ROCK CITY MORGUE Announce New Tour Dates

New Orleans, Louisiana-based ROCK CITY MORGUE, the band featuring former WHITE ZOMBIE bassist Sean Yseult, ex-MAN SCOUTS OF AMERICA frontman Rik Slave, and ex-THE B MOVIE RATS drummer Andy Baker, have lined up a host of gigs during August.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Aug. 01 - Continental Club - New York, NY
Aug. 02 - Luxx - Brooklyn, NY
Aug. 03 - Sidebar Tavern - Baltimore, MD
Aug. 04 - Rex Theater - Pittsburg, PA
Aug. 05 – TBA - Philidelphia, PA
Aug. 06 - Holy Chow - Richmond, VA
Aug. 07 - Stella Blue - Asheville, NC
Aug. 08 - Nine Lives - Atlanta, GA
Aug. 09 - Anti-Fest - Johnson City, TN
Aug. 10 - EL Matador - New Orleans, LA
Oct. 31 - El Matador - New Orleans, LA

ROCK CITY MORGUE recently issued a new six-song EP, "Some Ghouls", through Antidote Records. The CD, which was recorded at New Orleans' Truck Farm Studios with producer Daniel Rey (THE RAMONES), features five original songs and a "raucous" version of the ROLLING STONES classic "Shattered".


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