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BORN OF OSIRIS To Play The New Reign In Full On Its February Tour, Dates Announced

Support from Volumes, Oceans Ate Alaska, Within The Ruins, and Fire From The Gods.

Support from Volumes, Oceans Ate Alaska, Within The Ruins, and Fire From The Gods.

Born Of Osiris, Volumes, Oceans Ate Alaska, Within The Ruins, and Fire From The Gods will be touring the United States this February and March, which all by itself will probably draw a pretty decent crowd. In a possibly unsurprising move by Born Of Osiris, the band will be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of its The New Reign album by playing it in its entirety. Get the dates below!

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Oh, and it's also worth noting that about 5 months ago, drummer Cameron Losch posted to his Facebook page something about Born Of Osiris re-recording The New Reign. That post was shortly taken down, and nothing was ever said about it again. Maybe it's supposed to be a surprise? Or the project just fell through? Who knows. Here are the dates:

2/17 – Minneapolis, Mn @ Cabooze
2/18 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre
2/19 – Denver, Co @ Summit Music Hall
2/21 – Salt Lake City, Ut @ the Complex
2/23 – Seattle, Wa @ Studio Seven
2/24 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
2/25 – Sacramento, Ca @ Ace of Spades
2/26 – Pomona, Ca @ the Glass House
2/28 – West Hollywood, Ca @ 'the Roxy
3/01 – Mesa. Az @ Nile Theater
3/03 – Dallas, Tx @ Gmbg
3/04 – San Antonio, Tx @ Paper Tiger
3/05 – Houston, Tx@ Scout Bar
3/07 – Tampa, El @ the Orpheum
3/08 – Atlanta, Ga 0 the Masquerade
3/09 – Greensboro, Nc @ Blind Tiger
3/10 – Richmond, Va @ Canal Club
3/11 – Worcester, Ma @ the Palladium
3/12 – Philadelphia, Pa @ Union Transfer
3/14 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
3/15 – Baltimore, Md @ Sound Stage
3/16 – Pittsburg, Pa @ Mr. Smalls
3/17 – Detroit, Mi @ Magic Stick
3/18 – Cleveland, Oh O Agora Theatre
3/19 – Chicago, Il @ House of Blues


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