Swedish experimental extreme metal band MESHUGGAH have posted the following update on their official web site:
What's up guys!? Thought we should post a 'little something' regarding these darn label rumors.
We're releasing a 'one-off' thing on a small label called Fractured Transmitter Records.
"The label is owned by Jason Mann of MUSHROOMHEAD — we're good friends with the guys and this release is just a fun thing that we're doing for the hell of it! In other words – this is in NO way any kind of pointer as to where we'll be going for the next full-length! We're currently discussing with a few different labels, but no decision has been made as to where we'll end up!
"The basic idea of this 'one-off' thing is an EP, probably containing just one song, some 20 minutes long!!! So...keep your ears peeled for that release, due for release sometime next spring!
"As for next full-length release, as soon as we know what label it will be released under — you'll know it too!"
As previously reported, MESHUGGAH vocalist Jens Kidman recently recorded a guest appearance on MUSHROOMHEAD's forthcoming CD, "XIII", due on October 14 through Universal Records. Kidman shares lead vocal duties with Mann in the track "The Dream Is Over".
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