NewsNovember 15, 2023 3:36 PM ET2,222 views

Meth. announce new album, schedule record release art show w/ See You Next Tuesday, Deaf Club, etc

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Vanessa Valadez

The band meth. from Chicago, IL has announced their new album SHAME, scheduled for release on February 2, 2024, through Prosthetic Records. To celebrate, they're hosting a gallery exhibition and live event at Thalia Hall in Chicago on the same day. More details about "SHAME" will be disclosed soon. Tickets for the event, which combines a gallery and album launch, are now available.

The event, named "SHAME (a gallery + album release event)," will showcase works by meth.'s members Seb Alvarez, Chris Fox, and Eric Olsen. It will also feature performances by meth., See You Next Tuesday, Deaf Club, and Usurp Synapse.


Speaking on the announcement, Seb Alvarez comments: 

We are so incredibly excited to present our album release event for our new record SHAME. Thalia Hall has always been one of our favorite venues in Chicago and being able to share the stage with bands and artists we all grew up listening to makes the night that much more special to us. It'll be my first time presenting my physical art in a show setting, along side other artists and friends I have a lot of admiration for. We invite everyone to come celebrate with us on February 2.

Of SHAME, he continues: 

SHAME is a record that's hard for me to pin point. It took a collective toll on everyone involved. The five years between this record and our last were mentally exhausting. What came out of it though was something we all agree is our strongest work to date and sonically the closest representation of us as a group. Everything is much more dense, self destructive and visceral than anything we've put out prior and we cannot wait to get this thing out into the world.

Meth. with See You Next Tuesday, Usurp Synapse, Deaf Club:

02/02 Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall

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