Apparently the Glitch Mob's enthusiasm didn't drown after their non-stop promotion for 2010's “Drink the Sea.” Fresh off their tour with only a few months in between, they've announced another nationwide tour beginning with Re:Generation and pounding through until Lollapalooza.
This tour is slated to be the most “interactive” yet, promising audiences extravagance on-stage. With the help of Martin Phillips and John McGuire (most notable for their stage design on previous Nine Inch Nails, Daft Punk, and Kanye West tours), the Mob is likely to create a darker, more foreboding ambiance that couples brilliantly with their upcoming release, out July 12 on Glass Air Records. Although there is little news about their latest release, the grueling environment of non-stop touring is likely to manifest itself into what is sure to be another pounding, bass+banger heavy album. The tour begins June 23 and closes at Lolla on August 7.