KITTIE Joined By LAZARUS A.D.'s JEFF PAULICK At Rochester Concert
Jeff Paulick of Midwest thrashers LAZARUS A.D. filled in for KITTIE bassist Ivy Vujic at the Canadian band's last-minute August 27, 2011 concert in Rochester, New York. Ivy had to miss this show due to prior family arrangements.
A photo of KITTIE's performance with Paulick on bass can be seen below.
KITTIE's sixth album, "I've Failed You", will be released on August 30 via eOne Music. The CD was recorded at Beach Road Studios in Goderich, Ontario, Canada. The band once again worked with producer Siegfried "Siggy" Meier, who helmed KITTIE's last CD, 2009's "In The Black".
Guitarist/vocalist Morgan Lander previously stated about KITTIE's new material, "We have been working exceptionally hard these cold winter months, crafting what is to be our six full-length release, and our second for eOne. In some cases these new songs are faster, darker and much more sinister than our previous release. It contains some of the most difficult and personal subject matter I have had the pleasure (or displeasure) of writing."
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