CODESEVEN To Tour With A STATIC LULLABY, HOPESFALL

North Carolina's CODESEVEN will be embarking on a nationwide this fall alongside A STATIC LULLABY and HOPESFALL. The group will be supporting their latest album, "Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds", which was produced by Michael Birnbaum (COHEED & CAMBRIA, STRAYLIGHT RUN). A video for "All The Best Dreams" was directed by Dale Resteghini (FEAR FACTORY, GOD FORBID, CANDIRIA).

CODESEVEN's ranks include guitarist Eric Weyer, vocalist Jeff Jenkins, and the Tuttle brothers, including identical twins James and Jon Tuttle (bass/programming) and younger brother Matt on drums. The band started almost a decade ago when Matt was only thirteen. Back then, the group couldn't foresee anything but creating complex prog-metal and angry hardcore. After recording 1999's "Division of Labor" album the band had filtered through its heavy phase. Jon explains, "We had a lot of fun touring with heavier material, but we also realized that these are songs we probably wouldn't be into playing in ten years. When we began writing together again, we laid down several rules: no screaming, no metal, try to create interesting sounds, tones and spacier parts."

Upcoming CODESEVEN tour dates:

Nov. 11-Nov. 20: w/ HOPESFALL, A STATIC LULLABY, ROCK KILLS KID
Nov. 22-Nov. 28: w/ A STATIC LULLABY, HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS, FIRESCAPE, THE BREAK

Nov. 11 - Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Nov. 12 - Dallas, TX @ The Door
Nov. 14 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ The Culture Room
Nov. 15 - Orlando, FL @ The Social
Nov. 16 - St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theater
Nov. 17 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbit’s
Nov. 18 - Atlanta, GA @ Cotton Club
Nov. 20 - Baltimore, MD @ The Otto Bar
Nov. 21 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theater Of The Living Arts
Nov. 22 - Boston, MA @ Axis
Nov. 23 - New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
Nov. 24 - Providence, RI @ Living Room
Nov. 26 - Elizabeth, NJ @ Rex Plex Center
Nov. 27 - Farmingdale, NY @ Downtown
Nov. 28 - Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop

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