Manic Street Preachers will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their album, The Holy Bible, with their first North American tour since 2009.

Kicking off in Washington, D.C., on April 20, the band will hit many major U.S. cities including New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. The band has been touring around the U.K. and bringing tracks from The Holy Bible, as well as rarities, to fans. And they hope to do the same in on this North American tour.

Ahead of the tour, the post-punk rockers dropped a deluxe edition of the record, The Holy Bible 20, last December, which features BBC recordings of the 1994 Astoria shows, a book that includes never before seen photos and images taken by Mitch Ikeda, handwritten lyrics and sleeve notes from Keith Cameron and notes from other band members. The box set also includes a 12" vinyl LP and four CDs, which feature a remastered U.S. edition of the album, B-sides, live mixes and a previously unreleased version of "Revol."

Manic Street Preachers are also releasing a special 12" vinyl picture disc version of The Holy Bible for Record Store Day on April 18.

See the dates below to see when they're coming to a city near you. Tickets are on sale now -- you pick up yours through the band's website.

Manic Street Preachers The Holy Bible Tour
April 20 -- Washington D.C. -- 9:30 Club
April 23 -- New York City -- Webster Hall
April 24 -- Boston -- Sinclair
April 27 -- Toronto -- Danforth
April 29 -- Chicago -- Metro
May 2 -- Los Angeles -- Fonda