Front Line Assembly are gearing up for a US tour, the band's first since 2007. The tour is in support of their latest full-length release, 'Improvised. Electronic. Device.' Die Krupps and Cyanotic are set to open each show.

The new album's first single, 'Shifting Through the Lens,' is the most danceable track FLA has created in the last decade. Al Jourgensen (Ministry, Revolting Cocks) guests on the sonic industrial onslaught of 'Stupidity,' which Bill [Leeb, keyboards/vocals] says was "inspired by the Ministry album 'The Last Sucker.' Jeremy [Inkel, keyboards] was on tour with his other band, Left Spine Down, ... and he got to know Al really well. We're really excited to have him on it!"

Front Line Assembly formed in 1986 when Leeb left Skinny Puppy and issued the first FLA album, 'Initial Command.' Since then, the Canadian electro-industrial band has released 16 full-length releases.

Tour dates:

May 15 Winnipeg, MB - Pyramid Cabaret

May 17 Ottawa, ON - Zaphod Beeblebrox

May 19 Montreal, QC - Kinetik Festival

May 20 Springfield, VA - JAXX

May 21 NYC, NY - Highline Ballroom

May 22 Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom

May 23 Toronto, ON - Mod Club

May 25 Pittsburgh, PA - Diesel

May 26 Cleveland, OH - Peabody's

May 27 Chicago, IL - The Abbey

May 28 Milwaukee, WI - Miramar Theater

May 29 Minneapolis, MN - Ground Zero

May 30 Detroit, MI - Shelter

June 01 New Orleans, LA - Howlin' Wolf

June 02 Dallas, TX - Trees

June 03 Austin, TX - Elysium

June 04 Houston, TX - Numbers

June 06 Denver, CO - Summit Music Hall

June 07 Mesa, AZ - Nile Theater

June 08 San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick

June 09 Santa Ana, CA - Galaxy Theatre

June 10 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theater

June 11 San Francisco, CA - Red Devil

June 12 Seattle, WA - El Corazon

June 13 Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theater

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