Friday, 18 December 2015

SCORPION CHILD Confirmed To Play London Show With Monster Magnet


Austin heavy psych-rockers Scorpion Child are very pleased to announce that they will be playing alongside retro-rock visionaries Monster Magnet next year.
The show in question is a one-off exclusive UK show for Monster Magnet (their only UK show of 2016) which also includes Orange Goblin.

The event will take place at The Forum, London on 19th March 2016.

You can purchase tickets here:


Scorpion Child’s highly anticipated second album is due to be unleashed in 2016, and anticipation has been building. The band have once again been working with Chris ‘Frenchie’ Smith (The Answer, And You Will Know Us By The Tail Of Dead...) who produced and arranged the band’s self-titled, first full-length.

Scorpion Child recently released a brand new single and lyric video titled ‘She Sings, I Kill’. This new track gives us a furtive glimpse into the Texans upcoming sophomore album. Aryn Jonathan Black returns with his rich, electrifying vocals interweaved with the groove laden riffs of guitarist Christopher Jay Cowart and the sauntering bass work of Alec Caballero Padron. Scorpion Child are completed by Jon ‘Charn’ Rice (drums) and AJ Vincent (keyboards).

‘She Sings, I Kill’ is now available as a digital download. The single contains the new track as well as another new song, '(Enter The) Twilight Coven', which will be a B-Side exclusive to this release. 

Scorpion Child originally formed in 2006 and have spent their interim years intensively perfecting and honing their song writing skills and live performance. Moving to Austin to form the band with a single vision, they found the Texan city a great place to cultivate their expertise. Their sound heralds back to early 70s classic and psych-rock with an entirely original, and contemporary flourish.

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Scorpion Child are:
Aryn Jonathan Black - Vocals
Christopher Jay Cowart - Lead Guitar
Jon "Charn" Rice - Drums
Alec Caballero Padron – Bass
AJ Vincent – Keyboards