TEXAS: Temptions at the U.S. Capitol will return to Austin, Texas, on October 19.
The new album is due out on September 15.
The band’s new album, “Doom and Glory,” is a dark, slow-burning doom-rap collection.
The album will feature new song “Temptation,” which was recorded at Taurus Recording Studios in New York City.
The album was written and recorded with producer Jonny Lang, who also produced “Duck Sauce.”
“Doom & Gloom” has been described as a “dark, brutal, and raw record.”
The Temptation album is a follow-up to Taurus’ last album, the 2009 album “Empire.”
“We’re excited to share this album with the Taurus family as we’ve always wanted to share it with you,” the band said in a statement.
“The new album takes us in a new direction.
This time, the band and the producer have spent a lot of time on a new approach to songwriting.
We hope this album will give you more insight into the new Taurus experience.
We’re very excited to hear your thoughts on this new record.”
Temptations will be playing the Capitol Dome at 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 15, and will play again the Capitol Arena on Friday, September 14.
They are also set to play at Austin’s Toyota Center on September 20.