In Fear And Faith To Tour With In This Moment

San Diego’s IN FEAR AND FAITH is preparing to hit the road alongside In This Moment as part of the Revolver Magazine-sponsored “A Winter To Remember Tour” kicking off November 6 in Anaheim, California at Chain Reaction. The U.S. tour will hit 28 cities before winding down December 17 in Las Vegas.

IN FEAR AND FAITH is currently on tour supporting the band A Day To Remember. That tour runs through October 17 finishing off in Ocala, Florida.

IN FEAR AND FAITH, a sextet consisting of singers Cody Anderson and Scott Barnes, guitarists Ramin Niroomand and Noah Slifka, bassist Tyler Mcelhaney, and drummer Mehdi Niroomand, has been hard at work touring and making a name for itself since Day One. The band’s self-released EP has sold over 30,000 songs on iTunes and its current Rise Records release, Your World On Fire, has already sold over well over 15,000 copies since its release earlier this year.

The band’s non-stop touring over the past year includes runs with A Skylit Drive, Emarosa, Attack Attack!, and Sky Eats Airplane, helping to build a growing and dedicated fan base.

While playing in Tampa, Craig Owens of Chiodos happened to be at the show and was so impressed with the band’s stellar live show that he asked to do guest vocals on the band’s new release. So, Rise Records flew Craig to the studio and he laid down some amazing guest vocals on the track “The Road To Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions.” Craig will also appear in the band’s music video for the song.

For more info see www.myspace.com/infearandfaith.

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