Phinehas has announced some exciting news for the weekend. The L.A. metal band will embark on a summer tour with Silent Planet and Invent, Animate to support their upcoming album release, Till the End. The album is set to be released on July 10, but to hold you over until then, check out the behind the scenes video for “Tetelestai” and the track video for “Dead Choir.”

Fans can preorder the upcoming album, and check out the tour dates below:

  • 6/24 Mt. Union, PA | Creation Fest NE
  • 6/25 Jamestown, NY | LVN Renaissance Center
  • 6/26 Kingston, ON | Cafe Church
  • 6/27 Hamilton, ON | Club Absinthe
  • 6/28 Lakewood, OH | The Foundry (w/ SP)
  • 6/29 Detroit, MI | The Ritz
  • 6/30 Dayton, OH | Rockstar Pro Arena
  • 7/1 Toledo, OH | Iggy’s (w/ SP)
  • 7/2 Urbana, IL | Audiofeed Fest (w/ SP)
  • 7/3 Bloomington, IN | Rhino’s (w/ SP)
  • 7/4 Urbana, IL | Audiofeed Fest
  • 7/5 La Crosse, WI | The Warehouse (w/ SP)
  • 7/7 Des Moines, IA | Vaudeville Mews (w/ SP)
  • 7/8 Omama, NE | Sokol Underground (w/ SP)
  • 7/9 Davenport, IA | The Center/Skate Church (w/ SP)
  • 7/10 Lexington, KY | Ichthus Fest
  • 7/11 Appleton, WI | LifeFest
  • 7/12 Berwyn, IL | The Wire
  • 7/14 Fargo, ND | New Direction
  • 7/15 Regina, SK | Mojo Club
  • 7/17 Somerset, WI | Sonshine Fest


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