Fall Tour with The Birthday Massacre

We’re extremely excited to announce we will be hitting the road this November with The Birthday Massacre and William Control. This is going to be one hell of a tour. Dates below!

10/31 – Peabody’s Downunder
, Cleveland, OH.
11/01 – Bottom Lounge, Chicago, IL.
11/02 – Pike Room, Pontiac, MI.
11/03 – Miramar Theater, Milwaukee, WI.
11/06 – Station 4, St. Paul, MN.
11/07 – Park Theatre, Winnipeg, MB.
11/09 – The Pawn Shop, Edmonton, AB.
11/10 – Dickens Pub, Calgary, AB.
11/13 – Studio Seven, Seattle, WA.
11/14 – Hawthorne Theater, Portland. OR.
11/15 – Slim’s, San Francisco, CA.
11/16 – Glasshouse, Pomona, CA.
11/17 – Vinyl, Las Vegas, NV.
11/18 – Nile Theatre, Mesa, AZ.
11/19 – Tricky Falls, El Paso, TX.
11/20 – The Door, Dallas, TX.
11/21 – The Korova, San Antonio, TX.
11/23 – The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA.
11/24 – The State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL.
11/25 – The Social, Orlando, FL.
11/28 – Greene Street Music Hall, Greensboro, NC.
11/29 – Empire, West Springfield, VA.
11/30 – Upstairs @ The Palladium, Worcester, MA.
12/01 – Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY.
12/02 – Theatre Of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

Tickets can be found here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/The-Birthday-Massacre-tickets/artist/1005945

See you all soon!



Can’t wait for you guys to come to St Pete Florida @ the State Theatre along with TBM! I’ve had my tickets for months lol!!

Daniel F

I realize you may never see this, but I figured it’s worth a shot.

I’m a big Birthday Massacre fan, and saw that “Aesthetic Perfection” would be touring with them. I had no idea who you were and took a look on Youtube.

The first song I listened to was The Great Depression. It only took about 10 seconds to get hooked, and I felt like I was right back in 1998 listening to KMFDM for the first time (it’s hard to convey with text, but that was a life-changing moment for me).

Over the past couple weeks I’ve gotten back into industrial & electronic music. I feel like the last few years were just a musical black hole for me.

So, thanks! You’ve pulled me out of a bland and uninspiring void.

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