SOILENT GREEN To Record New Album In March

SOILENT GREEN are planning on entering the studio in March/April to begin recording their new album, tentatively due late summer through Relapse Records. An extensive tour will be lunched immediately following the completion of the album's recording sessions.

In other news, SOILENT GREEN's split seven-inch single with EYEHATEGOD is now available in a limited-edition run of 2,000 (1,500 copies on black vinyl, 400 copies on green-and-white swirl vinyl, and 100 copies on clear vinyl). This split contains one new track each from SOILENT GREEN and EYEHATEGOD that is not available anywhere else. The record, which is available now from, will be sold on a first-come first-served basis and you will not be able to pick the color of the vinyl as you order.

Upcoming SOILENT GREEN shows:

Feb. 13 - Breaux Bridge, LA @ Main Street
Feb. 14 - Baton Rouge, LA @ The Spanish Moon
Feb. 15 - New Orleans, LA @ The Parish @ House of Blues (w/ THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN)
Feb. 27 - Houston, TX @ Mary Jane's


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