MUSHROOMHEAD: Video Clip Featuring New Singer Posted Online

MUSHROOMHEAD have posted a short video clip featuring the group's latest addition, singer Waylon from North Carolina-based 3 QUARTERS DEAD, at this location. The footage of the song "Kill Tomorrow" was recorded at Peabody's Down Under in Cleveland, OH on October 11, 2004.

Upcoming MUSHROOMHEAD shows:

Nov. 11 - Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock Cafe *
Nov. 12 - Philadelphia, PA - The Trocadero *
Nov. 13 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance *
Nov. 14 - Towson, MD - Recher Theatre *
Nov. 15 - State College, PA - Crowbar
Nov. 16 - New York, NY - B.B. Kings *
Nov. 17 - Boston, MA - Axis
Nov. 18 - Hartford, CT - Webster
Nov. 19 - Providence, RI - Living Room
Dec. 10 - Traverse City, MI - Streeters **
Dec. 11 - Milwaukee, WI - The Eagles Club **
Dec. 12 - West Dundee, IL - Clearwater Theater **
Dec. 14 - Lansing, MI - Temple Club **
Dec. 17 - Buffalo, NY - Icon **
Dec. 19 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues *
Dec. 20 - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues **

** With BILE


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