DigitalTourBus Presents “Glued To The Couch Tour”Featuring Serianna & Onward To Olympas Serianna music videos for “Virtues” and “Lose Yourself” out nowNew Serianna album “Define Me” coming Summer 2013

DigitalTourBus Presents the “Glued To The Couch Tour” featuring Serianna (Bullet Tooth), Onward To Olympas (Facedown), My Heart To Fear (Solid State), Mouth Of The South, and InDirections. The tour kicks off March 22 and runs to April 12, all dates below.  Serianna’s Kris Meyer-Ruef (Guitar) checked in to say, “Serianna’s got a brand new line up and a brand new energy to bring to the table. Our new material is bouncier and heavier, we want kids to move with us! We’re super stoked to be hitting the road with our dudes in Onward To Olympas, the band works hard and plays hard. It’s going to be a blast!”

Serianna just wrapped up in the studio for their new album “Define Me” with producer Josh Schroeder, who is responsible for new albums from For Today and The Color Morale. The new music is as heavy as ever and incredibly emotional as their fans have come to expect, much like their latest single “Deadweight” released on October 16, 2012. The 13 song album “Define Me” will be released early Summer 2013.

Guitarist and songwriter Kris Meyer-Ruef commented on the new album, “The Inheritors record was almost 3 years in the making by the time we had the pleasure of releasing it on Bullet Tooth. It seems only natural that at least 4 years since the birth of that record, Serianna is due for serious growth. Over the past year, we have gone through a major line up change and thought hard about the future of our band. It was pretty apparent  to any fan of our band before that we were heavily rooted in metal core, influenced by the bands that could riff the tightest and fastest. We operated like a well oiled machine, tight and uniform. But that was just the problem: we operated like a machine. This new record has given us all the opportunity to pour our hearts into our music in a way that we felt was impossible before. Every one of us has a voice, and you will hear that through every song on this record. We went heavier, groovier, darker and more honest. I know deep down that kids are still looking for something real to fall in love with. We genuinely believe these songs are just that.”

Singer and lyricist Chris Nutting also commented, “I’m so excited for the world to hear this album because every song has a catchy hook that will get stuck in your head. That has always been a huge selling point for me with the music that I listen to, and I feel that it is such an important element to have in song writing. We wanted to write an album that would not only be fun to listen to, but also be a great experience to see live. You can bounce up and down to just about every song on the record. Each one of us played a role in writing lyrics, pulling influence from past experiences. You’ll be able to relate to these lyrics in one way or another. I couldn’t be more proud of how this album came together.”

Serianna recently released their new music video for their new single “Lose Yourself“!  The song, originally by Eminem, premiered recently at and is available for download at iTunesAmazonSpotify, and everywhere else music is available. The music video was filmed while the guys were on tour by director and close friend Sam Link (Sleeping With Sirens, Decoder). The video is streaming NOW on YouTube.
The debut album “Inheritors” from Serianna (Madison, WI) is available everywhere NOW!  Fans can listen to the songs “Fragments” and “Guilty Spark” at their Facebook page, and watch a live music video for “Virtues” directed by Sam Link (Sleeping With Sirens, Decoder) from the recent Motel 6 “Rock Yourself To Sleep” Tour.  Their songs “Fragments” and “Inheritors” are also available NOW on Rock Band for Xbox 360.  The band has recently been on tour with Alesana, A Skylit Drive, Sleeping With Sirens, Affiance, Memphis May Fire, Attila, and more!

• “Serianna has unleashed an ambitious work that is both heartfelt and intensive.” – Highwire Daze
• “This record is absolutely sensational. All killer no filler!” – Hard Rock Reviews
• “The band are poised to inherit what all bands strive for. Glory.” – Lexington Music Press

Serianna w/ This Romantic Tragedy:
March 11th – Limestone, NY @ Rock’n RicksMarch 12th – Deer Park, NY @ 1 Stop MediaMarch 13th – Boonton, NJ @ The Canvas ClashMarch 14th – Savannah, GA Taco AbajoMarch 15th – Douglasville, GA @ The 7 VenueMarch 16th – Lake Charles, LA @ The Center Stage in March 17th – Tyler, TX @ CrossroadsMarch 18th – Corpus Christi, TX @ Entourage Sports BarMarch 19th – Abilene, TX @ The Juka HouseMarch 20th – Midland, TX @ The Pine Box
Serianna w/ Onward To Olympas , My Heart To Fear , Mouth of the South
March 22nd – Roswell, NM @ The Unity Center (No OTO)March 23rd – Albuquerque, NM @ GasworksMarch 24th – Mesa, AZ @ The UndergroundMarch 25th – Canoga Park, CA @ The Cobalt CafeMarch 26th – Anaheim, CA @ Mirror Image Studios March 27th – Bakersfield, CA @ Jerry’s March 28th – San Jose, CA @ TBAMarch 29th – Corvallis, OR @ Sub-ZeroMarch 30th – Seattle, WA @ Studio SevenMarch 31st – Spokane, WA @ The HopApril 1st – Boise, ID @ TBAApril 2nd – Casper, WY @ The Hall Of Champions April 3rd – Denver, CO @ The Roxy Theatre April 4th – Wichita, KS @ Below The MainstreamApril 5th – St. Louis, MO @ TBAApril 6th – Blytheville, AR @ The Red RoomApril 7th – Tupelo, MS @ Goodtime Charlies
Serianna w/ My Heart To Fear , Mouth of the South, InDirections
April 8th – Mobile, AL @ The BoxApril 9th – Nashville, TN @ The Owl FarmApril 12th – New Philadelphia, OH @ Park Place Teen Center (MOTO only)


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