The St. Louis metallic hardcore act EVERYTHING WENT BLACK are excited to announce their upcoming spring tour with fellow hardcore act Ringworm, which starts in Chicago on May 29th and ends June 8th in Ohio. The band will be supporting their debut release from LOST SHEPHERD/PROSTHETIC RECORDS, “Cycles of Light,” released earlier this year on CD, LP and MP3.

Lead singer Brandon Hoffman stated, “’Cycles of Light’ came out back in January, and since then we have been trying to keep busy on the road and writing another record. Going out with Ringworm is an honor for us; we have been following them for years and years.”

EVERYTHING WENT BLACK also has several high-profile shows coming up before and after the Ringworm dates, including an appearance at the Sound & Fury festival in Santa Barbara in June. A complete list of the band’s upcoming tour dates appears below.

Catch EVERYTHING WENT BLACK on tour here:
4/25 Minneapolis, MN – The Beat w/ Withdrawal
4/26 Des Moines, IA – All Play w/ Withdrawal
4/28 Chicago, IL – The Rumble @ the Bottom Lounge w/ Murphy’s Law, Trapped Under Ice
4/29 Peoria, IL – Pizza Works
5/12 Owensboro, KY – BBQ Fest Youth Stage
5/18 St Louis, MO – Fubar
5/29 Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen #
5/30 Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews #
5/31 Kansas City, MO – Sidecar #
6/1 Tulsa, OK – TBD #
6/2 Fort Worth, TX – Tom Cats #
6/4 Houston, TX – Walters #
6/5 New Orleans, LA – Siberia #
6/6 Atlanta, GA – Drunken Unicorn #
6/7 Evansville, IN – The Hatch #
6/8 Dayton, OH – TBD #
6/22 Santa Barbara, CA – Earl Warren Showgrounds (Sound & Fury)
# w/ Ringworm

EVERYTHING WENT BLACK play a concise, sophisticated brand of fast and heavy aggressive music drawing influence from the likes of The Hope Conspiracy, Black Flag and Entombed, while still maintaining a sound that is very much so their own. Since the band’s formation in the spring of 2009, the band self-released an EP, a 7″ on Hands Up! Records and a split with Louisville, KY hardcore outfit Rattletooth on St. Louis-based label I Hate Punk Rock Records. Decibel called “Cycles of Light” “super-damn impressive” and “one of the first standout albums of 2012,” while Outburn says the group “blends aggressive punk and sludgy metal right up there with the best of them, in the classic combined tradition of Black Flag and Entombed.”

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