Have Mercy to Play The End March 18 with A Will Away & Daisyhead

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Still hitting the road after almost two years of touring in support of their sophomore effort A Place of Our Own, Maryland’s Have Mercy have announced a string of shows with emo cohorts A Will Away in March on their route to Texas’s So What Fest. On March 18, the two bands will perform at The End with opening support from Nashville’s own Daisyhead. Excluding 2015’s Warped Tour, this is Have Mercy’s first Nashville show in quite some time, but they have plenty of new music to make it well worth the wait. Tickets are on sale NOW and you can snag one here for $12. After you’ve done that, stream “Collider” from Have Mercy’s latest 7-inch and check out a full list of tour dates below!

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Bane to Play Final Nashville Show April 22 at The End w/ Expire & Down To Nothing

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If you’ve got any blood left to give, now is the time. After 20 years and countless “final” shows, long-running and influential Massachusetts hardcore outfit Bane are calling it quits as a band for real, with one last tour featuring a stop at The End on April 24. The show will feature support from Expire and Down To Nothing with any additional openers to be announced later. Tickets are on sale right now, and you can (must) pick one up here for $18. If you need any extra convincing, you can check out Bane’s music video for “Final Backward Glance” and a full list of tour dates after the jump!

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Catch Free Throw, Young & Heartless, Daisyhead, & Sinai Vessel | TONIGHT @ The End

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After announcing a tour and then keeping quiet for the holidays (the last month or so), Nashville beer-loving emo kings Free Throw are coming out of the gate at a full sprint. Heading out on a month-long stint across the U.S. with Young & Heartless, the tour kick-off show is tonight, Jan. 7 at The End, with Daisyhead and Sinai Vessel opening up. You can snag a ticket here, or, if you’re not the buying in advance type, at the door for $12.

This isn’t Free Throw’s first tour, or even their first one headlining. Still, every emo kid in Nashville knows that it’s another big step for the band,  who were opening tiny shows at defunct DIY space The Owl Farm just two years ago. Find out more about Free Throw and the rest of the lineup after the jump!

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Citizen & Turnover to Play Exit/In April 5 with Sorority Noise & Milk Teeth

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Things have been relatively quiet for a couple of weeks, with a slowdown on show announcements over the holidays. But now it’s a new year, everyone is rested up, and the announcements are flowin’ baby! For the first time since last year’s Warped Tour, Citizen are returning to Nashville to play Exit/In on April 5, a co-headlining outing with Turnover which also includes very special guests Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth. 

While Turnover and Sorority Noise both came to town recently, this is Nashville’s first time getting to really experience Citizen since their latest effort, Everybody Is Going To Heaven. The show is 18+, and though tickets don’t go up for sale until Monday, Jan. 11 at 10 a.m. CST here, you can snag special pre-sale tickets right now. While you count down the days until April, check out Citizen’s video for the beautiful and haunting “Yellow Love,” and peep a full list of dates after the jump!

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Knocked Loose W/ Orthodox, Heretic, & More Perform Tonight @ Café Coco

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It’s been a few months since Knocked Loose came to town, and we were all starting to get a bit worried about them. But not to fear, they are back tonight to do their thing at Café Coco with a bunch of bands, both local and out of state. Forerunners of Nashville hardcore, Orthodox are in direct support, as well as Dallas metal act Hereticwho just dropped their debut album. Opening up this bill are Pittsburg heavy hitters Varials, as well as Nashville’s own Debris, for whom this is their EP release show. Doors to the back stage at Café Coco open at 7 pm, and everyone is welcome as long as they’ve got $10. Find out more about the bands after the break!

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