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Light This City Offers Third In-Studio Update For Forthcoming Record

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San Francisco’s LIGHT THIS CITY has posted the band’s third in-studio video update exclusively at Revolver magazine’s website. Focusing on vocal tracking, the footage features commentary from the band, snippets of music, and a brief look at Testament mainman Chuck Billy’s vocal contributions to LIGHT THIS CITY’s forthcoming record, the band’s fourth. Also contributing a guest vocal spot on the album is lead scream John from labelmates The Funeral Pyre.

“We have been in the studio in Oakland, CA with engineer Zack Ohren tracking the follow up to Facing the Thousand, which should see a release date in September,” said drummer Ben Murray. “We couldn’t be more excited on how these new songs have turned out, and we are SURE that you guys will love them. Stay tuned for more info on the album as well as more video journals as the recording progresses.”

LIGHT THIS CITY was also recently added to the In Thrash We Trust tour alongside Death Angel, God Forbid, and Soilent Green, along with two shows alongside Testament, which will start May 1 in Michigan and conclude June 11 in New York City, criss-crossing the United States and parts of Canada along the way. Meanwhile, the band will play a handful of regional shows in April before hitting the road with the In Thrash We Trust tour package.

Here are the latest Light This City tour dates:

4/20 Bakersfield, CA – The Dome (420 Fest with Dragonlord, Animosity, more)
4/26 Reno, NV – Tonic Lounge
4/27 Boise, ID – The Myrtle Morgue
4/28 Sheridan, WY – Eagle’s Lodge

In Thrash We Trust Tour with Death Angel, Soilent Green, God Forbid and Light This City:
5/01 Flint, MI The – Machine Shop (with Testament)
5/02 Cleveland, OH – Peabody's (with Testament)
5/03 Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock
5/04 Long Island, NY – Crazy Donkey
5/06 Albany, NY – Northern Lights
5/07 Baltimore, MD – Sonar
5/08 Springfield, VA – Jaxx
5/09 Raleigh, NC – Volume 11
5/10 Virginia Beach, VA – Stepping Out (Virginia Death Fest)
5/13 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
5/14 Seminole, FL - Boomerz
5/16 Houston, TX - TBA
5/17 Ft. Worth, TX - Ridglea Theatre
5/18 San Antonio, TX - Rock Bottom
5/19 El Paso, TX - Chic's
5/21 Farmington, NM - Gator's
5/23 Las Vegas, NV - Jillian's
5/24 Los Angeles, CA - House of Blues
5/25 San Francisco, CA - Slim's
5/26 Bakersfield, CA - The Dome
5/27 Modesto, CA - Fat Cats
5/28 Sacramento, CA - The Boardwalk
5/30 Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
5/31 Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
6/02 Denver, CO - Marquis Theatre
6/04 St. Louis, MO – Pop’s
6/05 Columbus, OH - Alrosa Villa
6/06 Mokena, IL - The Pearl Room
6/07 Detroit, MI - Harpo's
6/08 Toronto, ON - Opera House
6/09 Montreal, QBC – Foufounes
6/10 Quebec City, QBC – L’anti
6/11 New York, NY - BB Kings

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1. FocusShift writes:

I'm pumped for this CD, those duel vocals are intense.

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