Solid State Records are proud to announce the upcoming tour for MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE.

The tour playfully entitled, ‘THE NOCTURNAL ALLIANCE TOUR,’ features co-headliners IMPENDING DOOM along with support from A BULLET FOR A PRETTY BOY, THIS OR THE APOCALPYSE, and THE CRIMSON ARMADA. The five-week trek across the U.S. and Canada begins in San Diego, California on June 24th and ends in Cleveland, Ohio on July 29th.

“I’m so glad this tour is finally happening,” comments Matthew Hasting. “MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE and IMPENDING DOOM have been talking about doing a co-headliner since we toured on the first SCREAM THE PRAYER together back in 2008!”

Check out MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE on their upcoming tour dates:

Jun. 24th – San Diego, CA – Soma
Jun. 25th – Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction

Jun. 26th – Fresno, CA – Club Retro

Jun. 27th – Roseville, CA – Club Retro

Jun. 28th – Sparks, NV – The Alley

Jun. 30th – Portland, OR – Branx

Jul. 1st – Seattle, WA – Studio Seven

Jul. 3rd – Calgary, AB – New Black Centre

Jul. 4th – Edmonton, AB – Avenue Theatre

Jul. 5th – Saskatoon, SK – Cosmo Senior Center

Jul. 7th – Winnipeg, MB – Park Theatre

Jul. 9th – Sudbury, ON – Jubilee Centre

Jul. 10th – Cambridge, ON – 515 Concert Club

Jul. 11th – Windsor, ON – The Blind Dog

Jul. 12th – Toronto, ON – Wreck Room

Jul. 13th – Ottawa, ON – Mavericks

Jul. 14th – Quebec City, QC – Café L’Agitee

Jul. 15th – Montreal, QC – La Tulipe

Jul. 16th – Manchester, NH – Rockos

Jul. 18th – Clinton, NJ – The Aquifer Music Venue

Jul. 19th – New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre

Jul. 20th – Crofton, MD – MACC

Jul. 21st – Richmond, VA – Alley Katz

Jul. 22nd – Lynchburg, VA – Crosspoint Venue

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