NOCTURNE To Release 'Guide To Extinction' In April

The industrial band NOCTURNE will release "Guide to Extinction" on April 19 through Triple X Records.

It's the third full-length album and fourth album overall from NOCTURNE. The band's two core members are vocalist/founder Lacey Conner — a striking woman with an otherworldly voice — and guitarist/programmer Chris Telkes.

"Guide to Extinction" track listing:

01. Shallow
02. I Lie
03. Alibi
04. Passion
05. Walk Away
06. Indulge
07. Class War
08. Nothing
09. Dirty Sanchez
10. No Way Out
11. Dead Man
12. Cocaine Sex
13. They'll Never Find Your Body

"Our roots are in industrial music, but 'Guide To Extinction' finds us going in a metal-oriented direction. It feels very natural," says Conner.

Conner and Telkes were a couple for 8 1/2 years but broke up about a year ago. They remain close friends, but Conner admits some songs on 'Guide To Extinction' are the split's aftermath.

"We have spent so much time and blood, sweat and tears on NOCTURNE that it's not worth it to throw it all away," says Conner.

The band puts on a mesmerizing, hypnotic and wildly entertaining live show.

"We focus on our heavier material when it comes to our live set," Conner says.

NOCTURNE, with touring bass guitarist Rotten Rotny and special guest touring drummer Ben Graves of MURDERDOLLS (the side project of Joey Jordison of SLIPKNOT), will embark on an extensive tour, "The Free For All Tour", with headliners PIGFACE, in 2005.

"The Free For All Tour" dates with PIGFACE include:

April 14 Palatines, IL - Durty Nellies
April 15 - Cleveland, OH - Odeon
April 16 - Detroit, MI – Majic Stick
April 17 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Small's Fun House
April 18 = Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall
April 19 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theatre
April 20 - Richmond, VA - Alley Katz
April 21 - Washington, DC - Nation
April 22 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
April 23 - Tampa, FL - Masquerade
April 25 - Tallahassee, FL - Beta Bar
April 26 - New Orleans, LA - Howlin' Wolf
April 28 - Austin, TX - Elysium
April 30 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theater
May 01 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Velvet Room
May 03 - Seattle, WA - Fenix
May 04 - Portland, OR - Dante's
May 05 - San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
May 07 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick
May 08 - Hollywood, CA - Key Club
May 09 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee
May 10 - Albuquerque, NM - Launchpad
May 11 - San Antonio, TX - Sanctuary
May 12 - Dallas, TX - Curtain Club
May 14 - Springfield, MO - The Rockwell
May 16 - Winston-Salem, NC - Ziggy's
May 17 - New York, NY - B.B. King Blues Club
May 21 - Columbus, OH - Promowest Pavilion


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