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Local Music News
They're at Chaos Recorders with Christopher Hoffee (where they recorded the first EP) to track tunes for a planned vinyl 7-inch, with three new members (for a total of six). 2015 tours will include the west coast and Europe.
His new memoir Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? Bauhaus, Black Magick and Benediction
just hit bookstore shelves, as well as being available via online downloads.
Denson has cancelled a few of his own band's shows (including an October 24 date at the North Park Theatre), in order to play with the Rolling Stones' backing band in Australia and New Zealand, beginning October 25.
His new single “All You Gotta Do” was recorded at Jason Mraz's home studio and produced by Mraz collaborator Andre De Santanna, with backup vocals by Danielle D'Andrea (who sings with Jackson Browne).
Dino DeLuke underwent surgery to remove a tumor from his bladder on Thursday morning, October 9. “At this point, kind thoughts and strong prayers are what we need,” Peter DeLuke Jr. posted on Facebook.
They took home three San Diego Music Awards, for Best Live Band, Best Alternative Album (Year of the Ox
), and Song of the Year (“God of Small Things”).
A video for “Anywhere But Here,” directed by Dylan Bell and off their first album in nearly ten years Back to Oblivion
, is streaming online. The U.S. support tour with Weatherbox and Maps and Atlases runs through November 8.
Their Open Your Eyes
EP, produced by Aaron Harris (of Palms, Isis, and drum tech for Tool and Deftones), drops October 28 at the Merrow in Hillcrest.
Local authorities have announced that the Megadeth singer's mother-in-law, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, has gone missing, with a search now underway throughout San Diego county.
Frontwoman Lolly Brown and percussionist Michael Brown are moving back to their previous hometown of New York City, where the band will most likely continue under its current name.
Graham Nancarrow and company will tour Texas in November, before recording their second album for Randm Records in sessions scheduled to begin in December.
Band mainman Tim Lowman is writing music to accompany a new series of videos produced by Stone Brewing Co., which will tell the stories behind the company's various brews.