"Dreamer", the new album from the Indiana-based Christian metalcore band HASTE THE DAY, sold 7,700 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 68 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was produced by Andreas Magnusson, who has previously worked with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and OH SLEEPER.
HASTE THE DAY will embark on The Twelve Days of Christmas Tour in December. The trek will run from December 9 to December 20, with support from SKY EATS AIRPLANE, EMAROSA and INHALE/EXHALE, covering the Midwest and Southeast.
The dates are as follows:
Dec. 09 - Joplin, MO - The Foundry Music Theatre
Dec. 10 - Little Rock, AR - Vinos
Dec. 11 - Metairie, LA - The High Ground
Dec. 12 - Pensacola, FL - The Red Door
Dec. 13 - Tampa, FL - The Orpheum
Dec. 14 - Orlando, FL - The Social
Dec. 15 - Jacksonville, FL - Jack Rabbits
Dec. 16 - Augusta, GA - Club Hollywood
Dec. 17 - Raleigh, NC - The Brewery
Dec. 18 - Richmond, VA - Canal Club Downstairs Lounge
Dec. 19 - Dayton, OH - The Attic Club
Dec. 20 - Indianapolis, IN - The Music Mill
HASTE THE DAY is currently on tour with NORMA JEAN before heading to Australia with HALIFAX and SCARY KIDS SCARING KIDS in November.
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