Norwegian hard rockers MALICE IN WONDERLAND have inked a deal with Crank Music Group. The band's long-awaited sophomore album, "The Royal Brigade", will be released on December 10. The CD was mixed by John Fryer (DEPECHE MODE, NINE INCH NAILS).

"We are thrilled about this new record and eager to get it out there," said MALICE IN WONDERLAND frontman Chris Wicked. "It`s been a long time since our debut. We also have a new lineup now so there were several things we had to sort out, but I'll tell you, we are extremely pleased with how things have been progressing lately. There is a whole new energy within in the group now! New music, new lineup and a new area for MALICE IN WONDERLAND in general. The new album is filled with catchy, killer tracks that we are positive will please both new and old fans. We can't wait to show people what we have been up to lately!"

The video for the song "Live For Today" can be seen below.


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