Stolas has released "Damage Division" - another new song from their upcoming self-titled, third full-length that will be out on March 17 via Equal Vision Records. The song is available now at and on digital retailers and streaming services.

"We demoed this song out early into 2016, but it didn't quite land the way we wanted. So, after a week of tightening up parts to no avail, we decided to start from scratch and rewrite the whole thing," reveals bassist RJ Reynolds. "Unknown to us at the time, that approach was actually representative of our process for this album: constantly taking what we were doing and making it more hard-hitting and honest. As our good friend [and producer] Mike Watts likes to say, 'If it ain't broken, break it so we can fix it.'"

"Damage Division" follows the release of an intensely unsettling video for the track "Bellwether", which can be seen HERE.

Pre-order options for Stolas are available now at Vinyl for the release includes a limited edition, exclusive run of pink vinyl with special silkscreened artwork (limited to 150; SOLD OUT), a limited run of blue/green splatter (limited to 150), and a standard pink variant (limited to 200). All pre-order options include instant mp3 downloads of "Bellwether" and "Damage Division".

Stolas was recorded with producer Mike Watts (Glassjaw, The Dear HunterHopesfall), and explores lyrical concepts of addiction, corruption, greed, anxiety, and multiverse theories. The new album is the first of the band’s discography to feature lead vocals from drummer Carlo Marquez; And follows the release of two full-length albums on Blue Swan Records: Allomaternal (2014) and Living Creatures (2013).

The Las Vegas, NV-based progressive-rock outfit recently announced a full US headliner tour that will kick off on March 11 in Las Vegas. The tour will also include support from Mylets and Icarus The Owl. All upcoming dates can be found below.

Stolas is comprised of Carlo Marquez (lead vocals/drums), RJ Reynolds (bass), and Sergio Medina (guitar/vocals). The band will also feature additional live performance/touring members at the upcoming shows.

Stolas w/Mylets and Icarus The Owl 

Mar 11 Las Vegas, NV @ The Space* 
Mar 12 Fresno, CA @ Strummers 
Mar 13 San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe 
Mar 14 Phoenix, AZ @ Pub Rock 
Mar 16 Houston, TX @ Walter's Downtown [UPDATED VENUE] 
Mar 17 San Antonio, TX @ Jack's Patio Bar 
Mar 20 Orlando, FL @ Backbooth 
Mar 21 West Palm Beach, FL @ O'Malley’s 
Mar 23 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade 
Mar 24 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown 
Mar 26 Grand Prairie, TX @ So What?! Music Festival 
Mar 27 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St. Collective 
Mar 28 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar Lounge 
Mar 29 Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre 
Mar 30 Pittsburgh, PA @ The Smiling Moose 
Mar 31 Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall 
Apr 01 New York, NY @ Studio at Webster Hall 
Apr 02 Cambridge, MA @ Middle East (Upstairs) 
Apr 04 Philadelphia, PA @ The Voltage Lounge 
Apr 05 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar 
Apr 06 Columbus, OH @ Woodlands Tavern 
Apr 07 Detroit, MI @ The Ritz 
Apr 08 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean (Downstairs) 
Apr 10 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre 
Apr 11 Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep 
Apr 12 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Loading Dock 
Apr 14 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon (Funhouse) 
Apr 15 Portland, OR @ Analog Cafe 
Apr 17 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst Atrium 
Apr 18 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

*Stolas and Icarus The Owl only

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