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Drowningman To Records Soon, Plan Tour

Drowningman will be recording new material in the near future. According to the band, a few of the songs will be available online, while all of them will appear on a limited edition, self-released EP tentatively entitled "Those who go below the surface do so at their peril." Meanwhile, the band will soon announce the record label that will release their new full-length, which should be available this summer. On the touring front, Drowningman hope to resume playing weekend shows in the Northeast area in mid-February. If you'd like to book them, send an email here. The band will also be touring the U.S. and Canada in late-Spring/early-Summer. Finally, there are discussions with Avocado Booking in Germany regarding a possible European tour this year. In related news, Drowningman has added Vermont native Hans Olson to their lineup on guitar.

Source: Lambgoat

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1. ben writes:

would love to see these guys. saw them in conneticut at toads place with dillinger once. excited to hear their new stuff.

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