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New album release date plus UK Tour dates announced

Hey what's up Coffin Kidz? Lots of exciting news from the TCC camp. First up following the success of our mini tour earlier this month we are pleased to announce that we'll be back out on tour with our good friends Gypsy Pistoleros this coming June/July which also includes a hometown support slot in Nottingham with L.A Guns at the Marcus Garvey Ballroom. The full list of dates are below. Secondly we are pleased to announce that our 11 track compilation CD "Best Kept Secret" will officially be released on Aug 27th on our new American label Jamsync Music. The CD has been totally remastered, repackaged and looks/ sounds amazing. Please visit www.jamsyncmusic.com for more details and look out for an official press release coming soon from the label. The track listing is as follows: Best Friend Is My Radio Cocaine Dial It Up Down On Luck Thankyou For Nothing Mirrors & Wires Don't Look At Me Like That Believe In You One Thing You Don't Need Eat Your Heart Out Ain't Got Nothin' On Me And finally TCC will be heading into the studio in early June to record brand new material which we already know you're going to love. More updates on that and everything else coming soon. The TCC flame still burns!! We hope to see you all out on tour in June/July. Wylde, Laney 74 & Spike xx

TCC Return This Summer!!

Hello fiends. Long time no speak. Sometimes no news is good news, but this time we do actually have some tangible news. News that you can feel, reach out and touch! All TCC members have been flapping their gums and talking to each other a lot more than usual recently, trying to figure out what we want to do and how we want to do it. And honestly, if we even want to do it all! It's been a long time since our last live show (July 2008) and even longer since the original four of us got together and kicked it on stage. (November 2007!) I know that most of you know our story. If you don't, then I recommend reading some old blogs, or better still, our own individual blogs. I don't think that any band in the UK worked harder than us between the years of 2004 and 2007. But quite simply, we hit the preverbial glass ceiling and try as we might, we just couldn't break through. We accomplished a lot in a short period of time, but we always had our sights set a lot higher. Eventually though, we all got burned out and even though breaking up was discussed, we agreed to just go our seperate ways and do our own things for a while. However, we all agreed to keep the TCC flame burning. So now, I'd like to confirm that Summer 2009, TCC will indeed be getting back together for a few shows. This time though, it's different. There is no expectations. No big record deal to chase. No management fuck-arounds. No putting all our eggs in one basket. No money? No problem! We're doing this because we miss playing the songs, we miss playing together and aw shucks, golly-gee.... We genuinely miss our fans and the die-hards that have always stuck with us. That's the truth. Please remember, if you don't read it here, it ain't happening. We might go back into the studio before the gigs and we might not. We may tour the UK for two weeks or we may just play a couple of shows. We may book more tours after this or it may be the last time that you see us. No promises, no expectations, just a good time. And if you have a problem with that, please fight Rob Wylde. So, on August 8th 2009, we return to the festival that we made famous, the event that we headlined in 2005, the UKs greatest annual rock n roll spectacle: TRASHSTOCK. More news to follow.... Maybe. ;) Jamie Delerict.