Has it really been 10 years since The 69 Eyes toured the United States? The Finnish goth rockers are declaring they are "Back From the Grave" with this spring stretch of dates, featuring MXMS and The Nocturnal Affair.

"Before releasing the new album, we’re closing a chapter in our history, by returning to the homeland of Elvis and The Ramones," states singer Jyrki 69. "We cannot wait to play in Memphis and New York and another 20 cities! It’s been way too long," he added, exclaiming, "Feels like we’re really back from the grave!”

The run begins on April 17 and will wrap up after circling the country on May 18. See the full list of stops below and get your tickets at the band's website. For VIP meet-and-greet packages, head here.

The 69 Eyes' last album, Universal Monster, was released in 2016. They're currently working on their 12th studio record, which is expected to be released in September through Nuclear Blast. Look for the first single to come out in May.

The 69 Eyes 2019 U.S. Tour Dates

Nuclear Blast

April 17 — Pittsburgh, Penn. @ Crafthouse
April 18 — Joliet, Ill. @ The Forge
April 19 — Newport, Ky. @ Thompson House
April 20 — Memphis, Tenn. @ Growlers
April 22 — Kansas City, Mo. @ The Riot Room
April 23 — Denver, Colo. @ The Oriental Theater
April 24 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ Soundwell
April 26 — Seattle, Wash. @ El Corazon
April 27 — Portland, Ore. @ Hawthorne Theater
April 28 — Sacramento, Calif. @ Holy Diver
April 30 — San Francisco, Calif. @ DNA Lounge
May 01 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ Regent Theater
May 02 — San Diego, Calif. @ Brick By Brick
May 03 — Las Vegas, Nev.@ Count’s Vamp’d
May 04 — Mesa, Ariz. @ Club Red *
May 05 — Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey Live
May 07 — Austin, Texas @ Come And Take It Live
May 08 — Houston, Texas @ Warehouse Live
May 10 — West Palm, Fla. @ Respectables
May 11 — Tampa, Fla. @ The Orpheum
May 12 — Atlanta, Ga. @ The Masquerade (Hell)
May 14 — Baltimore, Md. @ Ottobar
May 15 — Amityville, N.Y. @ Revolution
May 16 — Brooklyn, N.Y. @ The Kingsland
May 17 — Providence, R.I. @ Fete Music Hall
May 18 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Trocadero **
*no MXMS
** no MXMS and The Nocturnal Affair

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