NEUROTICA have parted ways with Smackdown Records less than three months following the release of their self-titled third full-length album through the WWE-affiliated label, NEUROTICA frontman Kelly Shaefer has confirmed via a posting on the band's official web site.

"We are no longer on Smackdown Records," Shaefer wrote. "We must keep our momentum going coming off [Ozzfest]. We have sold a lot of records being out here, so it should be appealing to another label to pick us up for their roster. We hope our manager and lawyer can make it happen, so we can get back out on tour son after this. Smackdown was cool to let us go. They were not going to be able to do the day-to-day shit required to be a rock label, so by letting us go, it gives us a chance to keep rolling with all of the good things that are currently going on with NEUROTICA. Our video is done, we got a lot of gas in our tank, so to speak, so we hope to have that hooked up sooooon!"


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