Post-hardcore trio, Coliseum, will be releasing an EP dubbed, Parasites, via Temporary Residence Ltd. mid-November. Recorded at Inner Ear Studios (quite a legacy: Bad Brains, Fugazi, Rites of Spring...etc.) and produced by Jawbox frontman, J. Robbins, Coliseum’s promise for a solid new release comes through their latest single, “Waiting (Too Late).” A video has been procured and attached.
COLISEUM "Waiting (Too Late)" Music Video from Coliseum on Vimeo.
The band is currently playing shows with Boris and Tera Melos and will be touring throughout the rest of October with alternating guests. All info, tour dates and links come to you via PMA PR:
COLISEUM ANNOUNCES NEW PARASITES EP
US TOUR DATES SUPPORTING BORIS
NEW MP3 AND VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE
Louisville, KY/Birmingham, AL power trio Coliseum is set to embark on a stateside tour supporting Japanese doom/sludge faves Boris in mid-October. Shortly after the tour, Coliseum will release the explosive eight song Parasites EP on November 15th via Temporary Residence Ltd.
Coliseum's Parasites EP is the follow up and companion piece to their critically acclaimed third album, House With A Curse and their first release since this year's wildly popular and sought-after Record Store Day split release with Superchunk. The bulk of Parasites was produced and recorded by J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, etc.) at Washington, DC's legendary Inner Ear Studios, the site of classic recordings from Bad Brains, Fugazi, Lungfish, Rites of Spring and countless others. Rounded out by tracks recorded during the House With A Curse sessions, the Parasites EP shows Coliseum defying expectations and showcasing some of their most infectious anti-anthems and blazing hardcore tirades to date.
For the cover art, the band enlisted illustrator Rick Froberg, singer and guitarist of post-hardcore pioneers Drive Like Jehu, Hot Snakes, and Obits. Known for his fine art and unique album covers for his own bands, Froberg's art rarely graces other bands' releases, and his singular style gives Parasites EP a brilliant look and feel, and like the music within twists the trademark Coliseum aesthetic into new and exciting directions.
VIDEO for new track "Waiting (Too Late)" directed by Jason Farrell (Swiz, Blue Tip): http://vimeo.com/29284289
MP3 for "Waiting (Too Late)" from the upcoming Parasites EP: http://soundcloud.com/pma/waiting-too-late-by-coliseum
PARASITES EP TRACKLISTING
1. One Last Night (3:18)
2. Waiting (Too Late) (2:55)
3. The Fiery Eye (1:44)
4. Ghost Of God (3:22)
5. The Big Baby (1:43)
6. Gone With The Pope (1:51)
7. Blood Of The Beasts (1:52)
8. Give Up The Ghost (2:45)
Oct 13 @ Apop Records, St. Louis, MO w/ Shaved Women
Oct 15 @ Marquis Theater, Denver, CO w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 16 @ The Waiting Room, Omaha, NE w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 17 @ Varsity Theater, Minneapolis, MN w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 18 @ Majestic Theater, Madison, WI w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 19 @ Metro, Chicago, IL w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 20 @ Dionysus Disco /Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 21 @ Not Dead Yet Festival, Toronto, ON
Oct 22 @ Magic Stick, Detroit, MI w/ Boris, Tera Melos
Oct 23 @ Carabar, Columbus, OH
Oct 26 @ Cahoots, Louisville, KY w/ Regents
Oct 27 @ Firehouse, Birmingham, AL w/ Regents, Pygmy Lush
Oct 28 @ The Fest / Double Down, Gainesville, FL w/ Regents, Touche Amore
Oct 29 @ Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta, GA w/ Regents, Black Tusk
Oct 30 @ Foobar Too, Nashville, TN w/ Regents
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