IRON REAGAN Share Full Album Stream of ‘Crossover Ministry’ via Noisey/Pittsburgh March 3 @Spirit

IRON REAGAN Share Full Album Stream of ‘Crossover Ministry’ via Noisey
Crossover Ministry is due out February 3rd, 2017 on Relapse Records
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“Iron Reagan play a revved-up take on the ‘80s crossover sound, the one where speed metal and hardcore merged into one giddy and pummeling skateboard soundtrack.” – Stereogum
Richmond crossover punks Iron Reagan have shared a full album stream of Crossover Ministry through Vice’s music portal Noisey. Hear the vicious sermon exclusively via Noisey at this location, who say that “Crossover Ministry parties hard and riffs harder, bringing the mosh with a mix of Tony Foresta’s trademark goofball humor and on-point jibes about the sorry state of the planet.”

Watch the previously released. official music video for “Bleed the Fifth” at this location. Follow the strung-out antics of two rogue cops, played by the stars of Comedy Central’s new show Delco Proper (http://www.cc.com/shows/delco-proper), who stumble into the wrong crowd at the wrong time.

Recorded by guitarist Phil “Landphil” Hall and mixed by Kurt Ballou, Crossover Ministry features 30 minutes of relentlessly catchy riffs and irresistibly mosh-ready breakdowns paired with lyrics that run the gamut from satyrical to serious.  In the wake of one of the most controversial presidential elections in American history, Crossover Ministry couldn’t have come at a better time.

Pre-Order ‘Crossover Ministry’ via Relapse HERE
Additionally, Iron Reagan are featured on a Donald Trump “Inauguration From Hell” inspired cover of New Noise Magazine Issue #30. The special edition features the previously unreleased “Take the Fall” track on limited flexi disc, an 18×24 screen printed poster and a subscription to New Noise Magazine. View the cover and order the limited bundle at this location. Cover illustration by Matt Stikker (@bargainbinblasphemy). All poster proceeds go towards the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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IRON REAGAN Tour Dates: 

—All dates 2/24 – 3/17 with Power Trip —

Feb 22 Nashville, TN The End *No Power Trip*
Feb 24 Houston, TX Walter’s
Feb 25 New Orleans, LA Siberia
Feb 26 Birmingham, AL Saturn
Feb 27 Raleigh, NC Kings *
Feb 28 Richmond, VA Broadberry *+
Mar 01 Baltimore, MD Soundstage *+
Mar 02 New York, NY Marlin Room +&
Mar 03 Pittsburgh, PA Spirit +$
Mar 04 Cleveland, OH Now That’s Class +$
Mar 07 Boston, MA Elk’s Lodge
Mar 08 Montreal, QC Les Foufounes Electriques
Mar 09 Ottawa, ON Brass Monkey
Mar 10 Toronto, ON Velvet Underground
Mar 11 Detroit, MI Marble Bar
Mar 12 Chicago, IL Reggie’s
Mar 13 Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock
Mar 14 Des Moines, IA Vaudeville Mews
Mar 16 Kansas City, MO Riot Room
Mar 17 Oklahoma City, OK 89th Street Collective

*w/ Genocide Pact
+w/Concealed Blade
&w/ Krimewatch
$w/ Protester

— With Wrong 3/22 – 3/24 —

Mar 22 Orlando, FL Will’s Pub
Mar 23 Miami, FL Churchill’s
Mar 24 Tampa, FL Crowbar
Mar 25 Greensboro, NC Blind Tiger

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Pre-order links:
(CD/LP/Cassette) www.relapse.com/iron-reagan
(digital) www.ironreagan.bandcamp.com

Cover art by BONETHROWER.
Artist photo by Callum McMillam.IRON REAGAN is:

Tony Foresta – Vocals
Mark Bronzino – Guitar
Landphil Hall – Guitar
Rob Skotis – Bass
Ryan Parrish – Drums

DJ wunderkind Chrome Sparks playing Pittsburgh

Chrome Sparks is the project Jeremy Malvin, a musician and producer living in Brooklyn by way of Pittsburgh and Ann Arbor. He kicked off Chrome Sparks in mid-2012 with the track ‘Marijuana’, a thumping, fluttering piece of synth-centered bass music that unexpectedly set the internet alight. Inspired by a background in classical percussion and an obsession with synthesizers, Malvin creates dazed, melodic beat-centric tunes that loosely hang between down-tempo head nodders and up-tempo club bangers. His last EP Parallelism was made using sounds from three analog synthesizers, vocal samples from friends, and a tambourine.

As previously announced, the artist known as Chrome Sparks will be touring the US this fall.  The tour encompasses headlining shows (including one at Echoplexin Los Angeles on September 27 and at NYC‘s Le Poisson Rouge on October 15) as well as festival appearances (III Points Festival) and select dates as the support for Flume ( Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 18 and Forest Hills Stadium in New York on August 27).   For his headlining dates Chrome Sparkswill be touring with special guest Roland Tings. The full run of dates and ticket links, including festival appearances and special one-off shows, is below.
The Brooklyn-based artist, born Jeremy Malvin, grew up in Pittsburgh and spent formative time in Ann Arbor before settling east and converting a legion of supporters to his deftly hybridized sound, including PitchforkDancing AstronautIndie Shuffle, and FADER.  He can also count  Annie Mac and Triple J as supporters on radio and fellow music-making champions in BonoboLaurent Garnier and Anna Lunoe. His classical training in percussion lends a strong beat-centricity to his productions, and his background playing in bands manifests itself in carefully considered live performances. Asked to describe Chrome Sparks shows, he says:
“I need instruments; I need oscillators; I need someone flailing around, sticks in hand, trying to destroy a few drums. With the help of my percussive friend, Bill DeLelles, and pre programmed MIDI patterns that are sent to a variety of analog synths and samplers, I’m able to play some of the instruments while the others play themselves. Each instrument’s audio is run back through my laptop, allowing me to loop different parts and build on songs organically. I believe this process creates an effect that’s palpable for the audience, a balance that is simultaneously delicate and extremely powerful.”  
 
CHROME SPARKS TOUR
August 18 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO (w/ Flume) [ TICKETS ]
August 19 – Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO [ TICKETS ]
August 25 – Express Live! – Columbus, OH [ TICKETS ]
August 26 – Spirit Hall – Pittsburgh, PATICKETS ]
August 27 – Forest Hills Stadium – Forest Hills, NY (w/ Flume) [ TICKETS ]
September 10 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA [ TICKETS ]
September 12 – Theatre Fairmount – Montreal, QC [ TICKETS ]
September 14 – The Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, MI [ TICKETS ]
September 16 – Rose Music Hall – Columbia, MO [ TICKETS ]
September 17 – The Record Bar – Kansas City, MO [ TICKETS ]
September 18 – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO [ TICKETS ]
September 20 – Reef – Boise, ID [ TICKETS ]
September 22 – Neumos – Seattle, WA [ TICKETS ]
September 23 – Holocene – Portland, OR [ TICKETS ]
September 24 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA [ TICKETS ]
September 25 – The Catalyst Club – Santa Cruz, CA [ TICKETS ]
September 27 – Echoplex – Los Angeles, CA [ TICKETS ]
September 28 – The Irenic – San Diego, CA [ TICKETS ]
September 29 – Valley Bar – Phoenix, AZ [ TICKETS ]
September 30 – Sister – Albuquerque, NM [ TICKETS ]
October 1 – Empire Control Room – Austin, TX [ TICKETS ]
October 3 – Three Links – Dallas, TX [ TICKETS ]
October 4 – Hi-Ho Lounge – New Orleans, LA [ TICKETS ]
October 5 – The Social – Orlando, FL [ TICKETS ]
October 7 – III Points Festival – Miami, FL [ TICKETS ]
October 8 – Crowbar – Tampa, FL [ TICKETS ]
October 10 – Terminal West – Atlanta, GA [ TICKETS ]
October 11 – Neighborhood Theater – Charlotte, NC [ TICKETS ]
October 12 – The Broadberry – Richmond, VA [ TICKETS ]
October 13 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC [ TICKETS ]
October 15 – Le Poisson Rouge – New York, NY [ TICKETS ]
FIND CHROME SPARKS HERE: