2013's Absolute 100 inductee Infinity Crush has announced their first ever full band tour for the summer. Accompanied by Fun Home and Wish List, they'll be performing along the east coast. Check out the dates in the replies. Also, Infinity Crush's label Orchid Tapes has their entire back catalog for pay what you want on bandcamp, and basically everything they release is phenomenal.
Valencia has been forced to remove themselves from the remaining dates on the School's for Fools tour, on which the group were joined by Just Surrender, We the Kings, and Metro Station; Just Surrender will be headlining the rest of the dates. While the remainder of the tour is slated to continue, the group have cited a case of strep throat surrounding vocalist Shane Henderson as reason for the cancellations.
Say Anything have been mysteriously removed from the Rockstar Energy Drink-sponsored Get a Life Tour, on which the band were previously scheduled to perform alongside The Used, Army of Me, and Street Drum Corps. No explanatory statement has been issued to date.
Bayside have been pegged to headline the Victory Records tour which is scheduled to take place this fall, which will also feature support outfits The Audition, The Sleeping, A Day to Remember, and Driver Side Impact.
London, England's Fightstar have been pegged as support for Madina Lake on their forthcoming headlining tour of the United States, on which the Trustkill Records outfit will join additional support acts Emanuel and Firescape. Fightstar will be touring in support of their debut, full-length release, Grand Unification, which is slated for an American release this May via the label.
Liam and Me has been pegged to support Young Love, Under the Influence of Giants, and PlayRadioPlay! on their forthcoming tour. To view the tour's complete schedule, please visit the band's myspace profile. Liam and Me are currently in the midst of recording their debut full-length with producers Jeff Turzo and Matt Mahaffey, which is expected to hit shelves this summer via Thrive Records.