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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness have announced their new album, Zombies On Broadway, set to release Feb. 20. Not only that—but the Wilderness are also heading out on the Zombies In America tour with Atlas Genius and Night Riots. Check out the album artwork, a video promo, a statement from McMahon and the new tour dates below.

“I wrote this album in the middle of a whirlwind, when the future was unclear. Isn't it always? I found my way to the city, thinking I could settle a score with a ghost. You can't, so I came home and rewrote the ending. I'm proud announce my new album, “Zombies on Broadway,” is coming on February 10th. I spent more than a year hoping to find new answers to old questions. What I found; I have always been two people; One in search of peace and the other in search of whatever makes my hair stand up and my heart beat faster. This record is mostly about the latter. You'll be able to pre-order the album starting next Friday, November 18th through my webstore and digitally on all your favorite outlets. A new song “Brooklyn, You’re Killing Me” will also be released alongside the pre-order.  

To celebrate, we’re heading out on the Zombies in America tour early next year. Clever name, right? We're bringing out two bands that we love and have a feeling you will too, if you don't already. They're called Atlas Genius​ and Night Riots​ and they melt faces with their live performances. In hopes of convincing you further, we're going to bring out a really inventive production. Life's too short not to blow off some confetti and wear reflective clothing, or something like that. It’ll be fun, so see below for details and get ready for a good time.”

Dates: 

March 18th – St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall 
March 21st – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue 
March 22nd – TBA
March 24th – TBA
March 25th – Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre 
March 26th – Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew's Hall 
March 28th – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's 
March 29th – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall 
March 31st – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues 
April 1st – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
April 2nd – TBA
April 4th – Toronto, ON @ Opera House 
April 5th – South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground 
April 7th – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore 
April 8th – Boston, MA @ House Of Blues 
April 9th – New Haven, CT @ Toad's Place
April 11th – New York, NY @ Webster Hall 
April 12th – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom 
April 14th – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore 
April 15th – Norfolk, VA @ The NorVa 
April 17th – Charleston, SC @ Music Farm Charleston 
April 18th – Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom 
April 19th – Atlanta, GA @ The Buckhead Theatre
April 21st – Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House Of Blues 
April 22nd – TBA
April 23rd – Gainesville, FL @ Florida Theater 
April 25th – Baton Rouge, LA @ Varsity Theater 
April 26th – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues 
April 28th – Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues
April 29th – Austin, TX @ Emo's 
April 30th – Tulsa, OK @ Cain's Ballroom 
May 2nd – Scottsdale, AZ @ Livewire 
May 3rd – TBA
May 5th – San Diego, CA @ House Of Blues 
May 7th – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore 
May 9th – Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom 
May 10th – Seattle, WA @ Neptune 
May 12th – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot 
May 13th – Las Vegas, NV @ Top Golf

Buy tickets here! Presale starts Monday, Nov. 14 at 10:00 a.m. local time while general sale starts Monday, Nov. 18 at 10:00 a.m. local time.

Pre-order Zombies On Broadway—the follow-up to 2014's self-titled—starting Nov. 18. Listen to the album's first single here, and read about In The Wilderness mastermind, Something Corporate frontman and Jack's Mannequin frontman McMahon's Dear Jack Foundation here.

Run For Cover Records is offering its entire catalogue as pay what you want on BandCamp through this weekend. 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood, and Run For Cover will match donations up to $5,000. Find the label's BandCamp here.

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Chevelle have an epic new music video. Watch the creepy, asylum nightmare, mini-horror movie video for “Door To Door Cannibals” below, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.

Of the video, drummer Sam Loeffler says to Bloody Disgusting:

“Pete, Dean and I wanted to do a sort of 'nightmare/horror' type video for 'Door to Door Cannibals,' so we spent some time brainstorming and kicked around the idea of a mental/experimental hospital we find ourselves in and can’t wake up from. We thought it could be killer if we added some messed up elements that would make Pete freakout and question reality on his way looking for an escape, including a few open doorways with questionable events going on inside. I think we achieved a grittiness that created a sense of urgency but still left us with a little bit of creepy tongue-in-cheek style that some horror films are known for.”

“Door To Door Cannibals” comes from Chevelle's latest album, The North Corridor, which you can grab here.

Miss May I's Levi Benton has co-founded a new company called LOWD, which aims to connect the gaming and music worlds. Launched today, the company streams events of musicians playing the biggest titles in gaming, allowing fans to interact with them for free. And guess what: LOWD's debut event is live-streaming TONIGHT!

Featuring the first ever premiere of In Flames' new album Battles, fans will be able to watch the band play the new Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare live from the album release party in Los Angeles. See it all tonight, 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., here.

“Our mission is to have fans and music lovers not only discover new artists and games, but to be able to interact with their favorite musicians in a way that’s never been done before,” LOWD Gaming says on its website.

You Blew It! are streaming their new album, Abendrot, early. Have a listen below!

Abendrot follows-up the Orlando-natives' album Keep Doing What You're Doing from 2014. 

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