SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM To Shoot Short Film This Summer
"Rock Against Rock" pioneers SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM, who released their first album for The End Records titled "In Glorious Times" to rave reviews last year, are working on a short film to commence production this summer.
Commented the band, "While it may be no secret that what is almost certainly The Last Human Being has been found, rinsed off and made ready for scrutiny, few are aware of the storm of controversy surrounding its interpretation by the scientific community, its treatment, its effect on nervous persons, and its future. In our continuing commitment to excavating the hidden present, the MUSEUM is once again joining forces with director Adam Feinstein ('Helpless Corpses Enactment') to expose the limits of reason by poking at something with a stick. Stand back!"
Watch the video for "Helpless Corpses Enactment" below.
SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM has scheduled a one-off show on February 16 in San Francisco at the Great American Music Hall with labelmates ESTRADASPHERE. A North American tour will follow in September and October.
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