We make our return to the stage after 4 months off with this monster jam. Expect a new song or two. 
We’re on the cover of Real Detroit Weekly this week! We’re dressed up in our “covering Hole” Halloween gear, which is basically our friend Sadie as Courtney Love, and us as her ex-Lovers (get it?). Ryan is Billy Corgan (they dated and he wrote pretty much all of “Celebrity Skin”), Sean is Edward Norton (they were engaged. Seriously.), Monday is Trent Reznor (yep, she dated him, too), and John is that Cobain guy.
Check out the article here, and we hope to see you out on the 25th!

A couple rad shows coming up, one with the Men at the LT on 10/14 and another one at the Crofoot Halloween jammer, where we’ll be cover Hole. Both are gonna rule. Don’t sleep.

Hey dudes. Thanks so very much for coming to see us play in your wonderful cities over the last few months. We played with so many good bands, met so many awesome people, reconnected with old pals, and ate the shit out of some Subway. We’ve got a few things in the works right now, including a slot at the DIY Street Fair in Ferndale, an opening gig with the Men, Purling Hiss & Pampers in mid-October, and a special covers set for the Crofoot’s Creepy Cheapy Halloween bash at the end of that month. Check out our video for “Defeated” and we’ll see ya’ll soon.

Our final tour dates of the summer happen this week. We’ve had a really awesome time playing in front of new and old friends, hanging in the van, listening to Soundgarden, and all in all appreciating the fact that we still get to do this. We hope to see some of you out there!

Tour Recap by John


Since Destroy This Place hasn’t done any touring, aside from the occasional trek to Chicago or Cleveland, I felt like writing about our little trek out East. I haven’t toured since the New Grenada days (2006 or so) so I wasn’t sure how I would handle being on the road for more than a night or two. This is what happened… 


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Our June summer dates are set, and we lift off next week. We also land next week. C’mon, we’re old.


Our new album is out today! You can pick up a physical copy straight from Bellyache Records, or get a digital version via iTunes, Amazon, or any other place you can buy crushed bits of data to play on your portable music device.

We’re streaming the album via our Bandcamp site, so feel free to listen to it about a million times. We recommend checking it out on the treadmill for maximum workout jamage.

Thanks to everybody that has helped us get this record out - Scotty Hagen at Bellyache, Mike Bridavsky, Bob Weston, and our families and friends for supporting us. We hope to see ya’ll at the Lager House this Friday to celebrate.