Killswitch Engage Announce Alive or Just Breathing 10th Anniversary Tour

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of Alive or Just Breathing, Killswitch Engage will tour this fall. The band intends to play that album in its entirety, as well as some newer material.

Alive or Just Breathing is considered by many to be one of the albums that created and defined the genre of New Wave of American Heavy Metal. Therefore it’s pretty fitting that fellow NWOAHM pioneers Shadows Fall will be the main support for the tour as they are usually associated with that genre as well.

For Killswitch Engage, it’s the right time to go back to 2002 as original vocalist Jesse Leach has been back with the band as of earlier this year. Leach left the band just after Alive or Just Breathing was released.

Advance tickets for this tour will be $20.02, furthering the anniversary. Tour dates are posted below.

 

November 25      San Francisco, CA – Slim’s

November 27      Seattle, WA – Studio Seven

November 28     Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater

November 30     Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre

December 1       Kansas City, MO – The Beaumont Club

December 2        Dallas, TX – Trees

December 4        St. Petersburg, FL – The State Theatre

December 5        Pensacola, FL  – Vinyl Music Hall

December 7        Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel

December 8        Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

December 10      Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge

December 11      Columbus, OH – Al Rosa Villa

December 12      Toronto, ON – Opera House

December 14       Buffalo, NY – The Town Ballroom

December 15      Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club

December 16      Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

December 18      So. Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

December 19     Northampton, MA – Pearl Street

December 20      Portland, ME – State Theatre

 

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