The hardcore band is hitting the road for the No Mercy No Surrender Tour 2015 across the US Mid-West and South, and Mexico.

New York based Sworn Enemy is announcing a new tour to begin on April 07. Dubbed the No Mercy No Surrender Tour 2015, the band will be playing shows across the US and Mexico starting in Charleston, SC. The tour will wrap on May 01 when the band plays the last show in Providence, RI.

Sworn Enemy is touring to support Living on Borrowed Time (Rock Ridge Music/ADA) their latest album, which is scheduled to hit store shelves on May 13 just after the end of the tour.

Joining Sworn Enemy in support will be Wretched (Victory Records), Dark Sermon (Goodfight Music), and Hammer Fight.

No Mercy No Surrender Tour 2015 Dates:
April 07 – Charleston, SC @ Upstairs @ Joe’s Pasta
April 08 – Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
April 09 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Spanish Moon
April 10 – Corpus Christi, TX @ Boozers
April 11 – McAllen, TX @ Metropolis
April 12 – Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room & Garage
April 15 – Guadalajara, MX @ Calle 2
April 18 – Mexico City, MX @ Circo Volador
April 19 – San Luis Potosí, MX @ Bunker
April 21 – Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
April 22 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Adrenaline
April 23 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Bar Deluxe
April 24 – Colorado Springs, CO @ The Flux Capacitor
April 25 – Hays, KS @ Singers
April 26 – Crest Hill, IL @ Bada Brew
April 27 – Toledo, OH @ Iggy’s
April 28 – Saginaw, MI @ Counter Culture
April 29 – Cleveland, OH @ The Foundry
April 30 – Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joes
May 01 – Providence, RI @ Firehouse 13

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Dave Ball has spent most of his life in the Detroit West Side area. Music has always been a passion for him, playing in bands on Bass and working as a promoter. He also has experience as a Guitar and Bass tech for notable Detroit acts such as Agent Fury and The Meanies. His current work as a writer and photographer has extended his role as Managing Editor of National Rock Review.

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