Three years in the making, Part 1 of the Apocalypse Cow
Musical saga will hit shelves on March 20
SeepeopleS announces first leg of Apocalypse Cow Tour dates

Asheville, NC-based SeepeopleS will release their third album, Apocalypse Cow Vol. I, on March 20, 2007. The band will be on tour, debuting new material from the album, from February through August, with festival appearances throughout the summer, including Wakarusa and Dogstock. Apocalypse Cow Vol. I will be released on the band's own imprint, Razcalz Recordz; produced by Will Holland (The Pixies, Devo), the album was recorded at Chillhouse Studios in Boston, MA.

*Check out the brand new video for the single, "Apocalypse Cow," from SeepeopleS' new album: here.

Since the band's original lineup reunited in late 2004, this four-piece sonic rock outfit has been steadily and quietly taking hold of live music fans and headphone recluses alike with their trademark mix of psychedelic rock, pop and ambient styles that attacks your ears like a freight train and leaves fans wondering how a four-piece can create such a robust, detailed sound in the live setting.

Bandleader Will Bradford captains the ship on vocals, keys and guitars. Bradford's guitar technique occasionally recalls the subtle nuances of The Verve's Nick McCabe and the intensity of Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood, but remains entirely his own and couples with his soaring vocals to create the band's unique sound. On bass and vocals, Berklee-trained Dan Ingenthron has earned his own cheering section in the live setting, leaving a small clot of fans with mouths agape in his wake after every show. Tim Haney, a touring drummer since age 14, ravages his kit with passion, acuity and old fashioned brute force. Rounding out the lineup is Peter Keys, long-time touring keyboardist for Parliament Funkadelic, who can only be described as a true musical virtuoso.

Collectors and mavens know SeepeopleS for the treasure trove of eclectic guest appearances, memorable songwriting and major label-worthy production aesthetic that appears on the band's albums, each an interesting gem in its own right. SeepeopleS' last release (2004), The Corn Syrup Conspiracy, won critical praise nationally for its polished production value, as well as its attention to songwriting and cohesiveness, and its cameo appearances by musical virtuosos Tim Reynolds, Dana Colley (Morphine), Dave Shul (Spearhead) and members of Parliament Funkadelic. The album, in fact, boasts the last known commercial recording of the late Ray Davis, Parliament's signature booming baritone vocalist.

Continuing in the tradition of creating great albums, Apocalypse Cow Vol. I is no exception. "It is the first time we have ever recorded a real string section for some of the songs," explains bandleader Will Bradford. Featuring 17 new tracks ranging from straight rock n' roll, to SeepeopleS' inexplicable sonic creations, Apocalypse Cow Vol. I marks a huge step in the evolution the band, and their most ambitious release to date.

The album hits shelves on March. 20, with a full load of tour dates announced in support of the release, including appearances at Wakarusa 2007 and Dogstock Festivals. For more info on SeepeopleS, or for a sneak preview of several of the new tracks on Apocalypse Cow Vol I., please visit:

02.22 | Preservation Pub | Knoxville, TN
02.23 | Crossroads | Huntsville, AL
02.24 | Ziggy's | Winston-Salem, NC
02.28 | Grog & Tankard | Washington, DC
03.01 | Castaway's | Ithaca, NY
03.02 | Electric Company | Utica, NY
03.03 | Maggies | Plattsburgh, NY
03.05 | Nectar's | Burlington, VT
03.06 | the Annex | New York, NY
03.07 | Middle East | Cambridge, MA
03.08 | Main Pub | Manchester, CT
03.09 | Big Easy | Portland, ME
03.10 | Khyber | Philadelphia, PA
04.05 | Southgate House | Cincinnati, OH
04.06 | Kinetic Playground | Chicago, IL
04.07 | Cicero's | St. Louis, MO
04.09 | Mojo's | Columbia, MO
04.10 | Bottleneck | Lawrence, KS
04.13 | Dulcinea's | Denver, CO
04.14 | Finnegan's Wake | Avon, CO
04.20 | Black Nuggett | Carbondale, CO
04.21 | First St. Pub | Nederland, CO
05.04 | Boulders Music Hall | Detroit, MI
05.05 | Nelson Ledges | Garrettsville, OH
05.23 | Pour House | Raleigh, NC
05.26 | Grey Eagle | Asheville, NC
06.08 | Wakarusa Festival | Lawrence, KS
06.23 | Harmony Ball | Lake Toxaway, NC
07.27 | Dogstock Fest | Malvern, KS
08.24 | Musefest | Ithaca, NY

[Published on: 2/21/07]

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jackstraw1984 Wed 2/21/2007 11:20AM
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no asheville show? kinda weird...but whateva, I'll see em in Lake Toxaway. anyone who doesn't know about seepeoples should get on the bus and go check em out.

jeffsackman Wed 2/21/2007 11:29AM
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Asheville, NC - Grey Eagle - May 26

moeMan1 starstarstarstarstar Wed 2/21/2007 12:05PM
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i love these guys thier first album "For the Good of the Nation" still gives me the chills. if you have a chance check them out. Cant wait for the CO run.

planbee starstarstarstarstar Wed 2/21/2007 12:57PM
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Yea yea! These guys deserve WAY more attention. Some of the most intelligent and addictive music being performed today, with an over-the-top live show to boot. Make sure you check out the shows, they just got new lights and they have a video screen with a huge trove of images and videos at their disposal. Some of the juxtapositions of song and screen are unforgettable.

And Apocalypse Cow will continue their run of excellent studio albums!

pgoodie starstarstarstarstar Wed 2/21/2007 02:42PM
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Philadelphia, stand up tall!!!

Sat Mar 10 @ Khyber w/ Breadbox Band.

Conjugal Burning starstarstarstarstar Wed 2/21/2007 06:19PM
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Conjugal Burning

nice! these guys rock. i also enjoy as a cincy native how they listed southgate house on the 4/5 show as Cincinnati, when it is in Northern KY. Nelson Ledges is totally worth traveling for also

Mr. Aaron starstarstarstarstar Thu 2/22/2007 07:21AM
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Mr. Aaron

This is a great band. I rock their sampler CD all the time. I've given away numerous copies too!

nfenne starstarstarstarstar Thu 2/22/2007 08:42AM
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Can't wait to hear this album!

playdoh starstarstarstarstar Sun 2/25/2007 10:17AM
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This is a very talented band all the way around. They may be a little harder edged than your normal jamband, but they meld genres so well. Songwriting is dark, but top notch stuff

Triggin starstarstarstarstar Mon 2/26/2007 11:57AM
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great band, less jammy than most jambands, but that doesn't take away from the experience at all. go see them if they come to your town.

origen starstarstarstarstar Tue 2/27/2007 09:23AM
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One of the best bands in the southeast right now. They have a modern psychedelic sound with a great lyrical style, giving them an alt-rock sound, and they also feature great instrumental jams.

rascal starstarstarstarstar Wed 2/28/2007 10:05AM
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SeepeopleS SeepeopleS SeepeopleS!!!!
my vote for the president of the USA

NOTeNEF PROMOTIONS Mon 3/19/2007 09:31PM
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Great to see a press release on Jambase about these talented fellas. After hearing the sneak peak tunes from their upcoming release, I am anxious to hear Apocalypse Cow Vol.1 in it's entirety. Music lovers- SUPPORT THIS BAND!


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