Menzingers play free record release show and meet fans at Gallery of Sound in Wilkes-Barre on Feb. 4
Not long after their annual hometown Holiday Show in December in Scranton, The Menzingers will be back in Northeastern Pennsylvania to play a special album release show on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 at 4 p.m. at the Gallery of Sound in Wilkes-Barre.
The all-ages intimate concert and meet and greet is free, but space is limited and those who pre-order the band’s new album, “After the Party,” on CD or vinyl will receive a wristband with priority entry. The Gallery of Sound (186 Mundy St., Wilkes-Barre) will start taking pre-orders this Saturday, Oct. 29, including at its Dickson City and Hazleton locations, and will be selling a red vinyl exclusive to indie record stores. Each CD or vinyl record will come with a bonus 7-inch single featuring “Lookers” and “Bad Catholics,” plus a poster to get signed.
The Menzingers held a similar album release show at the Gallery of Sound when their previous record, “Rented World,” came out through Epitaph Records in 2014.
“After the Party’s” official release date, Feb. 3, was just announced yesterday when they released the next single after “Lookers,” “Bad Catholics.” The Menzingers were back in Scranton this week to shoot a music video for the track, which describes church picnics and growing up in NEPA.