After spending the summer on stage with the traveling Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival, the Florida-based heavy metal band Trivium is ready to launch its...

After spending the summer on stage with the traveling Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival, the Florida-based heavy metal band Trivium is ready to launch its own headlining venture for North America.

The lengthy “Into the Mouth of Hell We Tour” schedule kicks off with a September 11 concert at The Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale, NY, and concludes December 13 at Club Firestone in Orlando, FL. The 63-date itinerary spans three months and hits markets from coast-to-coast across the United States and Canada.

In the states, highlights are a September 25 concert at Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR; an October 6 show at Emo’s in Austin, TX; a November 5 performance at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York, NY; a November 17 set at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL; and a December 5 event at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK.

North of the border, nine concerts are on the books and interspersed throughout the late-year run. Featured stops include an early September 16 set at Cowboy Bar in Guelph, ON, as well as later engagements on November 9 at Medley in Montreal, QC, and November 24 at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC.

Tickets for some of the early dates of the tour are already available for sale to the general public. The next rounds of sales will open September 8 and continue through the end of the week for later stops on the 2009 North American itinerary.

15 for $15 with Napster!Whitechapel and Dirge Within are scheduled to support the full run of the tour, from its opening in September through its mid-December close. Darkest Hour is also on the bill for the tour’s first leg, which ends October 12 at The National in Richmond, VA. Chimaira will pick up opening duties for the second round of dates, which begins October 29 at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA.

Trivium is wrapping up its touring campaign for the group’s fourth studio album, “Shogun.” Released in September 2008, the effort earned the band its highest position on the Billboard 200 with a debut at No. 23.

“Our live show, without a doubt in my mind, is now the strongest it has ever been; our sets are more diverse, tighter than ever and we’ve got some of the sickest current metal bands out with us to bring you one hell of a tour,” said Trivium’s lead vocalist and guitarist Matt Heafy in a statement. “This very well could be the last one for a while, so let’s do this in style.”

Trivium itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 11Farmingdale, NYThe Crazy Donkey
September 12Allentown, PACrocodile Rock Cafe
September 13Buffalo, NYThe Town Ballroom
September 14Cleveland, OHHouse of Blues
September 16Guelph, ONCowboy Bar
September 17Cincinnati, OHBogart’s
September 18Grand Rapids, MIOrbit Room
September 19Milwaukee, WIThe Rave Eagles Club
September 20Fargo, NDThe Hub Entertainment Destination
September 21Des Moines, IAPeople’s
September 23Murray, UTMurray Theater
September 24Missoula, MTWilma Theatre
September 25Portland, ORWonder Ballroom
September 26Spokane, WAKnitting Factory Concert House
September 28Chico, CASenator Theatre
September 29Santa Cruz, CAThe Catalyst
October 1Pomona, CAGlass House
October 2Ventura, CAMajestic Ventura Theatre
October 3Las Vegas, NVHouse of Blues
October 5Oklahoma City, OKDiamond Ballroom
October 6Austin, TXEmo’s
October 7Corpus Christi, TXConcrete Street Amphitheater
October 9Charleston, SCMusic Farm
October 10Fayetteville, NCJesters Pub
October 11Asheville, NCThe Orange Peel
October 12Richmond, VAThe National
October 29Atlanta, GAThe Masquerade
October 30Jacksonville, NCHooligans Music Hall
October 31Towson, MDRecher Theatre
November 1Norfolk, VANorVa
November 3Clifton Park, NYNorthern Lights
November 5New York, NYFillmore New York at Irving Plaza
November 6Worcester, MAThe Palladium
November 7Philadelphia, PATheatre of the Living Arts
November 8Hartford, CTWebster Theater
November 9Montreal, QCMedley
November 10Quebec City, QCImperial Du Quebec
November 12Toronto, ONSound Academy
November 13Pontiac, MIClutch Cargo’s
November 14Columbus, OHNewport Music Hall
November 15Rochester, NYWater St. Music Hall
November 17Chicago, ILHouse of Blues
November 18Minneapolis, MNThe Cabooze
November 19Winnipeg, MBPyramid Cabaret
November 20Saskatoon, SKThe Odeon
November 21Edmonton, ABEdmonton Event Centre
November 22Calgary, ABMacEwan Hall Ballroom
November 24Vancouver, BCCommodore Ballroom
November 25Seattle, WAShowbox at the Market
November 27San Francisco, CAWarfield Theatre
November 28Hollywood, CAHollywood Palladium
November 30Tempe, AZThe Marquee
December 1Albuquerque, NMSunshine Theatre
December 2Englewood, COGothic Theatre
December 3Kansas City, MOBeaumont Club
December 4Sauget, ILPop’s
December 5Tulsa, OKCain’s Ballroom
December 6Dallas, TXHouse of Blues
December 7Houston, TXHouse of Blues
December 8San Antonio, TXWhite Rabbit
December 10Saint Petersburg, FLThe State Theatre
December 11Fort Lauderdale, FLCulture Room
December 12Orlando, FLClub Firestone