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The Minor Times Book Regional Shows In Support Of "Summer of Wolves"

Pennsylvania hardcore act THE MINOR TIMES has booked several shows in May and is looking for help booking a few in June in support of the band's forthcoming record 'Summer of Wolves,' due out June 26 through Prosthetic Records. If you book shows in the Northeast and can help out with shows for June 23 and 24, please contact theminortimes@hotmail.com. The band will also appear at the Brotherly Shove Fest in Philadelphia at the Trocadero, in addition to playing shows with Ed Gein, Turmoil, Architect and Engineer among others.

The release of 'Summer of Wolves,' is the follow-up to 'Making Enemies,' which saw a 2004 release via Level Plane Records and a 2005 re-release through Prosthetic Records. Producer Vince Ratti (Bury Your Dead, A Life Once Lost) returned once again to record the album with the band, which was tracked last winter and will be mastered by Alan Douches (Shadows Fall, Converge). The Mark Price-penned artwork is available for preview here. In the meantime, THE MINOR TIMES has unveiled a brand new track, entitled "Casket City Lights," from the forthcoming record on the band's MySpace page and pre-orders for the record are available here.

Here are the latest THE MINOR TIMES tour dates:

5/04 Utica, NY – Skate-a-Rama (with Architect, Revisionist, Seagrave, Mammoth Hunter)
5/05 Syracuse, NY – Westcott Community Center (with Turmoil, Ed Gein, End of A Year)
5/18 Collegeville, PA – Perkiomen Township Firehall (with The Arrangement, Caspian, Beorn, Aunteater)
5/19 Doylestown, PA – Siren Records (with Engineer, Cosmonaut, Knife The Glitter)
5/20 Baltimore, MD – Charm City (with Engineer, Aphelion, Casket, Helping Hand)
6/22 Brooklyn, NY – The Walter Street Lounge (with Rosetta)
6/23 TBA (with Rosetta)
6/24 TBA (with Rosetta)
7/08 Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero (Brotherly Shove Fest with A Life Once Lost, Starkweather)

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