We are very busy around here making our final preparations for SXSW 2008. It should be a good old time to be had by all. The boys in Roadsaw canceled at the last minute due one of their family members passing away, so the Iota band will be stepping in to take their place. With that said, the brand new Roadsaw album "See You In Hell" will be finished in about two weeks (well, according to Riggs anyway). We will be pulling the trigger on this album whenever they hand it over to us, but, we promise that it will be coming out sometime this year.
Looking ahead to April, both Los Natas and Dozer are now scheduled to to record new albums for us in their respected homelands of Argentina and Sweden. The new Dozer album is tentatively titled "Beyond Colossal" and will be released this coming October. We do not have an exact release date for Los Natas yet, but it would be safe to say that itheir new one will be coming out sometime in Fall of 2008. So, I guess it is time for Billy Anderson to get his ass back to Argentina.
Both Solace and Iota have almost finished their Small Stone debuts. We will have more info for you on those two bands and their forthcoming new album(s) next month.
Dixie Witch and Mos Generator are gearing up for their first European Tour(s) this April. Dixie Witch will be cruising around the old world with the Orange Sunshine band, and Mos Generator will be sharing the stage with Blood Of The Sun. Both bands are also scheduled to play the Roadburn Festival. For more info, please check our Tours page.
The new Shame Club album "Come On" is at now at the plant, We are hoping to have it back in time for SXSW, but we also know that we are cutting it really close. If you are a fan of The Brought Low, Five Horse Johnson, and/ or Jawbox, the Shame Club were tailor made for you. We are very excited to be working with these guys... Hopefully you will be too.
Finally, The new Gideon Smith & The Dixie Damned album "South Side Of The Moon" is now here and in stock. We should have a track from the album up on our Jukebox momentarily. If you are open to the idea of Goth and Southern rock being combined, then the new G.S.&T.D.D. album is right up your alley.