CHASTAIN Secure Japanese Major Label Deal For New Album
CHASTAIN have secured a major-label deal in Japan with EMI/Toshiba for the release of their eighth studio album, entitled "In An Outrage". A June release is expected. The group's first CD since 1997's "In Dementia" will receive a U.S. release through Leviathan Records.
CHASTAIN's latest album features vocalist Kate French, guitarist David T. Chastain, and original VICIOUS RUMORS members Larry Howe (drums) and Dave Starr (bass).
Among the songtitles set to appear on the effort are the following:
01. New Beginnings
02. Souls The Sun
04. Bullet From A Gun
05. Tortured Love
06. Malicious Pigs
07. Rule The World
08. Lucky To Be Alive
09. Women Are Wicked
10. In An Outrage
The band did a photo shoot last summer in San Francisco for the upcoming release. Check out a few of the pictures here and here.
As previously reported, the classic CHASTAIN albums "The 7th of Never" (1987) and "The Voice of the Cult" (1988) will be released in May on one CD, entitled "The 7th & The Voice".
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