A video clip of KITTIE performing the song "Look So Pretty" live at Mayaguez Café in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico on Saturday, September 16 has been posted online at YouTube.com.
KITTIE entered Retromedia Studios in Red Bank, New Jersey studio in July with producer Jack Ponti (BON JOVI, DORO, SKID ROW, ALICE COOPER) to begin recording the CD — the band's first since its split with longtime home Artemis Records. Songtitles set to appear on the new CD include "Never Again", "Funeral For Yesterday", "The Change", "Breathe", "Last Goodbye", "Slow Motion" and "Flowers of Flesh and Blood". The band recently finished mixing the effort with producer Kevin Shirley (IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER) for a tentative March 2007 release through the group's own label, dubbed Kiss of Infamy Records.
KITTIE's downloadable EP, entitled "Never Again", was released in February through Rock Ridge Music. iTunes is offering an exclusive four-track version of the EP, which includes bonus track "Everything That Could Have Been".
KITTIE has sold more than a million records since the release of its debut, "Spit", in 2000. That album was followed by 2001's "Oracle" and 2004's "Until the End", with several EPs in between.
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