Pennsylvania rock band Juliana Theory have announced plans to reunite this summer for six shows in honor of the 10th Anniversary of the release band's seminal album 'Emotion Is Dead.'
"August 2010 marks the ten-year anniversary of our sophomore album "Emotion is Dead." In honor of that anniversary we are reuniting for 6 shows and 6 shows only," the band stated in a post on their website. "For each of these limited shows we will play the record from start to finish followed by a second set of fan favorites taken from all of their other releases."
The small tour will mark the first time the band has played together in nearly four years, and also serve as the farewell tour the band was never able to do following their abrupt breakup in early 2006.
"This will be our first time to share a stage again as well as the first time playing "Emotion is Dead" in its entirety.," the post went on to say. "We're absolutely thrilled to make each one of these evenings something very memorable and can't wait to hang out with everyone."
The Juliana Theory was formed in 1997 and released four studio albums before their break up in January of 2006. The band was signed to Epic records in 2001 where they released their best selling album Love in the fall of that year. Prior to that album, the band released the aforementioned Emotion Is Dead on Tooth & Nail records in 2000 as well as the band's debut album Understand This is a Dream in 1999.