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Stabbing Westward Announce First New Album In 20 Years, Stream “I Am Nothing”


Stabbing Westward‘s new full-length album “Chasing Ghosts” will receive a March 18th release on COP International Records. Pre-orders for that new outing—the band’s first since 2001—will launch in January. In addition to new material, “Chasing Ghosts” will also feature reworked versions of songs featured on the band’s 2020 reunion effort “Dead And Gone“.

The group once again worked with producer John Fryer (Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails) on this new material, enlisting him in a bit to help recapture some of the sonic aspects of their first two records. Keyboardist/programmer Walter Flakus commented:

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“It seems like we’ve been working on this album for a long time, trying to get it just right. With the help of John Fryer and COP International, everything fell into place. We are so excited for the world to finally hear the album. The single ‘I Am Nothing’ is just the tip of the iceberg.”

Vocalist/guitarist Christopher Hall added:

“It’s great to be back, and working with John Fryer and Tom Baker again was awesome and felt like making a pure old-school Stabbing Westward album. I am excited to see how people will receive the new songs.”

Today, November 05th saw the release of a new EP from the band titled “I Am Nothing” through Bandcamp. In addition to the brand new title track, it also features a remix of it done by Hall, another by Go Fight, and a 2021 remake of the “Wither Blister Burn & Peel” track “Slipping Away“.

Chasing Ghosts” track listing:

01 – “I Am Nothing
02 – “Damaged Goods
03 – “Cold
04 – “Push
05 – “Wasteland
06 – “Ctrl Z
07 – “Crawl
08 – “Dead & Gone
09 – “Ghost
10 – “The End

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