The Mark Lanegan Band, helmed by the Screaming Trees frontman, has announced via Twitter that they will be going on a Summer U.S. Tour. The Twitter post can be found below. The tour is in support of their forthcoming album, Gargoyle set to be released this Friday (April 28) via Heavenly Recordings. Tickets for the tour will be available on the aforementioned album release date. The tour is set to kick off on August 16 in Washington DC and the Rock n Roll Hotel and will run for 10 gigs. The wrap up show for the tour will be on August 28 in Los Angeles at the Teragram Ballroom. For a full list of tour dates see below.
Gargoyle includes some collaborative help from Lanegan‘s diverse history that include Josh Homme of his old band Queens of the Stone Age and Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs. English-based singer-songwriter Duke Garwood will also be featured on the forthcoming album. Since the initial announcement of the new record there has been a couple of singles released. These tracks include Noturne and Beehive. Lanegan had this to say of Gargoyle‘s process and its collaborations:
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