Long-running New Orleans sludge-rock act SUPLECS have completed work on a new album with producers Pepper Keenan, best known for his long tenure with CORROSION OF CONFORMITY and DOWN, and Dave Fortman, the former UGLY KID JOE guitarist and producer behind the multimillion-selling EVANESCENCE major-label debut, "Fallen". The new album, tentatively titled "Pouting On The Outside, Pawtyin' On The Inside", is said to continue in the same heavy groove vein of SUPLECS' previous work, with some extra-aggressive tracks thrown in. SUPLECS are currently shopping for a new label, one that will "get us out of the van, or at least get us a nicer van," guitarist/vocalist Durel Yates recently told BestOfNewOrleans.com. The trio's first label, Man's Ruin Records, went bankrupt right after the release of "Sad Songs ... Better Days", leaving the group scrambling, until This Dark Reign re-released the album. In the meantime, one song from the upcoming album, "Cities of the Dead" is out on High Times magazine's new stoner-rock compilation, "High Volume: The Stoner Rock Collection", which also includes tracks from CLUTCH, NEBULA and CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, among others.
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