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American metalcore band As I Lay Dying have announced their 2022 US summer tour titled Two Decades of Destruction. The tour kicks off June 10 in Las Vegas and ends July 17 in Oklahoma City. The band will be supported by Whitechapel, Shadow of Intent, Brand of Sacrifice and Ov Sulfur on select dates of the tour.

General tickets for the tour will go on sale beginning Friday, April 1 at 10:00 a.m. EDT through the official As I Lay Dying website, Livenation, or Ticketmaster. Presales for the tour will begin on Thursday, March 31.

The Live Nation presale will begin on March 31 at 10:00 a.m. PDT and end the same day at 10:00 p.m. PDT. Pre-sale tickets are priced at $29.98 and VIP tickets are priced at $99.98. VIP tickets can be purchased at aild.soundrink.com. Ticket prices may fluctuate depending on demand.

As I Lay Dying guitarist Phil Sgrosso said in a press release:

“After two years of anxiously awaiting the safe return of live events, it’s finally time for us to hit the road again to celebrate ‘Two Decades of Destruction’ with Whitechapel, Shadow of Intent, Brand of Sacrifice and Ov Sulphur. “

He further added:

“We’ve had enough time to fully recharge and we can’t wait to feel that energy of performing on stage again. We’ve certainly missed our fans, so we can’t wait to reconnect with everyone as we celebrate 20 years and get back on the road. Goodbye!”


As I Lay Dying 2022 Tour Dates

June 10 – Las Vegas, Nevada at House of Blues ^

June 11 – Tucson, Arizona at the Rialto Theater ^

June 12 – El Paso, Texas at 11:11 a.m.

June 14 – Austin, Texas at Empire Garage ^

June 15 – Fort Smith, Arkansas at Temple Live ^

June 16 – Knoxville, Tennessee at The Concourse ^

June 18 – Myrtle Beach, SC at House of Blues ^

June 19 – St. Petersburg, Florida at Janus Landing ^

June 20 – Charlotte, NC at the Fillmore ^

June 22 – Richmond, Virginia to Brown’s Island ^

June 23 – Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania at the Sherman Theater ^

June 24 – Sayreville, New Jersey at Starland Ballroom*

June 25 – Hartford, Connecticut at the Webster Theater*

June 26 – Elmira, New York at The L*

June 27 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Roxian*

June 29 – Louisville, Kentucky at Paristown Hall*

June 30 – Columbus, Ohio at Kemba Live*

July 01 – Grand Rapids, Michigan at intersection*

02 July – ft. Wayne, Indiana at Pierre*

July 05 – Moline, IL at The Rust Belt*

July 06 – Green Bay, Wisconsin at the EPIC Event Center*

July 07 – Omaha, Nebraska at Admiral*

July 08 – Des Moines, Iowa to Val Air*

July 10 – Billings, Montana at Zoo Montana*

July 11 – Great Falls, Montana to Newbury*

July 12 – Spokane, Washington at Knitting Factory*

July 14 – Grand Junction, Colorado at the Mesa Theater*

July 15 – Colorado Springs, Colorado at Sunshine Studios*

July 16 – Wichita, Kansas at The Wave*

July 17 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Diamond Ballroom*

^- W/ OV Sulfur

* – With mark of sacrifice


Read more about As I Lay Dying

As I Lay Dying is a metal band founded in 2000 by vocalist Tim Lambesis. As I Lay Dying’s current lineup consists of Phil Grosso (guitarist), Josh Gilbert (bassist), and Jordan Mancino (drummer), in addition to Lambesis himself. The group has so far released seven albums.

In 2007, the group’s fourth studio album, An ocean between us, peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Top Rock chart. The same year, As I Lay Dying won the Ultimate Metal God MTV2’s award at the first annual All That Rocks special. The band’s fifth studio album, The Helpless Risewas written over a three-year period and was released in May 2010 to widespread critical acclaim.

As I Lay Dying went on indefinite hiatus in 2014 when Tim Lambesis was sentenced to six years in prison for soliciting the murder of his estranged wife. Lambesis was arrested in 2013 after trying to hire an undercover police officer to murder his wife. He pleaded guilty in 2014 and was paroled in December 2016.

On August 9, 2019, As I Lay Dying announced their first album in seven years, Shaped by fireand on September 13 they released Blind as the album’s fourth single, accompanied by a music video.

In March 2020 they released the song Destruction or forceand in May 2020 they released a music video for torn between. Guitarist Nick Hipa left the band on August 31, 2021, saying behavior resulting from his membership in the band led to his decision to leave. On September 24, 2021, the group unveiled a new single, Roots below.


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