SiM on US Tour with 27 Shows

SiM US Tour 2023
The Japanese Crossover / Alternative Rock band SiM is currently hitting the stages in the US as main support during Post-Hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance’s The Jackpot Juicer US Tour—together with the further support bands Rain City Drive (Rock) and Slovenian Within Destruction (Deathcore). SiM, founded in 2004 in Kanagawa as Silence Iz Mine, are blending elements of Metal, Punk, Reggae, and more into their diverse sound, and have already been in the US for two shows last year.
This year’s The Jackpot Juicer US Tour started on 24th of August in Tempe, Arizona, and will end for SiM at the Swanfest 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 1st of October—after reaching up to 70,000 concertgoers during 27 of 30 tour stops, while Dance Gavin Dance are playing three more gigs. Meanwhile, SiM are highly anticipated back home by their Japanese fans with an album release and a full-scale headlining tour coming up soon.
The band’s 6th studio album PLAYDEAD is about to hit the shelves on 27th of September, released by Pony Canyon, which SiM signed at in 2022, in Japan and by UNFD internationally. PLAYDEAD will include 13 songs, including the band’s latest single release KISS OF DEATH as well as the three popular anime theme songs THE RUMBLING (Attack on Titan), UNDER THE TREE (Attack on Titan), and RED (Kengan Ashura).
SiM’s 6th studio album PLAYDEAD
SiM’s 6th studio album PLAYDEAD
To celebrate the new release to the fullest, SiM will disembark on their nation-wide “PLAYDEAD” WORLD TOUR SEASON 1 with 26 shows in two month from 24th of October to 22nd of December and 10 more concerts in March 2023. Seems like we can be exciting to see what else the band has up their sleeves for 2024 and whether we can look forward to a world tour season 2 overseas!

For further information on SiM touring the US please check SiM’s official website.

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Wanda Proft

The visionary and head of EN.CORE ROCKS. A devoted, multi-talented creative, music addict, enthusiastic traveler calling Tōkyō her second home, and explorer of contemporary as well as traditional culture of Japan. [Illustration: Lisa Röntsch]