At the beginning of the year, Asking Alexandria teased fans with news of their upcoming spring tour in North America, and now the dates are starting to take shape.

'The Still Reckless' tour, featuring Asking Alexandria along with the eclectic lineup of Trivium, Dir En Grey, I See Stars, Motionless In White and The Amity Affliction, will kick off on the west coast at the beginning of March and continue through April.

Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce checked in give fans some insight on the tour, saying, "We're back mother f---ers! This headlining tour marks our first U.S. tour of the year and also our last tour for 'Reckless and Relentless.' This is gunna be a crazy f---ing tour."

He also shared his thoughts on the stacked bill, stating, "We have great bands playing with us that we are very excited about sharing a stage with and we are playing our longest set ever with songs from both 'Stand up and Scream' and 'Reckless and Relentless.'"

According to Bruce, right after this tour, the band will be heading back into the studio, "We hit the studio right after this tour to record our new album and therefore will not be headlining the states for quite some times after this, so come down and lets start 2012 right. We can't wait to see you all.”

Check out the dates below to find out when 'The Still Reckless' tour hits your neck of the woods with additional dates still to be announced.

The Still Reckless Tour Dates:

3/9 - Chico, Calif. - Senator Theatre
3/10 - San Diego, Calif. - Soma
3/11 - Tucson, Ariz. - Rialto Theatre
3/13 - Mission, Texas - Las Palmas Racepark
3/15 - Austin, Texas - SXSW
3/16 - San Antonio, Texas - White Rabbit
3/17 - Dallas, Texas - QuikTrip Park
3/18 - Houston, Texas - Verizon Wireless (no Trivium/Dir En Grey)
3/20 - Orlando, Fla. - Beacham Theatre (make-up show, No Trivium/Dir En Grey)
3/21 - S.C. - TBA
3/23 - Charlotte, N.C. - Amos Southend
3/24 - Norfolk, Va. - The Norva
3/25 - Richmond, Va. - The National
3/27 - Sayreville, N.J. - Starland Ballroom
4/7 - Louisville, Ky. - Expo Five

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