KITTIE 'Released' From ARTEMIS RECORDS

Canadian metal band KITTIE have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We are pleased to announce that Artemis Records has released us from our recording contract. We have amicably parted ways due to a proposed amendment to the recording budget for the pending fourth KITTIE album.

"We wish to thank Daniel Glass, CEO of Artemis, for making the right decision for all parties involved and are EXCITED as to what the future will hold for us...

"Lastly, we want to thank the fans who have stuck by us for all these years, for helping to make this all a reality and for your love and support on this crazy journey!

"We will keep you posted as things unfold!"

KITTIE recently parted ways with guitarist Lisa Marx and bassist Jennifer Arroyo. No replacements have yet been named.

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