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Whitesnake Inks Deal With Frontiers Records

Hard rockers Whitesnake have inked a record deal with Frontiers Records. David Coverdale and band are gearing up for their latest endeavour and have already started composing new material.

“We are off to a very good start, with the new songs taking positive shape. It feels good, fresh and exciting,” explains Coverdale. "As always, we want to take it to the next level. I feel that with the last album we achieved a strong Whitesnake ‘cocktail’ that comfortably embraced & mixed all the previous musical aspects & styles of the band’s history, while taking our identity a little further, all on one album."

Coverdale said the production team for the new album will most likely be the Brutal Brothers, or Los Bros Brutalos, who also handled the recording of "Good To Be Bad."

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1. wilco writes:

who cares david coverdale sucks a$$ big time

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2. gripper writes:

coverdale doesn't suck
he's not metal
good to be bad is as good or better than sonic boom
and is comparable in terms of quality to saints of la, black ice, or chinese dem
i won't go out of my way for this but i will listen given a low effort chance
there are alot of has beens still making music very few are still advancing the cause

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3. PuckettJp2 writes:

f***in awesome

hope the new material will be good

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