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Meek Is Murder Gears Up for Tour, Posts New Behind The Scenes Video

With the release of its debut album, "Algorithms," set for March 22, Meek Is Murder gears up for a two-week US tour. The tour includes shows at SXSW in Austin, TX, and ends with a record release show in the band’s hometown of Brooklyn, NY on March 24.

March 10 - Baltimore, MD @ The Windup Space
March 11 - Fairfax, VA @ Firehouse Bar
March 12 - Greenville, NC @ The Tipsy Teapot
March 13 - Atlanta, GA @ (house show)
March 14 - Baton Rouge, LA @ Here Today Gone Tomorrow
March 17 - Austin, TX @ Venue 222 (SXSW matinee)
March 18 - Austin, TX @ Headhunters (SXSW matinee)
March 21 - Louisville, KY @ Cahoots
March 22 - Oberlin, OH @ Oberlin College
March 23 - Doylestown, PA @ Siren Records
March 24 - Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool (Algorithms record release show)

"Algorithms" will see a March 22 release via metal blog MetalSucks, which has recently turned its resources toward releasing new music. Produced by Kurt Ballou (Converge, Torche) and mastered by Alan Douches (Mastodon, Dillinger Escape Plan), Algorithms is “an album about life and computer science,” in the words of frontman and former The Red Chord guitarist Mike Keller. BrooklynVegan.com describes the sound as “off-kilter hardcore-influenced math-terpieces.”

The album can be pre-ordered now in five configurations: a limited edition CD with handmade packaging, a digital download, and three package deals that include t-shirts:.

The band has posted a new behind-the-scenes video clip showing the making of the limited edition CDs:

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