News•November 17, 2002 10:46 PM ET•3,050 views
Black Widows news and notes
On December 6th, Black Widows will enter VML Studios in Louisville, KY to record their debut full-length. Recording will take place with J. Robbins (formerly of Jawbox) and the LP/CD will be released in Spring 2003 on Equal Vision Records. Meanwhile, the band finished recording material for a 7"/CD split with Atlanta's Downpour last month. The split will feature three Black Widows songs and will hit stores in January 2003 on Deathwish Inc. In related news, drummer Thommy Browne will be leaving the band in a few weeks to devote more time to his family. His final show with the band will be on 11/30 in Lousiville. The group has already begun auditioning new drummers and hopes to begin playing out again by January. Here are their last few shows with Browne: 11/22 Cincinnati, OH @ the VOID w/ The Farewell, more 11/23 Philly, PA @ Funrama w/ Reach The Sky, The Promise, more 11/24 New York, NY @ CBGBs w/ Damage II, The Promise, Reach The Sky, Ensign, Most Precious Blood 11/30 Louisville, KY @ Aslans How (free show) w/ Second Story Man (cd release show), The Shining Path
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