Dark Sermon Announces U.S. Headline Tour

Tampa, FloridaDark Sermon has announced the dates of their upcoming U.S. headline tour featuring special guest Exalt. Dark Sermon will be touring in support of their latest record “The Oracle” (eOne Music) which is available now on iTunes. The band is currently on tour with Thy Art Is Murder, Rings Of Saturn, & Fit For An Autopsy (The Coffin Dragger Tour) with the headlne tour kicking off on July 5th in Atlanta, Georgia working it’s way throughout the U.S. wrapping up on July 30th in Orlando, Florida.

Tour Dates:

07/05 @ The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
07/06 @ Drunk Horse – Fayetteville, NC
07/07 @ The Camel – Richmond, VA
07/08 @ The Studio New York, NY
07/09 @ Voltage Lounge – Philadelphia, PA
07/10 @ Smiling Moose – Pittsburgh, PA
07/11 @ Northside Yacht Club – Cincinnati, OH
07/12 @ Summit – Columbus, OH
07/13 @ Underground Lounge – Chicago, IL
07/14 @ Lookout Lounge – Omaha, NE
07/16 @ Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO
07/17 @ Loading Dock – Salt Lake City, UT
07/18 @ PB&J’s – Reno, NV
07/19 @ Blue Lagoon – Santa Cruz, CA
07/20 @ Slidebar – Fullerton, CA
07/21 @ Pub Rock – Phoenix, AZ
07/23 @ Gary’s Place – Tucson, AZ
07/24 @ Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
07/25 @ Tomcats – Ft Worth, TX
07/26 @ Dirty Dog – Austin, TX
07/27 @ Korova – San Antonio, TX
07/29 @ Syndicate Lounge – Birmingham, AL
07/30 @ The Haven – Orlando, FL

Watch Dark Sermons “Rat King” Video Below:

It has been ages since we’ve headlined a full US tour, so it’s about time we made it happen again. We are excited to play a few new places in between hitting some familiar cities we know and love. Having Exalt along for the ride should make it a little more interesting for the audience as well.Johnny Crowder (Dark Sermon)

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About Dark Sermon: 

Johnny Crowder – Vocals; Austin Good – Guitar; Neal Minor – Guitar Paul Stellmach – Bass; Jordan Jensen – Drums

Dark Sermon, who came together in 2009, masterfully craft blackened but not bleak metal, with minimal production and lots of artisanal grit on their new album The Oracle. They are also a band that you absolutely have to see live, in the here and the now, not on a computer monitor or via a pair of speakers.

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