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30 years of Locust Abortion Technician

Posted Oct. 3, 2017, 9 p.m. in Records by Loren
30 years of Locust Abortion Technician

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Butthole Surfers are celebrating a milestone, the 30th anniversary of their album Locust Abortion Technician. Originally released in 1987, the band will release a remastered 10" version of the album on Nov. 17 via Five Music/RED Music. It's the band's first new release since 2007's compilation Pioughd/Widowmaker.


The band has just one show scheduled for 2017, on October 29, in Los Angeles. The press release hints at new music to come in 2018, year #31 for the band.

LOCUST ABORTION TECHINICIAN TRACKLISTING:
22 Going on 23
Graveyard
Sweat Loaf
Pittsburg to Lebanon

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