Frontier Ruckus Announces Double Album, Eternity of Dimming
The Michigan folk rockers in Frontier Ruckus have announced their third full-length album. Eternity of Dimming will be out Jan. 29, 2013 on Quite Scientific Records.
The 20-track double album is a nostalgic ode to coming of age in the ‘90s and how many of the decade’s hallmarks—like “elephantine copy machines” and “porn stashes found behind Taco Bell”—are now obsolete or non-existent.
You can listen to one of the album’s tracks, “Black Holes,” below. The song is emblematic of Eternity of Dimming as a whole, with frontman Matthew Milia singing of J.C. Penny’s, “Little Caesar’s birthday nights,” “rug burn floors” and other images and associations near and dear to ’90s kids.
Below the stream of “Black Holes” you’ll find the band’s touring schedule for the rest of 2012. Check out the band’s website here. Eternity of Dimming is also set for release on Jan. 28 on Loose Music in Europe.
Frontier Ruckus Tour Dates
20 - Austin, Texas @ Cactus Cafe
21 - Houston, Texas @ Walter’s
24 - Jackson, Miss. @ Hal & Mal’s
25 - Oxford, Miss. @ Proud Larry’s
26 - St. Louis, Mo. @ Old Rock House
27 - Columbia, Mo. @ Mojo’s
1 - Atlanta, Ga. @ The Earl
2 - Nashville, Tenn. @ High Watt
3 - Louisville, Ky. @ Zanzabar
15 - Madison, Wisc. @ Frequency
16 - Marquette, Mich. @ Northern Michigan University
17 - Minneapolis Minn. @ 7th St. Entry
7 – Akron, Ohio @ Musica
8 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Taft Theatre
31 – Detroit, Mich. @ Majestic Theater/The Magic Stick
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