Today Is The Day Stream Remasterd Version Of “In The Eyes Of God”

Today Is The Day are streaming the remastered version of their 1999 album “In The Eyes Of God.” This version of the album will be released tomorrow (September 22). It is worth noting that the effort features Steve Austin, along with Mastodon’s Brann Dailor and Bill Kelliher.

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Today Is The Day To Reissue “In The Eyes Of God”

Today Is The Day will be reissuing their 1999 album “In The Eyes Of God” on September 22, via The End Records. That effort, which featured Steve Austin, along with Mastodon’s Brann Dailor and Bill Kelliher, has been remastered by Austin and Maor Applebaum, and it will come with various demo tracks. Austin said the following:

“In 1999, I set out to make the fastest and most technical Today Is The Day record I could. The record was recorded in full three times, with the third version being the one we released. The second time we demo’d the album came out really great and could have been the released version. So with this re-issue, the listener can hear the progression of the record being made. Brann Dailor‘s drumming and Bill Kelliher‘s bass playing was a perfect fit for this out-of-control album.”

Preorders can be found HERE.

[via The PRP]

Today Is The Day Announce “Temple Of The Morning Star” 20th Anniversary Tour

Today Is The Day recently released a 20th anniversary deluxe version of “Temple Of The Morning Star,” and now the band have revealed that they will be celebrating the anniversary with a North American tour as well. You can see the dates for that below. Kayo Dot will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

07/06 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus Bar
07/08 Baltimore, MD – The Depot
07/09 Trenton, NJ – Championship Bar
07/10 Norfolk, VA – Charlie’s American Cafe
07/11 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
07/12 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
07/13 Houston, TX – Walters
07/15 Dallas, TX – The Curtain Club
07/16 Austin, TX – The Lost Well
07/19 Phoenix, AZ – Joe’s Grotto
07/20 Upland, CA – Gideon’s Hall
07/21 San Francisco, CA – The DNA Lounge
07/22 Portland, OR – Tonic Lounge
07/23 Seattle, WA – Highline
07/25 Salt Lake City, UT – Club X
07/26 Denver, CO – The Marquis Theater
07/27 Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room
07/28 Chicago, IL – Reggies
07/29 Toronto, ON, Canada – Hard Luck
07/30 Montreal, QC, Canada – L’Esco

Today Is The Day Premiere New Video For Acoustic Version Of “Temple Of The Morning Star”

Today Is The Day have premiered a new video for the acoustic version of the title track of their 1997 album “Temple Of The Morning Star,” via Revolver. This version of the song is from the band’s two-disc deluxe version of that release, which is available now.

Steve Austin said the following:

“‘Temple Of The Morning Star‘ was made late at night alone in an industrial warehouse that my studio was in. I was homeless and living there just trying to survive. No family, no love. I had broken up with my girlfriend, and my life was in a fast downward spiral that I was living through. I had been listening a lot to Shake with John McLaughlin.

I was impressed with the ultra fast middle eastern acoustic guitar playing. I wrote the song in a stream of conscious. When it was complete, I decided that the track would be the theme for the record. I was in pain, filled with loneliness and anger.

Feeling kicked out and pushed out by everyone and I needed something to relate to. ‘Temple Of The Morning Star‘ was a declaration of freedom and independence that made it clear that I will not compromise myself or the things I believe in for acceptance from anyone. You have to be yourself, even when it hurts.”

Today Is The Day Premiere New Video For Remastered Version Of “Blindspot”

Today Is The Day have premiered a new video for the remastered version of their track “Blindspot,” via Loudwire. This version of the song is from the band’s two-disc deluxe version of their 1997 album “Temple Of The Morning Star,“ which was released today (March 24).

Steve Austin said the following:

“‘Blindspot‘ is a snapshot, looking down on earth and all off the hatred and violence going on.

The masses being controlled by the media and big money calling all of the shots. When I wrote the song long ago, I was inspired by the Los Angeles bank robbery guys that came out firing in bullet proof vests.

They just kept getting hit and didn’t go down. It was out of control.

When we shot the video, I wanted to create a psychedelic explosion. I hate cable news. Mainstream cable news constantly tries to terrify us with crime, murder, terror and corruption. It is truly a freak show of sorts.

Filmmaker David Hall and I got together and created an extreme version of reality, TV and real life, while having a little fun. It was great to shoot it with a close friend.

Total freedom of expression. Sometimes you just gotta let go and just not give a fuck about what anyone thinks. Anger is an energy.”

Today Is The Day Stream Remastered Version Of “Blindspot”

Today Is The Day are streaming a remastered version of their track “Blindspot,” via Invisible Oranges. This version of the song will appear on the band’s two-disc deluxe version of their 1997 album “Temple Of The Morning Star,“ which will be released on March 24.

Steve Austin said the following:

“‘Blindspot‘ is one of my favorite tracks from ‘Temple Of The Morning Star‘. The song lyrically is a birds eye view of the world and the massive machine behind it. The music is purposely designed to give the feel of a high tech steam roller that crushes you and just keeps moving ahead. Being driven insane, it is a carnival of twisted mirrors that contort and distort the way you view yourself.”