Your Memorial has posted a new song from their forthcoming album, Atonement.  The band has posted “Surface” on their Myspace and Facebook profiles, a song which features additional vocals from Karl Schubach of Misery Signals.

Your Memorial will be touring to support their Facedown debut Atonement which hits stores on November 23.  You can pre-order the album now.  http://facedown.merchnow.com/

Sinners & Saints Tour

Nov 1 – Ceres, California @ The Workshop
Nov 2 – Reno, Nevada @ Studio on 4th
Nov 3 – Vancouver, Washington @ The Thunderdome
Nov 4 – Spokane, Washington @ The Cretin Top
Nov 5 – Umatilla, Oregon @ The AAP House
Nov 6 – Boise, Idaho @ Grange Hall
Nov 7 – Provo, Utah @ Cybergate Cafe
Nov 8 – Greeley, CO @ Atlas Theater
Nov 9 – Wichita, Kansas @ The Eagles Lodge
Nov 10 – San Antonio, Texas @ The TenEleven
Nov 11 – McAllen, Texas @ Nikki Rowe VFW
Nov 12 – Dallas, Texas @ Fat Daddy’s
Nov 13 – Albuquerque, New Mexico @ The Fusion Factory
Nov 14 – Phoenix, Arizona @ Warehouse 201

Nov 19 – Springdale, AR @ The Hub

“The Moshpotatour” w/ A PLEA FOR PURGING (Facedown), WITHIN THE RUINS (Victory), and THE PLOT IN YOU (Rise)

Dec 1 – Lemoyne, PA @ Championship
Dec 2 – Clinton, NJ @ Aquifer Music Venue
Dec 3 – Linthicum, MD @ St Christophers
Dec 4 – Lynchburg, VA @ Crosspoint Venue
Dec 5 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
Dec 6 – Greenville, SC @ The Channel
Dec 7 – East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
Dec 10 – Nashville, TN @ Rocetown
Dec 11 – Montgomery, AL @ Lakewood Center
Dec 13 – Springfield, MO @ The Ugly Mug
Dec 14 – Tulsa, OK @ The Marquee
Dec 15 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory

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