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Planes Mistaken For Stars reissuing ‘Mercy’ through Deathwish

Planes Mistaken For Stars will be re-releasing a newly mastered version of their 2006 album, Mercy, on July 14 via Deathwish. Pre-order information will be announced shortly.

Read more: Planes Mistaken For Stars announce reunion tour, new album

The band were originally together from 1999 to 2006, before amicably splitting in 2007. They have since reconvened in 2012 and have been working on new music, due to surface on Deathwish sometime in the future.

Additionally, they will be heading out on tour this summer. You can check out dates below.

Watch a testimonial video on the impact of Planes Mistaken For Stars and Mercy, featuring Ryan of Coliseum, Nate of Converge, and Jeremy of Touche Amore:

Tour dates:

7/15: Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary 
7/16: Pittsburgh, PA @ Howlers
7/17: Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
7/18: Asbury Park , NJ Asbury Lanes
7/19: Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus
7/21: Cambridge, MA @ Middle East upstairs
7/22: Washington D.C. @ DC9
7/23: Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
7/24: Help? (email: g_planes@hotmail.com)
7/25: Help? (email: g_planes@hotmail.com)
7/26: Gainesville, FL @ the Atlantic
7/27: St. Augustine, FL @ Nobbys
7/28: Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
7/30: Cincinnati, OH @ North Side Yacht Club
7/31: Chicago, IL @ Fizz