Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you the exclusive album artwork premiere for Naught, the upcoming album from Stolen Babies! The artwork is deceptive, to say the least. At first glance, it seems very innocent and happy, showing a dark pink sheep in the middle of a “Who Framed Roger Rabbit Toon Town”-esque setting. But at closer inspection, things become more stranger, creating a sense of unease. The colors, while bright, have a dark tinge. The houses, seemingly happy, have a worried tilt to their eyes. And the sky, while blue and beautiful, has scratches and mars. Yup, something seems very strange in this image. You can check out the full artwork below.
The follow-up to 2006’s There Be Squabbles Ahead, Naught has a fall release date via No Comment Records.
Stolen Babies will be on the Epic Kings & Idols Tour with Devin Townsend, Katatonia, and Paradise Lost. Tour dates and artwork can be found below.
“In continuing our collaboration with artist Crab Scrambly, it was really important to us to create something our fans would want to keep staring at while they caress and possibly fondle it’s smooth exterior… not something easily done to a downloadable mp3, I must note,” states bassist Rani Sharone. “We hope this album cover brings plenty of candy coated smiles to the masses and even more warm and fuzzy feelings when they see the rest of this little gem that is the album’s packaging. Naught is our mutant, not so well behaved second full-length studio album and we look forward to its release!”
PRE-TOUR STOLEN BABIES DATES:
Sept. 1–Englewood, CO–Moe’s – “Gothic Theatre Block Party”
Sept. 2–Salt Lake City, UT–The Metro – headline show
“EPIC KINGS & IDOLS TOUR” DATES:
Sept. 4–Seattle, WA–Studio 7
Sept. 5–Vancouver, BC–Commodore
Sept. 7–San Francisco, CA–Great American Music Hall
Sept. 8–Los Angeles, CA–El Rey Theater
Sept. 9–Phoenix, AZ–Marquee Theater
Sept. 11–Houston, TX–Warehouse Live Studio
Sept. 12–Dallas, TX–Trees
Sept. 13–Lawrence, KS–Granada
Sept. 14–Denver, CO—Summit (STOLEN BABIES not performing on this date)
Sept. 15–Des Moines, IA – House of Bricks (STOLEN BABIES headline show)
Sept. 16–Minneapolis, MN—Station 4
Sept. 17–Chicago, IL–Bottom Lounge
Sept. 18–Pittsburgh, PA–Mr. Smalls
Sept. 19–Toronto, ON–Opera House
Sept. 20–Montreal, QC–Cafe Campus
Sept. 21–Worcester, MA–Palladium
Sept. 22–Philadelphia, PA–TLA
Sept. 23–New York, NY–Irving Plaza
Sept. 24–Baltimore, MD–Rams Head Live
POST-TOUR STOLEN BABIES DATES:
Sept. 26–Detroit, MI– I-Rock Nightclub– headline show
Sept. 27–Cleveland, OH — Peabody’s Downunder – headline show
Sept. 28–West Springfield, VA–Empire – headline show
Sept. 29–Charlotte, NC–The Casbah at Tremont Music Hall – headline show
Sept. 30–Atlanta, GA–The Masquerade – headline show
Oct. 1–Nasville, TN–Exit/In – headline show
Oct. 2–New Orleans, LA–The Parish House of Blues – headline show
Oct. 3–San Antonio, TX–The Korova (supporting The Birthday Massacre)
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