New York hardcore legends SICK OF IT ALL have parted ways with Fat Wreck Chords and are currently seeking a new label home. In a posting on the group's official web site, drummer Armand Majidi writes, "We'll be making a move to another label that promises to support our releases with a new level of hype and public awareness! I can't name the label yet because we haven't officially signed, but we're so close that not only can I taste it, but I'm fully confident in their commitment. We're all really excited about this move. The next album will be released early next year and will commemorate our twentieth year anniversary as a band!"We've been working like dogs on the new material and have over a dozen new songs. The schedule has us recording in late August, so there's still plenty of time to continue creating and to fine-tune what we have already." SICK OF IT ALL's last full-length release, "Life on the Ropes", came out in September 2003.
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