NewsMay 27, 2015 11:48 AM ET4,643 views

Neurosis announces North American tour

Official press release: Not since prior to the turn of the millennium has the mighty Neurosis embarked on a tour of this size, as this week the band confirms more than a dozen new tour dates between the end of July and the middle of August throughout the Midwestern, East Coast, and Southern US states and the lower Eastern portion of Canada. Besides the extensive nature of the tour, they will also be playing in cities and states which they have not visited since the '90s. For this widespread endeavor, Neurosis will bring an array of excellent acts to the stage with them, including support from labelmates Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth, featuring Tad Doyle, for the entire trek, as well as eight shows with nomadic doomsday cult, The Body, five dates with expansive rock duo, Sumac (members of Baptists, Old Man Gloom, ex-Isis, etc.), and one show each with Pinkish Black and labelmates Iron Tongue. This all comes in addition to Neurosis' previously announced inclusion in the massive, three-day Heavy Montréal Festival consuming August 7th-9th, where the band will perform the opening night with the likes of Mastodon, Meshuggah, Gorguts, Arch Enemy and many others. dates w/ BOTSC, The Body 7/31 Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall 8/1 Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City 8/2 Madison, WI @ The Majestic 8/3 Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall 8/4 Louisville, KY @ Expo Five 8/5 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews 8/6 Toronto, ON @ Opera House 8/7 Montréal, QC @ Heavy Montréal (Neurosis only) dates w/ BOTSC, Sumac 8/8 Boston, MA @ Paradise w/ The Body 8/9 Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw 8/11 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer 8/12 Richmond, VA @ Broadberry 8/14 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade 8/15 New Orleans, LA @ House Of Blues w/ BOTSC, Iron Tongue 8/16 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live w/ BOTSC, Pinkish Black



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