Oakland, California's melodic hard-/deathcore metal band ALL SHALL PERISH are preparing to hit the road once again in support of their sophomore release, "The Price Of Existence". Support at the dates will come from ARSIS and THE FACELESS.

Commented ALL SHALL PERISH bassist Michael Tiner: "The last tour was brutal and amazing at the same time. We played to a lot of insane crowds and sold lots of merchandise, not to mention visiting a lot of new cities we've never played in. We can't wait to get out on the road again. Our video for the song 'Eradication' already debuted on 'Headbanger's Ball'. It's a cool time."

Engineered by Zack Ohren (LIGHT THIS CITY, EMBRACE THE END) at Castle Ultimate Studios, "The Price of Existence" is close to reaching the 10,000 sales mark since the album's August 8 release date.

ALL SHALL PERISH knows what it's like to sacrifice their lives for success. Hitting the road around holiday time will mean drummer Matt Kuykendall will miss the latter half of the semester at San Francisco State University, where he's majoring in Radio & Television Broadcasting. Rhythm guitarist Ben Orum will spend precious time away from his vintage "Star Wars" action figure collection (rumor has it that he actually converses with them in character!), but even worse, he'll miss out on his yearly ritual of volunteering to serve Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless.


Oct. 27 - Under The Couch - Atlanta, GA
Oct. 28 - Thee Imperial - Jacksonville, FL
Oct. 29 - Backbooth - Orlando, FL
Oct. 30 - 688 Skatepark - Clearwater, FL
Oct. 31 - New Brookland Tavern - West Columbia, SC
Nov. 03 - Centereach VFW Hall - Centereach, NY
Nov. 04 - The Boiler Room - Philadelphia, PA
Nov. 05 - Cabot St Pub - Chicopee, MA
Nov. 07 - The Ottobar - Baltimore, MD
Nov. 09 - The Modern Exchange - Southgate, MI
Nov. 10 - Lake Station Eagles Club - Lake Station, IN
Nov. 16 - Club Boom VA - Ogden, UT
Nov. 17 - The Venue - Boise, ID
Nov. 18 - Studio Seven - Seattle, WA
Nov. 20 - The Boardwalk - Orangevale, CA
Nov. 26 - The Whisky - Hollywood, CA


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