Alternative Press is the Bible for the youth culture that follows the Warped Tour scene dominated by bands like My Chemical Romance and Fall Out Boy, but don't forget that the publication does cover our beloved metal, too. The mag is sponsoring their second annual fall tour, which boasts Bring Me the Horizon and August Burns Red as the co-headliners. The lineup was actually picked by the magazine's staffers, so we're glad they have good metallic taste. The tour is poised to break the previous edition's attendance and is booked in larger venues.

The AP tour roster is rounded out by Emarosa, Polar Bear Club and This Is Hell, so it will certainly feel like thunder is roaring from the stage when this tour hits your unsuspecting city.

"We're excited to present an entirely new side of the AP tour," AP marketing director Dawn Marshman said in an official statement on the matter. "It's great that we've found a platform to showcase heavier genres we cover consistently in the magazine that might get overlooked otherwise. This tour is going to be amazing!"

Purchasing a ticket doesn't merely allow you entry into the venue to see the show. Your ticket is like a key unlocking lots of prizes. In this economy, the price of admission is rarely gets you more than the admission itself, but with this event, AP is changing the rules. Each ticket purchased includes a one-year subscription to AP for the purchaser or a friend.

Additionally, each band will design their own T-shirt through Indie Merch to be sold during the tour, which translates to limited-edition and rare gear. Free posters of all five bands will be available in limited quantities at each stop as well, and attendees can have them signed at AP's nightly, free meet and greets. Get there early to get your poster, as they're probably not going to last.

Rounding out the haul is an exclusive offer for pre-sale purchasers only: Fans will receive both newsstand covers of the AP tour fall issue along with the subscriber-only version for an additional $9.99 along with the purchase of a pre-sale tickets.

Associated Press Tour dates

10/13 -- Detroit, MI -- Crofoot Ballroom

10/14 -- Cincinnati, OH -- Bogart's

10/15 -- Sauget, IL -- Pops

10/16 -- Milwaukee, WI -- The Rave

10/17 -- Chicago, IL -- House of Blues

10/19 -- Minneapolis, MN -- Cabooze

10/20 -- Kansas City, MO -- The Beaumont Club

10/21 -- Denver, CO -- The Summit Music Hall

10/22 -- Salt Lake City, UT -- In The Venue

10/24 -- Seattle, WA -- The Showbox

10/25 -- Portland, OR -- Wonder Ballroom

10/27 -- San Francisco, CA -- Grand Ballroom

10/28 -- Pomona, CA -- Fox Theatre

10/29 -- Los Angeles, CA -- Club Nokia

10/30 -- San Diego, CA -- Soma

10/31 -- Las Vegas, NV -- House of Blues

11/02 -- Tucson, AZ -- Rialto Theatre

11/04 -- Austin, TX -- Emo's

11/05 -- San Antonio, TX -- White Rabbit

11/06 -- Dallas, TX -- House of Blues

11/07 -- Houston, TX -- Warehouse Live

11/09 -- Orlando, FL -- Hard Rock Live

11/10 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL -- Revolution

11/11 -- Tampa, FL -- The Ritz

11/12 -- Atlanta, GA -- The Masquerade

11/13 -- Nashville, TN -- Rocketown

11/14 -- Charlotte, NC -- Amos' Southend Music Hall

11/16 -- Norfolk, VA -- The Norva

11/17 -- Baltimore, MD -- Sonar

11/18 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Electric Factory

11/19 -- Boston, MA -- House of Blues

11/20 -- Williamsville, NY -- Club Infinity

11/21 -- Toronto, ON -- Kool Haus

11/22 -- Montreal, QC -- Metropolis

11/24 -- New York, NY -- Nokia Theatre

11/25 -- New Haven, CT -- Toad's Place

11/26 -- Sayreville, NJ -- Starland Ballroom

11/27 -- Allentown, PA -- Crocodile Rock Café

11/28 -- Cleveland, OH -- House of Blues