American rock queen Suzi Quatro has been in the music business for more than 50 years, delivering her greatest hits such as "Can The Can", "48 Crash", "If You Can't Give Me Love", "She's In Love With You" and "Devil Gate Drive" with unbridled energy, mixing them with her current material. March 29 will see the arrival of her new studio album, "No Control", on SPV/Steamhammer, with the lead single, "No Soul/No Control", scheduled to arrive on February 15.

"No Control" contains 11 new songs (plus two bonus tracks), including a first-time collaboration with Suzi's son Richard Tuckey.

"I've never stopped releasing through the years," she says. "'Back To The Drive' in 2006, 'In The Spotlight' in 2011, 'Quatro, Scott & Powell' in 2016. These albums were thought about and planned out in great detail. I'm proud of all three releases, very proud. But my new album, 'No Control', is its own animal."

Suzi says about the signing with SPV/Steamhammer: "I am very pleased to be releasing my new album on SPV/Steamhammer. I am more than ready to rock n roll my way into 2019!"

Olly Hahn, A&R/product manager at Steamhammer, adds: "Suzi Quatro, the ultimate queen of rock n' roll, has now joined our roster at SPV. Many of us have grown up with her fantastic hits, so did I. That's why we feel proud and honored to release her new studio album."

Suzi will embark on a major tour of Australia and Europe later this year.


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