ANEW REVOLUTION, the Austin, Texas-based band featuring former members of SLAVES ON DOPE and UNLOCO, has lined up the following dates:


Jun 07 - Kansas City, Missouri - Liberty Memorial Park - Rockfest
Jun 09 - El Paso, Texas - Club 101
Jun 10 - Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theatre
Jun 12 - Las Vegas, Nevada - House of Blues
Jun 13 - Tempe, Arizona - Marquee Theatre
Jun 14 - West Hollywood, California - House of Blues
Jun 16 - Englewood, Colorado - Gothic Theatre
Jun 18 - Odessa, Texas - Dos Amigos
Jun 20 - San Antonio, Texas - Scout Bar
Jun 21 - Corpus Christi, Texas -The Pavilion at Concrete St
Jun 22 - Houston, Texas - Meridian
Jun 24 - Tulsa, Oklahoma - Cains Ballroom
Jun 27 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Summerfest 2008 (WJJO/Zippo Stage)
Jun 28 - Detroit, Michigan - Harposs


July 02 - Springfield VA - Jaxx
July 03 - Springfield VA - Jaxx
July 04 - Spartanburg SC - Ground Zero
July 05 - Fayetteville NC - Jesters
July 06 - Jacksonville NC - Hooligans
July 08 - NYC NY - Blender Theater @ The Gramercy
July 09 - Hartford CT - The Webster
July 10 - Allentown PA - Crocodile Rock
July 11 - Cleveland OH - Peabody's
July 12 - Detroit MI - Harpo's
July 13 - Grand Rapids MI - Intersection
July 15 - Milwaukee WI - The Rave (w/ DIRGE)
July 16 - Maplewood MN - The Rock
July 17 - Cedar Falls IA - The Reverb
July 18 - Chicago IL - The Metro (w/ DIRGE)

ANEW REVOLUTION recently filmed a video for the track "Done" in Jersey City, New Jersey with director David Brodsky (ALL THAT REMAINS, GOD FORBID, THE RED CHORD). The song comes off the group's Mudrock-produced (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK) debut album, "Rise", which was released on April 15 via Koch Records.

ANEW REVOLUTION released a self-titled EP soon after forming, selling out all five thousand copies they printed at shows and off of the Internet. The five-track release served as a strong introduction to fans and paved the way to their relationship with Koch Records.


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