Music from THE WILDHEARTS' new self-titled album is featured in an entertaining online game from KillerViral: Sheeps of Rage. The game contains three levels packed with sheep to defeat, each level featuring a different song from the album.For more information, visit KillerViral.com. THE WILDHEARTS' self-titled album was released on April 23 via Round Records. The CD was preceeded by a download-only single, "The Sweetest Song", which is available from iTunes. "The Wildhearts" was recorded partly at London's Strongroom Studios, partly at a country house in Ipswich, and at a haunted castle in the Midlands. Commented mainman Ginger: "We are really proud of this album. It marks what honestly feels like a fresh start in what has been an up-and-down career for the band. Gone are the drugs and alcohol problems. There is a focus and determined spirit in the band now, which we think we have captured perfectly on this album. The melodies are still there, the big choruses are still there, but the mammoth guitar riffs are back and heavier than ever. We're excited to have you along for this fresh new stage in the ongoing legacy that is THE WILDHEARTS." (Thanks: Hugo)
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