ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS Prepare To Hit The Road

The most notorious pack of degenerates from Santa Cruz, ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS kick off the month-long "Captain America Is Dead Tour" with ELYSIA and KNIGHTS OF THE ABYSS tomorrow. Following that, they head out with MY BITTER END and MORIA on the "Plowing Ballz Tour". Dates and additional show information can be found on their MySpace page. This run also marks the start of the touring cycle for their much-anticipated Century Media debut, "The Game of Life", which is set for an August 14 release. Produced by Zach Ohren of Castle Ultimate (ANIMOSITY, LIGHT THIS CITY), the effort offers 12 uniquely dense, hard-hitting songs, such as "Shoe Shine For Neptune" that was also recently posted on their MySpace page.

Drawing from influences as varied as DESPISED ICON, CRYPTOPSY, DREAM THEATER and BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS offer a smorgasbord of sound sure to satisfy the musical munchies of those looking for something different.

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