Tuesday, October 13, 2009
ISIS have checked in with an update regarding "Tours, Videos, Bike Rides and more..."
"In a weeks time we'll be heading out for our first full European tour in support of Wavering Radiant. The break has been a nice and productive one, but we're looking forward to getting out there and playing, seeing some old friends and familiar places, and even some new ones. There's 40 shows scheduled for this tour, the most we've ever done in a single tour. It's going to be epic. We hope you'll join us!
The video for "20 minutes/ 40 years" is slowly making it's way to the public. As a teaser, we've attached some pictures from the filming of James Rienhart, the main character in his civilian clothes, and Matt Santoro, the director. These give a slight glimpse into what's in store without giving away too much. Enjoy.
Some time in the next week or so the ISIS webstore should have a whole mess of new goods available for any interested parties out there. We'll will finally have the European pressing of "Wavering Radiant" on 2xLP available through the store, as well as new T-shirt and sweatshirt designs from our last US tour, and re-stocks on some items long unavailable, etc. We'll make an announcement as soon as all the stuff goes up as will our web store comrades at BCD.
Also of interest is the latest good news on our "LIVE V : Oceanic Live in London" recording. We'll have the CD version available from the outset of the EU/UK tour and the 2xLP version about halfway through. The vinyl will be available from Viva Hate Records directly around mid November and we'll have the CD version available through our webstore in December after our return from tour.
A few other ISIS related items:
Aaron Harris has landed an endorsement with Sonor drums. He will be playing a new S Classix (Scandinavian Birch) Kit in Walnut Roots on the upcoming tour.
Aaron also rode 100 miles as part of a blog that Bernie Romanowski from Cable has been writing for Decibel Magazine . The blog is about music, cycling, and whatever else Bernie chooses to discuss. You can read about Aaron's ride HERE!
Posted by Dan Goldin at 1:55 PM