Stabbing Westward Eye First New Music Since 2001
Though Stabbing Westward have been reunited for a few years, the industrial rock outfit are finally getting around to releasing some new music in 2020.
The band revealed in a new Instagram post that they will release a brand new three-song EP titled Dead & Gone that's due to arrive Jan. 3.
The group said in a statement, "We have been working on new music for a few years now and are finally ready to begin releasing it starting with our first new music since 2001. Dead & Gone features three brand new songs and two remixes and will be available as a digital download as well as a CD with full color artwork."
Stabbing Westward had their biggest success in the mid-'90s, scoring a string of alt-rock singles over four albums that concluded when the band split in 2002. In 2016, singer Christopher Hall and keyboardist Walter Flakus reunited to celebrate the group's 30th anniversary. They've since added The Dreaming's Carlton Bost on bass and former Orgy drummer Bobby Amaro to complete their lineup.
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