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Gideon has just released a new song (brand new, not from their debut Facedown album Costs). You can hear “Gutter” now on the band’s Facebook page. Like what you hear? Gideon will make the song available for free download as soon as they reach 18,000 likes. The free download will be the only way fans get ahold of this new song, “Gutter.”

You can see Gideon on the Hardknoc Tour with Sovereign Strength, As Hell Retreats, and King Conquer this January.
Tour Dates:
January 13 – Annapolis, Maryland @ MACC
January 14 – Virginia Beach, Virginia @ Shaka’s
January 15 – Whitesburg, Kentucky @ Letcher County Tourism
January 16 – Greenville, South Carolina @ The Channel
January 17 – Jacksonville, Florida @ The Pit
January 18 – Lake Worth, Florida @ The Speakeasy
January 19 – Tampa, Florida – TBA
January 20 – Mcdonough, Georgia @ The Rock Show
January 21 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana @ Here Today Gone Tomorrow
January 22 – Fort Worth, Texas @ Tomcats West
January 23 – Midland, Texas @ The Pine Box
January 24 – Las Cruces, New Mexico @ Las Cruces Event Center
January 25 – OFF
January 26 – Las Vegas, Nevada @ Hypnotic Lounge
January 27 – San Diego, California @ SOMA
January 28 – Fullerton, California @ The Anchor
January 29 – Bakersfield, California @ Jerry’s Pizza
January 30 – Cupertino, California @ The Refuge
January 31 – Redding, California – TBA
February 1 – Portland, Oregon – TBA
February 2 – Seattle, Washington @ Studio Seven
February 3 – Kennewick, Washington @ Rock Reactor
February 4 – Richland, Washington – TBA
February 5 – Boise, Idaho @ The Shredder
February 6 – Ogden, Utah @ Mojo’s
February 7 – Albuquerque, New Mexico @ El Rey Theater
February 8 – Lubbock, Texas @ Jakes Backroom
February 9 – Arlington, Texas @ Live at Phil’s
February 10 – Houston, Texas @ Anchor Church
February 11 – Decatur, Alabama @ Planet Avalon
February 12 – Nashville, Tennessee @ The Muse

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