DOPE STARS INC.: New Album Teaser Posted Online

Italy's DOPE STARS INC. have uploaded a new track, entitled "10000 Watts - Club Version", at their official web site. "This is just a little teaser for the multi-fashioned & techno-dekadent album, 'Neuromance', that will be out in August/September," the band write in a press release.

DOPE STARS INC. completed the new CD with producers Thomas Rainer (L'AME IMMORTELLE) and John Fryer (NINE INCH NAILS, DEPECHE MODE, H.I.M., WHITE ZOMBIE). The album will be released by Trisol Music Group and distributed by Soulfood/Sony. The first 3,000 copies of the CD will come in a deluxe DVD-like 8-panel digipack with exclusive photos by Eolo Perfido, a 32-pages A5 booklet with full lyrics and stunning artwork by Neon Trinity Kill, and a bonus CD with unreleased tracks and 15 exclusive remixes.

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