Deathwish hardcore hooligans Harm’s Way blew my mind last weekend at Temples Festival. They brought upbeat energy into a main stage that, over the course of the weekend, saw more doom and drone than anything else. Luckily for all you Yankee Doodles, the Chicago outfit are taking their newest album, Rust, on a month long summer tour. Get on over the jump, find out if they’re playing near you and if they are, get your mosh gear on and leave the kids at home.

Dates for this tour – which will began after their stint in Europe with Deathwish Fest – are as follows:

June 1 Paris, France @ Trabendo ^
June 2 Geneve, Switzerland @ L’Usine ^
June 3 Karlsruhe, Germany @ Substage ^
June 4 Berlin, Germany @ SO36 ^
June 5 Koln, Germany @ Essigfabrik ^
June 6 Quefurt, Germany @ RTS Fest %
June 7 Munchen, Germany @ Feierwerk %
June 8 Prague, Czech Republic @ 007 %
June 9 Budapest, Hungary @ Kvlt %
June 10 Dresden, Germany @ Chemiefabrik %
June 11 Hamburg, Germany @ Hafenklang %
June 12 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Pumpehuset %
June 13 Osnabruck, Germany @ Bastard Club %
July 2 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen *
July 3 Minneapolis, MN @ Minnehaha Free Space *
July 5 Omaha, NE @ Lookout Lounge *
July 6 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre *
July 8 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Music Garage *
July 9 Reno, NV @ Holland Project
July 10 San Francisco, CA @ Thee Parkside *
July 11 Los Angeles, CA @ Los Globos *
July 12 Pomona, CA @ PBW *
July 14 Phoenix, AZ @ Pub Rock Live *
July 15 El Paso, TX @ Mesa Music Hall *
July 16 Dallas, TX @ Son of Hermann Hall *
July 18 St. Louis, MO @ Firebird *
July 19 Louisville, KY @ New Albany Production House *
July 20 Pittsburgh, PA @ Cattivo *
July 21 Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory *
July 22 Baltimore, MD @ Side Bar *
July 23-26 Philadelphia, PA @ This Is Hardcore Festival

^ = (DW Fest Europe) w/ Converge, Trap Them, YAITW, and more
% = w/ The Southern Oracle
* = w/ The Beautiful Ones, Eternal Sleep

With the tour coming to a stop at This Is Hardcore, chances are the band will have already smashed their way through crowds full of energy and aggro. They were definitely one of the more entertaining bands at Temples and even if you aren’t into hardcore per say, I strongly recommend checking them out. Eternal Sleep and The Beautiful Ones are bands I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m not familiar with but rest assured, I’ll be checking them out in the days to come. Don’t be a wimp, get to this show and bounce.

-MM

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