Melodic metalcore outfit The Death in Me has announced a headlining tour with support from Meadows and Big Steve. The Raleigh, NC-based band recently premiered their new single, “Dragging Chains,” with HM. Catch the dates here:

June 18 – Orangeburg, SC @ Cornerstone Church
June 19 – Wilmington, NC @ Cardinals
June 20 – Littleton, NC @ Wilden Haus
June 21 – Lynchburg, VA @ Firehouse
June 22 – Waldorf, MD @ Memories Bar
June 23 – Mays Landing, NJ @ House Show
June 24 – Mt. Union, PA @ Creation Festival*
June 26 – Doylestown, PA @ American Legion
June 27 – Greencastle, PA @ Breathing Room
June 28 – Buffalo, NY @ Mowhawk Place
June 30 – Mansfield, OH @ Planet Rock
July 1 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Upper Room
July 3 – Joliet, IL @ The Deck
July 4 – Urbana, IL @ Audiofeed Festival
July 5 – Corning, AR @ House Show
July 6 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
July 7 – Pinson, AL @ Restoration Venue
July 10 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hoosier Dome
July 11 – Lexington, KY @ Ichthus Festival*
July 12 – Herrin, IL @ Hitts
July 14 – Hutchinson, KS @ Homebuild Shelter
July 16 – Des Moines, IA @ Underground Rock Shop
July 17 – Madison, WI @ Activate Youth Center
July 18 – Somerset, WI @ Sonshine Festival*
July 19 – Grand Rapids, MN @ Pierced Festival
July 20 – Mounds View, MN @ North Star Room
July 23 – Hobart, OK @ Bearcat Alley
July 24 – San Angelo, TX @ Yayas
July 25 – Austin, TX @ RED7
July 26 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Industrial Skatepark
July 27 – San Antonio, TX @ Nesta
July 28 – Houston, TX @ Harrisburg Studio
July 29 – Shreveport, LA @ Hotshots
July 30 – Baton Rouge, LA
Meadows (7/7-7/30)
Big Steve (6/18-7/18)
*TDIM Only

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