Onward to Olympas and The Burial head to Facedown Fest

Onward to Olympas and The Burial have just announced a series of tour dates in April that will take them out to Facedown Fest and back. The two-week run is sponsored by Fakelife Clothing and will have the bands stopping in cities along the southern states.

The Burial are currently working on a new album due out later this year, and Onward to Olympas are touring in support of their most recent release “Indicator”. You can see a video for the single here.

Onward to Olympas will be out with Serianna on the Glued to the Couch Tour before joining up with The Burial for their tour to Facedown Fest.

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