A Place To Bury Strangers prepare for tour, CMJ

Plus debut album gets its release on vinyl this month

A Place To Bury Strangers are gearing up for a string of dates which will see them open for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

Their ten-track self-titled debut is also set for a vinyl release via Important Records on October 23.

The band are known for their gut-numbing live volume levels and their custom-made guitar pedals, from ‘Death By Audio’, the company owned by frontman Oliver Ackermann.

The band will kick off the jaunt on October 11 in Washington DC with a slot at the DAM! Festival, and will continue with a number of dates with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club before returning to New York where they will play a string of dates during CMJ.

The dates are:

Washington, DC – Rock and Roll Hotel (DAM! Festival) (October 11)

Louisville, KY – Headliners (12) w/ BRMC

Chicago, IL – Schubas (13) w/ Sea Wolf

Indianapolis, IN – Vogue (14) w/ BRMC

Columbia, MO – Blue Note (15) w/ BRMC

Brooklyn, NY – Death by Audio (Hammer benefit) (17)

Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg (late show) (17)

New York, NY – 200 Orchard (CMJ) (18)

Brooklyn, NY – Galapagos (CMJ) (19)

New York, NY – Glasslands (CMJ day show) (20)

New York, NY – The Delancey (CMJ) (20)

Memphis, TN – New Daisy (25) w/ BRMC

Philadelphia, PA – Pi Lam (27)

–By our New York staff.

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