Tombs Complete Work On Album

Brooklyn heavies Tombs have completed work on their new album, Path Of Totality.

Path Of Totality, the follow-up to 2009′s Winter Hours release, was recorded at Elmwood Recording studios in Dallas, TX with engineer John Congleton (Baroness, Explosions In the Sky) and has been set for a June 7th North American release date.

Path Of Totality will be available on CD, 2xLP, and digitally and features artwork from Thomas Hooper of Hoopers Electric.

Tombs have also announced three-weeks of U.S. tour dates surrounding South By Southwest. The band will tour down to Texas with Castevet and return through the south and east coast with Wormrot. A listing of confirmed tour dates and cites can be found below with more to be announced soon.

Tombs Tour Dates:

March 15           Columbus, OH               The Summit (w/ CASTEVET)
March 16           St. Louis, MO                Fubar (w/ CASTEVET)
March 17           Oklahoma City, OK        The Conservatory (w/ CASTEVET)
March 18           Denton, TX                    Rubber Gloves (w/ CASTEVET)
March 19           Austin, TX                     Lovejoys (FREE BrooklynVegan Day Party)
March 20           Austin, TX                     Emo’s (as part of Goodbye Southby showcase)

***All dates from March 21 thru April 2 w/ WORMROT***

March 21           Lafayette, LA                 Frankies
March 22           New Orleans, LA            Siberia
March 23           Panama City, FL            C Level Bar
March 24           Tampa, FL                     Brass Mug
March 25           Miami, FL                      Churchhill’s
March 26           Orlando, FL                   Will’s Pub
March 27           Atlanta, GA                   Archive Gallery
March 28           Charlotte, NC                 The Milestone
March 29           Richmond, VA               Gallery 5
March 30           Washington, DC            The Red Door
March 31           Philadelphia, PA            Kung Fu Necktie
April 1               Worcester, MA              Club Oasis
April 2               Allston, MA                   O’Brien’s

 

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