Rubbish have introduced their new album, ‘No Gods No Masters’.
Shirley Manson and co dropped the lead single, ‘The Males Who Rule The World’, and defined how their seventh file is aptly in regards to the “seven virtues, the seven sorrows, and the seven lethal sins”, while “attempting to make sense” of the insanity of the world.
The ‘Silly Lady’ hitmaker mentioned in an announcement: “That is our seventh file, the numerous numerology of which affected the DNA of its content material: the seven virtues, the seven sorrows, and the seven lethal sins.
“It was our approach of attempting to make sense of how f***** nuts the world is and the astounding chaos we discover ourselves in. It’s the file we felt that we needed to make presently.”
Final yr, drummer and co-producer Butch Vig revealed their follow-up to 2016’s ‘Unusual Little Birds’ was nearly completed proper earlier than lockdown in Los Angeles.
He mentioned: “We had been fortunate, as a result of the final day within the studio for the 4 of us was, I feel, March 15, and LA went into lockdown the subsequent day.
“There have been a couple of issues that weren’t carried out – Shirl needed to end some lyrics, I had some ear sweet enhancing issues so as to add right here and there – however the core of the music was carried out. The plan was to have it combined and mastered by Might 1, however clearly, due to the pandemic we needed to do every little thing by way of file sharing, and that simply slowed every little thing down. But it surely’s carried out … and I’m completely psyched about it. I feel the file sounds actually cool.”
‘No Gods No Masters’ is because of be launched on June 11.
In the meantime, Rubbish are set to tour the UK with Blondie later this yr, with the run kicking off on November 6 at Liverpool’s M&S Financial institution Area.
The tracklisting for ‘No Gods No Masters’ is:
1. ‘The Males Who Rule The World’
2. ‘The Creeps’
3. ‘Uncomfortably Me’
5. ‘Ready For God’
7. ‘Nameless XXX’
8. ‘A Lady Destroyed’
9. ‘Flipping The Chicken’
10. ‘No Gods No Masters’
11. ‘This Metropolis Will Kill You’