Galllows second album gets US release date

Punk rockers ink a deal with major label

Gallows frontman Frank Carter spent most of his band's 8pm set at Emo's either in the crowd or goading them. The singer, who repeatedly hit himself on the head with his microphone, causing minor bleeding, spent the first part of the set in the midst of the audience, creating a circle space for himself by shoving punters to the side. Pic: Danny North
Gallows have announced that they will release their sophomore album, 'Grey Britain', in the US via a major label.

The punk band have inked a deal with Warner Bros Records' imprint Sire Records to put their new album out Stateside on May 5.

The follow-up to 2006's 'Orchestra Of Wolves', was produced by Garth Richardson (Rage Against The Machine, Biffy Clyro) in London.

The band will also take part in the 2009 Vans Warped Tour, which kicks off on June 26 in Pomona, California and concludes in Los Angeles on August 23, as previously reported.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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