THE ALMOST RELEASE VIDEO FOR FIRST SINGLE “LONELY WHEEL.” Monster Monster hits stores November 3rd

The sophomore album from The Almost is almost here!  Monster Monster will be released November 3rd, but until then fans can enjoy the band’s new video for the single “Lonely Wheel.”  Watch the band, fronted by Aaron Gillespie, give a high-energy performance in a seedy dive bar here.

The release of the album will be preceded by a limited edition five song EP titled the Monster EP featuring  three album tracks and two exclusive b-sides. The EP will also include full album packaging for Monster Monster and two CDs, one of the EP and a second disc, which you will be able to download the entire album on release day! The Monster EP will be available starting October 6th through November 3rd at Hot Topic stores, the official page, or at the band?s live shows.

The Almost will kick off a nationwide tour with The Used on October 9th in Las Vegas.  See below for the full list of dates, and visit their MySpace or www.thealmost.com for more info.

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Video Embed Code: Lonely Wheel – Official Video

Tour w/ This Providence, Anarbor & The Dares (* except where noted)
Oct 2  Bricktown Ballroom               Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oct 3  Zombies                                      San Antonio, Texas
Oct 5  Club Congress                           Tucson, Arizona
Oct 6  Soma                                             San Diego, California
Oct 8  Chain Reaction                         Anaheim, California*

Tour w/ The Used (* except where noted)
Oct 9  House of Blues                         Las Vegas, Nevada
Oct 10  The Great Saltair                    Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct 11  The Fillmore Auditorium   Denver, Colorado
Oct 13  Beaumont Club                       Kansas City, Missouri
Oct 14  First Avenue                            Minneapolis, Minnesota
Oct 15  Riviera Theatre                       Chicago, Illinois
Oct 16  Emerson Theatre                    Indianapolis, Indiana*
Oct 17  The Fillmore                             Detriot, Michigan
Oct 18  Pageant                                      St. Louis, Missouri
Oct 23  House of Blues                        Boston, Massachusetts
Oct 24  Crocodile Rock                        Allentown, Pennsylvania
Oct 25  Sonar                                           Baltimore, Maryland
Oct 27  Roseland Ballroom                New York, New York
Oct 28  Electric Factory                        Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Oct 29  Canal Club Downstairs        Richmond, Virginia*
Oct 30  House of Blues                       Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Oct 31  House of Blues                       Lake Buena, Florida
Nov 1  The Tabernacle                       Atlanta, Georgia
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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