Remember that fall tour that Asking Alexandria were planning with All That Remains and Sevendust? It's moved from planning to reality. The bands will hit the road with For Today and Emmure, making for quite an eclectic bill.

We're not gonna lie. Sevendust seem like the odd inclusion, since they are the most radio-friendly rock band on a bill populated by screamy, moshy metal acts. That just means fans are in for a varied night of hard rock, since there is something for everyone.

The routing is below, although not all bands are scheduled for each stop. Check your local venue for details of who's playing where.

When the tour was announced, guitarist Ben Bruce said, "We will be playing songs spanning our entire catalog, and of course a s—-ton of new songs from our new album ‘From Death to Destiny.’ We have never been more excited to headline a tour. It’s an honor to be touring with such great bands and we know you are going to love all of them. We have the perfect line-up for you to mosh to, sing along to, bounce to and bang your f—ing head to. We’re back and we’re better than ever."

Asking Alexandria Fall 2013 Tour Dates:

10/25 -- Dallas, Texas -- KEGL Freakers Ball
10/26 -- Lubbock, Texas -- KFMX Freak Fest
10/27 -- San Antonio, Texas -- Backstage Live
10/29 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- War Memorial Auditorium
10/30 -- Knoxville, Tenn. -- Club NV
10/31 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- The Masquerade
11/1 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Amos Southend
11/2 -- Lancaster, Pa. -- Freedom Hall Convention Center
11/3 -- Poughkeepsie, N.Y. -- Mid Hudson Civic Center
11/5 -- Buffalo, N.Y. -- Rapids Theatre
11/6 -- Washington, D.C. -- 930 Club
11/8 -- Flint, Mich. -- Machine Shop
11/9 -- Milwaukee, Wis. -- Eagles Ballroom
11/10 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- Wolstein Center
11/13 -- Grand Rapids, Mich. --The Orbit Room
11/14 -- St. Louis, Mo. -- The Pageant
11/15 -- Memphis, Tenn. -- Minglewood Hall
11/17 -- Tulsa, Okla. -- Brady Theater
11/19 -- Grand Junction, Colo. -- Mesa Theater
11/22 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Soma

Watch the Asking Alexandria Tour Promo

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