RWAKE Announces Tour Dates

RWAKE has announced a string of Eastern U.S. tour dates for much of October. The band will team up with Philadelphia's TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION for this Metal Maniacs-sponsored fall run that kicks off October 4.

RWAKE is touring in support of its brand new album "Voices of Omens".

RWAKE recently unveiled the first video from "Voices of Omens" for the track "Leviticus". The video was shot and directed by Bossi Baker in Arkansas and can be seen below.

RWAKE tour dates:

Oct. 04 - Memphis, TN - The Buccaneer
Oct. 05 - Atlanta, GA - Lenny’s Bar
Oct. 06 - Savannah, GA - The Jinx
Oct. 07 - Raleigh, NC - Volume 11
Oct. 08 - Richmond, VA - Nara Sushi
Oct. 09 - Washington, DC - The Red and The Black
Oct. 10 - New York, NY - Knitting Factory
Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland
Oct. 12 - Columbus, OH - Ravari Room
Oct. 13 - Indianapolis, IN - Casa De Kotex
Oct. 14 - Chicago, IL - The Note

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