The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.


Austin industrial punks Street Sects were supposed to play Brooklyn's Saint Vitus in February but they dropped off the show to tour with 3TEETH and Ho99o9. Now they're planning to return for a Saint Vitus show on July 23 with Elizabeth Colour Wheel and StatiqBloom. It's a one-off at the moment, and their only other show is Salt Lake City's Crucialfest in September with Neurosis, Chelsea Wolfe, Pig Destroyer, Russian Circles, and more.


Earleir this year, Italian post-industrial duo Father Murphy released Rising. A requiem for Father Murphy, which they say will be their final album, and now they've announced what they say will be their final US tour. "Ceremonies in form of a requiem will be held in the following places," the band wrote, before revealing the list of tour dates. They later added, "More ceremonies to be announced. Flowers are welcome." You can view all currently announced dates (including Ridgewood, NY's H0l0 on 9/24) here.


Folk rockers The Avett Brothers are on tour as we speak (they play the Portland area tonight, 7/6) and have dates through the fall, including shows as part of Gov't Mule's "Dark Side of the Mule" tour, and shows with The Head and the Heart. They've also just announced New Year's shows in Charlotte, NC on December 30 & 31. Head here for all dates and tickets.


Portland's The Woolen Men will return with new LP Post in September (check out a couple songs here) and have live shows this month in Eugene, OR on 7/26 and Chico, CA on 7/28.


Punk supergroup Beach Rats (members of Lifetime, Bad Religion, Dag Nasty, Bouncing Souls, and more) are making their live debut with shows in Asbury Park and Philly.


Indie/emo vets Mock Orange have been at it for over two decades and they're still active today -- 2016's Put The Kid On The Sleepy Horse (released on Topshelf) was very solid. This year, they're celebrating the 20th anniversary of one of their most beloved records, 1998's Nines and Sixes. They're playing it in full at Gainesville's The Fest, plus in St. Louis, Chicago, Knoxville, San Diego, LA, and more TBA. All currently announced dates here.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.

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