CKY Frontman: We Have Made 'The Best Rock Record Of 2005'

CKY have set a June 28 release date through Island Def Jam for their third album, "An Answer Can Be Found".

Commented CKY guitarist/vocalist Deron Miller: "Our album is finally completed and all I can say is that it's a masterpiece. We have busted our asses for the last year pushing our abilities and talents to outdo what we have done in the past, and without disrespecting our other records, I feel this one blows them away. We have succesfully progressed beyond our expectations. I want to extend congratulations to Chad Ginsburg for producing and mixing this record top-fucking-notch and taking the level of this band even further than I ever imagined, and to Jess Margera for delivering the drumming that this album called for.

"To the CKY Alliance worldwide...this record is totally for you. We are grateful to you for sticking with us for so long and I know you will be pleased. Much appreciation to Paul Pontius, Island Records and our management team for believing in us and letting us do exactly what we needed and wanted to do...make the best rock record of 2005..."

"An Answer Can Be Found" track listing:

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01. Suddenly Tragic
02. The Way You Lived
03. Dressed In Decay
04. Familiar Realm
05. All Power to Slaves
06. Tripled Manic State
07. Behind the Screams
08. Deceit Is Striking Gold
09. As the Tables Turn
10. Sniped
11. Don't Hold Your Breath

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