Metalcore titans HASTE THE DAY recently announced that after 10 years of genre leading albums and nonstop touring they would be calling it a day. Now the band announces their final tour – a 32 city trek – with support from MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE, THE CHARIOT and A PLEA FOR PURGING, giving US and Canadian fans a final chance to see the band perform live.With five full-length albums totaling more than a quarter million records sold, HASTE THE DAY has become one of the most enduring and influential acts in the genre. Armed with highly talented new lineup, the band’s latest album, Attack of the Wolf King has reinvigorated the band’s fanbase, causing it to debut at #74 on the Billboard Top 200.

In addition, the album has been praised by music critics with Exclaim! calling the album “Easily the band’s best work to date.” Alternative Press warned copycat acts to take note, saying, “This is how this shit is done.” Tastemaking site Absolute Punk exclaimed “With Attack of the Wolf King, HASTE THE DAY will silence the doubters.” In addition, numerous critics have hailed the album as one of the best releases of the year in its genre.

Tour dates are as follows:

Jan 28 St Paul MN @ Mr Chan Presents
Jan 29 Des Monies IA @ Vaudeville Mews
Jan 30 Wichita KS @ Oz Cafe
Jan 31 Denver CO @ Marquis Theater
Feb 1 – Salt Lake City UT @ Club Sound
Feb 3 – Seattle WA @ El Corazon
Feb 4 – Portland OR @ Hawthorne Theater
Feb 5 – Orangevale CA @ The Boardwalk
Feb 7 – Anaheim CA @ Chain Reaction
Feb 8 – San Diego CA @ Soma Stageside
Feb 9 – Mesa AZ @ Nile Theater
Feb 11 – Lubbock TX @ Jake’s Sports Cafe
Feb 12 – Dallas TX @ The Door
Feb 13 – Austin TX @ Emo’s
Feb 14 – San Antonio TX @ White Rabbit
Feb 15 – Houston TX @ Warehouse Live
Feb 16 – Pensacola FL @ American Legion Post 133
Feb 18 – St Petersburg FL @ State Theater
Feb 19 – Orlando FL @ The Social
Feb 20 – Atlanta GA @ The Masquerade
Feb 21 – Birmingham AL @ Zydeco
Feb 22 – Memphis TN @ New Daisy Theater
Feb 23 – St Louis MO @ Fubar
Feb 24 – Chicago IL @ Bottom Lounge
Feb 25 – Cleveland OH @ Peabody’s Downunder
Feb 26 – Detroit MI @ Magic Stick
Feb 27 – Pittsburgh PA @ Alter Bar
Mar 1 – Montreal QC @ Underworld
Mar 2 – London ON @ Rum Runners
Mar 3 – Toronto ON @ The Annex Wreck Room
Mar 4 – Syracuse NY @ The Lost Horizon
Mar 5 – Philadelphia PA @ The First Unitarian Church
Mar 6 – New York NY @ Gramercy Theater
Mar 7 – Richmond VA @ Canal Club
Mar 9 – Columbus OH @ The Basement
Mar 10 – Louisville KY @ Expo Five

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