British "glam punk rock" band SPIT LIKE THIS has inked a deal with Dark Lord Records, a brand new label set up by Grammy-nominated producer Chris Tsangarides (JUDAS PRIEST, OZZY OSBOURNE, ANVIL, SPIT LIKE THIS) and legendary STRAWBS founder Dave Cousins. The group's second album, "Normalityville Horror", will be released on May 7.

Commented SPIT LIKE THIS vocalist Lord Zion: "We have been sitting on this album for a while, waiting for the formation of Chris Tsangarides' label. When we recorded 'Normalityville Horror' with him, we enjoyed the whole experience so, when he mentioned his label and that he would like us on it, we jumped at the chance!

"'Normalityville Horror' is a real leap forward for us, musically and thematically, and I cannot wait for our fans, old and new, to hear it at long last."

Tsangarides added: "I can't wait for the release and on to the next great project with SPIT LIKE THIS."


Lord Zion - Vocals
Vikki Spit - Bass
Vile Gilez - Drums
Rob Riot – Guitars

For more information, visit www.spitlikethis.com.


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