ADDICTION CREW: New Album Due In September

ADDICTION CREW, the Italian band formerly known as ADDICTION, have set a September 20 European release date through Earache Records for their new album, "Break In Life". The group, who were recently joined by two new members (Marta Innox on vocals/emcee and Ale Lera on drums & grooves), have finished filming a video for the track "What About" with Italian director Paolo Doppieri.

"Break In Life" track listing:

01. What About
02. Shall Rise
03. Callin'
04. All
05. Crack File
06. Break In
07. Higher
08. Disconnect
09. One Way Serial
10. In A We Trust
11. Damn Speaker
12. Dust In The RMX

ADDICTION's debut album, 2001's "Doubt The Dosage", included a guest appearance by SEPULTURA drummer Igor Cavalera on the track "Inside". More information is available at this location.

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