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Alright! We’re less than two weeks away from the release of Meek is Murder’s Algorithms. And the band is out on tour now! City’s Best recently encouraged readers to “Catch this upstart new combat unit so you can brag about it when they are taking the metal world by storm a year from now.” That’s obviously high praise, but it’s not B.S. — the band absolutely impales aardvark babies live.

There are tour dates after the jump. Of course, what you could also do instead is just download Meek is Murder’s new FREE app for your iPhone, iPod touch, and/or iPad. It was designed by MiM guitarist/vocalist Mike Keller, whose Clark Kentian persona as a maker of apps disguises his Supermanly prowess as a creator of what Brooklyn Vegan calls “off-kilter hardcore-influenced math-terpieces.” It comes with all the usual goodies (tour schedule with links to buy tickets and the ability to add your show to your calendar and maps, exclusive photos, videos, etc.), but it also comes with a new free song from Algorithms.

Yep. You could be listening to new Meek is Murder music right now!

Download the app here.

Don’t forget that MetalSucks is releasing the  Algorithms on March 22. It was produced and mixed by the legenary Kurt Ballou! We’re already accepting pre-orders here; you can get a digital download, a t-shirt package, or one of the few remaining super-limited-edition CDs that the band personally made, put their actual fingerprints on, and sprayed with drummer Frank Godla’s cologne. No, we are not making this up.

And here are those tour dates again:

March 11 – Fairfax, VA @ Firehouse Bar
March 12 – Greenville, NC @ The Tipsy Teapot
March 13 – Atlanta, GA @ (house show)
March 14 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Here Today Gone Tomorrow
March 17 – Austin, TX @ Venue 222 (SXSW matinee w/ The Faceless, T.R.A.M.)
March 18 – Austin, TX @ Headhunters (SXSW matinee w/ Kvelertak, Havok, Red Fang, Wormrot)
March 21 – Louisville, KY @ Cahoots
March 23 – Doylestown, PA @ Siren Records
March 24 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool (Algorithms record release show)


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