Issues the band of the impending run, "Fuck a normal quote talking about how excited we are to share the road with the bands we're touring with and pushing a new record or whatever. This tour, The Infamous Gehenna and THEORIES plan on destroying everything everywhere we go, join us!" THEORIES Tour w/ The Infamous Gehenna 10/22/2015 Black Lodge - Seattle, WA w/ Landmine Marathon 10/23/2015 Panic Room - Portland, OR w/ Landmine Marathon 10/24/2015 Missing Time Records - Eugene, OR 10/25/2015 Fruitdale Grange - Grants Pass, OR 10/26/2015 Sheas Tavern - Reno, NV 10/27/2015 The Colony - Sacramento, CA 10/28/2015 The Rock Shop - San Jose, CA 10/29/2015 Che Cafe - San Diego, CA 10/30/2015 TBA - Los Angeles, CA 10/31/2015 Los Globos Matinee Show - Los Angeles, CA 11/01/2015 Ventura Library - Ventura, CA 11/02/2015 The Rebel Lounge - Phoenix, AZ 11/03/2015 TBA - Las Vegas, NV 11/04/2015 The Chinatown Youth Center - Fresno, CA 11/05/2015 The Golden Bull - Oakland, CA 11/06/2015 The Wisp House - Salem, OR - *THEORIES only 11/07/2015 TBA - Olympia, WA *THEORIES only THEORIES -- featuring within their ranks current and former members of Samothrace, Skarp, and Book Of Black Earth among others -- continues to grind their way from city to city in support of the decimating wares of their Regression full-length, released this Spring via Metal Blade Records. Tracked at The Red Room and The Boiler Room with producer/engineer Derek Moree (The Sword, Pelican, Minus The Bear et al) with mixing and mastering conducted by Visceral Sound's Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed), Regression centers itself on the downfall of one's own nation and all that it might encompass. Social unrest, economic uncertainty, mental anguish, environmental disasters - those left alive are lost and in ruins. Peace has solved nothing. Musically, the album reflects these themes, and on top of grind's prototypical hyper speed blasts, listeners will find moments of dissonant groove and clarity, as well guitar leads that are not often heard within the genre. Regression stands as one of the most belligerent releases from Metal Blade in recent memory. Check out Regression now at iTunes or Spotify.