PUNK/PSYCHOBILLY/MELODIC ROCKERS STELLAR CORPSES HEAD OFF ON ANOTHER TOUR, INCLUDING A FEW SHOWS WITH MICHALE GRAVES (THE MISFITS) AND MARKY RAMONE

PUNK / PSYCHOBILLY / MELODIC ROCKERS STELLAR CORPSES HEAD OFF ON ANOTHER TOUR; AIDED BY THEIR FANS/STREET TEAM AND THEIR OWN INGENUITY, THE STELLAR CORPSES HAVE BOOKED THEIR OWN TOUR, INCLUDING A FEW SHOWS WITH MICHALE GRAVES (THE MISFITS) AND MARKY RAMONE

Los Angeles, CA: DIY to the core, Stellar Corpses, who just released their album “Dead Stars Drive-In” (Santa Carla Records), which has been gaining traction at specialty radio with first single “Vampire Kiss,” are embarking on another self-booked tour, including special shows with Michale Graves (Misfits) and Marky Ramone.

Dead Stars Drive-In” was produced by Joe McGrath (AFI, Tiger Army, Alkaline Trio and many more). “It was amazing to record in the same place that so many of my influences recorded,” lead singer/guitarist Dusty Grave exudes. “Black Flag, Descendents and Pennywise to name a few. And working with Joe McGrath was incredible. He helped us to make the best record of our lives. “We are excited to have some really special guests on the album like Hunter Burgan (AFI), Jade Puget (AFI) and Michale Graves (Misfits)!”

Dusty continues, “I’m grateful to be an independent musician. ‘Dead Stars Drive-In’ is exactly the album that we wanted to make. So much of today’s popular music is inauthentic. We’re not hearing music from the artists’ hearts, but instead we’re hearing what their record labels think will sell. We’re all so incredibly proud of how ‘Dead Stars Drive-In’ sounds.”

Stellar Corpses hail from Santa Cruz and have become a fixture in its hard rock music scene. This is no overnight success story. Stellar Corpses met in high school and have been around, playing small clubs, building their fan base and doing whatever it takes to be able to create and perform music as their lifelong career. They’ve got the goods…now it’s time to get out there and prove it to a bigger audience.

When you first hear the band name “Stellar Corpses,” you probably assume it’s another death rock band. Not so. Stellar Corpses, which literally means “dead stars” in astronomy, are an amalgamation of punk, rockabilly, hard rock and even some melodic rock thrown in for good measure. Stellar Corpses list their musical influences as Elvis, Black Flag, Social Distortion, Stray Cats, Bad Religion, Black Sabbath, AFI, The Misfits, Danzig, Rancid, Sepultura and Megadeth. With a mix like that, it’s no wonder Stellar Corpses blended their musical tastes into something really special.

Please check out www.stellarcorpses.com, https://www.facebook.com/StellarCorpses, http://www.youtube.com/stellarcorpses#p/a
Video for “Vampire Kiss” (a must see for “Lost Boys” fans!): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIhBqZ6fk7w

TOUR DATES
Fri 2/10 – Stockton, CA – Plea For Peace Center (All Ages) 10pm
Sat 2/11 – Berkeley, CA – 924 Gilman St. (All Ages) 9:30pm
Wed 2/15 – Fresno, CA – Bel Tower (All Ages) 11pm
Fri 2/17 – Phoenix – Chasers (Emilio’s Birthday!) 11pm
Sat 2/18 – El Paso – House of Rock (All Ages) 11pm
Sun 2/19 – San Angelo, TX – The Deadhorse Saloon (21+) 11pm
Tue 2/21 – San Antonio, TX – The Korova (All Ages) 10pm
Wed 2/22 – Corpus Christi, TX – Zeros Hard Rock Club 10pm
Thu 2/23 – Laredo, TX – The Cold Brew (21+) 10pm
Fri 2/24 – Austin, TX – Headhunters (21+) 11pm
Sat 2/25 – Dallas – La Grange (21+) 9pm
Sat 3/3 – Denver – Moe’s (Englewood, All Ages) 11pm
Sun 3/4 – Grand Junction, CO – Tenacious Brothers Pub (21+) 11pm
Wed 3/7 – Vernal, UT – Best Western Dinosaur Inn (All Ages) 10pm
Thu 3/8 – Salt Lake City, UT – Burts Tiki Lounge (21+) 11pm
Fri 3/9 – Sparks, NV – The Alley (All Ages) 11pm
Sat 3/10 – Oakland, CA – The Metro (All Ages) 11pm
Thu 3/15 – Ventura, CA – Billy O’s (21+) 10pm
Fri 3/16 – San Diego – Bar Eleven (21+) 11pm
Sat 3/17 – Reseda, CA – Webers (All Ages) 10pm
Sun 3/18 – Anaheim, CA – Mirror Image Studios (All Ages) 10pm
Wed 3/21 – Joplin, MO – The New Keystone Lounge 10pm
Thu 3/22 – Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom (All Ages) 10pm
Wed 3/28 – Hoboken, NJ Maxwell’s (with Marky Ramone & Michale Graves) 9pm
Thu 3/29 – Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theater (with Marky Ramone & Michale Graves) 9pm
Fri 3/30 – Atlantic City, NJ Atlantic City Convention Center (with Marky Ramone & Michale Graves) 9pm
Sat 3/31 – Baltimore, MD Sonar (with Marky Ramone & Michale Graves) 9pm
Sun 4/01 – Brooklyn, NY The Bell House (with Marky Ramone & Michale Graves) 9pm

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