Slaves Stream New Song 'I'd Rather See Your Star Explode'


Sacramento heavy rockers Slaves have released an online stream of their brand new single, "I'd Rather See Your Star Explode", which comes from their forthcoming album.

The new record was produced by Erik Ron (Panic! At the Disco, Set It Off) and features guest vocals from Spencer Chamberlain (Underoath), Garret Rapp (The Color Morale), and Tilian Pearson (Dance Gavin Dance).

Slaves frontman Jonny Craig had this to say about the effort, "with this album, I feel like I have the chance to be the person I was supposed to be the entire time." Stream the first single here.

The band has also announced that they will be crossing the pond in March to launch a European tour which will kick off on the 10th in Munich and conclude on the 30th in Manchester.

Slaves European Tour Dates:
March 10 - Backstage - Munich, Germany
March 11 - Circolo MU - Parma, Italy
March 12 - Arena - Vienna, Austria
March 14 - Naumanns - Leipzig, Germany
March 15 - Musik & Frieden - Berlin, Germany
March 16 - Hafenklang - Hamburg, Germany
March 17 - Luxor - Cologne, Germany
March 18 - Pumpehuset - Copenhagen West, Denmark
March 20 - Sugar Factory - Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 23 - Sticky Mikes Frog Bar - Brighton, UK
March 24 - 02 Islington Academy - London, UK
March 25 - Thekla - Bristol, UK
March 27 - Mama Roux's - Birmingham, UK
March 28 - Basement - Nottingham, UK
March 29 - King Tuts - Glasgow, UK
March 30 - Sound Control - Manchester, UK

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