Album News, Digital Music, Tour Dates — January 17, 2013 at 6:48 am

Mudhoney marks 25th anniversary with new ‘Vanishing Point’ LP — download first track

This April marks the 25th anniversary of both Mudhoney and its label, Seattle’s Sub Pop Records, and the proto-grunge act will mark the occasion with the release of its ninth studio album, Vanishing Point — which you can preview now via a free download of first single “The Only Son of the Widow from Nain.”

The 10-song album is due out April 1 in Europe and April 2 in North America via Sub Pop on CD, LP and digital download.

Sub Pop notes: “The band isn’t masquerading as teenaged, beer-soaked goofballs wandering high school hallways-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 humor such a journey provides.”

Mudhoney will mark the release with a pair of  Pacific Northwest record-release shows, in Portland and Seattle, before embarking on a three-week European tour running from late May through early June.  Additional U.S. dates are promised “soon,” and the band says it might play South America this year, too.

Check out the album’s tracklist, full tour dates and download the first single below.



Tracklist: Mudhoney, Vanishing Point

1. “Slipping Away”
2. “I Like It Small”
3. “What to Do with the Neutral”
4. “Chardonnay”
5. “The Final Course”
6. “In This Rubber Tomb”
7. “I Don’t Remember You”
8. “The Only Son of the Widow Nain”
9. “Sing This Song Of Joy”
10. “Douchebags on Parade”


Mudhoney tour dates:

March 29: Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR
March 30: Neumos, Seattle, WA

May 21: Zakk, Dusseldorf, DE
May 22: Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL
May 23: Enger, Bielefeld, DE
May 24: Loppen, Copenhagen, DK
May 25: Werk 2, Leipzig, DE
May 26: Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, DE
May 27: Fabrik, Hamburg, DE
May 28: Stodola, Warsaw, PL
May 29: Lucerna Music Bar, Prague, CZ
May 30: Pogon Jedinstvo, Zagreb, HR
May 31: Viper Theater, Firenze, IT
June 1: Les Docks, Lausanne, CH
June 2: Salzhaus, Winterhur, CH
June 3: Zoom, Frankfurt, DE
June 4: Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
June 5: ABC, Glasgow, UK
June 6: Newcastle Academy 2, Newcastle, UK
June 7: Manchester Academy 2, Manchester, UK
June 8: HMV Forum, London, UK
June 9: Bristol, UK – O2 Academy Bristol
June 10: Birmingham, UK – HMV Institute – The Library






  1. Love the album art.

  2. Batshiz Crazay

    They really helped define the Grunge sound back in the early days along with Tad, Nirvana and all the rest. Sounds a bit like early Mudhoney.

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