KITTIE Begins Teasing First New Album Since 2011

After igniting the stage with a blistering new track at the electrifying Sick New World festival in 2023, Kittie wasted no time and plunged into the studio trenches alongside renowned producer Nick Raskulinecz, whose illustrious portfolio boasts collaborations with titans like Mastodon, Ghost, and Trivium. Nestled within the hallowed confines of Sienna Studios in Nashville, the band embarked on a sonic odyssey, and now, the fruits of their labor stand poised for revelation. With tantalizing anticipation, Kittie recently took to their social media channels, unleashing a cryptic teaser accompanied by the tantalizing caption “COMING SOON,” teasing the impending sonic storm. Brace yourselves – fresh material is on the horizon, and it promises to be nothing short of exhilarating.

But what can fans expect from this musical maelstrom? In a candid exchange with Knotfest’s She’s With The Band, Kittie’s guitarist and vocalist Morgan Lander offered a playful insight, quipping that the forthcoming tunes won’t have listeners rummaging through their closets for their beloved JNCO jeans.

“I reckon it’s time to marry some of those old ideas, ’cause let’s face it, we’re not resurrecting our JNCOs anytime soon,” chuckled Morgan. “But seriously, it’s about amalgamating who we are now with echoes of our past selves, forging a path that’s both nostalgic and innovative. I can’t wait to unleash this concoction upon the world.”

Echoing Morgan’s sentiments, drummer Mercedes Lander chimed in with palpable enthusiasm, affirming, “Absolutely, we’re all about delivering those certified bangers – tunes that hit you like a bolt of lightning and leave you craving more. We want our music to resonate, to evoke the same fire and passion that fuels us. So get ready for an onslaught of 1,200 percent bangers – that’s where we’re at.”

The forthcoming material marks Kittie’s triumphant return to the musical fray since the release of “I’ve Failed You” back in 2011, promising a sonic tapestry woven with threads of nostalgia and innovation, ready to enthrall and captivate audiences anew.

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