SUPERJOINT RITUAL To Begin Writing New Material

SUPERJOINT RITUAL, the New Orleans-based band fronted by ex-PANTERA singer Philip Anselmo, will be taking a break following the completion of their current tour to write new music, tentatively due late next year through Sanctuary Records. According to a post on the band's web site, plans exist for the group to head back out on the road in America and Europe in March. Meanwhile, SUPERJOINT RITUAL bassist Hank Williams III will embark on a two-month solo tour beginning in January. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Jan. 17 - Houston, TX @ Fitzgeralds
Jan. 22 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Jan. 23 - Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee Theater
Jan. 24 - West Hollywood, CA @ Roxy Theatre
Jan. 29 - Seattle, WA @ Graceland
Feb. 10 - Indianapolis, IN @ Patio Lounge
Feb. 11 - Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
Feb. 19 - Baltimore, MD @ Fletchers Bar & Grill

In other news, a 33-minute interview with Anselmo, which originally aired on the Chicago-area radio station 88.1 FM WCRX on December 8, can be downloaded in MP3 format from this location (file size approx. 10 MB).


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