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Re-Formed Nukeateen Announces New Albums and Tour Plans

Three piece grunge band Nukeateen (nuke-a-teen) re-formed last year after splitting up in 1999. Ten years later they got back together to record their back catalogue of 48 songs that were popular live but never made it to the studio. These 48 songs will be made into 4 new albums one released every year over the next 4 years. This revival caught the eye of legendary producer and former member of The Butthole Surfers and Ween, Mark Kramer. Kramer will be mastering all four albums.

The band will be recording the drums and bass guitar parts in their own studio in Northamptonshire, UK. Then it gets sent to Australia to record the guitar and vocal parts, because the band's singer/guitarist now lives in Melbourne. The first of the four albums, "Reginald's Revenge," is due for release in July 2010 and the band plans to tour the U.K. in August to promote it.

You can check out some of Nukateen's music on their MySpace player.

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1. Grunge-Dude writes:

This is awesome, Ozone was one of the best grunge albums of the 90's and their video to the track Face Up is amazing.

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2. Sarah Knot writes:

Anyone know when the new album is out? Also any ideas about the tour dates?

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