California rockers Eagles of Death Metal are dipping their musical toes into the holiday music genre with the EP “A Boots Electric Christmas”.  Set for a November 19 release the six track EP will be available as a CD and as a digital download.

EODM’s Jesse Hughes puts his own “electrified” spin on some classic holiday tunes and “Put a Little Love in Your Heart”.  The songs feature some interesting and lovely melodies on the traditional songs.  Hughes and band mate Joshua Homme also sing an A Cappella version of “O Holy Night”.

The EP is currently available for pre-order and includes a bonus of “O Holy Night” and “Put a Litle Love in Your Heart” immediately.  Go to eaglesofdeaathmetal.com to order.

The rockers are also launching a tour in November of the United Kingdom and a European tour beginning in March.

Tracklisting for “A Boots Electric Christmas”:
“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”
“Put a Little Love in Your Heart”
“O Holy Night”
“Little Drummer Boy”
“Little Town of Bethlehem”
“O Holy Night” – A Cappella



Eagles of Death Metal tour dates:
Nov 22 at Chalk in Brighton, UK
Nov 23 at Tramshead in Cardiff, UK
Nov 24 at the University in Newcastle, UK
Nov 26 at the O2 Institute in Birmingham, UK
Nov 27 at the Academy in Dublin, Ireland
Nov 28 at the Limelight in Belfast, UK
Nov 29 at the SWG3 Galzanisers in Glasgow, UK
Dec 1 at the Beckett University in Leeds, UK
Dec 2 at the Roundhouse in London, UK
Dec 3 at Rock City in Nottingham, UK
Dec 5 at the O2 Ritz in Manchester, Uk
Dec 6 at the O2 Academy in Bristol, UK
March 19 at the Komplex in Zurich, Switzerland
March 20 at the LKA-Longhorn in Stuttgart, Germany
March 21 at Alcatraz in Milan, Italy
March 22 at Simm City in Vienna, Austria
March 24 at the Akvarium Klub in Budapest, Hungary
March 25 at the Culture Factory in Zagreb, Croatia
March 27 at the Lucerna Music Bar in Prague, Czech Republic
March 28 at the Backstage Werk in Munich, Germany
March 30 at Modernes in Bremen, Germany
March 31 at Amager Bio in Copenhagen, Denmark
April 1 at the Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway
April 2 at Pustervik in Gothenburg, Sweden
April 4 at Slaktkrykan in Stockholm, Sweden
April 6 at Helitehas in Talinn, Estonia
April 7 at the Palladium in Riga, Latvia
April 9 at Stodola in Warsaw, Poland
April 10  at Huxleys in Berlin, Germany
April 11 at Fabrik in Hamburg, Germany
April 13 at the Skaters Palace in Munster, Germany
April 14 at Melkweg in Amsterdam, Netherlands
April 16 at the Live Music Hall in Cologne, Germany
April 18 at La Rodia in Besancon, France
April 20 at Razzmatazz in Barcelona, Spain
April 21 at Sala La Riviera in Madrid, Spain
April 22 at the Coliseum in Lisbon, Portugal
April 23 at Sala Capitol in Santiago, Spain
April 25 at La Krakatoa in Bordeaux, France
April 26 at L’Olympia in Paris, France
April 27 at Trix Hall in Antwerp, Belgium
April 28 at Den Atelier in Luxembourg, Luxembourg
April 30 at the Teddy Rocks Festival in Blandford Forum, UK




feature photo credit: courtesy of Meg McLean Corso and UMe