Of Mice & Men Guest On Kayzo & Yultron’s “Night Terror”

Of Mice & Men have guested on Kayzo and Yultron’s new collaborative track “Night Terror.” Drummer Tino Arteaga commented:

“‘Night Terror‘, to me, describes the vulnerability of our minds and the overwhelming sense of terror that can sneak into our thoughts when we lay awake at night. We all know that feeling and I think this song really shows how irrepressible those feelings can become sometimes.”

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Of Mice & Men Premiere “Mushroom Cloud” Music Video

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new video for their new song “Mushroom Cloud.” You can check that out below:

Aaron Pauley commented:

“I was pretty young when I became aware of the danger of spending too much time in my own head. My mind has never been a safe place for me to retreat to, and it’s something I have to consciously deal with on a daily basis. ‘Mushroom Cloud’ is our visceral representation of how it feels to be trapped, how it feels to be cut down by your own inner voice, how it feels to have nowhere to hide, and how it feels to be someone with a mind that’s as dangerous to themselves as the aftermath of an atomic weapon.”

Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley Cleared To Resume Touring After Having Surgery To Remove Precancerous Tissue

Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley has revealed that he recently underwent surgery to remove precancerous tissue from his body. The frontman has since been cleared to resume touring and will be returning to the stage at the So What Festival on April 27. Pauley commented:

“Got the call from my doctor following up with results from my surgery. It was a success! All of the precancerous tissue was completely removed, and I get my stitches out on the 24th, meaning I’m officially cleared to return to the road for our first show back on the 27th!”

Of Mice & Men Cancel More Dates After Aaron Pauley Undergoes Surgery

Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley recently had to undergo surgery for an undisclosed medial issue. As a result, the band will be missing the initial dates of their tour with Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, and Dead American. They will return to the stage at the So What Festival on April 27.

The group commented:

“On Monday, April 8th, Aaron became aware of a medical issue requiring immediate surgery. The surgery was performed yesterday without incident, and the issue is currently being evaluated.

He has been advised that the absolute minimum recovery time is two weeks from today. Therefore we’re sorry to report that we have no choice but to cancel the start of our dates with Beartooth.

As it currently stands, we will now be starting the tour at So What Festival in Houston on April 27.
-OM&M”

UPDATE: Pauley has since discussed the situation further:

Of Mice & Men Cancel Immediate Shows

Of Mice & Men have cancelled their shows in Flagstaff, Grand Junction, Lakewood, and Syracuse due to a “medical situation.” You can find a post from the band regarding that below. This news comes after Aaron Pauley was previously hospitalized with a health scare last month. However, it is unknown if the current situation is related to that.

Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley Cleared To Perform Following Health Scare

Of Mice & Men were forced to cancel their show in Hartford, CT last night (March 11) after Aaron Pauley was hospitalized due to a health scare. The bassist/vocalist has since been released and cleared to perform, but he did say it was “one of the scariest days of [his] life.” Pauley tweeted the following:

Of Mice & Men Premiere “How To Survive” Music Video, Announce Spring Headlining Shows

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new video for their song “How To Survive.” To celebrate the video release, the band have also launched pre-orders for a limited edition “Civil Disruption: Survival Kit” flexi disc vinyl box set. Aaron Pauley commented:

“We’re excited to debut our new video for ‘How To Survive,’ which we worked on with director Zev Deans. Together, we we’re able to bring the visual and story elements of this song to fruition… and more is to come!”

In other news the group have also announced some spring headlining shows:

04/08 Flagstaff, AZ – The Green Room
04/09 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater
04/12 Lakewood, OH – The Foundry
04/13 Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
05/03 Johnson City, TN – Capone’s
05/10 Wilmington, DE – The Queen
05/17 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
05/18 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
05/19 Lubbock, TX – Jake’s Sports Bar

The band are currently on tour with Nothing More, Badflower and Palisades and will soon be hitting the road with Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, etc.. Pauley said the following about their touring schedule:

“We’re so excited to be on the road, playing our songs live for our fans, all around the world. Having just recently completed our sixth album, we’re ready to reconnect with our fans face to face and are ready to go places we’ve never been before, delivering our brand of rock and metal to the masses.”