poster by David V. D’Andrea
Tour dates, mp3, more after the jump…
All North American dates are with Lichens supporting.
Sep 17 Neumo’s Seattle, Washington
Sep 18 Biltmore Vancouver, BC
Sep 19 Doug Fir Portland, Oregon
Sep 24 The Independent San Francisco, California
Sep 25 Echoplex Los Angeles, California
Sep 26 Casbah San Diego, California
Oct 6 Bottom Lounge Chicago, Illinois
Oct 8 Magic Stick Detroit, Michigan
Oct 9 Wrongbar Toronto, Ontario
Oct 10 La Salsa Rossa Montreal, Quebec
Oct 11 Europa Brooklyn, New York (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Oct 12 Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Massachusetts (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Oct 13 Bowery Ballroom New York, New York (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Oct 14 Johnny Brenda’s Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Oct 15 DC9 DC, Washington DC (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Oct 16 Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, North Carolina (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Oct 17 The Earl Atlanta, Georgia (with Six Organs of Admittance)
Dec 10 Asylum Birmingham, UK
Dec 12 All Tomorrow’s Parties Minehead, UK
Dec 14 Koko London, UK
Above: Page from article on Om in Arthur No. 22, published May 2005. Photograph by Lars Knudson, design by W.T. Nelson. Bassist/vocalist Al Cisneros on left. Drummer Chris Hakius, pictured right, has since left the band. Note Black Sabbath altar.
Here’s the closing instrumental cut from the forthcoming Om album, God Is Good, out September 29 via the great Drag City Records of Chicago. Emil Amos, of Grails fame, is Om’s new drummer…
Download: “Cremation Ghat II” – Om (mp3)
A new song by Six Organs of Admittance, “Bar Nasha,” is featured on Al Cisneros’ multi-artist 2009 compilation for Arthur, Transmissions From Sinai, now available from Arthur’s easy-to-use mail-order store.
Also featured on Transmissions From Sinai is “Kopernik Trip Note,” a new song by Lichens, who will be opening for Om’s entire tour, and “Acid Rain,” by Grails. Yeah!
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