The action continues January 31, when face to face kicks off a string of concerts in Jacksonville, Fla. The group is taking Snapcase, H2O, and No Motive along for the tour of prestigious clubs. The current itinerary runs through February 24, when the high-energy band wraps up a two-night stand at the Ogden Theatre in Denver.

Face to face has spent a tremendous amount of time on the road since its inception in 1991. They’ve shared billing with just about every So-Cal pop/punk outfit worth mentioning, including Blink-182, Weezer, MxPx, No Doubt, The Muffs and .

The band’s stint on 1997’s Sno-Core tour with The Pharcyde and Voodoo Glow Skulls introduced them to an even broader audience.

Singer/guitarist Trever Keith, drummer Pete Parada, bassist Scott Shiflett, and guitarist Chad Yaro showed their fan appreciation with the release of last summer. Through a promotion with, the band allowed fans to shape the album by voting on which tracks should make it onto the final product.