Due to a family emergency The Body had a major interruption on their July – Sept U.S.  They will now pick up the tour again starting on Sept. 12th.

9/12/2010 house show – Greensboro, NC
9/13/2010 The Triple – Richmond, VA
9/14/2010  JRs Bar – Philadelphia, PA
9/15/2010 The Sidebar – Baltimore, MD
9/16/2010 Acheron – Brooklyn, NY
9/17/2010 Dad City – Amherst, MA
9/19/2010 *TBA matinee show – Boston, MA
9/24/2010 AS220 – Providence, RI w/ Dropdead
10/12/2010 Machines With Magnets – Providence, RI w/ Thrones
11/16/2010 PA’s Lounge – Boston, MA
11/17/2010 AS220 – Providence, RI

“Like the best of Eyehategod or Bastard Noise, All the Waters is the rare album that feels truly dangerous… The record itself is a smartly designed simulacrum for the lyrics, recreating the sense of impending darkness by creating a sound that swallows itself… All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood is the seldom collapse-of-the-world record that’s actually as disturbing as it wants to be.” – Pitchfork

“As the record continues, the beating just doesn’t stop. The choral voices, returning here and there, are the only ray of hope: the Body’s own singing amounts to weedy, apocalyptic howls, barely clearing the din of their processional stomps. It’s an experience, this record, written in big riffs and celestial choirs and digital static.” – The New York Times

“One of the most unrelenting, riveting, odd and just plain special records of the year.” – Brooklyn Vegan

“.. be prepared to look beyond the realms of traditional doom, or of conventional heaviness, because The Body are anything but traditional or conventional, and All The Waters Of The Earth Turn To Blood just might be the coolest, weirdest, most original doom record EVER.” – Aquarius Records

“Ever since Black Sabbath’s debut 40 years ago, doom metal bands have been providing the soundtrack to the end of humanity, but Providence, Rhode Island’s The Body may be one of the first to make Armageddon sound truly scary.” – Rue Morgue Magazine

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~ by Joshua / At A Loss on September 7, 2010.

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