(Birmingham, AL) – Metalcore band Erra have announced a new tour with My Children, My Bride and Death of an Era. My Children, My Bride will be headlining the 24 date tour that starts on 07/10/13 and ends on 08/04/13.

7/10 – Denver, CO @ Marquee Theatre (No DOAE)
7/12 – Oshkosh, WI @ Lifest (Just MCMB)
7/13 – Goshen, IN @ The Note
7/14 – St Louis, MO @ Fubar
7/15 – Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room
7/16 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache
7/17 – Toledo, OH @ Frankie’s
7/18 – Joliet, IL @ Mojoe’s (w/ These Hearts)
7/19 – Columbus, OH @ Kobo Live
7/20 – Nashville, TN @ Stand Together Fest (Just MCMB)
7/21 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Purgatory Room
7/22 – Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box
7/23 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theater
7/24 – Jacksonville, NC @ Hooligans
7/25 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
7/26 – Norfolk, VA @ Shaka’s
7/27 – Allentown, PA @ Great American Thrash
7/28 – Long Island, NY @ Revolution – (w/ Fit For A King)
7/30 – Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting Room
7/31 – Albany, NY @ Bogies
8/1 – Worcester, MA @ Palladium
8/2 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
8/3 – McDonald, PA @ Alliance Festival (Just MCMB)
8/4 – Arlington, VA @ Intensity Music Festival (Just MCMB)
Erra is a five piece progressive metalcore band hailing from Birmingham, Alabama that formed in 2009. Their latest offering Impulse was released on Tragic Hero Records and maintains their technical ability while presenting songs with the potential to embrace a broader audience. “Nothing is taken away or watered down, only improved upon,” says guitarist Jesse Cash. “A big message in the album is that experience and intuition is a greater tool for comprehending reality than rationalism or science. It centers around struggles that we (and most individuals) have faced throughout our lives and addresses many relatable subjects including the relationship between science and religion, death of loved ones, divorce, and renewal of one’s self.” Following the release, they toured with The Plot In You and performed at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, which featured Anthrax, Hatebreed, Dillinger Escape Plan, and Suicidal Tendencies, etc. Erra doesn’t let success go to their heads though; their true idea of success hinges on bringing a product that has replay value for years to come.

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