Monolith Plans CD Release Show at The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
The band MONOLITH has be scheduled to play the grand opening events at the Alamo Draft House Cinema in Kernstown, VA. They will be releasing their fourth album, scheduled for Halloween night.
Alamo has hired MONOLITH as part of the festivities for the grand opening week of one of the most anticipated entertainment venues in the tri-state area. With the release of MONOLITH's new album (it's been eight years since their last), Alamo Draft House hopes the publicity surrounding this landmark CD release will help in bringing the public out to see what the Alamo Draft House has to offer them, and see what they have in store for the future.
The event will start off at 9pm with the cult movie comedy "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" as their opening act, followed by a question and answer session by the producers and writers of the movie. After the movie and Q&A session, MONOLITH will perform an extended set of all songs from their new album, plus songs from their three previous albums, and a slew of cover songs within their specific genre.
The band will also be shooting video for a music video and upcoming DVD release in the very near future.
MONOLITH is currently in the recording studio, Red Velvet Recording in Winchester, VA., finishing up the mixing and mastering of their new album this week.
The event details are as follows:
Halloween at The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema / MONOLITH CD Release Show
With special guest band: MONOLITH
Opening act: “Heavy Metal Parking Lot” movie and producer/ writer Q&A Session
Starts at 9pm
Ticket price: $15
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