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


With new album Pinned out now, A Place to Bury Strangers begin their North American tour on Thursday (5/24) in Washington DC, and they'll be on the road, at various point, with Prettiest Eyes, Sextile, and more. There's currently no NYC show (they played Elsewhere in April), but all dates and ticket links are here. Meanwhile, APTBS have shared the collage-art animated video for "Too Tough to Kill" which director Colin Marchon says, "is a kind of America-sploitation video in response to the frustratingly stagnant state of the country." Check that out here:


Fresh off playing his first home state Misfits show with Danzig and Jerry Only since 1983, Doyle has expanded his solo tour. In addition to his show at Queens' Blackthorn 51 on 11/21, he's got a NYC show at Gramercy Theatre on 10/14. All dates and tickets HERE.


Schoolboy Q is currently on the TDE full-roster tour, and he added a House of Vans Chicago show happening after that, which you have a chance to be the opener for.


Cut Worms are currently on tour with King Tuff but have added even more tour dates to their schedule, including a run with Jenny Lewis, and some headline dates as well, plus a Brooklyn show opening for Kevin Morby. If you dig Everly Brothers style pop, check out Cut Worms' debut album which is out now via Jagjaguwar. All tour dates are here.


Drinks, the duo of Cate Le Bon and Tim Presley (White Fence), released the willfully, wonderfully weird Hippo Lite this year and have now announced a few live dates in support, including shows in NYC, L.A. and San Francisco.


The Gaslight Anthem are about to begin their first tour since going on hiatus, which will see them playing fan fave The '59 Sound in full for its tenth anniversary, and they just expanded the tour, adding an intimate NYC show.


Long-running garage rockers Detroit Cobras haven't released a new album in a while, but they stay busy on the road, which is really the best place to experience them anyway. They've got some shows coming up this year, including NYC's Mercury Lounge on 10/12. All dates HERE.


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

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