THE ANSWER To Release 'New Horizon' This Fall

In late 2012, Northern Ireland-based rockers THE ANSWER entered the studio with ex-LITTLE ANGELS vocalist Toby Jepson at the production helm. The band's fourth studio album, "New Horizon", features mixes from rock icon Mike Fraser (AC/DC, METALLICA), and will be released on September 30 in Europe and October 1 in North America via Napalm Records. The band was also honored and privileged that the late Storm Thorgerson and his team saw fit to design the artwork for the new album, and Storm was working on final ideas for the album cover just before his sad passing.

Vocalist Cormac Neeson states: "We're back and we’re back in a big way. Our love for rock 'n' roll is still as fresh as a skinny dip in the Lagan (that’s the big river that runs through Belfast!) and we really believe that this is by far and away our best album to date. We can't wait to get out and play it live!"

THE ANSWER will play its first headline dates since March 2012, undertaking a full 40-date European tour during October-December 2013.


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