New Orleans’ rock innovators MUTEMATH will hit the road on April 13th for a spring tour as special guests of 30 Seconds To Mars. The band is touring in support of its current album Armistice, their second album for Teleprompt/Warner Bros. Records, which debuted at No. 18 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart in August 2009 and was called a “must-have album” by the New York Post. In addition to the shows with 30 Seconds to Mars, MUTEMATH will also perform at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 18th, and the Bamboozle Festival on May 2nd.

Read what critics have said about MUTEMATH’s live shows:
“Mutemath seems to have gained the respect of the rock and indie communities alike by way of their high energy performances and ‘no holds barred’ approach to stage presence” – The Examiner Kansas City

“Don’t miss the smart New Orleans rockers Mutemath, who mesh fist-pumping chorus riffs with lively stage shows” – The Columbus Dispatch

“Constantly touring, the band’s sound still turns on its vintage instruments and fearless experimentation in rhythm and harmonics” – Grand Rapids Press
For info, videos and photos of MUTEMATH, please visit www.mutemath.com.
MUTEMATH’s upcoming tour dates are as follows:
(*denotes show with 30 Seconds to Mars)
3/20    New Orleans                           The Howlin’ Wolf – “Spotlight on Haiti” benefit
4/10    Florence, AL                           University of North Alabama
4/13    Tulsa, OK                                Brady Theater*
4/15    Milwaukee, WI                        Eagles Ballroom*
4/16    Chicago, IL                              Aragon Ballroom*
4/17    Detroit, MI                               The  Fillmore*
4/18    Indio, CA                                 Coachella Music & Arts Festival
4/20    Boston, MA                             House Of Blues*
4/21    New York, NY                        Roseland*
4/23    Washington DC                        Bender Arena*
4/24    Philadelphia, PA                       Electric Factory
4/25    Charlotte, NC                           Uptown Amphitheatre at the Music Factory*
4/27    Miami, FL                                 The Fillmore @ The Jackie*
4/28    Orlando, FL                              House of Blues*
4/29    Atlanta, GA                              The Tabernacle*
4/30    Memphis, TN                           Beale Street Music Festival
5/02    East Rutherford, NJ                  Bamboozle Festival
5/04    St. Louis, MO                          The Pageant*
5/06    Omaha, NE                              Sokol Auditorium*
5/07    Denver, CO                             Fillmore Auditorium*
5/08    Salt Lake City, UT                   Rail Event Center*
5/10    Seattle, WA                             Showbox SoDo*
5/11    Portland, OR                           Roseland Theatre*
5/13    Oakland, CA                          Fox Theater*
5/14    Santa Barbara, CA                 Santa Barbara Bowl*
5/15    Dallas, TX                              Galatyn Park
5/30    Durham, CT                            B.O.M.B. Festival

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