As Wolves at the Gate prepares to drop V x V on the world on June 10 (Solid State), they’re prepping a tour around the release with Phinehas, Artifex Pereo and The Orphan, The Poet. Dates:

  • June 6 – Barrington, IL at Penny Road Pub
  • June 7 – Columbus, OH at Park Street Saloon*
  • June 9 – Buffalo, NY at Broadway Joe’s
  • June 10 – Stanhope, NJ at Stanhope House
  • June 12 – Springfield, VA at Empire
  • June 13 – Nashville, TN at Rocketown
  • June 14 – Marrieta, GA at Swayze’s – with War of Ages

* CD release show with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

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