The group covered North America and Europe earlier this year on the Road Rage Tour with Trivium and 3 Inches Of Blood before doing summer shows with Good Riddance and Stretch Arm Strong. The band recently finished a co-headlining jaunt with Scars of Tomorrow.

They’re not resting yet, though. Still Remains will be topping the bill at clubs across the country through October 6 with support from Curl Up And Die, Underminded, and Aiden.

Starting October 8 in Memphis, Still Remains will join Darkest Hour and the Handshake Murders opening for Norma Jean. That tour will run through the Midwest and South through the end of the month, finishing at Rocket Town in Nashville October 30.

“We love to tour,” Still Remains singer TJ Miller said. “Down and dirty in our van, getting to know our fans is the only way for this band.”

Still Remains is supporting its debut album, Of Love And Lunacy, which was released in May on Roadrunner and has earned the praises of Hit Parader, Alternative Press and more.