Rock act Garbage will release its first album in more than three years, "Bleed Like Me," April 12 in North America via Geffen and a day earlier internationally via Warner Bros.
Rock act Garbage will release its first album in more than three years, "Bleed Like Me," April 12 in North America via Geffen and a day earlier internationally via Warner Bros. The band was previously signed to Almo Sounds/Interscope, which released 2001's "beautifulgarbage."
As previously reported, the new set features drum work from the Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl on the track "Bad Boyfriend," which was co-produced by the Dust Brothers' John King. The rest of the set was produced by the band.
According to Garbage's official Web site, the track list is rounded out by "Run Baby Run," "Right Between the Eyes," "Why Do You Love Me," "Bleed Like Me," "It's All Over but the Crying," "Boys Wanna Fight," "Sex Is Not the Enemy," "Metal Heart," "Why Don't You Come Over" and "Happy Home."
"This new CD will be released a whole 10 years after our debut," writes vocalist Shirley Manson. "Ten f***ing YEARS?!?!?!?!?!?! The very idea blows my brain because the actuality of being the lead singer in a rock band still seems so very brand new to me."
Manson adds Garbage is "giddy with relief, excitement and a great sense of accomplishment" now that the album is finally complete. "The record is done and not only is it done but it's pretty f***ing stellar."
As previously reported, Manson guests on the new Queens Of The Stone Age album, "Lullabies To Paralyze," due March 22 via Interscope.