JANE'S ADDICTION are set to release their first studio album in nearly 13 years on July 15. "Hypersonic" will arrive in stores nearly two weeks after the band embarks on the Lollapalooza tour, which kicks off in Michigan July 3.
The band, who are now being officially managed by Sanctuary Artist Management (IRON MAIDEN, GUNS N' ROSES, JUDAS PRIEST, SLAYER), recently parted ways with Warner Bros. Records and are said to have inked a new deal with a West Coast-based major.
"The record has been mastered and we are, I would say, a week or two away from putting some music out on the radio and having people warm their ears up to the album," frontman Perry Farrell said. "I would expect the album to be released July 15."
The CD, the band's first proper studio set since 1990's "Ritual de lo Habitual", was produced by Bob Ezrin (KISS, PINK FLOYD, LOU REED) at Henson Recording (formerly known as A&M Studios) in Los Angeles.
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