Spiritbox to release graphic novel inspired by debut album

Spiritbox, the breakout metal band of 2021, is teaming with Z2 Comics to release “Eternal Blue: A Spiritbox Graphic Novel,” inspired by the lyrics of the band’s debut full-length, “Eternal Blue.”

A June 2022 release is expected. Various editions and bundles are available for pre-order here.

“Z2 Comics has made my dreams come true, and together we bring you a story based on my lyrics from our album (no matter how much I may try and guard myself, those lyrics will always be a descriptor of my journey through life thus far),” singer Courtney LaPlante said. “This is different though, it’s not just my lyrics and my story, it’s a collaboration with people I admire very much. Together we created this, and I entrusted my lyrics and my vision to them.”

A graphic novel co-created alongside veteran comic scribe Jim Krueger (“Earth X,” “Justice”) and artist Amilcar Pinna (“Poppy’s Inferno,” “Generation X”). The graphic novel tells the tale of Eva, a brilliant painter on the verge of unbelievable acclaim and success. But her inability to reconcile her public perception with her true self allows a Spiritbox—a device used to communicate with the dead—to transport her to an ethereal world. Here, she finds herself trapped in a realm where false shadows become real and dangerous.

Ushering the cursed device from the pages of “Eternal Blue: A Spiritbox Graphic Novel” to reality, deluxe versions of the book will include a fully functional Spiritbox replica. This machine cycles through the radio frequency spectrum, creating a din of white noise that lost souls harness to communicate from beyond the veil. This limited edition Spiritbox is a precise replica of the mysterious artifact that allows Eva to escape from the shadow world. When activated, the box gives off a blue glow as it emits the noises of the spirit world. From the top of the box, an image of Eva is projected onto the ceiling.

Spiritbox also just started a tour supporting Underoath, along with Bad Omens and Stray from the Path. A number of shows have sold out in advance or have limited tickets remaining.

Tour dates:

Sat/Feb-19 Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
Sun/Feb-20 San Antonio, TX @ The Aztec Theatre
Wed/Feb-23 Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren 
Thu/Feb-24 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
Fri/Feb-25 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Sat/Feb-26 San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
Mon/Feb-28 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO
Tue/Mar-01 Vancouver, BC @ The Vogue Theater
Wed/Mar-02 Spokane, WA     @ Knitting Factory
Fri/Mar-04 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
Sat/Mar-05 Denver, CO @ The Ogden Theatre
Mon/Mar-07 Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore
Tue/Mar-08 Chicago, IL @ Radius
Wed/Mar-09 Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore
Fri/Mar-11 Toronto, ON @ History
Sat/Mar-12 Cleveland, OH  @ Agora
Sun/Mar-13 Wallingford, CT @ The Dome
Mon/Mar-14 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Tue/Mar-15 Pittsburgh, PA     @ Stage AE
Thu/Mar-17 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
Fri/Mar-18 Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
Sat/Mar-19 Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore
Sun/Mar-20 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Tue/Mar-22 Cincinnati, OH     @ ICON
Wed/Mar-23 Charlotte, NC     @ The Fillmore
Fri/Mar-25 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle

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