Stoner metal legends Sleep, who released their great comeback album The Sciences last year and now have a 4-LP live album coming, have announced a lengthy US tour for this spring. It hits Vegas, Salt Lake City, Buffalo, Albany, Baltimore, Nashville, Athens, Tampa, Miami, and more. All dates will be opened by fellow stoner band Big Business (who have a new album coming in April and who are also touring with Clutch soon). It's also Sleep guitarist Matt Pike's first tour announcement since his band High On Fire had to cancel their second consecutive tour due to Matt having a medical emergency. (He was walking with a cane but seemed in good health during High On Fire's Grammy acceptance speech.)

Sleep also have a 4/20 show (obviously) before this tour. All dates are listed below. High On Fire are also playing Psycho Las Vegas.

Sleep -- 2019 US Tour Dates
04/20 Portland, ME - State Theater
04/21 Portland, ME - State Theater
05/27 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl*
05/28 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall*
05/29 Boulder, CO – Boulder Theatre*
05/31 Omaha, NE – Slowdown*
06/01 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue*
06/02 Maquoketa, IA – Codfish Hollow Barn*
06/03 Madison, WI – The Sylvee*
06/05 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection*
06/06 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom*
06/07 Albany, NY -Skyloft*
06/08 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage*
06/09 Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theatre*
06/11 Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre*
06/12 Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine*
06/13 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works*
06/14 Birmingham, AL – Saturn*
06/15 Athens, GA – 40 Watt*
06/17 Tampa, FL – The Ritz*
06/18 Miami, FL – The Ground*

* - w/ Big Business

Big Business -- 2019 Tour Dates
February 2 Montreal, QC Taverne Tour
February 14 El Paso, X Monarch
February 18 Birmingham, AL Firehouse
February 19 Columbia, SC The Senate ^
February 21 Nashville, TN Marathon Music Works ^
February 22 Fayetteville, AR George’s Majestic Lounge ^
February 23 Austin, TX Stubbs BBQ ^
February 24 Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre ^
February 26 Springfield, MO Gillioz Theater ^
February 27 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s ^
March 1 Billings, MT Pub Station ^
March 2 Missoula, MT Wilma Theater ^
March 3 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall ^
March 4 Edmonton, AB The Ranch ^
March 6 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theater ^
March 8 Wichita, KA The Cotillion Ballroom ^
March 9 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom ^
March 10 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theater ^
March 12 Milwaukee, WI Cactus Club
March 13 Chicago, IL Concord Music Hall ^
March 14 Green Bay, WI The Distillery ^
March 15 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room ^
March 16 Columbus, OH Ace of Cups
March 18 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom ^
March 19 New York, NY Irving Plaza ^
March 21 Cincinnati, OH Woodward Theater
March 22 Memphis, TN The Hi Tone
March 23 Dallas, TX Regal Room
April 11 Long Beach, CA Alex’s Bar
April 12 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
April 13 San Francisco, CA Rickshaw Stop
April 16 Portland, OR Mississippi Studios
April 17 Vancouver, BC Wise Hall
April 18 Bellingham, WA The Shakedown
April 19 Tacoma, WA Alma Mater
April 20 Seattle, WA Sunset Tavern
April 24 Denver, CO Hi Dive
April 26 Kansas City, MO Riot Room
April 27 Norman, OK Norman Music Festival
May 27 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl*
May 28 Salt Lake City, UT Metro Music Hall*
May 29 Boulder, CO Boulder Theatre*
May 31 Omaha, NE Slowdown*
June 01 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue*
June 02 Maquoketa, IA Codfish Hollow Barn*
June 03 Madison, WI The Sylvee*
June 05 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection*
June 06 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom*
June 07 Albany, NY -Skyloft*
June 08 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Soundstage*
June 09 Charlottesville, VA Jefferson Theatre*
June 11 Charlotte, NC Neighborhood Theatre*
June 12 Knoxville, TN The Mill & Mine*
June 13 Nashville, TN Marathon Music Works*
June 14 Birmingham, AL Saturn*
June 15 Athens, GA 40 Watt*
June 17 Tampa, FL The Ritz*
June 18 Miami, FL The Ground*

^ - w/ Clutch
* - w/ Sleep