Tuesday, November 08, 2011
Shining: In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster
I know I've been promoting Shining's upcoming live DVD, Live Blackjazz, something fierce lately, but videos for the release keep surfacing. This one, a performance of "In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster," the lead-off track from Shining's fantastic Grindstone LP, should be reason enough for fans to pick this up.
Information comes courtesy of Indie Recordings.
SHINING RELEASES NEW MUSIC VIDEO
On II.II.II Shining is releasing their first ever live album and dvd from a concert in Rockefeller, Oslo. Today we are premiering the music video for the song "In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will be a Monster".
Watch it here:
Shining is also touring Europe.
05-NOV - Damnation Festival, Leeds (UK)
06-NOV - Fleece, Bristol (UK)
08-NOV - Patronaat, Haarlem (NL)
09-NOV - Doornroosje, Nijmegen (NL)
10-NOV - Point FMR (Musiques Volantes Festival), Paris (FR)
11-NOV - STUK, Leuven (B)
12-NOV - ULU, London (UK) W/ Devin Townsend Project (Deconstruction show)
14-NOV - De Kreun, Kortrijk (B)
16-NOV - Jagerklause, Berlin (GER)
17-NOV - Knust, Hamburg (GER)
18-NOV - Saint Oberhausen, Oberhausen (GER)
SHINING ANNOUNCE NORWEGIAN TOUR DATES
06. January Total, Tønsberg
07. January Rockefeller, Oslo
11. January Folken, Stavanger
12. January Hulen, Bergen
16. January Koservatoriet, Kristiansand
17. January Tribute, Sandnes
19. January Driv, Tromsø
20. January Ski Kulturhus
21. January Storsalen Samfundet, Trondheim
28. January Union Scene, Drammen
Order the Live BlackJazz album and DVD here:
Norway: www.rockstop.no (Special bundle available.)
US: shop.indierecordings.us (The album will be out in January in the US)
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