This Spring, Texas In July will head out on a US headline tour, with support from Structures, Erra (4/22-4/27), Myka, Relocate (4/29-5/10), and Elitist. The tour will follow their recently announced Canadian tour, supporting Unearth and Winds of Plague, and their performances at the 2014 New England Metal and Hardcore Fest and Eat Your Heart Out Fest.
Vocalist JT Cavey, who performed with Texas In July on their recent run with The Devil Wears Prada and on the Vans Warped Tour this past summer, was just recently announced as an official member of Texas In July. The band’s announcement and introduction to Cavey can be found on The Official Texas In July Youtube Channel.
In addition to the announcement video, Texas In July has launched a series of in-studio videos, filmed as the band recorded their fourth full-length album with producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland in Lancaster, PA. The first two videos, including a new one that is premiering today, can be seen HERE.
Texas In July’s new album will be out later this year on Equal Vision Records.
“Going into this next run with JT being officially announced is extremely exciting. It’s something that has been long awaited on our end, as well as our fans. We now have the opportunity to really share the new and improved TIJ, and what a better way than touring all throughout Canada and the US,” shares bassist Texas In July Ben Witkowski. “We’re really looking forward to meeting and talking with fans along the road about our recent changes! April can’t come any sooner!”
Cavey adds, “It is impossible to express my excitement to begin this tour through words, so I will channel my passion, as I have before, through my performances. I know we, as a band, have been longing to show old and new fans what the new Texas In July line-up is all about. We want to leave every pair of eyes and ears with a whole new intensity and fulfillment that you have never experienced from us before.”
Tickets for the Canadian tour are on sale now, while tickets for Texas In July’s headline tour will go on sale this Friday and will include a VIP option, where fans will have a chance to personally meet the band and really get to know Cavey for the first time. All upcoming tour dates can be found below.
Unearth w/Winds of Plague and Texas In July
Apr 12 Sherbrooke, QC @ Le Woodstock
Apr 13 Jonquiere, QC @ Place Nikitoutagan
Apr 14 Quebec City, QC @ Salle Multi Du Complexe
Apr 15 Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
Apr 16 Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Texas In July – various festivals
Apr 19 Worcester, MA @ New England Metal and Hardcore Fest
Apr 20 Poughkeepsie, NY @ Eat Your Heart Out Fest
Texas In July w/Structures, Erra (4/22-4/27), Myka, Relocate (4/29-5/10), and Elitist
Apr 22 Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar
Apr 23 Wilmington, NC @ Orton’s
Apr 24 Charlotte, NC @ The Casbah
Apr 25 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Apr 26 Jacksonville, FL @ Atticus Bar
Apr 27 Orlando, FL @ Backbooth
Apr 29 Houston, TX @ Walter’s
Apr 30 San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
May 01 Dallas, TX @ The Door
May 02 Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory
May 03 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown+
May 04 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
May 06 Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre
May 07 Pontiac, MI @ The Pike Room
May 08 Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
May 09 Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
May 10 Lemoyne, PA @ The Championship
+ Texas In July w/Myka, Relocate, and Elitist only
Texas In July – various festivals
Jun 21 Reedsville, PA @ Statik Fest 2014
Jul 26 Luxembourg Bissen, BE @ Food For Your Senses Fest
Aug 01 Viveiro, Spain @ Resurrection Festival
Aug 08 Jaroměř, CZ @ Brutal Assault Fest
Aug 22 Dessau, DE @ Destruction Derby*
Aug 23 Dessau, DE @ Destruction Derby*
*performance date TBA
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