The bunch of “hardcore/metal-heads with a deep passion for Top 40 radio, 80’s metal, and all things guitar” otherwise known as SO MANY WAYS, will join fellow Chicagoan’s Kingmaker as main support on their upcoming tour along with Lakota De Kai. The tour begins May 13 in Lakewood, Ohio at The Foundry with stops scheduled for Denver, Detroit, Chicago and Houston and many more before wrapping up in Tulsa on May 25.
So Many Ways is touring in support of their six-track EP entitled SEER that was released on November 19, 2013 on Staple Records. Seer is available through the band’s webstore on CD, at shows and through all digital retailers.
Alternative Press magazine just selected So Many Ways to be part of their 2014 100 Bands You Need To Know class and praise the band for “upping the infectious chorus, ridiculous six-string shredding and humor ante in pop-punk.”
So Many Ways – Alex Palermo – bass, Colin Corley – vocals, Jason Milbank – guitar, Johnny Kalabokis – drums, and Murphy Welch – guitar – formed in Chicago in 2009 and the band has previously released three EPs. The group has toured nationally multiple times including recent dates with Palisades and City Lights among others.
So Many Ways on tour:
May 13 – Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
May 14 – Detroit, MI @ Paycheck’s
May 15 – Chicago, IL @ Penny Road Pub
May 16 – Des Moines, IA @ Underground Rock Shop
May 17 – Lawrence, KS @ The Jackpot
May 18 – Denver, CO @ The Rock House
May 19 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks
May 20 – El Paso, TX @ LowBrow Palace
May 21 – San Antonio, TX @ The Ten Eleven
May 22 – Houston, TX @ Walters
May 23 – Dallas, TX @ Sons of Herman Hall
May 24 – Tyler, TX @ Crossroads
May 25 – Tulsa, OK @ The Creative Room
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