Scale The Summit Checks In With Road Report
Houston progressive instrumentalists Scale the Summit are currently leveling stages across the U.S. on their first ever headlining tour with support provided by Elitist. Dubbed "Their Strings Are Voices" tour 2012, the trek is a week and a half in.
Commented guitarist Chris Letchford from the road: “Our Their Strings Are Voices headlining tour has been a blast so far. It’s great to see everyone really excited about us playing an 80-minute set and still want more when we're finished! Looking forward to the next few weeks on this tour!”
Scale the Summit is touring in support of "The Collective," released last year via Prosthetic Records. "The" Collective was recorded in late 2010 at Paint It Black Studios in Orlando, Florida with producer Mark Lewis (Devildriver, All That Remains, The Black Dahlia Murder). Prosthetic Records recently issued "The Collective on vinyl," and the LP — limited to 500 copies on high-quality 180-gram wax — is available now at the Prosthetic Store and features enhanced cover art as well as bonus track, “Redwoods,” initially only available on the Japanese version of the release. The track is currently streaming at MetalSucks here.
The band's upcoming tour dates are as follows:
2/05/2012 Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT
2/06/2012 Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
2/07/2012 Riot Room – Kansas City, MO
2/08/2012 Fubar – St Louis, MO
2/09/2012 Reggie’s Chicago, IL
2/10/2012 Mac’s – Lansing, MI
2/11/2012 Wreck Room – Toronto, ON
2/12/2012 Lost Horizon – Syracuse, NY
2/13/2012 TT’s The Bear – Cambridge, MA
2/14/2012 Architekt Music – Butler, NJ
2/15/2012 Barbary – Philadelphia, PA
2/16/2012 Empire (formerly Jaxx) – West Springfield, VA
2/17/2012 The Drunken Unicorn – Atlanta, GA
2/18/2012 Will’s Pub – Orlando, FL
2/19/2012 Handlebar – Pensacola, FL
* – No Elitist
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