New Jersey deathcore titans Fit for an Autopsy have been on the road supporting their latest album, The Great Collapse, that was released last month. They've just announced a headlining trek with Tombs and Moon Tooth that's set to kick off June 16 in Baltimore, Md., with tickets going on sale Friday.

"We're happy to announce The Great Collapse North American tour," says vocalist Joe Badolato. "Tombs and Moon Tooth are sick live bands, and make for a fun mixed bill. A little different than our normal touring partners, but we're excited to play for some new fans. Lots of new songs on this one, and a few old ones we haven't pulled out in years."

In a recent interview, guitarist Will Putney talked about the album, saying, "I think this is my favorite record that we’ve done up to this point. I think on the last one we started to sort of expand what the band does and try to find a bit more of a sound that was more, kind of, our thing. That helped us be our own band."

Putney also says, "I feel like we were able to maintain this aggressive, heavy thing that we do, this death metal/deathcore-y kind of base for our sound, but then bring all this other stuff into it and make it a bit more interesting than just more of a straightforward thing like we used to do."

Fit For an Autopsy, Tombs + Moon Tooth Tour Dates

6/16 - Baltimore, Md. - Ottobar
6/17 - Reading, Pa. - Revert
6/18 - Richmond, Va. - Strange Matters
6/19 - Greensboro, N.C. - Blind Tiger
6/20 - Atlanta, Ga. - Drunken Unicorn
6/21 - Tampa, Fla. - Orpheum
6/23 - Austin, Texas - Grizzly
6/24 - Houston, Texas - Walters
6/25 - Dallas, Texas - Curtain Club
6/27 - Mesa, Ariz. - Nile Half Room
6/28 - West Hollywood, Calif. - Roxy
6/29 - San Francisco, Calif. - DNA Lounge
6/30 - Chico, Calif. - Lost on Main
7/1 - Portland, Ore. - Analog
7/2 - Seattle, Wash. - El Corazon
7/5 - Denver, Colo. - Marquis Theatre
7/6 - Omaha, Neb. - Waiting Room
7/7 - Chicago, Ill. - Reggies
7/8 - Cleveland, Ohio - Foundry
7/9 - Brooklyn, N.Y. - Knitting Factory

Fit For An Autopsy Tour
Fit For An Autopsy Tour

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