Hed to Head Tour II

Hed to Head Tour II

Modesto California’s BETTER LEFT UNSAID are gearing up for their longest tour to date.
Starting April 15th in Agoura Hills, CA BETTER LEFT UNSAID will be taking part in the
“HED 2 HEAD Tour II” featuring HED PE and Mushroomhead. The tour will tear across the
country and will wrap up on June 10th in Los Angeles, CA at The Key Club. A complete
itinerary can be found below.

Drummer Brent Terry said the following about the upcoming tour:
“We are excited to be part of the Hed to Head Tour II, to have the ability to share the stage with
such incredible artists will be a highlight of our career thus far. We can’t thank everyone enough
for putting this tour together. We look forward to seeing everyone on the road soon.”

In addition to the upcoming tour, BETTER LEFT UNSAID have confirmed two appearances for
this year’s SXSW Music Festival in Austin, TX. On Wednesday March 16th the band will be
appearing as part of the Red Gorilla Music Festival at The Blind Pig. They will also be
performing the following day as part of “Full Metal Texas” which will be held at Emo’s.

Aggressive, bold, and wicked describe the band BETTER LEFT UNSAID. These are strong
words for a band that started out in the small town of Modesto, CA in 2003. BETTER LEFT
UNSAID’S years of hard work and DIY attitude has taken them across the United States
multiple times and brought them on stage with some of the best in the business. BETTER
LEFT UNSAID continues to raise the bar. The bands previous release “The Fight Within”, on
Stillborn Records, also had a video premier for the song “Testify” on Headbangers Ball. In the
spring of 2011, BETTER LEFT UNSAID will embark on one of their longest tours where they
will acquaint fans across the United States with their music that combines metal, thrash, and
hardcore with more brutality and agility than ever.

3/16: Red Gorilla Music Festival, The Blind Pig 8PM
3/17: Full Metal Texas, Emo’s 12PM – 6PM

4/15: The Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA
4/16: The Galaxy Theatre, Santa Ana, CA
4/17: Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA
4/19: The Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA
4/20: Studio Seven, Seattle, WA
4/21: The Knitting Factory, Boise, ID
4/22: The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT
4/23: The Summit Music Hall, Denver, CO
4/24: The Black Sheep, Colorado Springs, CO
4/26: Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE
4/27: The Cabooze Presents, Minneapolis, MN
4/28: People’s Court, Des Moines, IA
4/29: Pop’s Nightclub, St. Louis, MO
4/30: The Rave, Milwaukee, WI
5/1: Mojoe’s, Joliet, IL
5/2: Planet Live Music, Battle Creek, MI
5/4: The Intersection, Grand Rapids, MI
5/5: Peabody’s, Cleveland, OH
5/6: Al Rosa Villa, Columbus, OH
5/7: The Emerald Theatre, Mt. Clemens, MI
5/8: The Machine Shop, Flint, MI
5/10: McGuffy’s House of Rock, Dayton, OH
5/11: The Carriage House, Canton, OH
5/12: Altar Bar, Pittsburgh, PA
5/13: The Palladium, Worcester, MA
5/15: Club Texas, Aubern, ME
5/17: The Grammercy Theatre, NYC
5/18: Crocodile Rock, Allentown, PA
5/19: Jaxx, Springfield, VA (DC)
5/20: Hooligans Music Hall, Jacksonville, NC
5/21: The Rock Shop, Fayetteville, NC
5/22: Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte, NC
5/23: Arizona Pete’s, Greensboro, NC
5/25: Floyd’s Music Shop, Tallahassee, FL
5/26: State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL
5/27: Rain, Jacksonville, FL
5/28: Firestone Live, Orlando, FL
5/29: The Culture Room, Fort Lauderdale, FL
6/2:  Scout Bar, Houston, TX
6/3: Dos Amigos, Odessa, TX
6/4: Trees, Dallas, TX
6/5: Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque, NM
6/6: Top Deck, Farmington, NM
6/8: Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ
6/9: Rialto Theatre, Tucson, AZ
6/10: The Key Club, West Hollywood, CA

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