Chicago death metallers Born of Osiris are preparing to decimate North America.
Born of Osiris will be touring in support of their newest album Tomorrow We Die Alive.
Check out tour dates, a statement from guitarist Lee McKinney and the video for “Machines” recorded live on the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival here.
Oct 11 Ram’s Head Live – Baltimore, MD
Oct 14 The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
Oct 15 State Theatre – St Petersburg, FL
Oct 16 Alabama Music Box – Mobile, AL
Oct 18 Tomcats – Fort Worth, TX
Oct 19 White Rabbit – San Antonio, TX
Oct 20 Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX
Oct 23 Martini Ranch – Phoenix, AZ
Oct 24 The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA
Oct 25 Soma – San Diego, CA
Oct 26 The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
Oct 27 DNA LOUNGE – San Francisco, CA
Oct 29 Studio Seven – Seattle, WA
Oct 30 Tom Lee Music Hall – Vancouver, Canada
Nov 01 Club Sound – Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 02 Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
Nov 04 Granada Theater – Lawrence, KS
Nov 07 Mojoe’s – Chicago, IL
Nov 08 Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN
Nov 11 Opera House – Toronto, Canada
Nov 12 Le Dagobert – Quebec City, Canada
Nov 16 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
Nov 20 The Gramercy Theater – New York, NY
Guitarist Lee McKinney had this to say about the tour and the new album:
“Wow, we recently wrapped up the RockStar Energy Mayhem Festival tour and this was one of the best summers of my life and easily my favorite tour we’ve ever done. Everything about the festival is so smooth and relaxed. We got to play to bigger crowds than ever, make new fans that wouldn’t normally get to see us and we were out there playing new music from our new record. The whole summer just had so much excitement to it. The new material was going over insanely well, most of the time even better than our old material.
The new disc, Tomorrow We Die Alive, to me is the record that we always should have put out. It has such a fresh and alive feeling to it. We had the live atmosphere in mind when we were writing it, too. I think for that reason this is gonna be the first record where people can come see us and hear a ton of new music. This record is just straight heavy beginning to end with some of my favorite melodic parts, and some of my favorite moods/atmospheres. I also really love what Ronnie and Joe are doing vocally with this one, it’s been another great way to pack in as much melody and feeling as possible. We’re getting ready for our CD release show at Reggie’s in Chicago and it’s impossible to decide which songs we are going to play off the new record because we want to play them all.
Please go pick-up Tomorrow We Die Alive as we have never been more proud of anything we’ve created. We can’t wait to hear what you all think of it and thanks for all of your continued support. See you all very soon.”