SOCIETY 1 To Release 'The Years Of Spiritual Dissent' Collection In July

SOCIETY 1 have set "The Years of Spiritual Dissent" as the title for their first release through Crash Music, Inc. "The Years of Spiritual Dissent" is a collection of songs that appeared on SOCIETY 1's first two albums — "Slacker Jesus" and "Words as Carriers" — along with two cover songs, a brand new track entitled "This Is The End", and a bonus DVD. A July 25 release is expected.

In other news, SOCIETY 1 are only band featured in the documentary entitled "Revelation 666", which is scheduled to air on May 9 on the FX network beginning at 11:59 p.m. The show discusses the end of the world, the antichrist and significance of the number 666 within the pop culture. SOCIETY 1 were asked a variety of questions concerning their use of suspension, symbols and magical rituals that have been integrated into their music and image.

Also on the SOCIETY 1-related front, the band are set to ring in this century's 6/6/6 day (June 6, 2006) by headlining the "Satan's Rockin' Eve" event in Los Angeles on Monday, June 5. The show is hosted by, and features many great industrial, metal, and punk acts from around the world, and is SOCIETY 1's only U.S. performance of the year. The band will then head into the studio soon afterwards to record their next album, "Sadist Messiah", which is due out early 2007.

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