The Genitorturers are excited to announce two in-store signing sessions in support of their new album ‘Black Heart Revolution’ in Seattle and Las Vegas. The Seattle signing takes place on Thursday October 29th at Silver Platters located at 701 5th Ave N. (Corner of Roy St) at 7:00 PM. The Las Vegas signing will take place at Zia Records located at 4225 S. Eastern Ave. The Genitorturers have also posted a new video album teaser on their YouTube channel. You can view it below.

Genitorturers had the following to say about the premiere of “Revolution” on their MySpace page and the upcoming signing sessions, “It’s a week before the release of our new album ‘Black Heart Revolution’ so we wanted to debut this ass kicking track, to give you a taste of what is to CUM. We are looking forward to hanging with our fans at both of these signing sessions and bringing the ‘Back Heart Revolution’ to a town near you.”

The Genitorturers live & loud line up will include longtime Genitorturers drummer Angel (Dope) as well as the addition of guitarists Eric Griffin formerly of Wednesday 13/ Murderdolls & Nate Manor formerly of Wednesday 13/Amen as well as a bevy of titillating performers.

Not only will you have a chance to see one of the most amazing shows of the year, fans attending the Genitorturers tour have something else to look forward to. On each stop of the tour the band will be hosting a “Black Heart Video Confessional” booth to capture fans deepest, darkest, most intriguing “Genitorturers” moments and stories. Come confess your sins, the most bizarre & intense stories will be included in the bands upcoming tour DVD. Fans can also participate by submitting videos to the band online. More details for online submissions to follow. The best stories will be compiled and the wildest will win a chance at a grand prize cabin on the bands May 2010 “Devils & Dolls” hard rockin’ 5 night Cruise to Jamaica & Grand Cayman on the Carnival ship Destiny.

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