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Los Angeles rock quartet Everest recently released their third full-length album, Ownerless, on ATO Records and will soon tour the country (select, confirmed dates below) with Neil Young.

Formed by Russell Pollard (vocals,guitar,drums - who formerly played with Sebadoh, The Folk Implosion, and Earlimart), Joel Graves (guitar,keys,vocals) and Jason Soda (guitar,keys,vocals) in 2007, Everest caught national attention with the release of 2010 sophomore album, On Approach. Since that time, the group added Elijah Thomson (bass,vocals)and early last year the four members of Everest set up shop with longtime friend and musical compatriot Richard Swift at his National Freedom studios in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

The New Album

After several weeks of recording, the band returned to L.A. and enlisted Rob Schnapf (known for his work with Beck, Elliott Smith, and Foo Fighters) to produce additional recording sessions. The result is Ownerless, the band’s most potent set of songs to date. The new record was produced by Rob Schnapf (AA Bondy, Tokyo Police Club and Everest’s On Approach), Richard Swift (Damien Jurado, The Mynabirds) and the band. See you on the road gentlemen!

On Tour with Neil Young
11/10: Seattle, WA @ Key Arena
11/11: Vancouver, CAN @ Rogers Arena
11/13: Calgary, CAN @ Scotiabank Saddledome
11/14: Saskatoon, CAN @ Credit Union Centre
11/16: Winnipeg, CAN @ MTS Centre
11/19: Toronto, CAN @ Air Canada Centre
11/20: Toronto, CAN @ Air Canada Centre
11/23: Montreal, CAN @ Bell Centre
11/24: Ottawa, CAN @ Scotiabank Place
11/26: Boston, MA @ TD Garden
11/27: New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
11/29: Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
11/30: Fairfax, VA @ Patriot Center
12/2: Bridgeport, CT @ Webster Bank Arena
12/3: Brooklyn, NY @ Barclay Center/Prudential Center

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