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Like Moths To Flames Announce Canadian Dates With Ice Nine Kills

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Like Moths To Flames
Artist: Like Moths To Flames
By: Johan Wippsson
Date: 2012-05-07
Like Moths To Flames Announce Canadian Dates With Ice Nine Kills

Rise Records’ Like Moths To Flames are following up their stint as main support on the Texas in July Tour with a string of Canadian dates with Nice Nine Kills. The Columbus, OH rockers will also be part of this summer’s Scream It Like You Mean It Tour and will make an appearance at Bamboozle later this month.

Like Moths To Flames released the following the statement to their Canadian fans: “We're extremely excited to head into Canada for the first time and play for our fans up there.  We've had such a great time playing songs from 'When We Don't Exist' on our recent tours and cannot wait to do so north of the border!"

Like Moths To Flames’ “When We Don’t Exist” is out now on Rise Records.



Tour Dates:

5/18 Silver Spring, MD  Saints & Sinners w/ Woe, Is Me, Emmure

5/19  Erie, PA Edinboro Campus Event Center             

5/20 The Bamboozle Festival        Asbury Park, NJ 

5/21  Pawtucket, RI  The Met Café w/ We Came as Romans

6/3 Lansing, MI – Mac's Bar

6/4 Kitchener, ON - Lucky Bar

6/5 Ottawa, ON - Maverick's

6/6 Montreal, QC - Underworld

6/7 St. Catherines, ON - Coco Cabana Nightclub

6/8 Woodstock, ON - Academy of Music

6/9 Toronto, ON - Sneaky Dee's
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