Armor For Sleep spark 15-year anniversary tour theory with cryptic video

A static-filled teaser video is stirring tour rumours.

February 22, 2020
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It’s been five years since the last Armor For Sleep show but it looks like the band could be up to something again.

The band posted a cryptic static-filled video clip with a silhouette of the suit-wearing man on their 2005 record What to Do When You Are Dead along with the number 15 creeping over the top of it.

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The band broke up initially back in 2009 after being inactive for over a year. They then reunited for a handful of shows in 2012 following a reunion set at Bamboozle Fest.

Then in 2015, they returned for a 10-year anniversary tour for What to Do When You Are Dead after some teasing before an official announcement.

Now, they’re back it again with a cryptic video posted to their website. You can watch the clip below.


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A lot of fans are theorizing they’ll be making a 15-year anniversary tour announcement for the record soon enough.

One crafty Twitter user took the time to look at the code for the website to stir up more potential theories about the band’s teasing.

What do you think the Armor For Sleep teaser clip will lead to? Let us know your theories in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt