Ladytron joins Major Records and Nine Inch Nails on tourPosted on 28/02/07
UK's Ladytron have signed with the Hamburg based Label Major Records for the band's forthcoming release "Witching Hour" out on April 5th. Major Records licensed the material for a release in the G/A/S countries, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Russia and the Baltic States. The first single to be taken from the album will be "Destroy Everything You Touch", out on March 30th and featuring a remix by the former Smashing Pumpkins member James Iha, full name James Yoshinobu Iha. In Germany the single will only be available as import. The album "Witching Hour" will be released as a special digipak with remixes as bonus tracks. The biggest surprise is though that Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor has invited the band personally to be part of his European tour in March.
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Posted by: rmbannen on Mar 06, 07 | 1:39 am
ummmm....wasn't 'witching hour' released in 2005?
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