Mute Math to play the House of Blues

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Electro rockers Mute Math will hit the road this fall for a nationwide tour that will make its way to Boston’s House of Blues on Thursday, November 12. Tickets are no on sale through Ticketmaster for $22 and $29.

For $59, Mute Math fans get purchase a VIP packages which includes a concert ticket along with a "first-in-line" pass to the show, a digital version of their forthcoming album Armistice and b-sides, a limited edition "Armistice" t-shirt, a limited edition signed "Armistice" lithograph, and access to an exclusive listening party to hear Armistice in its entirety before its release.

The band will be touring in support of their highly anticipated sophomore release, Armistice, which is scheduled to be released on August 18.& The album was produced by Dennis Herring (Elvis Costello, Modest Mouse) and was recorded in their hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana and Oxford, Mississippi. A pair of Armistice tunes – "Nerve" and "Spotlight" – are currently streaming on the bands MySpace page.

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