40 BELOW SUMMER has scheduled two shows in support of their upcoming CD/DVD release, "The Last Dance", set to hit stores via Crash Music on October 31.
On November 1, the band will be making an in-store appearance at Vintage Vinyl Records in Fords, NJ. Then on November 4 the band will play a show at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ.
Comented lead singer Max Illidge: "40 BELOW SUMMER is not dead. We are having fun at this point, and who knows what the future holds."
"The Last Dance" features 13 tracks of demos and never-before-released tracks. The package will also include a special bonus DVD that centers around the group's last show, which took place in September 2005 at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey. The DVD will feature the live concert, videos, plus various footage, including personal videos, backstage footage, and more.
To hear new tracks from "The Last Dance", go to this location.
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