GODSMACK To Release All-Acoustic Album In November

GODSMACK will release an all-acoustic record on November 18 featuring stripped-down versions of hits like "Voodoo" and "Serenity" as well as new tracks, according to MTV.com.

"We decided to do an acoustic record because we have always messed around with acoustic versions of our music and gotten great reactions to it," frontman Sully Erna said in a statement. "Reworking the songs this way shows a different side of the band."

The band are recording the acoustic album in a Hawaiian studio with producer David Bottrill, who has previously worked with the group on "I Stand Alone" (which surfaced on "The Scorpion King" soundtrack) and on their latest CD, "Faceless", which came out in April.

GODSMACK will launch a North American tour in the fall. The band have yet to announce rescheduled dates for their recently canceled European trek.


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