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Mineral announce final U.S. reunion shows

Before they head to Europe, 90’s emo staples Mineral will play what appears to be the final U.S. dates of their reunion. They will play two shows in Texas in January, with Josh T. Pearson as a special guest. The dates and locations are below.

Mineral released their last studio EndSerenading in 1998 on Crank Records, a year after the band’s split. They released the compilation album 1994-1998: The Complete Collection last month via Xtra Mile Recordings, and have discussed the possibility of new material.



Mineral stream previously unreleased version of “Parking Lot,” embark on US tour with Into It. Over It.

90′s emo staples Mineral are about to embark on their first full-fledged tour in a long-ass time, and to celebrate they’re streaming an previously unreleased alternate version of their song “Parking Lot.” You can give it a listen and find details on the band’s US tour with Into It. Over It. down below.

The final version of “Parking Lot” appeared on Mineral’s debut album The Power of Failing. This alternate take will be a bonus track on the remastered version of the album, which is being released on October 20th through Xtra Mile Recordings as a part of their upcoming 2-disc set 1994-1998: The Complete Collection.



Chris Simpson on the possibility of new music from Mineral

In a recent interviewMineral vocalist/guitarist Chris Simpson was asked if the recently-reunited iconic emo band plans to begin writing new material. His response was,

“We really have been focused on just getting ready for the tour. If anything such as writing new material were to happen it would take some time to develop. It definitely takes more time than we have put in so far. I don’t think we have any designs or plans on doing that but I wouldn’t rule it out. It just wouldn’t happen anytime soon.”

Mineral last released EndSerenading on Crank Records in 1998, a year after the band’s split.



Mineral announces discography reissues and European tour

90’s emo staples Mineral have announced even more goodies to support their 20th anniversary. First off, the band is reissuing their entire discography. Both 1996’s The Power of Failing and 1998’s End Serenading have been remastered, given bonus tracks (including some previously unreleased alternate takes and mixes), and compiled into a two disc set simply titled 1994-1998: The Complete Collection. The albums will also be made available separately.

The band has also announced some tour dates around Europe in early 2015. You can check out the dates and the track list for The Complete Collection below.

1994-1998: The Complete Collection will be available on CD, digital, and vinyl, and will be released on October 21, 2014 via Arena Rock Recording Co. in North America and October 20, 2014 overseas via Xtra Mile.



Mineral announce east coast reunion shows surrounding appearance at Fest 13

Earlier today it was announced that Mineral would be appearing at The Fest 13 for a one-off reunion show celebrating their 20th anniversary.

Since that news surfaced, the band announced a full east coast reunion tour they will be playing in September with Into It. Over It. Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.



Mineral, Paint It Black, Iron Chic, The Copyrights & more added to Fest 13 lineup

A bunch of bands have been added to the lineup for The Fest 13! Joining the already kick-ass lineup are Mineral (reuniting for their 20th anniversary), Paint It Black, Iron Chic, The Copyrights, Jeff Rosenstock of Bomb The Music Industry!, The Dopamines, and many more.

You can view the full list of all the bands currently slated to play the festival right here.

This year’s Fest will take place in Gainesville, FL October 31st – November 2nd. It’s prelude Big Pre-Fest In Little Ybor 2 will take place in Ybor City, FL October 29th and 30th. Passes for both are available for purchase right here.



Mineral reunite for 20th anniversary tour

Influential 90’s indie-emo act Mineral has announced that they will be reuniting and heading out on a tour together for the first time in 17 years. The band’s reunion is to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their formation, and the tour will end with an appearance at this year’s edition of The FEST in Gainesville, FL. Into It. Over It. has been tapped as opening support for all dates.

You can check out the tour dates below.

It is not yet known if the band plans to release any new music or special editions of their two albums, but we’ll keep you posted as that information becomes available. Mineral broke up in 1998 after releasing their second album, EndSerenading