Goatwhore continue to tour the world in support of last year's Constricting Rage of the Merciless album. Now, the New Orleans extreme metal merchants have announced a headlining tour with support from Ringworm, Black Breath and Theories that begins June 6 with the FreePress Summer Festival in Houston, Texas.

The trek will traverse the U.S. and Canada for more than a month before wrapping up July 12 in Atlanta. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 10. For more info, go here.

In a recent interview, Goatwhore frontman Ben Falgoust talked about his dream tour lineup: "Judas Priest and Slayer probably. When we started, Celtic Frost was the big piece of what started this band being an influence. A lot of us listened to them growing up and it was like Celtic Frost, Venom and Bathory. We got to tour with Celtic Frost when they got back together and when they toured the U.S., so when people used to ask who we’d want to play with we’d be like, 'Oh, it would be amazing if they would get back together and then we could do that' and those things kind of fell into place."

Falgoust continues, "And they were really incredible individuals which was a relief because I didn’t want them to ruin the idea of behind them if they were a--holes. I’d prefer for that to remain a mystery if I can help it. But if we could play with Judas Priest and Slayer that would be a whole new level for us for sure."

Goatwhore, Ringworm, Black Breath and Theories Tour Dates

06/06 -- Houston, Texas -- FreePress Summer Festival 2015
06/07 -- San Antonio, Texas -- Paper Tiger
06/08 -- Austin, Texas -- Inside @ Red 7
06/09 -- El Paso, Texas -- Tricky Falls
06/10 -- Albuquerque, N.M. -- Launchpad
06/11 -- Mesa, Ariz. -- Club Red
06/12 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Soda Bar
06/13 -- Fresno, Calif. -- Stummer's
06/14 -- West Hollywood, Calif. -- The Roxy Theatre
06/15 -- Santa Cruz, Calif. -- The Catalyst Atrium
06/16 -- Oakland, Calif. -- Oakland Metro Operahouse
06/17 -- Salem, Ore. -- Duffy's Hangar
06/18 -- Seattle, Wash. -- The Crocodile
06/19 -- Vancouver, British Columbia -- The Rickshaw Theatre
06/20 -- Kelowna, British Columbia -- Level Upstairs
06/21 -- Calgary, Alberta -- Dickens Pub
06/22 -- Edmonton, Alberta -- The Starlite
06/23 -- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan -- O'Brian's Event Centre
06/24 -- Regina, Saskatchewan -- The Exchange
06/25 -- Winnipeg, Manitoba The Zoo Cabaret
06/26 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Triple Rock Social Club
06/27 -- Chicago, Ill. -- Reggie's Rock Club
06/28 -- Detroit, Mich. -- Majestic Jr.
06/29 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- Now That's Class
06/30 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- The Altar Bar
07/01 -- Syracuse, N.Y. -- The Lost Horizon
07/02 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Hard Luck Bar
07/03 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Les Foufounes Electriques
07/04 -- Ottawa, Ontario -- Mavericks
07/05 -- Allston, Mass. -- Brighton Music Hall
07/06 -- Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Saint Vitus Bar
07/08 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Underground Arts: Black Box
07/09 -- Washington D.C. -- Rock & Roll Hotel
07/11 -- West Columbia, S.C. -- New Brookland Tavern
07/12 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- The Earl