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Halifax On The "Don't Call It A Comeback Tour"
May 6, 2010
Halifax are headed out on the "Don't Call It A Comeback Tour" presented by Ernie Ball and Glamour Kills Clothing. The tour, featuring Amber Pacific, Victory In Numbers, Life On Repeat, and City Lights will start in Seattle in late June, and cross the country before finishing in Southern California in late July. Tour dates below.

is touring in support of their latest EP, 'Align', which was released on April 6th.

Don't Call It A Comeback
6/24 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
6/25 - Spokane, WA @ The Blvd
6/26 - Boise, ID @ The Venue
6/27 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Outer Rim
6/28 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
6/29 - Wichita, KS
6/30 - Memphis, TN @ The Abbey
7/01 - Tallahassee, FL
7/02 - Tampa, FL @ Transitions Art Gallery
7/03 - Orlando, FL
7/04 - Pompano Beach, FL @ Rocketown
7/05 - Jacksonville, FL @ The Pit
7/06 - Marietta, GA @ Swayze's
7/07 - Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery
7/08 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant
7/09 - Lancaster, PA @ The Championship
7/10 - Spotswood, NJ @ Spotswood VFW
7/11 - South Hackensack, NJ @ School of Rock
7/12 - New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall
7/13 - Jermyn, PA @ Eleanor Rigby's
7/14 - Akron, OH @ Musica
7/15 - Riverview, MI @ Rack n Roll
7/16 - Lake Station, IN @ Eagles Club
7/17 - Elgin, IL @ Mad Maggie's
7/18 - Frankfort, IL @ The Lighthouse
7/19 - St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird
7/20 - Tulsa, OK @ The Otherside Club
7/21 - Dallas
7/22 - Midland, TX @ The Pine Box
7/23 - Las Cruces, NM @ Equinox
7/24 - Mesa, AZ @ Badlands Music Venue
7/25 - San Diego, CA @ The Epicentre
7/26 - OFF
7/27 - Palmdale, CA @ Cedar Center
7/28 - Anaheim, CA @
7/29 - Oakland, CA
7/30 - Orangevale, CA @ Club Retro
7/31 - Bend, OR @ The Midtown

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Chris Brandt - Singer / Guitarist
Adam Charles - Guitarist
Eric Ivener - Bassist
Tommy Guindon - Drummer

In 2003, Halifax was just another in a myriad of unsigned indie outfits rolling the highways of North America. Sharing van space, shitty hotel rooms, bodily aromas, Old Milwaukee and a collective dream in between crappy jobs in chain restaurants and landscaping, the group recorded and supported its initial EP, A Writer’s Reference.

Within a year’s time, Halifax found itself among the rookie bands on the 2004 Warped Tour. By early 2005, after bowling them over Drive-Thru founders Richard Reines and Stefanie Reines during a New Jersey gig with The Early November, the label tweaked and reissued Reference. Halifax continued touring and building its fanbase while concocting what would become The Inevitability of a Strange World, a collection of riff-heavy arena rock anthems that blend post-punk hardcore with hard rock influences, a la Mötley Crüe.

The band took a three year break which was everything but a holiday: it was “a trial in life that gave us one ultimatum: stand up and fight for what we believe in or break up. 90% of bands fail, we like to think we're in the other 10%" explains Tommy. “Not to mention how much we have matured in the last 3 years as musicians and songwriters, let alone adults. We planted our feet firmly on the ground when we made this commitment to music and it’s going to take a lot more than faulty indie labels, lawsuits, and debt to sniper us out. We're not a band that backs down when faced with barriers. We have more respect for our fans and ourselves than to let anything get in the way or stop us from being artists.”

Wielding a melodic guitar driven sound, the quartet is back with their new EP Align. Halifax shows off their newly polished song-craftsmanship while still staying true to their musical influences, as they combine pop sensibility with their unmistakable riff rock and pounding rhythms. The band even shows off their penchant for reggae music in "Snake Slide", and "No Saturation".

Look out for Halifax and their new EP out on the road soon!