Hard rock band/graphic novel art project September Mourning has released the official music video for its newest single, "Wake the Dead." With the video created by Riven (guitarist), the Sahaj Ticotin (Ra, Starset) produced single is the band's first release partnered with Legend Recordings and INgrooves. "'Wake the Dead' is an anthemic track that dispels the nature of the herd mentality in our... Continue Reading →
After wrapping up a tour with Smile Empty Soul, September Mourning has confirmed support dates with Rob Zombie, Hed PE and Kottonmouth Kings. See below for all confirmed tour dates. "We are honored for the opportunity to collect souls with the legendary Rob Zombie as well as our friends in Hed PE and Kottonmouth Kings... Continue Reading →
Review and photos by Greg Maki-----The crowd that came out for a rock show on a Friday night at Baltimore’s Fish Head Cantina wasn’t quite ready for music/art project September Mourning. The bill on this stop of Smile Empty Soul’s “Oblivion of Souls” tour featured five straight-up rock bands—bands that are about music and nothing... Continue Reading →
Hard rock graphic novel art project September Mourning has released the official music video for its newest single, "Glass Animals." ”'Glass Animals' is about the fragmented soul," said September Mourning founder Emily Lazar. "It's about the realization that we are all broken. Something or someone has broken us and within that broken state we ultimately... Continue Reading →
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Hard rock graphic novel art project September Mourning has announced it will launch the 2018 "Summer Soul Collection Tour' with special guests Kaleido and Charcoal Tongue. Kicking off Aug. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan, the tour will wing through North America before finishing up Sept. 29 in New Baltimore, Michigan. "The new music we are debuting... Continue Reading →
Review by Greg Maki-----Maybe the biggest compliment I can pay September Mourning’s “Volume I” actually carries the tone of a criticism—it’s too short! The six-track EP serves as a thrilling introduction to the world of September Mourning, and I say “world” because this is much more than a band. It’s a multimedia musical, theatrical art... Continue Reading →
Theatricality long has been a part of rock music, from KISS and Alice Cooper to Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson to newer acts such as In This Moment. September Mourning takes it a step further, with a stage show that is literally a comic book brought to life. The band has made some major strides... Continue Reading →