THE BANNER have announced they will hit the road in December with NODES OF RANVIER. After conquering the hardcore scene of their homestate of New Jersey, THE BANNER recently took to the road, supporting WALLS OF JERICHO on their national tour. The group also just released their first album for Ferret Records, entitled "Each Breath Haunted", which is packed with galloping crust punk moments, metallic guitar tones, occasional double-bass drumming and horror-core imagery.

As previously reported, THE BANNER vocalist Joey Southside recently announced that he is hard at work on his own comic book series. The project with the working title of "Life Is Hell" is the first signing to MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE guitarist Frank Iero's Skeleton Crew Publishing. The series will follow a band of anti-heroes including a werewolf and vampire who will be tackling threats even more horrorific than themselves. Combining splatter-punk elements, the book will focus a great deal on the hardcore punk lifestyle as a backdrop for the series.


Dec. 01 - Grand Rapids, MI - Ten Bells Nightclub
Dec. 02 - Shamokin, PA - The Capitol
Dec. 03 - Utica, NY - Utica Resonance Center
Dec. 04 - Portland, ME - The Station
Dec. 06 - Providence, RI - The Living Room
Dec. 07 - Philadelphia, PA - The Syndicate
Dec. 08 - Virginia Beach, VA - Sweet Caroline’s
Dec. 10 - Marietta, GA - Swayze’s
Dec. 11 - Orlando, FL - The Back Booth
Dec. 12 - Jacksonville, FL - Thee Imperial
Dec. 13 - Tampa, FL - The Orpheum
Dec. 14 - W. Palm Beach, FL - Ray’s Downtown
Dec. 15 - Tallahassee, FL - Big Daddy’s
Dec. 16 - Memphis, TN - The Complex
Dec. 17 - Lexington, KY - Club Revolutions


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