Image descriptionWe Came As Romans have announced their upcoming U.S. headlining tour. Joining the Detroit-based band on the “Band of Brothers Tour” will be: In Fear and Faith, Confide, Upon A Burning Body, and Abandon All Ships.

To Plant A Seed
, We Came As Romans’ debut full-length album, has remained on the Billboard Heatseekers chart for 34 weeks straight since its release on November 3rd, 2009.  The band will remain on the road through the end of 2010.

We Came As Romans are currently on the first annual Scream It Like You Mean It Tour alongside Silverstein, Emery, Dance Gavin Dance, I Set My Friends On Fire, Sky Eats Airplane, Ivoryline, and Close To Home.  Scream It Like You Mean It will run through August 8th, with the headliner starting on August 27th.  The band will then head overseas with Parkway Drive, on a full European tour.

The first half of the Band of Brothers Tour dates can be seen below.  Additional dates will be announced soon.

8/27  Mt. Clemens, MI @ The Hayloft

8/28  Grand Rapids, MI @ The Mixtape

8/29  Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre

8/30  Evansville, IN @ Boney Junes

8/31  Louisville, KY @ Skull Alley

9/01  Kettering, OH @ The Attic

9/02  Toledo, OH @ Headliners

9/03  Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s

9/04  Vineland, NJ @ Hangar 84

9/05  Newport News, VA @ Anti-Gravity Skate Park

9/06  Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery

9/08  Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern

9/09  Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits

9/10  West Palm Beach, FL @ Ground Control

9/11  Tallahassee, FL @ Big Daddy’s

9/12  Metairie, LA @ The High Ground

9/13  Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock

9/14  McAllen, TX @ Las Palmas Event Center

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