Diarrhea Planet release new track from ‘Aliens In The Outfield’ EP out Nov.18 on Infinity Cat

By on September 25, 2014
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Diarrhea Planet has spent the last year on the road in support of I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams, including much talked about performances at SXSW 2014, Bonarroo, Hangout Fest, Gov’s Ball, Pickathon and more.  Now the six-piece band (that features 4 guitarists) are back with a new EP called Aliens In The Outfield on vinyl/download on November, 18th via Infinity Cat Recordings.  You can check out “Heatwave” from the EP to get a taste (see Guitar World debut)

Diarrhea Planet will be heading out on tour with fellow Nashville band, JEFF the Brotherhood, leading up to the release of the EP.  The band is also covered “Dry Land” by Waco Brothers for the new compilation ‘While No One Was Looking: Toasting 20 Years of Bloodshot Records.’ The comp will be released on November 18th on limited edition double CD or triple vinyl, as well as digital.


Diarrhea Planet on tour!

10/09 Richmond, VA @ The Boardberry ^

10/10 Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel ^

10/11 Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts ^

10/12 Brooklyn, NY @ Death By Audio ^

10/13 New York, NY @ Santos Party House ^

10/15 Hamden, CT @ The Space ^

10/16 Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall ^

10/17 Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair ^

10/18 Long Branch, NJ @ Brighton Bar ^

10/19 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Café ^

10/20 Cincinnati, OH @ Northside Tavern ^

10/21 Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar ^

10/23 Whitesburg, KY @ Summit City

10/24 Charlottesville, WV @ The Southern

10/25 Lancaster, PA @ Fulton Street Arts Co Op

10/26 Ithica, NY @ The Haunt

10/27 Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place

10/28 Amherst, MA @ Unitarian Meetinghouse

11/01 Fredericksburg, VA @ Fredericksburg All Ages

^ w/ JEFF the Brotherhood


Praise for Diarrhea Planet

“…it’s a riotous stampede of basement-show sludge and triumphant soloing, exactly the sort of album that suggests that the band would be ridiculously fun live.” – Stereogum


“If you measure a live show’s success by how happy to be alive it makes you, than Nashville’s DiarrheaPlanet have the greatest live show on Earth.” – Pitchfork


“The sheer energy that pulses through its second album, “I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams” (Infinity Cat), feels young, though not exactly juvenile.  A sweaty, sweaty rock band with four people playing guitar, this group resides somewhere near the intersection of Weezer and Ted Nugent” – The New York Times


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.