Miss May I

To Enter Studio In January

Third Album To Be Produced By

Machine (Chiodos, Every Time I Die, Lamb of God, Four Year Strong)

And Expected To Be Released Spring 2012

Band Confirmed as Direct Support on Whitechapel’s Recorruptor US Spring Tour

UK/European Dates with Parkway Drive Also Announced

OH’s Miss May I will enter The Machine Shop studios starting in early January to begin work on their 3rd release for Rise Records, which is tentatively scheduled to drop in spring 2012. The LP will be produced by Machine (Chiodos, Every Time I Die, Lamb Of God, Four Year Strong) and according to bassist/clean vocalist Ryan Neff, will be the band’s “most metal and dynamic release thus far.”

Miss May I has been writing songs since the spring of 2011 and began pre-production with Chris Rubey of The Devil Wears Prada during the summer while out on the Vans Warped Tour.

The forthcoming release will serve as the follow-up to the band’s breakthrough sophomore effort, Monument, which debuted at #76 on the Billboard Top 200. With combined sales of nearly 100,000 units over the course of their burgeoning career and a highly buzzed about stint on Warped Tour 2011, Miss May I is currently canvassing the country on their nearly sold-out No Guts, No Glory tour.

The band has also been confirmed as direct support on Whitechapel’s Recorrupter U.S. Tour and will join the lineup on Parkway Drive’s UK/European Tour, both of which kick off this spring (see dates below.)

As they prepare to start work on their biggest and heaviest release yet, 2012 is already shaping up to be another monumental year for Miss May I.

No Guts No Glory Tour Dates:

Dec 08           St. Andrews Hall     Detroit, MI

Dec 09           The Bottom Lounge          Chicago, IL

Dec 10           The Cabooze           Minneapolis, MN

Dec 12           The Summit Music Hall     Denver, CO

Dec 13           In the Venue            Salt Lake City, UT

Dec 15           El Corazon   Seattle, WA

Dec 16           Hawthorne Theatre           Portland, OR

Dec 31           The Attic       Dayton, OH

Recorrupter (Leg One) w/ Whitechapel, After The Burial, Within The Ruins, The Plot In You

3/10 Memphis, TN- Newby’s

3/11 Knoxville, TN- The Valarium

3/13 Grand Rapids, MI- The Intersection

3/14 Indianapolis, IN- Egyptian Room- Old National Centre

3/15 Springfield, MO- Outland Ballroom

3/16 Kansas City, MO- The Beaumont Club

3/17 Wichita, KS- The Scene-ary

3/20 Reno, NV- The Knitting Factory

3/21 Sacramento, CA- Ace of Spades

3/22 Ventura, CA- Ventura Theater

3/23 Fresno, CA- Club Retro

3/24 Tucson, AZ- Rialto Theatre

3/25 Las Vegas, NV-  Hard Rock Café- Vegas Strip

3/27 Farmington, NM- Top Deck

3/28 San Antonio, TX- White Rabbit

3/29 McAllen, TX- El Rey Theatre

3/30 Corpus Christi, TX- House of Rock

Parkway Drive European Headliner w/ The Ghost Inside, Confession

4/6 Amsterdam, Netherlands- Melkweg

4/7 London, UK- Indigo2

4/8 Birmingham, UK- HMV Institute

4/9 Glasgow, UK- O2 ABC

4/10 Manchester, UK- Academy

4/11 Cardiff, UK- Uni Great Hall

4/12 Oberhausen, Germany- Turbinehalle

4/13 Paris, France- Bataclan

4/14 Lyon, France- Transbordeur Rockstorm Fest

4/15 Madrid, Spain- Sala Heineken

4/16 Barcelona, Spain- Sala Razzmatazz

4/17 La Valette Du Var, France- Le Vox

4/18 Milano, Italy- Alcatraz

4/19  Maschen, Germany- Tonhalle

4/20 Wien, Austria- Gasometer

4/21 Leipzig, Germany- Agra, Impericon Fest

4/22 Wurzburg, Germany- Posthalle

4/23 Copenhagen, Denmark- Pumpehuset

4/24 Gothenburg, Sweden- Tradgarn

4/25 Sankt Hanshagen, Norway- John Dee

4/26 Stockholm, Sweden- Klubben

4/27 Hamburg, Germany- Grobe Feiheit 36

Recorrupter (Leg Two) w/ Whitechapel, After The Burial, Structures, The Plot In You

5/3 Louisville, KY- Expo Five

5/4 Asheville, NC- The Orange Peel

5/5 Birmingham, AL- Zydeco

5/8 Lake Buena Vista, FL- House of Blues

5/9 Jacksonville, FL- Freebird Live

5/10 Charleston, SC- The Music Farm

5/12 Columbus, OH- Newport Music Hall

5/13 Huntington, WV- Big Sandy Supercenter Grand

5/15 Clifton Park, NY- Northern Lights

5/16 South Berlington, VT- Higher Ground

5/17 Portland, ME- State Theatre




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