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Taking Back Sunday Announce New Album, Tour

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Taking Back Sunday are eyeing a June 2nd release for their brand new album, New Again. In support of the release, the band will head out on a six week tour with supporting act Anberlin. The tour kicks off May 14th in Cleveland.

Taking Back Sunday are eyeing a June 2nd release for their brand new album, New Again, their fourth studio album and first since 2006’s chart-smashing Louder Now. The new album is also the band’s first with guitarist/vocalist Matt Fazzi, who replaced Fred Mascherino in 2008. “On this record, we challenged ourselves to write the best songs we possibly could while trying new things in an effort to push the envelope in terms of what it means to sound like Taking Back Sunday,” bassist Matt Rubano said in October, when the band was in the studio. “I think this record has an honesty and an urgency that we haven’t achieved before.” Added vocalist Adam Lazzara: “Matt [Fazzi] has brought new life to Taking Back Sunday. He is the push we needed to break through some walls this time around.” Taking Back Sunday will be touring in support of the album with special guests Anberlin, who are promoting their 2008 release New Surrender. One of my favorite bands of all time,” raves Anberlin drummer Nate Young about Taking Back Sunday in a MySpace post. “We’re all so stoked to be able to be on this tour.” Taking Back Sunday tour dates with Anberlin:5/14, Cleveland, OH (House of Blues) 5/15, Cincinnati, OH (Bogarts) 5/16, Chicago, IL (Journeys Backyard BBQ) 5/17, Detroit, MI (Clutch Cargos) 5/19, Minneapolis, MN (First Avenue) 5/20, Milwaukee, WI (The Rave) 5/21, Indianapolis, IN (Egyptian Room) 5/24, Omaha, NE (Sokol Auditorum) 5/26, Boulder, CO (Boulder Theatre) 5/27, Salt Lake City, UT (In The Venue) 5/28, Boise, ID (Knitting Factory) 5/29, Seattle, WA (Showbox Sodo) 5/30, Vancouver, BC (Commodore) 5/31, Portland, OR (Roseland) 6/4, Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues) 6/5, San Diego, CA (SOMA) 6/7, Bakersfield, CA (Rockin Roots Festival) 6/9, Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre) 6/10, Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theater) 6/12, Oklahoma City, OK (Diamond Ballroom) 6/13, Little Rock, AK (The Village) 6/14, Mandeville, LA (Mandeville Trailhead Amphitheatre) 6/16, Tampa, FL (Jannus Landing) 6/17, Atlanta, GA (Masquerade) 6/18, Charlotte, NC (Amos Southend) 6/19, Richmond, VA (The National) 6/20, Philadelphia, PA (Electric Factory) 6/21, Baltimore, MD (Sonar) 6/23, Toronto, ON (Kool Haus) 6/24, Rochester, NY (Water Street Music Hall)6/25, Hartford, CT Webster Theatre6/26, Hampton Beach, NH Casino Ballroom6/27, Boston, MA House of Blues