Los Angeles-based industrial metal band SKUMLOVE has signed a licensing agrement with Canada's Misfortune Records for the release of the group's new album, "Songs of Lust and Corrosion". According to a press relase, the CD will contain 10 songs, including remixes and two videos. The Canadian version of the album will also feature two extra songs and an alternate album cover."Songs of Lust and Corrosion" was officially released in the U.S. today (Wednesday, October 31) via the band's own label Devil's Union Entertainment. Two dates in Toronto and Montreal will follow in early November. For more information, visit www.skumlove.com.
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