Well-placed gang vocals and a powerful front man set Gideon apart from many of their peers, while the band as a whole come off sounding like seasoned pros. “Costs” will be released on March 1, but you can pre-order the album now here: http://facedown.merchnow.com/products/preorders

Check out Virtue on the band’s Facebook profile to see what all the buzz around Gideon is about! http://www.facebook.com/GideonAL

Tour Dates
Jan 20 – Myrtle Creek, Oregon @ Tri City Veterans Hall
Jan 21 – Las Vegas, Nevada @ The Sanctuary
Jan 22 – Pheonix, Arizona @ Warehouse 201
Jan 24 – Tucson, Arizona @ Jacob’s YMCA- w/Counterparts
Jan 25 – El Paso, Texas @ 2nd floor gallery- w/Counterparts
Jan 26 – Midland, Texas @ Pinebox- w/Counterparts
Jan 27 – Shreveport, Louisiana @ Media Star Entertainment Lounge- w/Counterparts
Jan 28 – Decatur, Alabama @ Planet Avalon- w/Counterparts
Jan 29 – Corbin, Kentucky @ TBA- w/Counterparts
Jan 30 – Whitesburg, Kentucky @ Letcher County Tourism- w/Counterparts
Jan 31 – Lynchburg, Virginia @ TBA- – w/Counterparts
Feb 1 – Lithicum, Maryland @ Saint Christophers- w/Counterparts
Feb 2 – Lancaster, Pennsylvania @ TBA w/ The Gun Show, Ace Augustine
Feb 4 – Lynchburg, Virginia @ Crosspoint Venue w/The Gun Show, Ace Augustine
Feb 5 – Charlotte, North Carolina @ Tremont Music Hall w/ The Gun Show, Ace Augustine
Feb 6 – Greenville, South Carolina @ Suite 8 w/The Gun Show
Feb 7 – Barbourville, Kentucky @ Black Kadillac w/The Gun Show


COMING SOON:
Ace Augustine “The Absolute” Jan 18
Overcome “The Great Campaign of Sabotage” Feb 1
Gideon “Costs” Mar 1
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