Periphery join Dance Gavin Dance for a 15 date North American tour this Spring, kicking off on March 31 at The Regency in San Francisco.

The outing marks Periphery’s first tour dates for 2019 and comes as the band recently wrapped up recording their as-of-yet untitled sixth album. Joining Periphery and Dance Gavin Dance are Don Broco, Hail The Sun, and Covet.

“It’s been amazing to have such ample time off to write and record what we think is our favorite record to date, but after more than a year without touring we’re all extremely excited to get back out there,” said Periphery drummer Matt Halpern. “We’re very excited to play in some our favorite cities, we’re stoked to be able to play in front of our fans again, and it’s always awesome to perform and tour alongside some of our favorite bands and friends, which is exactly what we get to do on this tour!”

Tour dates:

March 30 Anaheim, CA City National Grove of Anaheim #

March 31 San Francisco, CA The Regency

April 2 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl

April 3 Phoenix, AZ Van Buren

April 5 Dallas, TX South Side Music Hall

April 6 San Antonio, TX Alamo City Music

April 7 Houston, TX Warehouse Live

April 9 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution

April 11 Silver Springs, MD The Fillmore

April 12 New York, NY Playstation Theater

April 13 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Music Hall

April 14 Worcester, MA Palladium

April 16 Cleveland, OH Agora

April 17 Detroit, MI Royal Oak

April 18 Chicago, IL House of Blues

April 20 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall

# – Swan Fest w/Dance Gavin Dance, Crown The Empire, Don Broco, Veil of Maya, Intervals, Volumes, Hail The Sun and more (www.dgdswanfest.com for more information and tickets).

Tickets for the newly announced dates are on-sale this Friday, Jan. 11 at 10 am local time.

Periphery released Periphery III: Select Difficulty in the Summer of 2016. The 11-track release earned the band their first Grammy nomination, with a nod in the “Best Metal Performance” for the album opener “The Price Is Wrong.” Periphery is Jake Bowen, Matt Halpern, Mark Holcomb, Misha Mansoor and Spencer Sotelo.