The trek launches October 25 at Rams Head Live! in Baltimore and will hit theatres and clubs in 34 cities across the U.S., including NorVa in Norfolk, Va. (October 28), The Masquerade in Atlanta (October 30), Revolution in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (November 3), White Rabbit in San Antonio, Texas (November 7), House of Blues in San Diego (November 13), Slim’s in San Francisco (November 17), El Corazon in Seattle (November 20), Station 4 in St. Paul, Minn. (November 27), St. Andrews Hall in Detroit (December 1), Mr. Small’s Theatre in Pittsburgh (December 4) and Stone Pony in Asbury Park, N.J. (December 8).

Tickets for about half the dates on the tour are available at

Victory Records, the indie label behind the tour, is home to 50 bands, including Taking Back Sunday, Hawthorne Hights, Atreyu, Thursday and Silverstein.

The company has its own social networking site, full time traveling promotions teams, a media player, label pod-cast and specialized web sites, all designed to reach fans in as many aspects of their lives as possible.

Here’s Bayside performing the track “Duality” from its latest album, The Walking Wounded, on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” last February.

Clips from the rest of the bands on the tour, plus many of the label’s other artists are available at