 6 – Germany Karlsruhe @ Stadtmitte
Nov 7 – Gremany Koln @ Essigfabrik
Nov 8 – UK Norwich @ The Marquee
Nov 9 – UK Manchester @ Club Academy
Nov 10 – UK London @ Underworld
Nov 11 – UK Nottingham @ Rock City
Nov 12 – UK Newport @ Six Feet Under
Nov 13 – UK Plymouth @ White Rabbit
Nov 14 – Belgium Hasselt @ Muziekodroom
Nov 15 – Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
Nov 16 – Germany Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof
Nov 17 – Germany Hamburg @ Markthalle
Nov 18 – Germany Berlin @ Magnet
Nov 19 – Austria Vienna @ Viper Room

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