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A Perfect Circle New Album Update

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Perhaps seeking to address the rumors of a new A Perfect Circle album surfacing this November, which have been moving around the Internet at a rapid rate since we first made the suggestion early this month, the band's frontman Maynard James Keenan made an announcement on stage at last night's "Axis Of Justice" event in Hollywood, California with regards to the outing. He said that A Perfect Circle are in the process of recording a collection of political songs, which they hope to release by November this year.

In related news, the group's former bass player Paz Lenchantin will be contributing to the album by recording both violin and piano parts, although she will not be returning as a full time member (read more about this at simplypaz.com). As previously reported, there is a tentative release date of November 16th through Virgin for the album, and this is also the date that the band's live DVD and remix album are currently expected out in stores.

Source: I Ate Your Microphone

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1. brokenwings13 writes:

why does every band have to get political??!!!
I understand that you have an opinion and the right to express it,
just please don't commit career suicide!!

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2. brokenwings13 writes:

oh yeah, go check out
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Hi Mike!!

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