KITTIE GET SET TO PAGE THE ORACLE

The band are set to begin recording 'Oracle' in July...

KITTIE GET SET TO PAGE THE ORACLE
KITTIE are set to go in the studio later this summer
to record the follow-up to 'SPIT'.

The Canadian quartet are booked in a Vancouver studio from
July 21 until August 14, where they will lay down tracks for new LP
'Oracle' with Garth Richardson, who produced the
group's last effort.

As previously reported on NME.COM, the new effort is
expected to sound more aggressive and is tipped to include tracks
'Pain' and 'Mouth Full Of Poison'.

A single is expected before Christmas, with the full-length album following
in early 2002.

In other Kittie news, a spokesperson for the band said they
are in the process of tentatively scheduling some headlining European dates for
September.

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