AS I LAY DYING: New Video Interview Available has uploaded a new video interview with AS I LAY DYING's Tim Lambesis and Jordan Mancino where they discuss their involvement on the Vans Warped Tour. Check it out at this location.

AS I LAY DYING, HORSE THE BAND, ATREYU, MUCC and STORY OF THE YEAR will team up for the European Rockstar Taste Of Chaos tour in October.

The dates are as follows (venue details to be confirmed):

Oct. 09 - Hamburg, Germany
Oct. 10 - Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct. 11 - Stockholm, Sweden
Oct. 12 - Helsinki, Finland
Oct. 15 - London, UK
Oct. 16 - Lincoln, UK
Oct. 17 - Norwich, UK
Oct. 19 - Cardiff, UK
Oct. 20 - Nottingham, UK
Oct. 21 - Birmingham, UK
Oct. 22 - Leeds, UK
Oct. 24 - Hull, UK
Oct. 25 - Edinburgh, UK
Oct. 26 - Dundee, UK
Oct. 27 - Glasgow, UK
Oct. 29 - Preston, UK
Oct. 30 - Manchester, UK
Oct. 31 - Oxford, UK

AS I LAY DYING received a Grammy nomination in the "Best Metal Performance" category for "Nothing Left", the first single from the band's newest release, "An Ocean Between Us".


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