Avant-garde metal band Stolen Babies have digitally released their latest album Naught today. In celebration of this, Shockya is streaming the album in its entirety (you can also hear it below). I’ve been listening to the album nonstop and I’m kinda loving it. I definitely recommend you check it out.
The band is also currently opening up the “Epic Kings & Idols” tour, which is co-headlined by Katatonia and Devin Townsend. Paradise Lost act as direct support. You can see the tour dates, as well as post-tour headline shows, below.
“Epic Kings & Idols” tour dates:
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 headline shows:
Sept. 26–Detroit, MI– I-Rock Nightclub
Sept. 27–Cleveland, OH — Peabody’s Downunder
Sept. 28–West Springfield, VA–Empire
Sept. 29–Charlotte, NC–The Casbah at Tremont Music Hall
Sept. 30–Atlanta, GA–The Masquerade
Oct. 1–Nasville, TN–Exit/In
Oct. 2–New Orleans, LA–The Parish House of Blues
Oct 3rd–San Antonio, TX–The Korova
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