Published Nov 05, 2008Since forming in the early 90s, Nashville-based metal unit Today Is The Day have endured a ton of line-up changes, but that hasnt prevented main man Steve Austin from releasing eight albums and a plethora of EPs and split releases on a regular basis. Keeping with this schedule, Austin and company have embarked on a hefty North American tour.
The tour kicked off in Baltimore last night (November 4) and will continue through the East coast before heading up to Canada for dates in Toronto and Montreal next week. Then its back south, where the tour will wind down in Austin, TX on November 22. North Carolinas Weedeater were originally scheduled to support on all dates but had to pull out due to a recent bike injury to one of the members.
Today Is The Day are also celebrating the release of Axis of Eden, the film adaptation of their 2007 album of the same name. The film is available as a download-only from Austin's SuperNova Records.
Today Is The Day tour dates:
11/5 New York, NY - Knitting Factory
11/6 Philadelphia, PA - TBA
11/7 Albany, NY - TBA
11/8 Toronto, ON - The Blue Moon *
11/9 Montreal, QC - Les Foufounes Electriques
11/10 Providence, RI - Club Hell
11/11 Pittsburgh, PA - 31st St Pub
11/12 Rochester, NY - Bug Jar
11/13 Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop
11/14 Lansing, MI - Mac's Bar
11/15 St Paul, MN - TBA
11/16 Chicago, IL - Bottom Lounge
11/18 St Louis, MO - Fubar
11/19 Little Rock, AR - Downtown Music
11/20 Tulsa, OK - The Marquee
11/21 Dallas, TX - Reno's Chop Shop
11/22 Austin, TX - Red 7
* with Vilipend and the Great Collapse
Today Is The Day "Axis Of Eden live