NASHVILLE PUSSY Sign With SPV RECORDS

NASHVILLE PUSSY have inked a deal with Steamhammer/SPV Records. The group's new album, "Get Some", was produced by Daniel Rey (RAMONES) and mixed by Glen Robinson (VOIVOD, ANNIHILATOR). The CD, which features a cover version of IKE & TINA TURNER's "Nutbush City Limits", is scheduled for release on September 26.

Following the release of "Get Some", the band are set to embark on an extensive tour, determined to document impressively what their audience has come to expect under the heading of "spectacular stage show."

NASHVILLE PUSSY came together in 1996. "We were tired of seeing bands that were boring, all style and no soul. So we decided to play the kind of music that we would like to hear," commented guitarist Ruyter Suys on the birth of her band. Ever since, NASHVILLE PUSSY have been performing a strenuous annual gig marathon, touring with acts like SLIPKNOT, SLAYER, SEVENDUST, MOTÖRHEAD, MISFITS, DICTATORS, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES and LYNYRD SKYNYRD.

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