Propagandhi Expect New Album To Drop in Early 2009

Propagandhi Expect New Album To Drop in Early 2009
'Peg punkers Propagandhi have leaked some more info on the band’s as yet untitled new album but once again, the details are scant. According to some email correspondence between Punknews and the band’s Chris Hannah, a new album is indeed in the works and fans can expect it as early as "February or March."

Hannah said the band are currently in the midst of recording at their own Winnipeg-based Illegal Combatant Studios, and will "finish it up starting next Tuesday (October 21) at the Blasting Room in Colorado." Hannah also confirmed there will be "about 13 songs" on the new record, providing five tentative song titles: "Supporting Caste," "Tertium Non Datur," "Funeral Procession," "Dear Coach's Corner" and, our personal favourite, "Human(e) Meat."

On the record label front, Hannah said Fat Wreck will handle the U.S. release while G7 Welcoming Committee will presumably do the work in Canada.

The new album will be Propagandhi’s first since the band’s 2005 effort, Potemkin City Limits, and we’re guessing is another "soundtrack for the voluntary human extinction movement.”

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