Los Angeles rockers VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! — whose sound has been described as an infusion of music genres, including screamo, dance, pop and hardcore — will support the MUDERDOLLS at The Glasshouse in Pomona, California on Tuesday, June 15 and the Key Club in West Hollywood, California on Thursday, June 17.

VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! recently entered the studio in the band's hometown with producer Fred Archambault (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, DEFTONES) to begin recording its full-length debut for a fall 2010 release via Century Media Records.

Commented vocalist Michael Vampire: "The band is excited to take two days off from the recording process to play with the MURDERDOLLS. We greatly respect and admire this band and it should be a great two shows.

"We have been hammering away in the studio on the new record and things are going amazing! Fred really gets our artistic vision.

"Right after the tracking is done in the studio, we will be leaving on a six-week tour throughout North America, which we are super-excited for. The tour is called 'The Sacred Ceremony Tour' with BLACK VEIL BRIDES, MODERN DAY ESCAPE and GET SCARED. It should be an amazing tour and we're excited to meet all of our fans.

"Everyone should definitely come out next week and watch us rock out with the MURDERDOLLS and also catch our show on the road all summer long."

On April 13, VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! issued a two-song EP, "Lost In The Shadows", which is available exclusively on the countertops at all 685 Hot Topic locations nationwide.

VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE!'s video for "Immortal Love" can be viewed below. The clip was shot by director Scott Hansen (A DAY TO REMEMBER, ALESANA, SKYLIT DRIVE, CARNIFEX).

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