Metalcore mainstays INHALE EXHALE & GWEN STACY are excited to announce a summer U.S. headlining tour from June 10 to July 2 in support of their new albums, Bury Me Alive & A Dialogue on Solid State Records.

Joining the band on the month-long run are THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE. Dates and venues listed below.

INHALE EXHALE, fresh off tours with The Chariot & Iwrestledabearonce have had a busy 2010 since the release of their 3rd album BURY ME ALIVE in October of 2009. The band are excited to be heading out with label mates GWEN STACY, and aim to be out on the road the remainder of 2010 beginning with a late summer run with heavyweights Demon Hunter.


June 10th – Nashville, Tennessee

June 11th – Columbus, Georgia @ Gallery 13

June 12th – Pensacola, Florida @ The Vault

June 13th – Tampa, Florida @ Transitions Art Gallery

June 14th – West Palm Beach, Florida @ Ground Control

June 15th – Jacksonville, Florida @ Murray Hill Theatre

June 16th – Douglasville, Georgia @ The 7 Venue

June 17th – Charleston, South Carolina @ Club Oasis

June 18th – Wilmore, Kentucky @ Ichthus Music Festival (GS only)

June 19th – Virginia Beach, Virginia @ Club Relevant

June 20th – Raleigh, North Carolina @ The Brewery

June 21st – Mt. Airy, Maryland @ Mt. Airy Firehall

June 22nd- Spotswood, New Jersey @ Spotswood VFW

June 23rd – Vineland, New Jersey @ Hanger 84

June 24th – Albany, New York @ Bogie’s

June 25th – Manchester, New Hampshire @ Rocko’s

June 26th -Long Island, New York

June 27th -Lemoyne, Pennsylvania @ Championship

June 28th – Cleveland, Ohio @ Peabody’s

June 29th – Toledo, Ohio @ Frankies

June 30th – Pontiac, Michigan @ The Pike Room


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