A lot of things have changed since that publicity photo of D12 was taken--most notably, the death of group member Proof in 2006, not long after finally hitting the mainstream with the goofy-fun video for "My Band." But the hip-hop crew consisting of Eminem and his long-time pals from Detroit--surviving MCs Bizarre, Kon Artis, Kuniva and Swifty--is nonetheless moving forward, despite Eminem's recently rejuvenated solo career. Eminem's talking about a new D12 album, and a late summer tour has just been announced, with a stop at the Glass House on August 19. Tickets are $12, and on-sale tomorrow, June 26. No word on if Eminem will be at this date of the tour or any others (but probably not, one would imagine).
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Some more new Glass House shows after the jump!
Another veteran hip-hop group, Jedi Mind Tricks, released their sixth studio album last November (A History of Violence), and come to the Glass House on Friday, August 21. Tickets ($16 in advance, $18 at the door) are on sale now.
Finnish heavy metal band (are there four more appealing words in any language?) Children of Bodom have the best album titles pretty much ever: Hate Crew Deathroll, Are You Dead Yet? and Blooddrunk. They're also coming to the Glass House, for two dates, in fact; October 10 and October 11. Skeletonwitch (who are at Chain Reaction on July 15) open on Oct. 10; Austrian Death Machine and Holy Grail support on Oct. 11. $25 tickets go on sale this Saturday, June 27 at noon.
Also they have a free show tonight (!), a "Warped Tour Pre Party" with Finch, Kidneys, OPM and Plague Vendor. That starts at 7 p.m.