Asking Alexandra are gearing up to invade North America with a new headlining tour run. Dubbed the ‘Break Down The Walls’ tour, the dates kick off in early March in McAllen, Texas currently running through mid-April in Chico, Calif. with additional dates to be revealed soon.

Asking Alexandra have put together quite a lineup for the run too. Joining them on the road will be August Burns Red, We Came As Romans, Crown The Empire and Born of Osiris, making for quite a show.

The idea of returning to the U.S. and Canada is one that Asking Alexandria is looking forward to. Guitarist Ben Bruce shared his thoughts on the upcoming mega-tour, sharing, “America, we are coming for you. It's been a while since we have seen your beautiful faces, but we are back this March with a lineup that takes us right back to our roots. This is the most dynamic package that we have ever put together and we can't wait to come and play for you guys.”

It’s not just the lineup that Bruce raved about though. The band is putting a lot of hard work and energy into all aspects of the show. “Expect our biggest and best production, our longest set to date and more rock n' roll antics and debauchery than ever before,” said Bruce. “Get your tickets ASAP as this sh-- will sell-out fast. Come hang out with us. We will see you soon."

Check out all of the tour dates below. Tickets for select shows are already on sale. Head over to Asking Alexandria’s official website for all the latest ticketing info here.

Asking Alexandra ‘Break Down The Walls’ Tour Dates:

3/12 - McAllen, Texas - Never Say Never Festival
3/13 - Austin, Texas - SXSW
3/14 - Dallas, Texas - South By So What Festival
3/15 - Lubbock, Texas - Lonestar Event Center
3/16 - Houston, Texas - Houston We Have A Problem
3/18 - Raleigh, N.C. - The Ritz
3/19 - Silver Spring, Md. - The Fillmore
3/21 - New York, N.Y. - Best Buy Theater
3/22 - Sayreville, N.J. - Starland Ballroom
3/23 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Electric Factory
3/25 - Worcester, Mass. - The Palladium
3/26 - Rochester, N.Y. - The Armory
3/27 - Albany, N.Y. - Upstate Concert Hall
3/28 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - Club Zoo
3/29 - Detroit, Mich. - Royal Oak Theatre
4/1 - Chicago, Ill. - House of Blues
4/2 - Minneapolis, Minn. - Skyway
4/4 - Spokane, Wash. - Knitting Factory
4/5 - Calgary, Alberta - MacEwan Hall Ballroom
4/6 - Vancouver, British Columbia - Vogue Theater
4/8 - Boise, Idaho - Knitting Factory
4/10 - Chico, Calif. - Senator Theater