One of our favorite psychedelic rock bands is back in a big way with their new album Warble Womb. Dead Meadow are returning to the stage this Sunday, December 15th in Los Angeles to celebrate the release of their new studio album. Dead Meadows last studio release was 2010’s Three Kings, and all signs point to this new release being another epic piece of stoner-rock. The two disc LP tracks in at over 70 minutes, and with three years of creative juices to shape this LP, Warble Womb is set up to be brain melting.
The record release show has a ton of our favorite people behind it. Production company THIEF Presents is behind the special show this Sunday and that means you can expect more than your usual show lighting. THIEF is promising an art-installation experience at the Think Tank Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. While Dead Meadow debuts their new album, experience melting walls, sword swallowing and food trucks. Ya, it’s going to get weird and we love it. Our friends at Xemu Records will also be in the building. In fact, we love it so much that we want to send you to see Dead Meadow at this special record release show and experience. We are giving a way a pair of tickets to a lucky winner. It’s simple to enter, here’s how:
There are four different ways to enter. You DO NOT have to enter through each entry point. Using more than one entry point will increase your chances of winning. Winners will receive a pair of tickets to the show. The winners will be announced on December 13th on the Rabbits Black Twitter and Facebook accounts. It’s easy to enter, and you can enter as many times as you like through any of these entry points:
Entry Point 1: Leave a comment on this post.
Entry Point 2: Leave a comment on our Facebook page mentioning this contest.
Entry Point 3: Hop on Twitter and send us a tweet. Make sure you include @RabbitsBlack, @ThiefPresents and @DeadMeadowLTD.
Entry Point 4: Email us at email@example.com. Make sure to put “Dead Meadow” in the subject line.
If you can’t take the pressure of the contest, you can still get tickets at the link below:
Check out the Facebook event page for more information on the event, including a charity canned food drive, and other artists performing.
Take a listen to “1000 Dreams” from Warble Womb here, and we’ll see you on Sunday: