In a very well-booked bill, longtime dance punks The Faint shacked up along dark(er) Canadian synth outfit Trust for a slew of shows in which the Omaha trailblazers performed their impactful 2001 Saddle Creek release Dance Macabre in it’s entirety as celebration for the label’s just remastered and deluxe reissue. (CD+DVD+LP limited to 3000 copies is the best bet here…)

Seeing as how the release itself is just 35-minutes long, the Glass House set’s second half functioned as a greatest-hits collection from the band’s 17-year history: “Paranoia Attack” and “I Disappear” from Wet From Birth, longtime crowd-favorite ”Worked Up So Sexual” from Blank-Wave Arcade, their cover of Sonic Youth’s “Mote,” the comp-only “Take Me To The Hospital” and the brand new tune, “Evil Voices.”

The current Danse Macabre tour has nine dates left and is currently on an East Coast leg; the tour ends 12/14 with a homecoming set in Omaha at the Sokol Auditorium.

FULL GALLERY HERE 

TRUST

THE FAINT