Ceci n’est pas un kow

We have many ideas for new shirts, but since we moved to an indoor Fringe stage a couple of years ago, the potential market for our shirts has decreased and though you may be the awesomest Kow fan, you can only want so many of the same t-shirt (one, usually). So we haven’t done a whole lot of shirt designing in the last few years. But in those last few years, we’ve had numerous requests to bring back the “ceci n’est pas un kow” shirt and we are nothing if not responsive to our public.

Here is the new design for the oft-requested shirt. The text is a slightly different font only because my computer, which stored the old design, has gone through two hard drive crashes since the original was created. The kow is the same, though perhaps a little older, more careworn, a better Call of Duty: Black Ops player, perhaps. This is a kow wiser in the ways of a cappella music and muay thai. I hope this meets with y’all’s approval.

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Apocalypse Kow’s Greatest CD Ever! update

The mixing for APOCALYPSE KOW’S GREATEST CD EVER is done! This has been a difficult process. Conflicting Kow schedules, flooding in the recording studio, and some sick days made for a somewhat frustrating experience, but now that it’s pretty much done, we think you’re going to love it. If you love us Kows, then you’ll definitely love it!

The CD will have 9 new tracks, one of which is only available on disc and will not be on the digital version of the album. Wait, did I just say DIGITAL VERSION OF THE ALBUM? Yes, I did, but the digital version may not be available in time for the Fringe, so the CD will also be your ONLY way to get the album for a little while.

Thanks to Lee Conrad for the CD design, and Ryan Ro for all the help in bringing Kow to the 21st century.

It’s Fringe time!

Another year, another Edmonton International Fringe Festival!

“Apocalypse Kow’s Greatest Show Ever” is this year’s Kow concert/multimedia extravaganza! We’ve done Fringe shows for ten years now, and this year, we’re going all out! New songs! New dance moves! Pyrotechnics!  Will the five of us pull it off? TIME will tell!

Tickets are just $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors, and available at the door and at the Fringe ticket website! Shows happen almost daily at 7 pm at Knox-Metropolitan United Church from Friday, August 16 to Sunday, August 25.

Will we see you there? We certainly hope so!