Gwen Stacy has released an album teaser for their forthcoming full-length A Dialogue on their myspace page www.myspace.com/gwenstacy.  This album will be released October 20th on Solid State Records and is up for pre-order on Zambooie.com with an exclusive t-shirt and 7”.  A Dialogue is the band’s follow up to their debut The Life I Know (2008) which has scanned close to 20,000 copies and earned praise from outlets like Absolute Punk who proclaimed “if you need something to kick your current music rotation in the ass, then The Life I Know is what you want to check out.”  Speaking on the new album’s direction drummer TJ Sego says “The entire record is a dialogue; every lyric on the record is in quotations.  The entire idea of the record is a conversation between God and man on different subjects, perseverance, asking questions, dealing with doubt, having different trials like abandonment, a lack of compassion and mercy, etc.”  A video for the song The First Words will be shot this Thursday by Jeremy Jackson outside of O’Hare Aiprort in Chicago.  If you are interested in participating please e-mail gwenstacyvid@gmail.com

Gwen Stacy and company are looking for extras/fans to take place in their music video shoot on Thursday, October 15th.  The shoot will take place in an abandoned city near O’Hare Airport in Chicago.  Band will be performing on the empty streets and we need you guys to fill them up.  You must be over 18 and please send photo(s), age and location of where you live to gwenstacyvid@gmail.com We will get back to you concerning where and what time to meet on the 15th.  The band’s new album “A Dialogue” will be released on Solid State Records this month.


The band will embark on a national headlining tour next week with support from Ice Nine Kills and Stray From The Path (tour dates below).
Date                City                             Venue

10/18               DeKalb, IL                   The House

10/24               Bentonville, AR            Self Destruct At The Ozarks

10/25               Oklahoma City, OK     Coca Cola Events Center

10/26               Dallas, TX                   The Door

10/27               Houston, TX                Meridian

10/28               Metarie, LA                  The High Ground

10/30               Douglasville, GA          The 7 Venue

10/31               Spartanburg, SC         Ground Zero

11/1                 Richmond, VA             Alley Katz

11/3                 Baltimore, MD             Otto Bar

11/4                 Poughkeepsie, NY      The Loft

11/5                 Poughkeepsie, NY      The Loft

11/6                 Wilmington, DE           Harmony Grange

11/7                 Manheim, PA               Warehouse 54

11/8                 S Hackensack NJ       School Of Rock

11/9                 Allentown, PA              Crocodile Rock

11/11               Charleroi, PA               Club Octane

11/12               Dayton, OH                 The Attic Club

11/29               Montgomery, AL          The Furnished

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