Dedicated in honor of addicts, cutters, the suicidal and mentally abandoned, The Death in Me has announced a partnership with HM and Worth the band’s January Every Life is Worth Saving Tour. Worth is a nonprofit founded last year dedicated to the same cause, with the goal of removing the stigma and public sting of these issues. “We want to be intentional,” Worth founder Zachary Bartik said. “I have personally been through these struggles myself and know the toll they can take on a person.”

  • Jan. 1 – Cantonville, MD – The Shepard Space
  • Jan. 3 – Greencastle, PA – The Blue Heron
  • Jan. 4 – Harper’s Ferry, WV – The Shack
  • Jan. 6 – Wilmington, DE – Mojo 13
  • Jan. 7 – Monclair, NJ – The Meatlocker
  • Jan. 8 – Stafford, VA – The Grog and Tankard
  • Jan. 9 – Atlantic City, NJ – Le Grand Formage

Check the band out live from this past October in Raleigh, NC for a preview!

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