Skinny Puppy album set for February 2011 releasePosted on 14/10/10
(iPhone Picture by Petra Rönnholm) It's more or less sure now, the new Skinny Puppy album "In Solvent See" will be out in February 2011 after almost 2 years of delay. The band, who actually completed an "In Solvent See" tour back in 2009 - go figure, saw the release of the "In Solvent See" album delayed due to internal issues with the German label SPV.
As a result the solvency company held the future release of recordings. This is what Ogre had to say about this: "We have been approached by the insolvency company which has been approached by the (German) government which has been approached by SPV. In the summer there was talk about a solution coming by August 22 2009 and it went on and on... We committed to this tour before it all happened. We followed the promise of what it meant to our fans. The show production and finances became a "do it yourself" type thing."
Here are two short clips taken while the show hit Portland. Not the best audio quality though... actually, the sound sucks.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
More related news :
All stars band Primitive Race starts crowd funding campaign to fund new release
Download a live version of the classic Skinny Puppy song 'Worlock' for free
Italian house DJ 'Saintpaul DJ' (ab)uses Skinny Puppy logo
Leadsinger Skinny Puppy to join Paris Hilton in horror flick?
Live drummer Skinny Puppy launches new project: Ket Vector
Live DVD Skinny Puppy
Ministry and Skinny Puppy on tour together?
New Skinny Puppy album to hit stores in May
Phil Western projects compiled on 'Laborandum'
Previously unreleased tracks by Dwayne Goettel (Skinny Puppy) and Psyche out soon on 'Re-membering Dwayne'
The Dutch dark electro act Schwarzblut returns with a new EP, 'Bis aufs Blut' (Eng: 'Until it bleeds') which acts as an appetizer for their upcoming 'Gebeyn aller Verdammten' album for which alfa-matrix.com has started the pre-sales a few days ago. (...)
Out in May is the debut album for Studio-X vs. Simon carter. Followers from our Spotify playlist will already know the band from their excellent 'Gone together again' single which was released a few weeks ago and which acted as a teaser for the upcoming album 'Breaking the void'. (...)
There is no French band which has left such a huge impression on the Side-Line staff like the dark electro act Tamtrum. Their debut 'Some atomik songz' was pure quality, edged and so damn gritty and was direct hit. (...)
The folks at Artoffact Records have a very promising new signing: Seeming. Behind Seeming you will recognize ThouShaltNot's Alex Reed (also author of "Assimilate: A Critical History of Industrial Music") and drummer Aaron Fuleki. (...)
Joakim Montelius (Covenant) has launched a new project, called Amusik. Today the very first sounds from the project were posted online. (...)
On March 21 & 22 Jean-Luc De Meyer (Front 242, 32Crash, ...) will be doing 2 conferences in Belgium in respectively Brussels and Liège. (...)
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY NEWSLETTER