Eighteen Visions just recently released their new album “XVIII,” but it looks like the band have already returned to the studio. They said they are not working on another album yet, but they do have “something very special” in the works.
Eighteen Visions have announced some November UK shows. Check out the dates:
11/09 London, UK – The Underworld
11/10 Glasgow, UK – Cathouse
11/11 Manchester, UK – Sound Control
Last night (June 2), Eighteen Visions played their first live show since 2007 at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA. You can see footage of that below, and pick up the band’s new album “XVIII” now.
[via The PRP]
Eighteen Visions have premiered a new video for their new song “Live Again.” This track is from the band’s new album “XVIII,” which is available now.
Eighteen Visions are streaming their new album “XVIII” in its entirety. The effort will officially be released tomorrow (June 2).
Eighteen Visions will be playing their first reunion show at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA tomorrow (June 2), and they have confirmed who will be featured in their live lineup. First of all, the band have recruited guitarist Josh James (Stick To Your Guns) for their live dates. Second, guitarist Keith Barney recently told Exclaim! that they will not replace late bassist Mick Morris:
“We decided on not having a bass player and running bass tracks, as kind of an ode, an homage, to Mick. We just set up bass gear, set up a bass and have a little candle — we purposely leave that as an empty space.”
Eighteen Visions have premiered a new song titled “The Disease, The Decline, And Wasted Time,” via Kerrang!. This track is from the band’s new album “XVIII,” which will be released on June 2 via Rise Records.