HORSE THE BAND: iTunes Version Of New Album To Include 10 Bonus Tracks

When Southern California's HORSE THE BAND releases its Vagrant debut, "Desperate Living", on October 6, fans who buy the album through iTunes will also receive ten bonus tracks that include remixes by some of HTB's favorite artists and friends. The tracks will also be included in the upcoming vinyl version (details to be announced) of "Desperate Living" — an album inspired by John Waters' film of the same name and by the band's DIY experiences of the last few years.

The band also just announced a pre-order through Newbury Comics; fans that buy the album will receive an exclusive signed booklet, autographed by the entire band.

"Fate or Destiny?" is the name for HORSE THE BAND's headlining tour with IWRESTLEDABEARONCE that kicks off on October 2 in Fort Worth, Texas and wraps in San Jose, California on October 16. The band goes overseas for the "Never Say Die" club tour and then once back in the U.S., they join up with NORMA JEAN as hand-selected openers on the "Explosions 2009" tour that begins November 25 in Pomona, California at the legendary Glass House.

"Desperate Living" digital bonus tracks:

01. 13
02. Rape Escape vs. DMNDAYS
03. Lord Gold Wand of Unyielding vs. Dan Sena
04. The Failure Of All Things vs. Airborne Drumz
05. Arrive vs. Burgermover
06. HORSE the Song vs. arottenbit (8 bit cover)
07. Arrive vs. :( (Love Silent Things Remix)
08. The Failure of All Things vs. DJ Danny Maverick
09. Science Police vs. LAZRTAG
10. Golden Mummy Golden Bird vs. Skrillex


Nathan Winneke (vocals)
David Isen (guitar)
Erik Engstrom (keyboards)
Daniel Pouliot (drums)


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