Poisoned Black, the clothing company started by KITTIE's Mercedes (drums) and Morgan Lander, is now officially opened for business.
After many delays, the webstore, found at www.poisonedblack.com, is up and running. Currently Poisoned Black is starting off small, but expect to see more designs and styles in the future.
Check out a photo of Morgan and Mercedes modelling their new clothing line at this location.
As previously reported, KITTIE have added a Detroit date to their upcoming itinerary. The group's schedule is now shaping up as follows:
Sep. 29 – London, ONT @ Call the Office
Oct. 01 - Chicago, IL @ Metro
Oct. 15 - Detroit, MI @ Harpo's
KITTIE frontwoman Morgan Lander recently shot down rumors that the group has broken following the departure of guitarist Lisa Marx and bassist Jennifer Arroyo and the band's split with longtime label Artemis Records.
KITTIE parted ways Artemis in March "due to a proposed amendment to the recording budget for the pending fourth KITTIE album," according to a post on the band's web site. The group have yet to announce replacemenets for Marx and Arroyo, who left the band earlier in the year. The band's most recent album, "Until the End", was released in July 2004.
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