Gideon will be heading out later this month with All’s Quiet for a late summer tour sponsored by Crash Scene Clothing. Check out full tour dates below.

Tour Dates:
July 31- Manchester, New Hampshire @ Rocko’s
Aug 1 – Amityville,
New York @ Broadway Bar
Aug 2 –
Lemoyne, Pennsylvania @ Championship
Aug 4 –
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania @ Garfield Artworks
Aug 5 – Columbus,
Ohio @ Club Seven
Aug 6 –
Jackson, Michigan @ Club 789
Aug 7 –
Grand Rapids, Michigan @ MXTP
Aug 8 –
Barrington, Illinois @ Rock Room
Aug 9 –
Dixon, Illinois @ Spurgeons Bay
Aug 10 –
Lacrosse, Wisconsin @ The Warehouse
Aug 11 –
Mankato, Minnesota @ Whats Up Lounge
Aug 12 –
Waterloo, Iowa @ Amvets Post 19
Aug 13 – St. Louis, Missouri @ Fubar
Aug 16 –
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma @ Conservatory
Aug 17 –
Lubbock, Texas @ Jake’s
Aug 18 –
El Paso, Texas @ Open Gate Church
Aug 19 –
Houston, Texas @ Cain’s Ashes
Aug 20 –
Jacksonville, Florida @ Murray Hill Theatre
Aug 21 –
Southside, Alabama @ Andy’s Music Venue
Aug 22 –
Prattville, Alabama @ Venue Tba
Aug 24 –
Cookeville, Tennessee @ Cyber Tag

Hands “Give Me Rest” July 5
Call To Preserve “Validation” 7″ July 5
My Epic “Broken Voice” July 5
Dynasty “Truer Living with a Youthful Vengeance”
Ark of the Covenant “Separation” EP
Hope for the Dying “Dissimulation”
Onward to Olympas “The War Within Us”
Gideon “Costs”


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