90s alt-rock icons the Toadies have released a new EP. The release is in conjunction with the launch of their 25th-anniversary Rubberneck tour. Best known for their smash hit “Possum Kingdown”, the new EP features several previously unreleased songs including a David Bowie cover song.
Damn You All To Hell features three songs recorded during the sessions for their latest studio album The Lower Side of Uptown which was released in 2017. The fourth song (‘Forgiven’) was recorded back in 2008 during the recording of their No Deliverance album.
Toadies On Tour
The band faced some challenges in holding the tour in the first place. Toadies drummer Mark Reznicek had this to say about the multiple attempts to head out on the road.
“This tour was originally slated to go out in 2020. Because of the effects of Covid, this is our third attempt at doing a tour celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Rubberneck. It’s been a long time coming, but the third time’s the charm as they say. It wasn’t ever an easy decision to postpone tours, but we felt it was the right thing to do to keep everyone (ourselves included) safe. And we’re really excited to finally be getting out there to play the album in its entirety for all our patient fans across the country.Mark Reznicek (drums)
Reverend Horton Heat will join the band for a major of dates while Drakulas and Nashville Pussy will be opening up select shows.
The anniversary tour continues through a Halloween night show in New Orleans. Some shows are sold out but tickets remain for many. Link up at the Toadies website or follow along on Instagram and Twitter for updates. And don’t forget to check out the new EP available now on Kirtland Records.
Tracklist: Damn You All To Hell
- Damn You All To Hell
- Deep Deep Water
- Sound and Vision (David Bowie Cover)
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