The Gaslight Anthem to play the House of Blues

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The Gaslight Anthem have announced plans for a fall tour in support of their forthcoming album, Get Hurt. The pride of New Jersey, who rocked Boston’s City Hall Plaza this past weekend, will return to the Hub for a show at the House of Blues on Tuesday, September 16. Tickets for the concert, which will also feature special guests Against Me!, will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation for $32 and $45.

Get Hurt, The Gaslight Anthem’s fifth studio effort and follow-up to 2012’s Handwritten, will hit stores on August 19. The new album was recorded at the legendary Blackbird Studios in Nashville with producer Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, The 1975). According to a press release announcing the new release, “Get Hurt sees The Gaslight Anthem pushing their raw, stripped back rock ‘n’ roll into new territory, drawing on a fresh palette of influences ranging across folk, punk, and Americana. It is an album that is heavier, and yet at the same time more intimate, than anything they have produced to date.”

Fans can get a first taste of Get Hurt with the trailer streaming below, which features a clip of the new song “Stay Vicious”.

Against Me! continue to tour in support of their new album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues. The band’s sixth full-length studio effort and follow-up to 2011’s Black Crosses was released in January. It debuted at #23 on the Billboard 200, the band’s highest charting position in its 15+ year history. The album is the band’s first since frontwoman Laura Jane Grace, born Tom Gabel, came out as transgender in 2012.

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