Massachusetts-based post-rock sextet Caspian have announced the release of their new full-length record and follow-up to 2012’s Waking Season. The new Matt Bayles-produced offering will bear the title Dust and Disquiet and will be released on September 25 via Triple Crown Records. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
In support of the record’s release, the band will be embarking on a Fall North American headlining tour. Experimental screamo outfit Circle Takes the Square will provide support on most dates of the trek. Those dates can be found after the break.
Finally, Noisey premiered the first single from Dust and Disquiet, “Sad Heart of Mine”. That track can be streamed after the break as well.
Seattle’s drone rock titans Earth has booked a new East Coast tour in support of their 2014 album, Primitive and Deadly. The trek will commence on July 18 in Portland and will conclude on September 11 in Urbane, Illinois at the Ellnora Guitar Festival. Holy Sons will provide support on a majority of the dates. As an added bonus, Brett Netson (Built to Spill) will provide second guitar for the band on August 22 through the 28. The touring schedule can be found below.
South Carolina experimental punks Burnt Books have announced a string of US tour dates that will early next month. The tour officially kicks off next Thursday, July 1, in Asheville, North Carolina and will conclude on July 17 in Atlanta. This will be the fist time the group has toured the West Coast. Those tour dates can be found after the break.
The band’s newest effort, Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire, is available now via Retro Futurist Records. A stream of the record can be found below.
Psychedelic doom kings The Atlas Moth have announced a string of headlining US tour dates in support of their most recent effort, The Old Believer. The trek will commence on August 6 and extend through August 27 and will see the band supported by the likes of Vattnet Viskar and Atriarch. Check out the schedule after the break.
Texas crossover outfit Power Trip have announced a new string of East Coast and West Coast tour dates. The trek will commence on July 26 and will extend through August 15 and will include an appearance at “This Is Hardcore” in Philadelphia. Check out the touring schedule after the break.
Canadian bass and drum duo Greber (The Great Sabatini, Fuck the Facts) have announced a new string of Quebec/Ontario tour dates. The trek will run from July 19 to July 25 and will be in support of the group’s recently pressed, 2014 full-length, Kiln Hardened Psalms. Those dates can be found after the break as well as a stream of the aforementioned album.
Chelsea Wolfe has announced a string of North American tour dates in support of her forthcoming full-length, Abyss, which is due out on August 7 via Sargent House. The new trek will commence on August 27 in Las Vegas and will conclude on October 2 in Bellingham, Washington. Support will be provided by Wovenhand (ex-16 Horsepower, etc) on select stops on the tour. You can check out the touring schedule as well as the new track “Carrion Flowers” after the break.
After their tour with The Mountain Goats was cut short due to an injury sustained by drummer Kelly Johnston-Gibson, Ides of Gemini have announced that they will return to the road again to further support their 2014 release, Old World New Wave. Early next month, the band will play a set of shows alongside experimental kings Oxbow, Crucialfest in Salt Lake City and the Demon Lung record release show in Las Vegas. Ex-Black Math Horseman drummer Sash Popovic will be filling in for Johnston-Gibson for the show dates. Then starting July 14, the band will be joined by Clay Rendering for a new handful of shows. Guitarist J. Bennett issued the following statement:
“After the disappointment of having to drop off the Mountain Goats tour last month, we’re looking forward to getting out on the road again. Unfortunately, Kelly’s injury is still healing so she won’t be able to join us for the June shows with Oxbow and Demon Lung or our appearance at Cruficalfest in Salt Lake. The good news is that our friend Sash Popovic, formerly of [singer/bassist] Sera’s [Timms] old band, Black Math Horseman, will be filling in for those. He’s a killer drummer and a great guy, so we’re very thankful that he’s agreed to help us out. If all goes according to plan, Kelly should be back in action for the July run with Clay Rendering.”
You can check out the touring schedule after the break.
As their 30th anniversary draws near, Neurosis will be embarking on a summer North American tour, their most extensive in almost 15 years. The band will be joined by Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth (Tad, etc) on most dates and additional support will come from The Body and Sumac on select dates. The trek will also include an appearance at Heavy Montreal Festival alongside Meshuggah, Gorguts and others. You can check out the dates after the break.
Industrial metal kings Godflesh have announced a string of fall North American tour dates in support of their critically-lauded album of 2014, A World Lit Only By Fire. The tour will commence on September 11 and extend through October 3. Experimental noise artist Prurient, who will be supporting the recently released Frozen Niagara Falls, will be providing accompanying the band on all stops. Those dates can be found below.