The Melvins Release \”The Great Good Place\” and announce Valentines Day livestream

The Melvins have released a fourth track from their upcoming Melvins 1983 release, Working With God (Feb. 26, Ipecac Recordings), premiering the song “The Great Good Place” this morning (

The single’s arrival comes as the band has announced a Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) livestreaming event dubbed “Divine Monkeyshines: Valentine’s Day Special.” The holiday-themed event follows the band’s debut livestreaming performance from New Year’s Eve. Combining a musical performance with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the band members (Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover, and Steven McDonald), the Melvins put a unique spin on the at-home concert experience. Tickets and exclusive merchandise are available now (

“Round two of Melvins TV!” said Osborne. “Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Five different songs plus band interviews and other cool stuff. All this fine entertainment for only $5.”


To watch the “Divine Monkeyshines: Valentine’s Day Special” trailer click the image above or follow this link:

Working With God features the 1983 iteration of the Melvins: Osborne, Crover, and original drummer Mike Dillard. The 13-song release has seen a number of single releases: “I Fuck Around” (a re-imagined cover of The Beach Boys’ “I Get Around” – ) with “Bouncing Rick” (, “Caddy Daddy” (, “Brian, The Horse-Faced Goon” ( and today’s premiere of “The Great Good Place” (

The album, as well as vinyl only reissues of Hostile Ambient Takeover and Gluey Porch Treatments, can be pre-ordered now ( Working With God is available in a variety of formats: digital, CD, standard black vinyl, limited edition silver vinyl (2000 worldwide) and custard (500 worldwide). Hostile Ambient Takeover, which see its first ever vinyl release, is available on yellow in pink vinyl (Ipecac webstore exclusive, limited to 500 copies) and pink vinyl (3000 worldwide). Gluey Porch Treatments is available on glow-in-the-dark green vinyl (Ipecac webstore exclusive, limited to 500 copies) and neon green (2500 worldwide).