monstermonster

The Almost’s new record Monster Monster has finally arrived in stores!  Monster Monster is the highly anticipated sophomore album which features the tracks “Lonely Wheel,” and “Hands.” A listening party for the entire album is going on now at AOL Music. Check out The Almost’s Myspace for more information on the band, and for their remaining North American tour dates with The Used. Monster Monster is available for purchase on iTunes and everywhere music is sold!

Assets: http://totalassault.com/assets/?team_id=399

Listening Party: http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/#/9

MySpace: www.myspace.com/thealmost

Official Page: www.thealmost.com

iTunes Buy Link: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPreorder?id=335197445&s=143441

Tour w/ The Used
Nov 3  House of Blues                        New Orleans, Louisiana
Nov 5  House of Blues                        Dallas, Texas
Nov 6  House of Blues                       Houston, Texas
Nov 7  La Zona Rosa                            Austin, Texas
Nov 9  Marquee Theatre                  Phoenix, Arizona
Nov 10  The Wiltern                           Los Angeles, California
Nov 11  Warfield Theatre                San Francisco, California
Nov 12  Hawthorne Theatre           Portland, Oregon
Nov 13  Showbox SoDo                    Seattle, Washington

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