Wednesday, July 20, 2011
*It's been a long time coming but the first ever Book Scary Monsters release will be available via our webstore from next week!
The 40 page paperback from Shoes And Socks Off entitled Dot Dot Dot And Other Works comprises of over 50 Shoes And Socks Off, Meet Me In St Louis and other song lyrics by Tobias Hayes, some including copies of the original scribbles and notes! And that's not all... The book comes with a free bookmark which contains a link to download 'Road Demos', a 10 track collection of new demos recorded all over Europe during SASO's tour with Tubelord. Many of these songs will feature on the next album, due out this Autumn.
Pick the book up from any of the live dates with Hymns, tonight in London or via http://www.bsmrocks.com/shop next week.
*[theprp.com] Former Isis keyboardist, etc. Bryant Clifford Meyer has done a track by track rundown sharing his thoughts on the groups soon to be digitally re-released live offering, “Live V“. The digital reissue has been earmarked for a July 26th release, while you can check out what he had to say regarding it over at Altpress.com.
*[theprp.com] According to numerous venue listings, Thrice will be supported by Kylesa, Moving Mountains and O’Brother on their newly announced fall tour.
*[theprp.com] The Eagles Of Death Metal frontman Jesse “The Devil” Hughes will head to Europe in September for a handful of shows in support of his Boots Electric solo project. Those dates can be found below while the debut Boots Electric release “Honkey Kong” will hit stores on September 20th through Dangerbird Records.
09/13 Berlin, GER – Lido
09/15 Amsterdam, NET – Paradiso
09/16 Paris, FRA – Nouveau Casino
09/17 Antwerp, BEL – Trix Club
09/19 London, UK – XOYO
*Another new release available to pre-order from next week is Rosa Valle's debut EP, 'Holy Bermuda', which Big Scary Monsters are putting out with Holy Roar. If you've yet to check this band out but are into Meet Me In St Louis, Blakfish, Rolo Tomassi, Throats or pretty much any band either label has worked with, you should definitely check this lot out. Despite only having formed last year they're one of the most exciting new bands around right now and will soon be announcing a LOT of tour dates, which are definitely worth catching. More info and news coming Monday...
Posted by Dan Goldin at 5:17 PM