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Latest Harvestman News

Below is our complete Harvestman news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

A Storm of Light Announces US Tour Dates

Brooklyn, NY atmospheric doomsters A STORM OF LIGHT are proud to announce additional US tour dates, including seven west coast shows with SHRINEBUILDER. The tour will commence on February 18th at Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia and make it's way across the country before coming to a close in their hometown on March 18 at Union Pool.

Commented vocalist/guitarist Josh Graham of the upcoming trek, "We are really looking forward to this US tour; FINALLY getting out and playing some more of the west coast. While A STORM OF LIGHT and SHRINEBUILDER have each played one west coast show to date, the bulk of these shows will be both bands' first time in many of these cities. It is an honor to share this maiden west coast voyage with these guys, all of whom have been in some of the most groundbreaking bands around. Along the way we are playing shows with many great bands including Harvestman, US Christmas, Via Vengeance, Rumanian Buck, Batillus, Indian, Battlefields and more." More...

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Neurosis Side Project Release Info

On November 1, 2005, Neurot Recordings will release the latest Tribes of Neurot full-length, called Meridian, as well as a new album of guitar psychedelia from Harvestman (feat. Steve Von Till). But you can get these releases now at neurotrecordings.com.

Harvestman, Lashing The Rye CD
"Traditional folk songs distilled and distorted into abstract guitar psychedelia - features Steve Von Till from Neurosis."

Tribes of Neurot, Meridian CD
"The latest album of beyond-damaged psych-drone by Tribes of Neurot (the experimental Neurosis project) is a return to the group’s ambient/noise origins that escapes the boundaries of genre."

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