On the heels of MUTE’s music video for their new single “Fill The Void,” the band have announced a European tour (see dates below).

The Québec City punk outfit will be supporting their upcoming album, Remember Death. being released on CD/Digital through Bird Attack Records on October 14th, with vinyl being scheduled as well.

Check out the music video for “Fill The Void” below. The video was produced by Exposed Films and directed/edited by Alex Bergeron.

European Tour Dates 2016:
20 Oct – Bayonne (FR)
21 Oct – San Sebastian (ES) Dabadaba
22 Oct – A Coruna (ES) Filomatic
23 Oct – Oviedo (ES) Lata de Zinc
24 Oct – Madrid (ES) Trash Can
25 Oct – Barcelona (ES) Rocksound
26 Oct – Toulouse (FR)
27 Oct – Lyon (FR) Jack Jack
28 Oct – Verona (IT) Officina Degli Angeli
29 Oct – Ravenna (IT) Bukowski
30 Oct – Milan (IT) Magnolia
31 Oct – Livorno (IT) Surfer Joe (Halloween Party)
2 Nov – Nuremberg (DE) Zentral Café
3 Nov – Augsburg (DE) Ballonfabrik
4 Nov – Wermelskirchen (DE) AJZ Bahndamn
5 Nov – Amsterdam (NL) Winston
6 Nov – Kampen (NL) Tukien
7 Nov – Leuven (BE) Sojo
8 Nov – Paris (FR) Gibus
9 Nov – Nantes (FR) TBA
10 Nov – TBA
11 Nov – TBA
12 Nov – Pau (FR) Showcase

About MUTE:

Fast, technical, melodic; those are just a few words that the punk rock community uses to describe MUTE’s music. Considered by many to be a crucial staple in the skate punk world, the band has spent the last 18 years taking a 100% DIY approach to bringing its music to the masses! Boasting four albums – Blueprints (2001), Sleepers (2004), The Raven (2008) and Thunderblast (2011) as well as a combined total of over 2 million MUTE fans have watched one of the band’s social music videos.

MUTE has played more than 600 concerts in over 25 countries in North America, South America, Asia, and Europe: from small indie venues to the main stage of some of the world’s most prestigious international festivals! The quartet was fortunate enough to tour with famous punk bands like Rise Against, NOFX and Lagwagon and to share the stage with legendary artists like Bad Religion and The Ospring.

Tireless and faithful to its devoted and hardworking DIY ethics, MUTE is still
going strong. With a 5th album on its way – Remember Death (October 14, 2016) – and a lot more touring to come, MUTE is, and will remain, a force to be reckoned with in the punk rock world!

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