A Perfect Circle has a treat for vinyl lovers. The Los Angeles alt-rockers has released a limited-edition 7-inch disc of their single “So Long and Thanks For All The Fish” backed with a powerful cover of AC/DC's 1977 single “Dog Eat Dog.”
The multi-platinum sellers unveiled the news on Nov. 21 via Twitter ahead of the launch of a 2019 tour of the U.K. and Europe, which kicks off Dec. 2 in Glasgow, Scotland, at O2 Academy. The single is from APC's studio album Eat the Elephant , which dropped on April 20 via BMG.
“So Long and Thanks For All The Fish” was originally released as the fourth single from their latest studio effort. The rock supergroup premiered an official video for “So Long.” earlier this month, which fans can check out here.
A Perfect Circle's cover of “Dog Eat Dog" snarls appropriately, propelled by guitarist Billy Howerdel's bone-crunching power chords. Maynard James Keenan proves that he would have been totally capable of standing in for AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson, during the Auzzie rocker's 2015 Rock Or Bust Tour, which saw Axl Rose replace the ailing AC/DC singer on the remaining dates.
The limited-edition vinyl single is available as a Black Friday exclusive on Record Store Day. Eat the Elephant features 12 tracks and is available here in CD, digital, streaming and vinyl formats. Fans can check out APC's cover of “Dog Eat Dog” above.
A Perfect Circle wrapped up their 2019 North American tour leg on Nov. 20 in Phoenix. The band will finish their touring year overseas with their final show scheduled for Dec 19 in Rome at Palalottomatica. Grab your tickets to see A Perfect Circle at AXS. For all the latest details on A Perfect Circle, click here.