Impending Doom will be direct support for the upcoming Whitechapel tour this October with others Miss May I, Oceano, and I Declare War.  Doom is on the road supporting the recent release of their third Facedown album There Will Be Violence.

Check out the dates below.

Tour Dates:
Oct 1 – Macon, GA @ The 567
Oct 2 – Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Oct 3 – St Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
Oct 4 – Jacksonville, FL @ Rain
Oct 5 – Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
Oct 6 – Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
Oct 7 – Raleigh, NC @ Volume 11 Tavern
Oct 8 – Norfolk, VA @ Norva
Oct 9 – Jermyn, PA @ Eleanor Rigby’s
Oct 10 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater
Oct 12 – Boston, MA @ Harper’s Ferry
Oct 13 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft @ The Chance
Oct 14 – Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
Oct 15 – Toledo, OH @ Headliner’s
Oct 16 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection
Oct 17 – Elgin, IL @ Mad Maggies
Oct 19 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
Oct 20 – Sauget, IL @ Pop’s
Oct 21 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall
Oct 22 – Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
Oct 23 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Oct 31 – Frisco, TX @ Dr. Pepper Arena

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