That’s going to change this October, though, when the Wally Champ plans to spend the full month on the road with Swollen Members supporting.

They’ll start October 3 in Farmingdale, N.Y., and make their way to Colorado and back, with shows at Minneapolis’ First Avenue, Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C., and at least 15 more sizable venues.

The hometown show – at B.B. King’s Blues Club in New York City October 9 – is sure to be a star-studded affair, if past Wu-Tang-affiliated gigs are any indicator.

The tour wraps at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts October 28.

Last year’s Pretty Toney Album was a finalist for the Shortlist Music Prize and since then, Ghost has been staying on the grind, appearing on tracks with underground heroes Prefuse 73 and MF Doom and touring the country on Linkin Park‘s 2004 Projekt Revolution tour.

Def Jam recently announced that Ghostface’s new album, titled Fish Scale, will be released in December. An advance single, the Pete Rock-produced “Be Easy,” has already made its way onto the Internet.

Canadian hip-hoppers Swollen Members are also getting fans pumped for a new release – Black Magic, which is scheduled to drop next March. The album features a collaboration with none other than tourmate Ghostface.