Mushroomhead Release 'Savior Sorrow' On Colored Vinyl
Mushroomhead announce more tour dates, release new album in "3-D".
Posted on Nov 06, 2006 08:57 am
Mushroomhead released their new album Savior Sorrow on double vinyl last week in stores nationally. It is a 2 LP set on metallic gray and is a limited edition release of 2000. The band is currently on tour in support of their new CD Savior Sorrow, which was released on September 19, 2006.
11/01 - Webster Theatre, Hartford CT(all ages)
11/02 - The Chance, Poughkeepsie NY (all ages)
11/03 - Ushuaia, Orono ME (all ages)
11/04 - Mark's Place, Bedford NH (18+)
11/05 - Crocodile Rock Cafe, Allentown PA (all ages)
11/08 - Hooligans, Jacksonville NC (all ages)
11/10 - State Theater, St. Petersburg FL(all ages)
11/11 - Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale FL (all ages)
11/12 - Floyd's, Tallahassee FL (all ages)
11/13 - Free Bird Live, Jacksonville FL (all ages)
11/14 - Masquerade, Atlanta GA (all ages)
The band's first 50,000 copies of their new CD Savior Sorrow are available as a limited edition "3-D" version. Their prior album, XIII, entered the Billboard chart at # 40 and sold 200,000 in the USA and 400,000 worldwide.
The band recently debuted its first single "Simple Survival" on several stations across the USA. At KRQR, it was a "David and Goliath" story of arguably the biggest commercial rock band in the USA going up against an arsty metal band. Mushroomhead's "Simple Survival" went up against Evanescence's "Call Me When You're Sober" on KRQR's "Cockfight" on August 24, which left Mushroomhead the clear winner and champ.
"It feels really good this time around. Radio seems to really dig it. And it's a new chapter in our evolution. There are sounds on this album that sound so melodic, yet brutal and huge. The album is quite diverse, yet retains a Mushroomhead dynamic," says drummer Skinny.
Savior Sorrow was produced by Steve Felton and Mushroomhead at Cleveland's Filthy Hands Studios in April 2006. The visionary masked band combines theatrics with a mixture of rock, metal and atmospheric elements.