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Scale the Summit Announce New Album

Houston-based progressive-instrumentalists Scale the Summit have announced the title of their third album, The Collective,, due out on March 1 on Prosthetic Records. It's the follow-up to their 2009 critically acclaimed Prosthetic debut, Carving Desert Canyons. The album was recorded at Paint It Black Studios in Orlando, FL with producer Mark Lewis (Devildriver, All That Remains, The Black Dahlia Murder). The standard CD is available now for pre-order, as is a signed booklet version bundled with a high quality, limited edition, American Apparel shirt. Order it now at: http://ht.ly/3GM6T

As announced earlier this week, the band will be on tour in March and April with Fair to Midland and Periphery. The dates are:

  • 3/3 Houston, TX- Warehouse Live
  • 3/4 Dallas, TX- Trees
  • 3/5 Austin, TX- Emo's Inside
  • 3/6 Lubbock, TX- Jake's Sports Café
  • 3/8 Mesa, AZ- The Underground
  • 3/9 Victorville, CA- VVEC
  • 3/11 West Hollywood, CA- Whisky A Go-Go
  • 3/12 Bakersfield, CA- Jerry's Pizza
  • 3/13 Sacramento, CA- Ace Of Spades
  • 3/15 Portland, OR- Hawthorne Theatre
  • 3/16 Seattle, WA- Studio Seven
  • 3/17 Spokane, WA- The A Club
  • 3/18 Boise, ID- The Venue
  • 3/20 Colorado Springs, CO- The Black Sheep
  • 3/21 Denver, CO- Marquis Theatre
  • 3/23 Cedar Falls, IA- The Wheelhouse
  • 3/24 St. Paul, MN- Station 4
  • 3/25 Flint, MI- The Machine Shop
  • 3/26 Madison, WI- The Annex
  • 3/28 Chicago, IL- Bottom Lounge
  • 3/29 Toronto, ON- Mod Club
  • 3/30 Pittsburgh, PA- Smiling Moose
  • 4/1 Hartford, CT- Webster Underground
  • 4/2 Worcester, MA-The Palladium
  • 4/3 Philadelphia, PA- The Barbary
  • 4/6 New York, NY- Santo's Party House
  • 4/7 Springfield, VA- Jaxx
  • 4/8 Knoxville, TN- The Cider House
  • 4/9 Asheville, NC- The Orange Peel
  • 4/10 Atlanta, GA- The Masquerade
  • 4/12 New Orleans, LA- The Parish @ House of Blues
  • 4/13 Little Rock, AR- Juanita's
  • 4/14 Tulsa, OK- The Marquee
  • 4/15 Oklahoma City, OK- Conservatory

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