Mogwai: Press Kits Will Never Die, But You Will...

I don’t mean to come off like a press release, but I will anyway. Mogwai’s new album, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will is out and will stream online for a week starting today. In the meantime, check out some MP3s and a few videos, (the urban-centric “Mexican Grand Prix” is particularly fascinating), and some tour dates. All the info is courtesy of Sub Pop.

Mogwai’s Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will out today, February 15th, 2011
Stream entire record now + US Tour Date

Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, Mogwai’s seventh album, is officially available starting today February 15 at your local record and digital store. You can stream to the bands entire record for the next week by clicking here.

Mogwai will be bringing their ear blasting live show to the states beginning on April 19 in Washington DC. Please see below for a full list of shows.

MP3 “Rano Pano”
MP3 “San Pedro”
Video "Mexican Grand Prix"
Video "How To Be A Werewolf"

For more information on Mogwai, please visit:

Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will tracklisting:

White Noise
Mexican Grand Prix
Rano Pano
Death Rays
San Pedro
Letters To The Metro
George Square Thatcher Death Party
How To Be A Werewolf
Too Raging To Cheers
You're Lionel Richie

Mogwai are: Dominic Aitchison, Stuart Braithwaite, Martin Bulloch, Barry Burns and John Cummings.


Feb 15: Olympia Theatre, Dublin ( 719 300)
Feb 17: Bournemouth O2 Academy ( 2000)
Feb 18: Cardiff University ( 02920 230130)
Feb 19: Bristol O2 Academy ( 0870 4444400)
Feb 20: Leeds O2 Academy ( 0844 477 2000)
Feb 21: Edinburgh Picture House ( 0871 220 0260)
Feb 23: The Regal, Oxford (
Feb 24: Birmingham Institute ( 3333, 1000, 0843 221 0100)
Feb 25: Brixton O2 Academy London ( 264 3333, 734 8932, 477 1000)
Feb 26: Manchester Academy ( 0870 264 3333, 0844 888 9991)
Feb 27: The Sage Gateshead ( 4661)
Mar 6: Mousonturm, Frankfurt, Germany
Mar 7: Backstage, Munich, Germany
Mar 8: WuK, Vienna, Austria (
Mar 9: Estragon, Bologna, Italy (
Mar 10: Alcatraz, Milan, Italy (
Mar 11: Rote Fabrik, Zurich, Switzerland (
Mar 13: Den Atelier, Luxemborg (
Mar 14: Stollwerck, Cologne, Germany
Mar 15: Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland (
Mar 17: Trianon, Paris, France
Mar 18: Aeronef, Lille, France
Mar 19: La Laterie, Strasbourg, France
Mar 20: Transbordeur, Lyon, France
Mar 21: Theatre Lino Ventura, Nice, France
Mar 22: Le Bikini, Toulouse, France
Mar 24: Rockschool Barbey, Bordeaux, France
Mar 25: BBC, Caen, France
Mar 26: AB, Brussels, Belgium (
Mar 28: Gruenspan, Hamburg, Germany
Mar 29: Postbahnhof, Berlin, Germany
Mar 30: Cpoenhagen, Denmark
Mar 31: Aarhus, Denmark
Apr 1: Tradgarn, Gothenburg, Sweden
Apr 2: Rockefeller, Oslo, Norway (
Apr 3: Debaser Medis, Stockholm, Sweden
Apr 5: Tavastia, Helsinki, Finland (

Apr 19: 9.30 Club, Washington DC
Apr 20: Starlight Ballroom, Philadelphia
Apr 21: Webster Hall, New York
Apr 22: Webstar Hall, New York
Apr 23: Paradise Rock Club, Boston
Apr 25: Olympia Theater, Montreal
Apr 26: Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto
Apr 27: Mr. Smalls Theatre, Pittsburgh
Apr 28: St. Andrews Hall, Detroit
Apr 29: Metro, Chicago
Apr 30: Slowdown, Omaha
May 2: Bluebird Theater, Denver
May 3: In The Venue, Salt Lake City
May 5: Wonder Ballroom, Portland
May 6: Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver
May 7: Showbox at the Market, Seattle
May 9: Regency Ballroom, San Francisco
May 10: Mayan Theater, Los Angeles
May 11: Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach
May 13: Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque
May 15: Granada Theatre, Dallas
May 16: Stubbs Waller Creek, Austin
May 17: Warehouse Live, Houston
May 19: Workplay Theater, Birmingham
May 20: Center Stage, Atlanta

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