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Interpol Sets Sept. 13 Release Date for New Album

Interpol Sets Sept. 13 Release Date for New Album

Update - June 23, 2010: In the U.S., the self-titled album will be released on September 7 on Matador.


June 15, 2010:

Interpol are headed back to their indie roots for their cleverly titled fourth studio record, which will be released Sept. 13 through the band's own newly formed label, Soft Limit and licensed to Cooperative Music throughout the world excluding North and South America.

 

Interpol huddled into New York's legendary Electric Lady Studios to record their upcoming self-titled opus, handling production duties then mixing the album with Alan Moulder, who's worked with everyone from Depeche Mode to Nine Inch Nails, at Assault & Battery in London. 

 

While we previously mentioned that David Pajo would be replacing Carlos D, we neglected to mention that Interpol has rounded things out by tapping Secret Machines' Brandon Curtis for keyboards and backing vocals. Now with the full lineup intact, Interpol version 2.0 added a U.K. swing to their 2010 tour. See revised dates below.

 

06.21  Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall

06.22  Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom

06.23  Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Small’s Theatre

06.25  Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock Cafe

09.12  Paris, FR @ Stade De France *

09.22  Brussels, BE @ Stade Roi Boudoin *

09.23  Brussels, BE @ Stade Roi Boudoin *

07.24  Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon

09.18  Paris, FR- Stade De France *

09.26  San Sebastian, ES @ Estadio Anoeta *

09.29  Seville, ES @ Olympic Stadium *

10.02  Coimbra, PT @ Estadio Cidade Coimbra *

10.03  Coimbra, PT @ Estadio Cidade Coimbra *

10.08  Rome, IT @ Olympic Stadium *

 

11.24  Nottingham Rock City

11.25  Newcastle O2 Academy

11.26  Birmingham O2 Academy

11.27  Edinburgh Corn Exchange

11.29  Dublin Olympia

12.03  Manchester Apollo

12.04  Liverpool University

12.06 -London O2 Academy Brixton

12.07  London O2 Academy Brixton

 

* = w/ U2

 

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cover reminds me an awful lot of Antics. not diggin it. though at least it's another sign their sound is retracting..

/site_media/uploads/images/users/dukkookim/6460_1130716601218_1626340558_309884_1280450_njpg.jpg dukkookim

don't think that's the actual cover, just a cool old logo from the band i found, sorry to mislead, trying to find one image without carlos d in it =)

/site_media/uploads/images/users/Kiran_Aditham/kiranbarry1jpg.jpg Kiran_Aditham

Ha, I was just thinking what a godawful cover that would make! Not that their new superhero logo is any better... I hope for the best for this record, but I feel like their sound might have outlived its usefulness for me...

/site_media/uploads/images/users/LongestWinter/moonjpg.jpg CraigJenkins

that can't be the cover.

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