DIECAST: Tour Dates With NONPOINT Announced

Boston metalcore band DIECAST has lined up the following dates with NONPOINT:

Sep. 26 - Tallahassee, FL - Floyd's Music Store
Sep. 27 - Panama City, FL - Spinnakers
Sep. 28 - Ft. Meyers, FL - Ricochet Night Club
Sep. 29 - Jacksonville, FL - French Quarter

DIECAST recently completed a video for the new track "Fade Away" with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GOD FORBID, GWAR, THE RED CHORD). Look for the clip to impact Fuse, MTV2 and various online locations later this month. Click here to check out photos from the shoot.

"Fade Away" comes off DIECAST's new effort, "Internal Revolution", which came out on Tuesday (Sept. 19) via Century Media Records.

DIECAST spent the better part of this past year fine-tuning their new material before teaming up with longtime producer Paul Trust to track the new effort.


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