From Autumn To Ashes Announce Summer Reunion Tour


A few months ago I was watching Atreyu play shortly after midnight in a tiny venue at SXSW when PropertyOfZack writer Jesse Richman turned to me and commented that the best parts of heavy music from 2005 were alive once more. I excitedly agreed, as I too had just witnessed Atreyu perform at the top of their game, and now I’m excited again as one of the other recently reunited great heavy bands of the last two decades has announced plans for a nationwide summer tour.

Today, May 5, From Autumn To Ashes revealed plans to embark on a summer reunion tour starting June 18 in Boston, MA. The tour, which will feature support from Hawthorne Heights and Sleepwave, as well as Extinction A.D., will run for four weeks before wrapping up on the other side of the country with a final performance at The Roxy in Los Angeles (July 18). You can view the full list of tour dates at the end of this post.

From Autumn To Ashes initially formed in 2000 and released four full-length albums, three EPs (including a split with The Bled) and a live LP before calling it quits in 2008. Their sophomore record, The Fiction We Live, is considered by many on our staff to be a quintessential post-hardcore release. You can view a video for one of the album’s bigger singles below.

Tour dates:
6/18 – Brighton Music Hall (Allston, MA)
6/19 – Amnesia Rockfest (Montebello, QC) – No support
6/20 – Wax (Kitchener, ON)
6/21 – Opera House (Toronto, ON)
6/23 – Skully’s (Columbus, OH)
6/24 – Pike Room (Pontiac, MI)
6/26 – Bottom Lounge (Chicago, IL)
6/27 – Altar Bar (Pittsburgh, PA)
6/28 – Underground Arts (Philadelphia, PA) – No Hawthorne Heights

7/10 – Marquis Theater (Denver, CO)
7/11 – In The Venue (Salt Lake City, UT)
7/13 – Neumo’s (Seattle, WA)
7/15 – The Boardwalk (Orangevale, CA)
7/16 – Slim’s (San Francisco, CA)
7/17 – Glasshouse (Pomona, CA)
7/18 – Roxy (Los Angeles, CA)

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