War of Ages have had an incredible year of touring. Early on in 2014, they did a headlining run with Mouth of the South and ended the summer touring Europe with Unearth and Shadows Fall. To close 2014, they just announced a tour with Battlecross and Wretched. If you prefer face-melting guitar solos over breakdowns, check out this killer tour. Tickets on sale this Friday.

Nov 26 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache at The Intersection

Nov 28 – Erie, PA @ BT Theater

Nov 30 – St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird

Dec 2 – Tulsa, OK @ The Vanguard

Dec 3 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Studio

Dec 4 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Bar N Grill

Dec 5 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar

Dec 6 – Lubbock, TX @ Backstage

Dec 7 – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad

Dec 8 – Mesa, AZ @ Club Red

Dec 9 – West Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go-Go

Dec 10 – San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge

Dec 11 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

Dec 12 – Las Vegas, NV @ Adrenaline Sports Lounge

Dec 13 – Sparks, NV @ The Alley

Dec 15 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater

Dec 16 – Merriam, KS @ Aftershcok

Dec 17 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Nether Bar

Dec 18 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews

Dec 19 – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen

Dec 20 – Westland, MI @ The Token Lounge

Dec 26 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House

Dec 27 – Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz

Dec 28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts

Dec 29 – Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus

Dec 30 – Worcester, MA @ Upstairs at The Palladium

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