Murder City Devils, Old 97's, Jets to Brazil, Genaside II ...

Put on your dancin' shoes, the Murder City Devils are back on tour for the next few months, with more March and April dates to be announced. Along for the ride are the Catheters (through February) and American Steel (March 8–16). Murder City Devils' third full-length album, In Name and Blood, is due June 6, on Sub Pop.

Murder City Devils tour dates:

Feb. 10; Lake Tahoe, Nev.; Pata Place

Feb. 11; Pomona, Calif.; Glass House

Feb. 12; West Hollywood, Calif.; Troubadour

Feb. 14; San Diego, Calif.; Che Café

Feb. 15; Santa Cruz, Calif.; Downtown VFW Hall

Feb. 16; San Francisco, Calif.; Bottom of the Hill

Feb. 17; Chico, Calif.; Blue Room

March 3; Seattle, Wash.; Crocodile Cafe (with Zeke, Catheters, Valintine Killers)

March 4; Portland, Ore.; Crystal Ballroom (with Zeke)

March 8; Boise, Idaho; TBA

March 9; Salt Lake City, Utah; DV8

March 10; Denver, Colo.; 15th St. Tavern

March 13; El Paso, Texas; Headquarter Records

March 15; Houston, Texas; TBA

March 16; Dallas, Texas; Club Clearview

March 17; Austin, Texas; Emo's — SUB POP SXSW Showcase

March 20; Cleveland, Ohio; Euclid Tavern

March 23; Detroit, Mich.; TBA

March 25; Chicago, Ill.; Fireside Bowl with Hot Water Music

March 26; Green Bay, Wis.; Concert Cafe

Austin, Texas, twangcore-turned-pop-rockers Old 97's are on the road again, playing dates across the eastern half of the States, with pop band Death Ray Davies (through February). Old 97's' third full-length album, Fight Songs, was released in July.

Old 97's tour dates:

Feb. 4; Atlanta, Ga.; Variety Playhouse

Feb. 5; Athens, Ga.; 40 Watt Club

Feb. 7; Carrboro, N.C.; Cat's Cradle

Feb. 8; Washington, D.C.; 9:30 Club

Feb. 9; Baltimore, Md.; Fletcher's

Feb. 10; Philadelphia, Pa.; Theatre of Living Arts

Feb. 11; New York, N.Y.; Irving Plaza

Feb. 12; Boston, Mass.; Paradise Rock Club

Feb. 14; Lexington, Ky.; Lynagh's

March 4; Dallas, Texas; Trees

Resistance is futile — Jets to Brazil will captivate you with their energetic punk-pop during a short U.S. excursion with the Americans. The Jets released their debut album, Orange Rhyming Dictionary, in 1998.

Jets to Brazil tour dates:

Feb. 4; Washington, D.C.; Black Cat

Feb. 5; Chapel Hill, N.C.; Cats Cradle

Feb. 7; Athens, Ga.; 40 Watt Club

Feb. 8; Tampa, Fla.; State Theater

Feb. 9; Orlando, Fla.; Sapphire Supper Club

Feb. 10; Gainesville, Fla.; Covered Dish

Feb. 11; Columbia, S.C.; New Brookland Tavern

Feb. 12; Richmond, Va.; Twisters

Feb. 13; New York, N.Y.; Bowery Ballroom

British electronic-rock duo Genaside II are storming the States this month, on the road with industrial dance-rockers Lords of Acid and Belgian studio wizard Praga Khan. Genaside II's debut, Ad Finite (Sept. 21), was the first release on trip-hop innovator Tricky's Durban Poison label.

Genaside II tour dates:

Feb. 4; Chicago, Ill.; Vic Theatre

Feb. 5; Milwaukee, Wis.; Modjeska Theatre

Feb. 7; St. Louis, Mo.; Mississippi Nights

Feb. 8; Cincinnati, Ohio; Bogart's

Feb. 9; Cleveland, Ohio; Odeon Concert Club

Feb. 11; Pontiac, Mich.; Clutch Cargo

Feb. 12; Columbus, Ohio; Newport Music Hall

Feb. 13; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Orbit Room

Feb. 15; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Metropol

Feb. 16; Rochester, N.Y.; Harro East

Feb. 17; New York, N.Y.; Irving Plaza

Feb. 18; Boston, Mass.; Roxy

Feb. 20; Providence, R.I.; Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

Feb. 21; Philadelphia, Pa.; Trocadero

Feb. 22; Washington, D.C.; 9:30 Club

Feb. 24; Knoxville, Tenn.; Electric Ballroom

Feb. 25; Atlanta, Ga.; Masquerade

Feb. 26; New Orleans, La.; Howlin' Wolf

Feb. 27; Houston, Texas; Numbers

Feb. 29; Dallas, Texas; Deep Ellum Live