The rockers in Of Mice & Men have announced a tour this fall with All the Fallen Dreams, Thousand Below and Bloodbather. So dubbed "The Earth Tour," the terrestrial rock jaunt kicks off Sept. 23 in Los Angeles, covering portions of the U.S. and Canada before winding up in Mesa, Ariz. on October 19.

The announcement follows another regarding Of Mice & Men's new album Earth & Sky (due Sept. 27) that included a music video for the title track. See the upcoming tour dates down toward the bottom of this post.

Upon the album's reveal last week, Of Mice & Men's Aaron Pauley said Earth & Sky is "about understanding that you can rise above whatever it is that keeps trying to drag you down, no matter what."

He continued, "For me, a lot of the time, I'm writing about battling with my own mind. For you, it may be a person, or an obstacle, or a circumstance. Regardless of whatever it is that's trying relentlessly to drag you down, I hope this song empowers you to rise above it with authority, like it does me every time I sing it."

Tickets and VIP packages for "The Earth Tour" will be released for sale Monday, July 29, at 10AM local time. Get further ticketing info here.

Of Mice & Men, For The Fallen Dreams, Thousand Below + Bloodbather 2019 Tour Dates

Sept. 23 Los Angeles, Caif. @ Teragram (no Thousand Below)
Sept. 24 San Diego, Calif. @ Soma (no Thousand Below)
Sept. 25 Flagstaff, Ariz. @ The Green Room (no Thousand Below)
Sept. 27 Salt Lake City, Utah @ Complex (no Thousand Below)
Sept. 28 Denver, Colo. @ Marquis
Sept. 29 Lawrence, Kan. @ Granada
Oct. 3 Columbus, Ohio @ Basement
Oct. 5 Ottawa, Canada @ Brass Monkey
Oct. 6 Toronto, Canada @ Lee's
Oct. 7 Montreal, Canada @ Fairmont Theatre
Oct. 9 Philadelphia, Pa. @ Volatage Lounge
Oct. 11 Virginia Beach, Va. @ Elevation 27
Oct. 12 Greensboro, N.C. @ The Blind Tiger
Oct. 13 Manchester, Tenn. @ Exit 111 Festival
Oct. 15 Houston, Texas @ Warehouse Live
Oct. 16 Austin, Texas @ Come And Take It Live
Oct. 17 Dallas, Texas @ Cub Dada
Oct. 19 Mesa, Ariz. @ The Underground

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