September Mourning set to to reap more souls with release of “Volume III” EP

September Mourning set to to reap more souls with release of "Volume III" EP

September Mourning are reaping souls on their fall tour, and are set to collect even more with the release of their new “Volume III” EP on Dec. 13th.  The EP includes 2 new songs “Madness” and “Overdose“, the latter of which will have an accompanying video release on 12/11.  Rounding out the EP are an uncensored version of “Unholy” and “Hiding From Heaven”.  The songs were produced by 5-time Grammy Award winning Chris Lord-Alge; along with Josh Napert, & Nick Scott. “Unholy” was produced by Sahaj Tictotin (Motley Crue, Otherwise, Starset, RA).

The “Overdose” video will be an extension of the same animated universe the band created with “Hiding From Heaven“, based on the September Mourning Graphic Novel.  The band has played 150 dates in 2019, and is currently on tour as direct support for Sons Of Texas. September Mourning will have a series of headlining dates in December to wrap up the year. Plans are in the works for touring to begin again in February, with 2020 dates to include festivals: the band is already committed to Inkcarceration July 10th – 12th.

September Mourning released the “Volume 1” EP in 2015, and the full-length album “Volume 2” in 2016 – with singles “20 Below” and “Eye of the Storm” both reaching the Top 40 at Active Rock radio. The band released 2 singles in 2018: “Empire” and “Glass Animals”.  Their “Unholy” and “Hiding From Heaven” singles, released earlier this year, were featured on key Hard Rock playlists on all major streaming services.  The band has amassed more than 5 million plays of their songs @ Spotify; and more than 6.5 million overall worldwide.  Their videos have been viewed more than 6.4 million times on YouTube, with 21,500+ subscribers to their Youtube channel.

The band’s striking visuals and dynamic, immersive stage show have helped propel them into a national touring act that has performed at Download (UK), Rock on the Range (Columbus, OH), Aftershock (Sacramento, CA), Comicpalooza (Houston, TX), Anime Midwest (Chicago, IL), as well as opening for Rob Zombie and other notable acts.

September Mourning is:
Emily Lazar (September) – Lead vocals
Rich Juzwick (Riven) – Guitars, Backing vocals
Patrick Romanelli (Wraith) – Guitars, Backing vocals
Kyle Mayer (Stitch) – Drums

Sons of Texas Tour
Thursday, 11/21 – Diamondz Events Center – Jerome, ID
Friday, 11/22 – Liquid Joe’s – Salt Lake City, UT
Saturday, 11/23 – Herman’s Hideway – Denver, CO
Sunday, 11/24 – Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
Tuesday, 11/26 – Jake’s – Lubbock, TX
Wednesday, 11/27 – Come and Take It Live – Austin, TX
Friday, 11/29 – House Of Rock – Corpus Christi, TX
Saturday, 11/30 – Scout Bar – Houston, TX
Sunday, 12/1 – Stickyz – Little Rock, AK

S.M. Headline dates
Tuesday, 12/3 – Growlers – Memphis, TN
Wednesday, 12/4 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
Thursday, 12/5 – Concourse – Knoxville, TN
Friday, 12/6 – Thompson House – Newport, KY
Saturday, 12/7 – Pipestem Evenets Center – Pipestem, WV
Sunday, 12/8 – The Crafthouse – Pittsburgh, PA

Connect and Share with September Mourning:
Official website: http://www.septembermourning.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/septembermourning 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/septmbrmourning
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/septembermourning/
Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/19nK6LJU6cciH6CIbZG8wq
Apple Music/iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/album/volume-iii-ep/1486198302
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=10&v=9CWITjOzA9o
Bands In Town: https://www.bandsintown.com/a/241760

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