'68 and Silver Snakes added to Bring Me The Horizon's U.S. tour
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U.K. metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon are over a month away from their trek through the United States, and today, they revealed the two opening acts for their headlining shows.

Atlanta punk outfit '68 formed in 2013 by guitarist/vocalist Josh Scogin after the break up of metalcore group The Chariot. The outfit released their debut studio album In Humor and Sadness in 2014 through Good Fight, and they've been on the road with acts such as Killswitch Engage, A Lot Like Birds, Norma Jean, and Stick To Your Guns. The group also had a stint on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour. Earlier this month, '68 released a demo for their song "You'll Miss Us", which will be featured on their forthcoming studio album. The band are currently touring with Idlehands.

Post-hardcore band Silver Snakes released their new studio album Saboteur last month on Evil Ink Records. The band recently wrapped up touring with Coheed and Cambria and Glassjaw. The Los Angeles outfit have also been on the road with acts such as Defeater, Scale The Summit, and United Nations. Saboteur is the follow up to their 2014 Bridge Nine release Year of the Snake.

Tickets for Bring Me The Horizon's headlining tour are on sale right now. Their entire tour routing is below.

Bring Me The Horizon tour dates

4/30 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Welcome To Rockville (festival appearance)
5/1 – Fort Myers, Fla. – Fort Rock (festival appearance)
5/4 – Nashville, Tenn. – War Memorial Auditorium (headlining show)
5/6 – Atlanta, Ga. – The Tabernacle (headlining show)
5/7 – Norfolk, Va. – The NorVa (headlining show)
5/8 – Charlotte, N.C. – Carolina Rebellion (festival appearance)
5/9 – Silver Spring, Md. – The Fillmore (headlining show)
5/11 – Kansas City, Mo. – Arvest Bank Theatre (headlining show)
5/12 – Clive, Iowa – 7 Flags Event Center (headlining show)
5/15 – Somerset, Wis. – Northern Invasion (festival appearance)
5/16 – Fargo, N.D. – Civic Center (headlining show)
5/18 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Old National Centre (headlining show)
5/19 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Orbit Room (headlining show)
5/20 – Milwaukee, Wis. – The Rave (headlining show)
5/21 – St. Louis, Mo. – KPNT Pointfest (festival appearance)
5/22 – Columbus, Ohio – Rock On The Range (festival appearance)