Following the release of the long-anticipated "Emerald Vulture" EP, New Orleans' SOURVEIN (originally from Wilmington, North Carolina) have been laying down tracks for their upcoming split 7" set with CHURCH OF MISERY along with the other EP releases slated for release later this year via This Dark Reign Recordings. Headed by T-Roy (ex-BUZZOVEN) on vocals, the band's latest recordings are being helmed by Vince Burke (BEATEN BACK TO PURE) in Virginia.

SOURVEIN will return to the U.K. next month joining the punishing RAMESSES for a dozen shows. The details are as follows:

Apr. 19 - Star & Garter - Manchester, UK
Apr. 20 - Fenton - Leeds, UK
Apr. 21 - Club Bach - Cardiff, UK
Apr. 22 - The Magnet - Liverpool, UK
Apr. 23 - The Engine Room - Brighton, UK
Apr. 24 - The Croft - Bristol, UK
Apr. 25 - Corporation - Sheffield, UK
Apr. 26 - Old Angel - Nottingham, UK
Apr. 27 - Cumberland Arms - Newcastle, UK
Apr. 28 - Westport Bar - Dundee, UK
Apr. 29 - Jug Of Ale - Birmingham, UK
Apr. 30 - Underworld - London, UK


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