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Slow Mass @ Thalia Hall (4/23)

Slow Mass announced a Spring tour this week which will find them opening for La Dispute and Gouge Away. The tour kicks off April 13th in Michigan and will find them back home at Thalia Hall on April 23rd.

The band also announced a second pressing of their 2018 album On Watch via Landland Colportage. This is a 12” vinyl pressing with both standard and deluxe editions. The deluxe features a hand-printed and hand-assembled sleeve over the offset jacket.

Photo by Madi Ellis Photography

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Slow Mass "E.D."

Slow Mass has released a video for their song “E.D.”. This track is taken from their most recent LP, On Watch, which just received a second pressing on red marble via Landland Colportage.

You can catch Slow Mass on Nov. 15th at Beat Kitchen with Rozwell Kid and Bow & Spear.

Photo by Madi Ellis Photography

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Slow Mass @ Schubas (5/18)

Slow Mass is releasing their debut LP, On Watch, via Landland Colportage this Friday, May 11th. This is the post-punk band’s first release since their 2016 EP, "Treasure Pains". Below is the addictive video for their single “Blocks”, which is 3:35 of Audio Engineer/Producer Neil Strauch listening to the single.

The latest single from On Watch is “Suburban Yellow” also below.

You can help Slow Mass celebrate the new album at Schubas on May 18th with Cru and Nnamdi Ogbonnaya.

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Slow Mass @ Landland

Post-hardcore quartet Slow Mass is Dave Collis, Josh Park, Mercedes Web and Josh Sparks. Sparks and Park have been in the bands Into It. Over It. and Former Thieves, and Collis was in Stay Asleep and My Dad. Initially formed as a collaborative effort between Collis and Sparks, over the past two years, the group has expanded, and recently shared its debut EP Treasure Pains (which you can stream HERE). A portion of the profits from the limited vinyl release will be donated to the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Greater Chicago. Slow Mass is currently on tour, and will be wrapping things up tomorrow night at Landland with Xerxes. Check out out their latest video below for the single "Portals to Hell," which premiered via Funny or Die! (Photo by Madi Ellis) 

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