Haste the Day is back in the studio with acclaimed producer, Andreas Magnusson, recording for their 5th studio release.  4 video blogs from the studio have been posted thus far and the 5th is set to be released Friday, March 12, 2010 on the band’s youtube (www.youtube.com/hastethedayband) and Myspace (www.myspace.com/hastetheday). Since the bands inception in 2001, Haste the Day have risen to create something refined, incomparable, and unprecedented.  Selling over 250,000 records stateside, the band has plans to tour in support of their new album which is tentatively set for an early summer release.

Check the band out on the road at one of the upcoming dates:
**// With Amarna Reign
Apr 2 2010, The Emerson Theater

Indianapolis, Indiana,

Apr 3 2010, The Attic Club

Dayton, Ohio,

Apr 8 2010, Boney Junes

Evansville, Indiana,

Apr 9 2010, Rhino’s

Bloomington, Indiana,

Apr 10 2010, The River Bank

South Bend, Indiana,

Apr 11 2010, Broadripple

Ft. Wayne, Indiana,


**//Europe
Apr 15 2010, Tonhalle – MUNICH, GERMANY (w/ AFI & Gallows)

Munich,

Apr 16 2010,

Tivoli – UTRECHT, HOLLAND (Brawlfest)

Utrecht, Holland,

Apr 18 2010,

Cathouse – GLASGOW (w/ Oh Sleeper)

Glasgow,

Apr 19 2010,

MOHO – MANCHESTER (w/ Oh Sleeper)

Manchester,

Apr 20 2010, Barfly – LONDON (w/ Oh Sleeper)

London,

Apr 21 2010,

Academy 3 – BIRMINGHAM (w/ Oh Sleeper)

Birmingham,

Apr 23 2010, Groezrock – MEERHOUT, BELGIUM

Meerhout,


Jun 17 2010, Ichthus Festival 2010

Wilmore, Kentucky,

Jul 2 20100,

Cornerstone Festival 2010

Marietta, Illinois,


**//WARPED TOUR 2010
Jul 20 2010,

Merriweather Post Pavilion

Columbia, Maryland,

Jul 21 2010,

Virginia Beach Amphitheatre

Virginia Beach, Virginia,

Jul 22 2010,

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte

Charlotte, North Carolina,

Jul 23 2010,

Vinoy Park

St. Petersburg, Florida,

Jul 24 2010,

Cruzan Amphitheater

West Palm Beach, Florida,

Jul 25 2010, Central Florida Fairgrounds

Orlando, Florida,

Jul 26 2010,

Lakewood Amphitheater

Atlanta, Georgia,

Jul 28 2010,

Riverbend Music Center

Cincinnati, Ohio,

Jul 29 2010,

Marcus Amphitheater

Milwaukee, Wisconsin,

Jul 30 2010,

Comerica Park

Detroit, Michigan,

Jul 31 2010,

First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre

Tinley Park, Illinois,

Aug 1 2010,

Canterbury Park

Shakopee, Minnesota,

Aug 2 2010,

Sandstone Amphitheatre

Bonner Springs, Kansas,

Aug 5 2010, Race City Speedway

Calgary, Alberta,

Aug 7 2010,

Utah State Fairgrounds

Salt Lake City, Utah,

Aug 8 2010,

Invesco Field

Denver, Colorado,

Aug 11 2010, Pomona Fairplex

Pomona, California,

Aug 12 2010, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Marysville, California,

Aug 13 2010, Idaho Center Amphitheatre

Nampa, Idaho,

Aug 14 2010, Gorge Amphitheatre

George, Washington,

Aug 15 2010, Washington County Fairgrounds

Hillsboro, Oregon,

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