Every Time I Die haven't even wrapped up their current headlining run and have already revealed their plans to get back on the road for another round of dates. The jaunt will feature Wage War and '68 as support, kicking off in Wilmington, Del. on April 28.

The band has been relentlessly promoting their latest record, Low Teens, which features new standouts like "The Coin has a Say," "C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)," "I Didn't Want to Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway" and more. This tour will span nearly one month, focusing on the eastern half of the United States, stretching as far as Indiana and Missouri. The trek will come to an end on May 21 at the Rock on the Range festival in Ohio with two other festival stops dotting the routing along the way.

See the full list of stops below and get your tickets on Friday (Feb. 24). More information can be found at the band's website.

A music video was recently released for "I Didn't Want to Join Your Stupid Cult Anyway," offering a heavy-handed dose of fun. Taking dozens of the Internet's most popular memes, Every Time I Die cleverly captioned the images with lyrics that surprisingly gel with each meme.

On a more serious note, the song "C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)" was written as vocalist Keith Buckley's wife experienced life-threatening complications during childbirth. “I had never felt so helpless. I could do nothing for her," the singer told Billboard. "I couldn’t tell her it was going to be okay. I couldn’t even tell her that death wouldn’t be better because I had no idea yet if our daughter had even made it. I kept asking doctors what the machines meant, and eventually I could tell they were sick of me asking so many questions. I realized that if I could only understand what their beeps meant I might have some hope. I might have some answers.”

Every Time I Die, Wage War, '68 2017 Tour Dates

4/28 — Wilmington, Del. @ World Cafe Live At The Queen
4/30 — Jacksonville, Fla. @ Welcome To Rockville
5/01 — Birmingham, Ala. @ Zydeco
5/02 — Memphis, Tenn. @ Tone Cafe
5/04 — Chattanooga, Tenn. @ Revelry Room
5/05 — Charlotte, N.C. @ Carolina Rebellion
5/06 — Richmond, Va. @ Canal Club
5/07 — Harrisonburg, Va. @ Golden Pony
5/08 — Baltimore, Md. @ Baltimore Soundstage
5/09 — Erie, Pa. @ Basement Transmissions
5/11 — Dekalb, Ill. @ The House Cafe
5/12 — Iowa City, Iowa @ Blue Moose Tap house
5/13 — Somerset, Wis. @ Northern Invasion
5/14 — Chicago, Ill. @ Bottom Lounge
5/16 — Springfield, Mo. @ Outland Ballroom
5/17 — Columbia, Mo. @ Rose Music Hall
5/18 — Nashville, Tenn. @ The End
5/19 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ Deluxe
5/20 — Lansing, Mich. @ The Loft
5/21 — Columbus, Ohio @ Rock On The Range

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