Greg Puciato, vocalist of groups The Black Queen and The Dillinger Escape Plan, will release a book titled Separate the Dawn next month, on Feb. 12. The book is a collection of poetry and photography that was mostly completed during The Dillinger Escape Plan's final year and a half. The book is to be released on Federal Prisoner, a new label/publishing house that also released The Black Queen's Infinite Games last year.
In an interview with Revolver, Puciato says the following about the project:
This is the heaviest and most brutal, but ultimately positive and necessary piece, in a series of thematically connected output for me, during what I now see as a long transitional arc, of realization, processing, shedding, accepting, and then finally coming out of the other side into a different place. A walk through a broken mirror. Chronologically this goes after Dissociation, and before Infinite Games. It's also a surprising and welcome reconnection with a medium that was my first creative love, even before music, and an equally surprising fascination with a new one. I guess it's essentially my fist (and maybe only) solo release. Thanks to everyone who picks this up, for continuing to encourage me to keep creating with zero regard for parameters of gene or medium. Also, Lebron James is not greater than Michael Jordan.
The Black Queen will tour Australia next week, and North America in the spring.
The Black Queen tour dates:
January 17 Brisbane, Australia Black Bear Lodge SOLD OUT
January 18 Sydney, Australia Landsdowne Hotel SOLD OUT
January 19 Melbourne, Australia Northcote Social Club SOLD OUT
January 20 Melbourne, Australia Northcote Social Club SOLD OUT
February 22 San Diego, CA Brick By Brick
February 23 Las Vegas, NV Db172
February 24 Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge
February 26 Austin, TX Barracuda
February 27 Dallas, TX Curtain Club
March 1 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (Hell)
March 2 Ybor City, FL Crowbar
March 3 Orlando, FL The Abbey
March 5 Charlotte, NC Amos Southend
March 6 Washington, DC Union Stage
March 8 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg
March 9 Philadelphia, PA Underground Arts
March 11 Cambridge, MA The Sinclair
March 12 Montreal, QC Le Ministere
March 13 Toronto, ON Velvet Underground
March 15 Detroit, MI The Shelter
March 16 Chicago, IL Subterranean
March 17 Minneapolis, MN Studio B @ Skyway Theatre
March 19 Denver, CO Marquis Theatre
March 20 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge
March 22 Seattle, WA Chop Suey
March 23 Portland, OR Dante’s
March 25 San Francisco, CA Slim’s
March 26 Sacramento, CA Holy Diver
March 28 Los Angeles, The Regent
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