With Spitalfield opening, the Victory Records troupe will do eight U.K. shows in as many days before flying back across the Pacific to kick off the Stateside trek.

Aiden will take over opening duties for the North American tour, which includes more than 45 dates from October 27 to December 11. The four bands will hit Seattle’s Showbox, Minneapolis’ Quest, NYC’s Nokia Theatre and a host of House of Blues venues before finishing up in Chicago.

“We’re so excited to be taking out Silverstein, Bayside, and Aiden,” Hawthorne Heights drummer Eron said of the North American trek. “For us, this tour represents a big family reunion. Silverstein took us out on our first real tour, it helped us out immensely and we will be forever grateful.

“We’ve toured with Bayside a few times before; they are great people and an extremely underrated band. Aiden has unlimited potential and we want to give them the same opportunity that Silverstein provided us.”

Before headlining the Never Sleep Again outing, Hawthorne Heights will go into the studio with producer David Bendeth to record their new album. They’ve already been performing the songs live, so fans can likely get a sneak peek at this fall’s shows.