00:52 - euronymous where is this ssgget bands button :@ ?
00:46 - Karlabos huh... isn't this like... clicking on the suggest bands button, after selecting bands on those options on the top of site?
00:44 - Fearmeister Or we do it the MA way and make the band's page ourselves and put it up for mod approval.
00:40 - euronymous why we just can't request to add bands in this site and one time in the week someone from staff team check the band music and the status from different socials or whaterver if the band is popular and then to add it in site ?
A Pale Horse Named Death have confirmed that they will be hitting the road this Fall supporting Danzig. The band will appear alongside Texas Hippie Coalition and Butcher Babies on all dates. The tour is set to kick off on October 8th in Ft. Lauderdale and run through October 31st in San Francisco. More dates may be added shortly.
Danzig's cover version of the classic Lee Hazelwood/Nancy Sinatra song "Some Velvet Morning", featuring a guest appearance by Cherie Currie (The Runaways) has been made available online and can now be streamed at this location.The track will appear on Danzig's upcoming covers album, which will also include Glenn's renditions of classic songs from Black Sabbath, Elvis Presley and ZZ Top, among others.
The legendary Danzig will be celebrating their 25th anniversary this year with a tour. The band has already announced the first leg of the tour which will feature Danzig plus Glenn Danzig and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein performing the music of the Misfits. The special guests on these US dates are Corrosion Of Conformity and The Agonist.
Danzig will be releasing a yet untitled covers album later this year, including songs from Elvis and Black Sabbath. Danzig has recently premiered the first single off that album, "Devil's Angels", at their website. The song is a cover from the late '60's movie theme song of the same name. The full covers album tracklist will be revealed soon.
"Ju Ju Bone", the new video from Danzig, can be viewed at ARTISTdirect.com. The video was co-directed by Glenn Danzig and Jonathan Lewis, who is also the director of the horror cult classic "Black Devil Doll".
"Ju Ju Bone" comes off the band's latest album, entitled Deth Red Sabaoth, which was released on June 22, 2010 via Evilive/The End Records.
Danzig has lined up a spring North American headlining tour in support of the band's latest album, Deth Red Sabaoth. Support on the trek will come from Devildriver and 2Cents.
Danzig + Devildriver:
Apr. 29 - Las Vegas, NV - House Of Blues
Apr. 30 - Ventura, CA - Ventura Theatre
May 02 - Salt Lake City, UT - Great Salt Air
May 03 - Boulder, CO - Boulder Theatre
May 04 - Kansas City, MO - Voodoo
May 06 - Austin, TX - Stubb's Bar-B-Q
May 07 - Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street
May 09 - Orlando, FL - Hard Rock
May 10 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage
May 11 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel
May 13 - Richmond, VA - The National
May 14 - Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom
May 15 - Albany, NY - Northern Lights
Danzig are once again hosting the Blackest Of The Black tour taking place in October and November. On the 2010 edition, Danzig are taking Possessed, Marduk, Toxic Holocaust and Withered with them on their North American trek.
Blackest Of The Black tour dates:
Oct 25 - Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
Oct 27 - Little Rock, AR @ The Village
Oct 29 - San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
Oct 30 - Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Oct 31 - Dallas, TX @ The Palladium Showroom
Nov 02 - Knoxville, TN @ Valarium
Nov 03 - Louisville, KY @ Expo Five
Nov 04 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Nov 05 - Columbus, OH @ Alrosa Villa (No Danzig)
Nov 06 - Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theater
Nov 07 - Chicago, IL @ Congress Theater
"On A Wicked Night", the new video from Danzig, can be viewed at this location. The clip, which was directed by "Glenn Danzig", was shot on location in early June at the infamous BatCave in the Hollywood Hills.
"On A Wicked Night" comes off the band's latest album, Deth Red Sabaoth, which was released on June 2010 via Evilive/The End Records.
The first dates have been announced for Danzig's East Coast mini-tour. Support at the shows will come from Misfits/Kryst The Conqueror guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein's new band Gorgeous Frankenstein and Boston's Doomriders. The details are as follows:
Oct. 23 - Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
Oct. 24 - Philadephia, PA @ Electric Factory
Oct. 25 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Oct. 27 - New York, NY @ Nokia Theatre
UPDATED on 26.09.07, thanks to Master_o_Puppets:
Danzig have announced more tour dates. Follows are the confirmed Danzig east and west coast dates. Other than these shows, Danzig has no plans to do any touring in the foreseeable future.
Danzig, Lacuna Coil, The Haunted, Belphegor and Asesino will team up for Glenn Danzig's "Blackest Of The Black Tour", which is being revived this winter for a two-week West Coast run. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Nov. 17 - Seattle, WA @ The Fenix
Nov. 18 - Spokane, WA @ The Big Easy
Nov. 19 - Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
Nov. 21 - Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
Nov. 22 - San Diego, CA @ Soma
Nov. 24 - TBA
Nov. 25 - Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre
Nov. 26 - Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre
Nov. 28 - Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues
Nov. 29 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
Nov. 30 - Fresno, CA @ Rainbow Ballroom
Danzig recently shot a video for the song "Crawl across Your Killing Floor" outside of Los Angeles. The track will be included on the upcoming "Lost Tracks of Danzig" collection, a two-CD set of previously unreleased Danzig tracks spaning the band's entire career; from the 1988 self-titled debut to the present. A November release is expected.
As previously reported, Glenn Danzig's long-awaited "Black Aria II" CD, the follow-up to the original "Black Aria" (1993), will be available in stores on September 19, 2006. The album, the material for which has apparently been written for five years, is a classical, operatic piece based on Lilith, the mythological first wife of Adam, according to Danzig. "It's different from the first record but similar in a lot of ways," he said.