Jucifer Finishes New Album, "L'autrichienne"
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Jucifer has completed work on their brand new album, "L'autrichienne." "L'autrichienne," the follow-up to their Relapse Records debut "If Thine Enemy Hunger," is set to see a March 18th North American release date (March 24th internationally) via Relapse.
Jucifer recorded "L'autrichienne" with former Glands bassist Andy Baker at his Bakery Studios. "L'autrichienne" is themed around the French Queen Marie Antoinette, who was executed by guillotine at the height of the French Revolution. The album's complete 21-song track listing is: "Blackpowder", "Thermidor", "To Earth", Deficit", "Champ De Mars", "Fall Of The Bastille", "To The End", "Armada", "L'autrichienne", "Behind Every Great Man", "October", "Birds Of A Feather", "Traitors", "The Law Of Suspects", "Noyade", "The Mountain", "Window (Where The Sea Falls Forever) ", "Fleur De Lis", "Procession A La Guillotine", "Coma", and "The Assembly." L'autrichienne's artwork can be previewed here.
Additionally, Jucifer announced a number of tour dates making up the beginning of their North American tour for "L'autrichienne." The latest Jucifer tour dates can be found below, with more to be announced soon.
2/14 Birmingham, AL @ The Nick
2/16 Knoxville, TN @ The Pilot Light
2/17 Asheville, NC @ Jolie Rouge
2/19 Nashville, TN @ The End
2/20 Memphis, TN @ Rally Point
2/22 Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
2/23 Shreveport, LA @ Jack Rabbit Lounge
2/24 Houston, TX @ Super Happy Fun Land
2/29 Denton, TX @ Rubber Gloves
3/1 Austin, TX @ Room 710
3/5 Lubbock, TX @ Jake's Back Room
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