Frontiers Records has inked an agreement to release in Europe the latest ENUFF Z'NUFF album, entitled simply "?".
The album will be issued on February 21 with a different cover artwork and an exclusive bonus track — an acoustic version of "Fly High Michelle".
Longtime bassist and founding member Chip Z'Nuff says: “We are extremely excited about our new partnership with Frontiers for the release of our new CD, '?', in Europe. We know that this is the label that can bring our music to the people who will love it."
This year, the band will continue to write and record more music, and of course, we will tour, tour, and tour some more to support the "?" CD. The band leaves for a U.S. tour with TRAMP'S WHITE LION February 15 while a return to Europe is planned during spring with BANG TANGO, PRETTY BOY FLOYD and the TEENAGE CASKET COMPANY.
"This band is not afraid to spread its wings," continues Chip, "and Frontiers is the label that can provide us the opportunity to do that and have our music reach as many people as possible, old fans and new ones too!"
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