Norma Jean premiere first single from ‘Wrongdoers’ Jun25

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Norma Jean premiere first single from ‘Wrongdoers’

Norma Jean has premiered their first single “If You Got It at Five, You Got It At Fifty” from their forthcoming new studio album, Wrongdoers, on Metal Sucks

(http://www.metalsucks.net/2013/06/24/exclusive-premiere-norma-jean-if-you-got-it-at-five-you-got-it/).

Wrongdoers will be released on August 6th through Razor & Tie.  The album was recorded at Covenant Recording Studios in Kansas City with producer Josh Barber and was mixed by Jeremy Griffith.   Pre-order bundles for Wrongdoers are available at MerchNow  (http://normajean.merchnow.com).  Bundles include t-shirts, a digipak edition of the album, a poster as well as limited edition vinyl pressed in purple, blue/grey swirl and clear.  There is also an exclusive limited edition special 3.5” vinyl featuring B-sides.

Wrongdoers is the band’s sixth full length album and their second Razor & Tie album to date. The album is the follow-up to the band’s critically acclaimed 2010 release, Meridional.

Norma Jean is about to embark on The Summer Slaughter Tour.  The tour kicks off July 19th in San Francisco, CA (tour dates below).

The Atlanta based, Grammy-nominated act has sold over 416,000 combined units in the United States and are esteemed for their aggressively artful sound which has garnered critical praise around the world as evidenced by the overwhelmingly positive press that greeted the band’s previous R&T album Meridional which Alternative Press called, “Norma Jean’s first true masterpiece.”. A.P. also named it one of their Top 10 “Essential Albums of 2010” along with naming Cory Brandan “Best Vocalist” in their MVR’s (Most Valuable Rockers) of 2010.

Norma Jean Tour Dates

The Summer Slaughter Tour

July 19-San Francisco, CA-The Regency
July 20-Los Angeles, CA-House of Blues
July 21-Santa Ana, CA-The Observatory
July 24-Oklahoma City, OK-Diamond Ballroom
July 25-Austin, TX-The Scoot Inn
July 26-Dallas, TX-House of Blues
July 27-Houston, TX-House of Blues
July 29-Orlando, FL-House of Blues with Abiotic *
July 30-Atlanta, GA-The Masquerade
July 31-Knoxville, TN-Old City Courtyard
August 1-Myrtle Beach, SC-House of Blues
August 2-Silver Spring, MD-The Fillmore
August 4-Philadelphia, PA-The Trocadero
August 7-New York, NY-Best Buy Theater
August 8-Toronto, ON-The Sound Academy”
August 9-Montreal, QC-Heavy Mtl
August 10-Albany, NY-Upstate Concert Hall
August 11-Detroit, MI-Majestic Theatre***
August 12-Chicago, IL-House of Blues
August 13-Milwaukee, WI-The Rave
August 14-St. Paul, MN-Station 4
August 16-Denver, CO-Ogden Theatre
August 17-Salt Lake City, UT-The Complex
August 19-Seattle, WA-Showbox Sodo
August 20-Portland, OR-Roseland Ballroom
*No cattle Decapitation & They Art is Murder
***No Dillinger