…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead return with seventh album Tao of the Dead, band name still …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead

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…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead are back! On February 8, …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead are releasing Tao of the Dead through their own Richter Scale imprint, which was created to rescue the group from the tyranny of major label Interscope (responsible for releasing three of their albums, including the one you’ve all heard, Source Tags & Codes) with the release of 2009’s The Century of Self. We are told that Tao of the Dead, …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead’s seventh album, sees …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead experimenting with producer Chris Coady (Beach House, Blonde Redhead, Yeah Yeah Yeahs), exemplified most obviously with a 15-minute track titled “Tao of the Dead Part 2.”

This sounds serious, readers. Not convinced? The first single off the album, due November 29, is called… “Summer Of All Dead Souls.” Uh, Debbie Downer alert? The tracklisting hasn’t been announced yet, but here are track titles that our undercover detectives think might be included:

- “Crying Souls, Never Again”
- “Save Yourself, For You Need It”
- “Dying Wishes (Invisible Cries)”
- “Wailing Wars”
- “Dead Eyes Burning”
- “Candles in a Dying Corpse”
- “Living Full of Dread Pt. II”
- “Melted Eyes”

Dates with and without Rival Schools coming soon.

• …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead: http://trailofdead.com

Ducktails announce date for third full-length album, Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics, not unlike his previous two

Follow-ups are nice. You get a lollipop and presumably a bill of good health at the doctor’s, a call that the LP you special ordered has come in, or a friendly but tepid e-mail reply to the regrettable Facebook message you sent your ex in a drunken haze of self-pity and sexual frustration. Well, this summer, we reported that Matt Mondanile, a.k.a. Ducktails, was planning a third album, Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics. We’ve been in the dark since then about a date for this anticipated third work of New Jersey psych pop, but the wait for waiting time details is over.

It was recently confirmed that the album will be coming out January 10, on Woodsist as previously announced. Now you can rest easy and spend the rest of your afternoon fixating on something important, like this.

• Ducktails: http://www.myspace.com/ducktailss
• Woodsist: http://www.woodsist.com

Jens Lekman plays Los Angeles, Brooklyn in December; happy holidays to West + East coasts, but screw the Midwest

Ever since Jens Lekman moved from Sweden to Australia, we haven’t heard much from him. There were some tracks released digitally this year, but what’s up, Jens? Why are you actually so silent? Anyone who’s really into Jens knows that he’s not entirely unresponsive to the world — he’s one of the few artists who encourages fans to write him letters, centering on a topic he provides monthly (October was “self portraits”; this month it’s “fine print”). And Jens clearly does what he can: this December, he announced to his fans that he’ll be working in New York and will therefore grace Brooklyn with a show. A few days before, he’s playing a show in Los Angeles (the only other date scheduled in the US), so you know, I guess he really is all over the place. At least he has an excuse for keeping us in the dark so long — for now.

Dates:

12.04.10 - Los Angeles, CA - Mondrian Hotel Skybar
12.10.10 - Brooklyn, NY - 450 Union St.

• Jens Lekman: http://www.jenslekman.com

Former Supergrass guitar player Charly Coombes releases new EP, tours UK

Former Supergrass guitar dude Charly Coombes is rockin’ his merry way across the UK this fall, with a new band and a new EP. (You may also know Mr. Coombes as the keyboard player in The 22-20s.) Known as Charly Coombes & The New Breed, the group’s sound combines elements of Northern soul, garage rock, and indie pop, and despite their short time in existence, CCATNB have already shared the stage with The Coral and Dave Grohl. The group’s latest recording, the Waves EP, was produced by another Supergrass dude, Charly’s brother Gaz, lead Supergrass dude. Ahhhh! Keepin’ it in the family at its finest.

Waves EP is set for a November 29 release in the UK.

11.11.10 - London, UK - Water Rats
11.26.10 - Wycombe, UK - Wycombe Academy
11.27.10 - Oxford, UK - The Cellar
12.01.10 - Glasgow, UK - Nice N Sleazy
12.02.10 - York, UK - The Duchess
12.04.10 - Leicester, UK - Soundhouse
12.10.10 - Coventry, UK - Kasbah
12.11.10 - London, UK - Water Rats

• Charly Coombes & The New Breed: http://myspace.com/charlycoombes

[Photo: Rayana Macedo Coombes]

No Age invite you to stay warm this winter by brutalizing your senses during their upcoming tour

How can you be cold if you don’t have any skin to feel cold with? That’s what No Age asked themselves before they came up with the perfect plan to keep you toasty this winter. For showgoers who see No Age when the temperatures are hitting below thirty degrees, the duo has decided to play so loud and so fast that the skin of their fans melts right off of them. They’ll walk out of venues back into the frozen streets with their senses so destroyed that they won’t even be able to string together a sentence, let alone feel the need for a winter jacket.

11.15.10 - Pawtucket, RI - Met Cafe
11.16.10 - Cambridge, MA - Middle East,
11.17.10 - Montreal, Quebec - La Sala Rosa,
11.18.10 - Toronto, ON - Great Hall
11.19.10 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick
11.20.10 - Cleveland Heights, OH - Grog Shop
11.21.10 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
11.22.10 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theater
11.23.10 - Minneapolis, MN - 7th St Entry
11.26.10 - Seattle, WA - Neumos
11.27.10 - Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theater
11.28.10 - Portland, OR - Holocene
11.29.10 - Nampa, ID - Flying M Coffee
11.30.10 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court
12.01.10 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
12.02.10 - Albuquerque, NM - Launch Pad
12.03.10 - Tempe, AZ - Clubhouse
12.08.10 - Oakland, CA - New Parish
12.09.10 - Brookdale, CA - Brookdale Lodge
12.10.10 - Visalia, CA - Howie & Sons Pizza
12.11.10 - Pomona, CA - Glass House
01.07.11 - San Diego, CA - Che Cafe Collective
01.08.11 - Tucson, AZ - Club Congress
01.09.11 - El Paso, TX - Percolator
01.10.11 - Dallas, TX - Sons of Hermann Hall
01.11.11 - Austin, TX - Mohawk
01.12.11 - Houston, TX - Fitzgeralds
01.13.11 - Baton Rouge, LA - Spanish Moon
01.14.11 - Huntsville, AL - Flying Monkey Arts Center
01.15.11 - Birmingham, AL - Bottle Tree
01.16.11 - Gainesville, FL - Common Grounds
01.17.11 - Tampa / Ybor City, FL - Crowbar
01.18.11 - Miami, FL - Grand Central
01.19.11 - Orlando, FL - Back Booth
01.20.11 - Tallahassee, FL - Club Downunder
01.21.11 - Atlanta, GA - Drunken Unicorn
01.22.11 - Asheville, NC - Grey Eagle Tavern
01.23.11 - Knoxville, TN - Pilot Light
01.24.11 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In
01.25.11 - Memphis, TN - Hi-Tone
01.26.11 - Little Rock, AR - Revolution Music Room
01.27.11 - Tulsa, OK - Cain’s Ballroom
02.04.11 - Mexico City, Mexico - Pasaguero
02.15.11 - Osaka, Japan - Osaka Sansui
02.16.11 - Tokyo, Japan - Club Quattro Tokyo

• No Age: http://www.myspace.com/nonoage

Kayo Dot make peace with the coyotes by offering Coyote on vinyl. Also: a tour!

If you know anything about coyotes (and I’m sure you do), you know that coyotes hate being limited to digital and CD formats. They hate hate hate it! So, I don’t understand why exactly psych-metalers Kayo Dot decided to initially release their recent record Coyote without also releasing it on vinyl. You guys hate coyotes or something? Do you want them to suffer without the sweet satisfaction of existing on vinyl? Just pure cruelty there.

Fortunately, Kayo Dot have since realized their mistake. Thus, an LP release of Coyote is now available. And a fancy LP release at that: it’s a 200-gram vinyl with alternate artwork and a letterpress jacket that has notches in which a 28” x 7” belt tucks in. Said belt features art by Toby Driver, who did the record’s cover and label art. Fancy stuff — so fancy in fact that only 750 exist. They’ll be selling the record on their November tour. Oh yeah, by the way, they’re touring North America in November. Thought you should know.

Kayo Dot dates:

11.08.10 - Montreal, QC - Casa del Popolo
11.09.10 - Ottawa, ON - Cafe Dekcuf
11.10.10 - Toronto, ON - Sneaky Dee’s
11.11.10 - Middletown, CT - Eclectic House (Wesleyan University)
11.12.10 - Baltimore, MD - Orion Sound Studios
11.13.10 - Bethlehem, PA - Secret Art Space
11.14.10 - Brooklyn, NY - Littlefield

• Kayo Dot: http://www.myspace.com/kayodot
• TAIGA: http://www.taigarecords.com

  

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