Oh, Sleeper has announced a co-headlining tour with The Chariot for this October.  The Texas based band recently released their sophomore full-length Son Of The Morning of which Alternative Press wrote “The band are tighter than a duck’s ass and the songs range from simply good to damned awesome.”  Ultimate-Guitar.com echoed the sentiment saying the album “possesses a powerful yet melodic sound with shredding guitar work, a strong bass sound, and beastly drumming” and “I’d certainly buy it again if I lost it!”  The band is currently on tour as main support to Every Time I Die and Bring Me The Horizon which will run until October 11thSon Of The Morning is the follow up to the band’s 2007 debut When I Am God (Solid State Records) which scanned over 25,000 copies in the U.S.  The new album is a epic concept work, centered around nothing less than the final battle between the devil and God.  The band recently released a video trailer for the title track at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_5aL67HsVs&feature=channel

 

Previous accolades for the band include “Oh Sleeper have pieced together a smart metalcore album chock full of turbulent guitar progressions, headbanging breakdowns and melodies of epic proportions” OUTBURN.

 

“A ferocious brand of thunderous thrash, giving way to the types of catchy hooks and sweeping soundscapes you would never expect to find in the realm of Christian metalcore.” ALTERNATIVE PRESS.

 

(dates for Every Time I Die tour at myspace.com/ohsleeper.  Co-headline Chariot Tour dates below)

 

Date               City                             Venue
10/12              Crofton, MD               MACC
10/13              Altoona, PA               Eldolyn Terrace
10/15              Raleigh, NC               The Brewery
10/16              Montgomery, AL        The Furnished
10/17              East Ridge, TN          The Warehouse
10/20              Louisville, KY             Headliners Music Hall
10/21              Evansville, IN             Boney Junes
10/22              Toledo, OH                Frankies
10/23              Mt Clemens, MI         Hayloft
10/24              Indianapolis, IN          Emerson Theater
10/25              Orland Park, IL          Mojoes Coffee House
10/26              Herrin, IL                     Hitt’s
10/29              Sauget, IL                   Pop’s
10/30              Little Rock AR           The Village
10/31              Claremore, OK          The Tree
11/1                Oklahoma City, OK   Bricktown Ballroom

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