The New York-based band is also embarking on a North American tour to support the release.
Recently formed this year by front-man Danny Blu, industrial rock and dark alternative band Echo Black reveals two major announcements. Previously on October 06, Echo Black released the music video for their debut single, â€œBurn Another Dayâ€ (featuring Davey Suicide), reaching around 10,000 views within fifteen days.
Lead vocalist Danny Blu said, â€œThis song marks both a beginning and an end for us; the close of one chapter and the opening of another.â€ Blu further stated the band overall has spent a substantial amount of time practicing, planning, and perfecting the song and music video.
In addition to the music video, Echo Black recently announced a North American tour, which includes support from Combichrist and The Birthday Massacre. The tour begins in Baltimore, Maryland on October 28 and concludes in Indianapolis, Indiana on November 23, passing through the United States most well know cities. Tickets start at around $20.00 depending on the venue.
Oct-28: Soundstage – Baltimore, Maryland
Oct-29: Marlin Room @ Webster Hall – New York, New York
Oct-30: Fete Music Hall – Providence, Rhode Island
Nov-02: The Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Nov-03: Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, Ohio
Nov-04: The Abbey – Chicago, Illinois
Nov-05: Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Nov-06: Granada Theater – Lawrence, Kansas
Nov-07: The Summit Music Hall – Denver, Colorado
Nov-08: Area 51 – Salt Lake City, Utah (no Birthday Massacre)
Nov-10: Slim’s – San Francisco, California
Nov-11: The Whisky – West Hollywood, California
Nov-12: The Glasshouse – Pomona, California
Nov-13: Nile Theater – Mesa, Arizona
Nov-14: The Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, New Mexico
Nov-15: TBA – El Paso, Texas
Nov-16: Korova – San Antonio, Texas
Nov-17: Gas Monkey – Dallas, Texas
Nov-19: The Ready Room – St Louis, Missouri
Nov-20: The Rave – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Nov-21: The Stache – Grand Rapids, Michigan
Nov-22: St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, Michigan
Nov-23: Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, Indianapolis (no Birthday Massacre)