Headstones – Picture of Health

Power 97 welcomes Headstones to Club Regent Event Centre for two shows November 8th & 9th.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album Picture of Health, Headstones will be performing the album in full.

Get in on the Power 97 pre-sale on Wednesday, September 5th at 10 am until Thursday September 6th at 10 pm. Use code: HEALTH.

Tickets go on sale Friday September 7th at 10 am.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Headstones’ critically-acclaimed debut album Picture of Health and to celebrate, they will be re-issuing the album on October 26 via Cadence Recordings. Today, they’ve released a re-recorded, re-imagined version of their 1991 demo “Skin Me Alive,” which originally appeared on their Demo Gods cassette. Listen here.
Headstones will also be heading on the road this fall for the official Picture of Health Tour, playing this seminal album from front to back live, as well as your favourite hits! See below for all tour dates.

Picture of Health was Headstones breakthrough debut album that went Certified Platinum in Canada. Originally released on June 1, 1993, the re-issue package will include remastered versions of the 13 original tracks plus four bonus tracks – demos of “Sweet Pea”,“When Something Stands For Nothing,” “Cemetery” and the newly re-recorded “Skin Me Alive,” all originally featured on their Demo Gods cassette, which ignited their career. Leading up to the release on October 26th, follow the band on their social channels to see some rare footage and photos from the Picture of Health era, including this video of the band performing “Judy” on MuchMusic in 1993.

Picture of Health follows the Headstones release of their critically-acclaimed album Little Army (2017 Cadence Recordings). The album was their highest debuting full-length in over a decade, hitting #3 on the Alternative Album Chart and #13 on the Current Album Chart. The lead single “Devil’s on Fire” was the #6 most played track at Active Rock radio in 2017, spending 20 weeks on the chart and reaching #1 for three weeks. On the album, Noisey raves, “Little Army still retains that piss and vinegar Headstones built their reputation on, but it also sounds as if they’re doing it more out of love than anything.”