MY AMENDS, Florida based hardcore band, will begin their month-long National Tour on  June, to promote their new album “That Of A Lion”. They will be joined by the bands: The Great American Beast (Truskill) and Aurburn (Blue Duck Records).

Since their beginning just over year ago, MY AMENDS has earned an already impressive list of accomplishments, including, sharing the stage with national acts such as: Poison The Well, Vanna, and Straight Line Stitch; joining the roster of Ingenious Records and releasing their album “That of A Lion” on April 6th 2010.

Maybe you can catch them at any of the following locations:

June 6th    Smokeout Lounge Michingan City , Indiana

June 7th    Mad Maggies Elgin, IL

June 8th    Mixtapes East Moline, Il

June 9th    The House of Bricks Des Moines, Iowa

June 10th  Moe’s Original Denver, Colorado

June 12th  The Outer Rim Salt Lake City, Utah

June 13th  The Slide Bar (+21) Fullerton, California

June 16th  Cheyenne Saloon Las Vegas, Nevada

June17th  The Underground Mesa, AZ

June 18th  The Compound Albuquerque, NM

June 19th  The Pine Box Midland, Texas

June 20th  Zeros Corpus Christi, Texas

June 24th  Gallery 13 Columbus, GA

June 25th  Insomnia Venue Villa Rica, GA

June 26th  The Inner Circle Coral Spring, FL

June 28th  Jack Rabbits Jacksonville, FL

June 29th  The Oasis Charleston, SC

June 30th  Zakks Coffee House Murfreesboro

July 1st      Alley Katz Richmond, VA

July 2nd     Sounds Asylum Goshen, NY

July 4th     El N Gee Club New London, Connecticut

July 6th     Dubland Underground Rochester, NY


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