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Scorpion Child release brand new 7″ single and tour UK in November

RossScorpion Child - She Sings, I KillAustin, Texas-based classic rockers Scorpion Child have announced they will be releasing a brand new single on 7″ vinyl/digital download on November 6, 2015 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

The single will contain the new track ‘She Sings, I Kill’, as well as another new song, ‘(Enter The) Twilight Coven’, which will be a B-Side exclusive to this single. Both tracks will mark the first impression of the band’s highly anticipated upcoming second album which is tentatively scheduled for an early 2016 release.

Singer Aryn Jonathan Black comments:

The time has come and thirst for travel has become an overwhelming urge for quite some time. We will quench these desires in November with a UK adventure. It is there we will bear the fruits of our labour in song with a view from our forthcoming album. The psalms “She Sings, I Kill” and “(Enter The) Twilight Coven” will be born!

The single will be available to buy at their upcoming UK shows in black or white vinyl format as well as via digital download.

Scorpion Child recently announced they will be touring the UK this November alongside label mates Crobot as well as Buffalo Summer.

Scorpion Child, Crobot & Buffalo Summer will be playing the following UK shows:

  • 6th Nov– London, The Underworld
  • 7th Nov – Wolverhampton, The Slade Rooms
  • 8th Nov – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
  • 10th Nov– Milton Keynes, The Craufurd Arms
  • 11th Nov – Chester, Live Rooms
  • 12th Nov– Glasgow, Cathouse
  • 13th Nov – Gwynedd, North Wales, Hard Rock Hell
  • 14th Nov – Manchester, Sound Control
  • 15th Nov – Bristol, The Exchange
  • 3rd Dec – Southampton, The Engine Rooms (sup. Heavens Basement)
  • 4th Dec – Norwich, Waterfront Studios
  • 5th Dec – Sheffield, Winter Rocks
  • 6th Dec – Trecco Bay, Wales, Planet Rockstock

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