40 BELOW SUMMER's new single, "Self Medicate", is available for listening at this location. The band's new album, "The Mourning After", is set for an October 28 release through Razor & Tie Records. A video for the single is currently in the works, with a late September completion date planned.
40 BELOW SUMMER are currently on the road with SPINESHANK and SKRAPE, with ILL NINO appearing on some dates. A full U.S. tour supporting MUSHROOMHEAD will kick off on October 10.
Upcoming 40 BELOW SUMMER tour dates:
Sep. 13 - Flint, MI - The Machine Shop
Sep. 14 - Chicago Heights, IL - Oasis One Sixty
Sep. 16 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Intersection
Sep. 17 - Sauget, IL - Pop's
Sep. 18 - Springfield, MO - The Outland Ballroom
Sep. 19 - Dallas, TX – Trees
Sep. 20 - Houston, TX - Engine Room
Sep. 21 - San Antonio, TX - The White Rabbit
Sep. 23 - Jacksonville, NC - Planet Rock
Sep. 24 - Norfolk, VA - The Norva
Sep. 25 - Old Bridge, NJ - Birch Hill Nite Club
Sep. 26 - Pittsburgh, PA - The Metropol
Sep. 27 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theatre
Oct. 04 - Salt Lake City, UT - Saltair Pavillion
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