THE SERVANTS To Embark On Mini-Tour

San Francisco Bay Area's THE SERVANTS, featuring former MACHINE HEAD/TESTAMENT drummer Chris Kontos, have lined up the following dates during August/September:

Aug.15 – San Francisco, CA @ The Pound (w/MOUNTAIN)
Aug. 17 – San Francisco, CA @ Slims (w/M.I.R.V., MANMADEGOD)
Aug. 23 – Petaluma, CA @ The Phoenix Theatre (w/M.I.R.V.)
Aug. 24 – Guerneville, CA @ The River Theatre (w/M.I.R.V.)
Sep. 05 – San Francisco, CA @ The Pound (w/FASTER PUSSYCAT)

As previously reported, THE SERVANTS finished mastering their debut album, entitled Mostly Monsters, on June 6th at Bernie Grundman Studios in Hollywood, California for an early August release. A limited-edition digipak version of the CD, featuring a different cover, will also be made available around the same time.

THE SERVANTS will appear on 107.7 FM The Bone's Morning Show with Bob Coburn and Gina Heran on Friday, July between 5:00 AM and 10:00 AM PST. To listen online, click here.


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