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Norma Jean Prepare New Album

Norma Jean has written six tracks for their next album, now titled "The AntiMother." According to the band, "The songs are very different (as always) but it's still us and it's still heavy. I can't even explain how excited we are about releasing this Monster."

The group has also revealed that they be writing a song with Page Hamilton (of Helmet noteriety) for the effort.

Solid State Records will release "The AntiMother" late this summer.

Source: Lambgoat

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1. TrueWolf writes:

hope the new album is good

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2. paul vanbuskirk writes:

thair music inspires me

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3. metal owner writes:

haven't heard of norma jean... but wat i can say is "the antimother" sounds stupid!

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4. negativeone936 writes:

awesome i cannot wait for their new album i just started listening to norma jean and daaamn are they friggin amazing!!

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5. holyshit writes:

hopefully the new album is better than their last one. the 1st two albums kicked a$$ but that 3rd cd kinda sucked.

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6. GOD writes:

lame

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7. CrawfordTexasJingoJango writes:

I hope it's something self-righteous and holier-than-thou. I also hope it's got 15 duplicated tracks of the vocals to make it sound overproduced, and pretentious subject matter. I don't even understand why these guys put lyrics in the booklets. You can't understand them when you have them right in front of you! That's, like, a double whammy. I like their art direction, though, and I think their packaging is somewhat cool and impressive, but the music that lurks within leaves me tired, bored, and empty inside. I hope all parties responsible for Norma Jean's music stub their big toes on something simultaneously. Right now would be awesome.

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8. RememberMetal? writes:

I like thier rhythm section, just the debut album actually. The first vocalist sounded genuinely, clinically insane. Not so much now. The moral platitudes can blow a bullet ant.

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