Saving Grace, Those Who Fear, and Ark of the Covenant to tour this spring

Those Who Fear will be touring with Saving Grace and Ark Of The Covenant on “The Hard And Relentless” Tour this Spring.  Make sure to check it out when it comes to a city near you!

Apr 12 – Chino, CA @ The Stronghold
Apr 13 – Chino, CA @ The Stronghold
Apr 18 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Underground
Apr 20 – Worcester, MA @ New England Metal & Hardcore Fest
Apr 21 – Lemoyne, PA @ The Championship
Apr 22 – Berkeley Heights, NJ @ Warren American Legion
Apr 23 – Annapolis, MD @ MACC
Apr 24 – Fredericksburg, VA @ GMT Studio
Apr 25 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant
Apr 26 – Savannah, GA @ Sweet Melissa’s
Apr 27 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre
Apr 28 – Douglasville, GA @ 7 Venue
Apr 29 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem
May 1 – Houston, TX @ Walters
May 2 – Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats
May 3 – Graham, TX @ Fireman’s Park
May 4 – Mcallen, TX @ Fallback Records
May 5 – El Paso, TX @ The War Room
May 6 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks
May 7 – Mesa, AZ @ The Underground

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