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Friday, February 6, 2004 11:01 PM PT

Killwhitneydead has finished recording their new album, "Never Good Enough For You." The effort is currently being mixed by Jaime King and will likely be completed in several weeks. Additionally, AmbianDesign is now working on the album's layout and cover art. The record is tentatively slated for released on May 11th through Tribunal Records and will feature the following tracks (in no particular order):

Where There Is Smoke
I Didn't Know "I Love You" Came With A Knife In The Back
Duct Tape & Death Threats
The Fine & Subtle Art Of Deception
I Already Have Enough Friends (Take Two)
Like You Didn't Hear Me The First Time
Love Is Like A Mouth Full Of Broken Glass
You Like Knife Play? I Love Knife Play
You Will Get Exactly What You Deserve (And Not One Bullet Less)
Forgiveness Isn't As Much Fun As Holding A Grudge
Broken Hearts Don't Hurt As Much As Broken Bones
Bitterness Is A Beautiful Thing
She Didn't Look Like She Had A Disease
Who Said Alcohol & Handguns Didn't Go Great Together?
It Ain't Gonna Suck Itself
Revenge (My Part Time Lover)
Nothing Says "Party" Like Her Head On A Stick

Meanwhile, in case you haven't heard, the group has undergone some major lineup changes in recent months, with several members departing and forming the group Murder What Matters. The current lineup features Mike (vocals), Steven (guitars), Cook (bass), and Colin (drums). The band also hopes to add an additional guitarist in the near future. Finally, look for the group on the road this summer (starting in July) as their currently booking a tour.

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