Experimental tormenters, The Body, toured earlier this year with drone band, Braveyoung. A clip of their collaborative performance of "Song One," now the obviously titled opener to their upcoming new album, Nothing Passes, was sent along with information regarding the album and tour dates by Earsplit PR.
Nothing Passes will be released via At A Loss Recordings.
THE BODY & BRAVEYOUNG:
At A Loss Recordings Confirms Collaborative Album And Tour
At A Loss Recordings have confirmed an collaborative full-length release
between Rhode Island's apocalyptic noise/doom duo THE BODY and North
Carolina's orchestral/drone rock harbingers BRAVEYOUNG.
With both bands having already performed live together multiple times,
including a mini-tour earlier this year where the members of both THE
BODY and BRAVEYOUNG performed collaborative material live in several
cities of the tour, the time came for the bands to unite their sonic
crafts together on tape. After a collaborative recording session at
Providence's Machines With Magnets (Battles, Daughters, Lightning Bolt, Chinese Stars)
earlier this year, the end result has surfaced as Nothing Passes, a
layered but cohesive voyage through cavernous, noise-laden tumult and
chaos, ethereal horror-soundtrack creepouts and even serene acoustic
passages, exploring new styles for both acts. The album also features
vocal contributions from members of The Assembly Of Light Choir who have also previously collaborated live with THE BODY and BRAVEYOUNG, as well as a cover of Exuma's song, The Vision.
At A Loss will release Nothing Passes worldwide on September 27th
in CD and digital formats, with the vinyl pressing due early in 2012.
View the cover art as well as THE BODY and BRAVEYOUNG performing the
first song from the upcoming release, live at Machines With Magnets
earlier this year, at this location.
Nothing Passes Track Listing:
1. Song One
2. Song Two
3. Nothing Passes
4. The Vision
In support of the upcoming release, THE BODY and BRAVEYOUNG are putting
the final touches on a month-long tour across our nation. THE BODY kick
things off in Brooklyn's Saint Vitus Bar on September 6th, en route to
meet up with BRAVEYOUNG in Greensboro, North Carolina to begin their
collaborative tour. THE BODY will take a night off from the tour on
September 9th to take part in North Carolina's three-day Hopscotch
Festival, where they will join Earth, Liturgy and Whatever Brains
on stage at King's Barcade, with over 150 additional artists appearing
at the massive event. From there the tour will continue clockwise
through the South and Southwest, up the West Coast and then back through
the Midwest and Southeast.
THE BODY/BRAVEYOUNG Tour:
9/06/2011 Saint Vitus - Brooklyn, NY (*no Braveyoung)
9/08/2011 Legitimate Business - Greensboro, NC
9/09/2011 Kings Barcade - Raleigh, NC @ Hopscotch Festival [info] (*no Braveyoung)
9/10/2011 Farside - Tallahassee, FL
9/11/2011 The Firehouse - Birmingham, AL
9/12/2011 War Room - Baton Rouge, LA
9/13/2011 Downtown Music - Little Rock, AR
9/14/2011 Bryan Street Tavern - Dallas, TX
9/15/2011 Train Yard - Las Cruces, NM
9/16/2011 Shakedown Bar - San Diego, CA w/ Dead Ghosts
9/17/2011 The Smell - Los Angeles, CA w/ Street Buddy
9/18/2011 Vacation Vinyl - Los Angeles, CA
9/19/2011 105 Pioneer Street - Santa Cruz, CA
9/20/2011 Hemlock Tavern - San Francisco, CA
9/21/2011 Oakland Metro - Oakland, CA
9/22/2011 Big Tree - Arcata, CA
9/24/2011 Plan B - Portland, OR
9/25/2011 Comet Tavern - Seattle, WA
9/26/2011 Shredder - Boise, ID
9/28/2011 Blast-O-Mat - Denver, CO
9/29/2011 TBA - Kansas City, MO
9/30/2011 APOP - St. Louis, MO
10/01/2011 Little Hamilton - Nashville, TN
10/02/2011 The Get Down - Asheville, NC
10/03/2011 Strange Matter - Richmond, VA
10/04/2011 TBA - Baltimore, MD
10/05/2011 TBA - New York, NY
Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming collaborative album and tour as it all draws near in the coming weeks.
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