While currently conquering fans nightly on the Vans Warped Tour, metalcore titans HASTE THE DAY are announcing plans for a fall co-headlining tour with ENTER SHIKARI.    Presented by Alternative Press, the ‘Destabilize North America’ Tour spans 40 days and 29 cities with support from SLEEPING WITH SIRENS, MSWHITE and LIGHTS GO BLUE.
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 KingHASTE 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.

HASTE THE DAY on Vans Warped Tour 2010

Oct 1 Dallas TX @ The Prophet Bar
Oct 3 Metairie LA @ High Ground
Oct 5 Orlando FL @ The Social
Oct 6 Ft Lauderdale FL @ Culture Room
Oct 8 Tampa FL @ Orpheum
Oct 9 Douglasville GA @ The 7 Venue
Oct 11 Richmond VA @ The Canal Club
Oct 12 Baltimore MD @ The Otto Bar
Oct 13 Philadelphia PA @ First Unitarian Church
Oct 15 New York NY @ Gramercy Theater
Oct 16 Providence RI @ Club Hell
Oct 17 Montreal QC @ Underworld
Oct 18 Toronto ON @ Annex Wreckroom
Oct 20 Pontiac MI @ The Eagle Theater
Oct 21 Cleveland OH @ The Grog Shop
Oct 22 Chicago IL @ The Bottom Lounge
Oct 23 St Paul MN @ Station 4
Oct 24 Winnipeg MB @ WECC
Oct 26 Edmonton AB @ Avenue Theater
Oct 28 Portland OR @ Hawthorne Theater
Oct 29 Seattle WA @ El Corazon
Nov 1 San Francisco CA @ Slim’s
Nov 2 Orangevale CA @ The Boardwalk
Nov 4 Hollywood CA @ The Troubadour
Nov 5 Anaheim CA @ Chain Reaction
Nov 6 San Diego CA @ Soma
Nov 9 Austin TX @ Emo’s
Nov 10 San Antonio TX @ White Rabbit

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