BREED 77: New Album Pushed Back

Following a storming set at the Download festival, a Metal Hammer Golden Gods "Best British Act" nomination and a sold-out tour, BREED 77 are gearing up for a pan-European album release and as a result have been forced to push back the release of their highly anticipated new album "In My Blood (En Mi Sangre)". The Ron Saint-Germain-produced (TOOL, SOUNDGARDEN, CREED) effort will now be released on September 11 and will coincide with the "In My Blood" U.K. tour, followed by European dates. BREED 77 will also feature in the U.K. and U.S. editions of the official worldwide "Lost" TV show magazine. The editors of the magazine have reacted to a fan video posted on which presents a four-minute edit of the TV series (episode 1) using BREED 77's anthem "La Ultima Hora" as the sound bed..

The release of "In My Blood (En Mi Sangre)" follows 2004's breakthrough album "Cultura", which spawned three top forty singles and sold in excess of 30,000 copies. This new record shows a progression on BREED 77's trademark Latino sound that has been carefully nurtured since the band rather unusual inception.

"In My Blood (En Mi Sangre)" will be released this summer by Albert Productions U.K., the hard-hitting rock label and worldwide publisher of AC/DC.

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