Fresh off an April mini-trek through Japan which included headlining slots at the in Tokyo and Osaka, Rancid is geared up for a long run of dates through the states – the band’s first since 2006.

Rancid kicks off the tour at the Rialto Theatre in Tuscon, Ariz. June 10 for a long haul that sees the band on the bus through October.

Stops include La Zona Rosa in Austin (June 13), The Masquerade in Atlanta (June 22), Nashville’s Rocketown (June 27), House of Blues in Las Vegas (July 3), Fillmore Auditorium in Denver (July 26), Chicago’s House of Blues (July 30-31), Kool Haus in Toronto (August 2-3), Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club (August 11), Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza (August 13-17), Salt Lake City’s In the Venue (September 16-17), Warfield Theatre in San Francisco (September 26-27) and Henry Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles (September 30 to October 5).

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Rancid’s upcoming release is expected to drop in June and will be the band’s seventh studio album.

Produced by Epitaph president Brett Gurewitz and mixed by Joe Barresi (Tool, Bad Religion), the band has spent the last several months perfecting the record, which will be their first since 2003.