Monday, March 19, 2007

Modest Mouse Drops New Album & Announces N. American Tour

So tomorrow the long awaited new Modest Mouse album "We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank" drops into our collective laps (although I have a sneaking suspicion some of you may have it already...damn pirates. You stole their album, killed them AND sank their ship too? Brutal.). Well if that weren't enough, Issac and crew announced their initial tour plans as well. And here they are:

03-19 Fargo, ND - Playmakers Pavilion
03-21 Seattle, WA - South Lake Union Naval Reserve
04-15 Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
04-16 Vancouver, British Columbia - Pacific Coliseum
04-20 Minneapolis, MN - Orpheum Theatre
04-21 Minneapolis, MN - Orpheum Theatre
04-22 Chicago, IL - Auditorium Theatre
04-26 Rochester, NY - Main Street Armory
04-27 Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre
04-29 New York, NY - The United Palace
04-30 New York, NY - The United Palace
05-02 Providence, RI - Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
05-03 Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
05-04 Greensboro, NC - Special Events Center
05-05 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade Music Park
05-06 Birmingham, AL - BJCC Arena Concert Hall
05-08 New Orleans, LA - House of Blues
05-09 Austin, TX - The Backyard
05-10 Grand Prairie, TX - Nokia Live
05-12 Mesa, AZ - Mesa Amphitheater
05-13 Los Angeles, CA - greek Theatre
05-14 San Diego, CA - Cox Arena at San Diego State University
05-16 San Jose, CA - San Jose State University
05-20 Somerset, England - Butlins Minehead (ATP vs. the Fans)
05-23 London, England - Royal Albert Hall
06-01 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound

Buy the new album at Insound or at Criminal Records.

3 comments:

jacob said...

As a Modest Mouse fan, I was excited to see new tour dates up. However, I'm new to Atlanta and have only been to a couple of venues here so far. I asked a friend about Masquerade Music Park and he said "$30 before fees to stand outside wedged between a goth who mistakenly thought it was the night for the Type O Negative show and some sweaty drunk jerk's armpit on a muggy May night in Atlanta - not worth it." Actually, he used some stronger language so I'm paraphrasing but I think that was most of it.
Opinions on this venue?

indietodd said...

Yeah it's not the gretaest. Plus with MM charging $35 for tix, I might have to pass on this one.

jacob said...

I feel so old. I remember seeing Modest Mouse for $8.
I've decided to pass on this particular Modest Mouse show, maybe if it had been in a different venue. At least there are a lot of other good shows in Atlanta soon.