SHARE FIRST SINGLE, The Only Son of the Widow from Nain” 
I'M NOW: The Story Of Mudhoney Available on DVD in the UK 
Photo Credit: Emily Reiman
The almighty Mudhoney will release Vanishing Point, their 9th full-length album in 25 years, on 1st April in the UK and Europe via Sub Pop on CD, LP and D/L. The 10-track album is led by the single “The Only Son of the Widow from Nain” and includes album highlights “I Like It Small,” “What to Do with the Neutral,” and “Douchebags on Parade.” 
Full Tracklisting:
01) Slipping Away
02) I Like It Small
03) What to Do with the Neutral
04) Chardonnay
05) The Final Course
06) In This Rubber Tomb
07) I Don’t Remember You
08) The Only Son of the Widow Nain
09) Sing This Song Of Joy
10) Douchebags on Parade
In support of Vanishing Point Mudhoney has scheduled NW record release shows for late March, and a 3-week UK/EU tour from late May to early June. The EU tour begins on 21st May in Dusseldorf, DE at Zakk and ends on 10th June in Birmingham at HMV Institute. Preceeding the tour, the band will play two Pacific Northwest record release shows: 29th March in Portland, OR at Doug Fir and 30th March in Seattle, WA at Neumos. Additional US tour dates will be announced soon. A full list of confirmed dates follows.
04-Jan UK Brighton Concorde2
05-Jun UK Glasgow ABC
06-Jun UK Newcastle Academy 2
07-Jun UK Manchester Academy 2
w/ Meat Puppets
08-Jun UK London HMV Forum
w/ Meat Puppets
09-Jun UK Bristol Academy
10-Jun UK Birmingham HMV Institute- The Library

In related news, Mark Arm spoke with SPIN last month about the recording of the album, sharing touring plans and what fans can expect from the new record (see interview 11th December).   . 
25 years in, Vanishing Point decisively affirms that, even in an age where only the newest of the new can survive (and even then, only for a few weeks at best), Mudhoney still have plenty to say and more to offer. These are songs written from the rare vantage point of a band who went through the rock n’ roll meat-grinder and not only lived to tell such a tale, they came out full of the wisdom and dark humour such a journey provides. Vanishing Point is filled with dread, psychoanalysis and Nuggets-on-fire riffs; the sort of real, uninhibited rock music that is harder and harder to locate these days. With Vanishing PointMudhoney makes it easy. 

In related news, the long-awaited, much-anticipated, and really very good documentary film I'm Now: The Story of Mudhoney is now available on DVD. The film, directed by Ryan Short and Adam Pease, follows the band's nearly-25-year career, from their early beginnings in the Pacific Northwest through the band’s most recent world tour. I’m Now includes testimonials from friends, music industry veterans, and musicians such as Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament, Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon, Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil, Sub Pop's Jonathan Poneman, as well as many, if not all, of the members of Mudhoney. Í’m Now is available on DVD and as a streaming rental at It’s also available on Sub Pop’s site HERE
In further evidence that Mudhoney is assuredly, right about now-ish, finally reaching their “tipping point,” !K7 Records recently released Mudhoney: Live In Berlin, 1988 on DVD. The footage, filmed by a professional camera crew at 1988’s Berlin Independent Days festival and only recently rediscovered, captures Mudhoney’s first-ever performance on foreign soil. Playing as representatives of Sub Pop to a crowd of curious punters, critics and members of Europe’s independent music community, the show was also the first grunge gig in Europe, laying essential groundwork for the genre’s subsequent global domination. You can find more information on the documentary HERE

Every now and then, a combination will go beyond "appropriate" or "good" and result in something that forever alters the universe. Just imagine a world without chocolate and peanut butter, Doc Martens and a leather jacket, Beavis and Butthead, and of course, Mudhoney and Sub Pop. April 2013 marks the 25th anniversary of both Mudhoney and Sub Pop Records, and there could be no better band to represent the label, past, present and future. Nirvana, Saint Etienne and Fleet Foxes are swell, but no other group has consistently kicked as much ass as Mudhoney, nor has anyone come close. Through two and a half decades, sarcastic grins remain implanted on their grizzled faces, even as empty bottles and the sneakers of a stage-diver fly inches from their heads... (
read more at Sub Pop).
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