Check the Pelican album streaming on MySpace today
October 21, 2009 by J!-ENT
Pelican will have their debut release from Southern Lord What We All Come To Need available to the masses today on MySpace. Listeners will be able to experience the monumental heaviness that Pelican is offering for free but believe us when we say there will be a price to pay – your soul! Collecting at the venues below.
10/20/09 Denver, CO The Marquis Theatre
10/21/09 Salt Lake City, UT Club Vegas
10/22/09 Boise, ID Neurolux
10/24/09 Seattle, WA El Corazon
10/25/09 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre
10/27/09 San Francisco, CA Independent
10/28/09 West Hollywood, CA The Troubadour
10/29/09 San Diego, CA The Casbah
10/30/09 Tempe, AZ The Clubhouse
11/01/09 Austin, TX Emo’s
11/02/09 Dallas, TX Outland Ballroom
11/05/09 Iowa City, IA The Picador
11/28/09 Detroit, MI The Shelter
11/29/09 Buffalo, NY Soundlab
11/30/09 NYC, NY Highline Ballroom
12/01/09 Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church
12/03/09 Allston, MA Harper’s Ferry
12/04/09 Washington, DC Rock and Roll Hotel
12/05/09 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel
12/07/09 Atlanta, GA Earl
12/08/09 Birmingham, AL Bottletree Cafe
12/09/09 Knoxville, TN Cider House
12/10/09 Columbus, OH Ravari Room
12/11/09 Chicago, IL The Empty Bottle
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