New Order man guests on new Crystal Method album

'Divided By Night' features star-studded collaborations

New Order man guests on new Crystal Method album
The Crystal Method have recruited a star-studded cast of contributors on their new album 'Divided By Night'.

New Order bassist Peter Hook, Matisyahu, former Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle and Metric frontwoman Emily Haines are among the artists who have contributed to the Los Angeles electronic duo's latest effort, due out in the US on May 12.

Matisyahu provides vocals on 'Drown In The Now', the album's first single, while Hook appears on 'Blunts & Robots' and 'Dirty Thirty'. Haines and drummer Samantha Maloney, formerly of Hole and Peaches, lend their talents to 'Come Back Clean'.

The Crystal Method have also announced that they will give their first live performance in five years on the first day of California's Coachella Festival, April 17.

The album tracklisting is:

'Divided By Night'
'Dirty Thirty' (featuring Peter Hook)
'Drown In The Now' (featuring Matisyahu)
'Kling To The Wreckage' (featuring Justin Warfield)
'Sine Language' (featuring LMFAO)
'Double Down Under'
'Come Back Clean' (featuring Emily Haines)
'Slipstream' (featuring Jason Lytle)
'Black Rainbows' (featuring Stefanie King Warfield)
'Blunts & Robots' (featuring Peter Hook)
'Falling Hard' (featuring Meiko)

'Play for Real' (featuring The Heavy)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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