Kittie begin recording new album

Veteran all-girl metal outfit Kittie are headed into the studio next week to begin work on their new, yet to be titled record. What promises to be a grittier record than their previous effort “In the Black,” front woman Morgan Lander offers her own words.

“We have been working exceptionally hard these cold winter months, crafting what is to be our 6th full length release, and our second for eOne.  In some cases these new songs are faster, darker and much more sinister than our previous release. It contains some of the most difficult and personal subject matter I have had the pleasure (or displeasure) of writing.”

Once again the band will enlist the producing talent of Siegfried “Siggy” Meier at Beach Road Studios in Goderich Ontario, Canada. “The girls have written some incredible and personal songs this time around. They’re heavy as shit and relentless.  It’s a pleasure and an honor to be doing another record with one of the best metal bands of our time,” says Meier. The new record will be released later this summer.

Kittie released “In the Black” in 2009 to critical acclaim, “Kittie’s fifth record sees the gals back in heavier form, with Morgan’s much-improved clean vocals soaring alongside mountain-sized riffage.” says Revolver Magazine. Blabbermouth.net even hailed the record as the “biggest metal shock of the year.” The girls spent the next two years on successful tours with acts like Devildriver, ICP and last year’s Thrash And Burn tour.

Kittie is: Morgan Lander (guitar), Mercedes Lander (drums), Tara McLeod (guitar) and Ivy Vujic (bass).

For more information on Kittie, please visit:

Web – http://www.kittierocks.com/
Twitter – http://twitter.com/officialkittie
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/kittiepage
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/officialkittie
Bio – http://www.box.net/shared/ytp1kvx6yg

     

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