The Original Kittie Collection to Celebrate the 22nd Anniversary of ‘Spit’ With Online Chat

ORIGINAL KITTIE COLLECTION TO Celebrate the 22nd Anniversary of 'Spit' With Online Chat

The original line-up of the Canadian metal band kittyMorgan Lander (guitar, vocals), mercedes lander (drums), Fallon Bowman (guitar) and Tanya Candler (Bass) – They will meet again for an online chat to celebrate the 22nd anniversary of his gold-certified 2000 debut album, “spit”.

earlier in the day, kitty He posted the following message on his website Instagram Account: “Join us tomorrow IG Live 7:30PM EDT To celebrate a little bit the 22nd anniversary of our debut album SPIT. We’ll hang out and answer some questions! #iglive #spit #happybirthday #joinus #kittie.”

Candler the left kitty After the release of “spit” To finish high school and replace it Talina Atfield.

Bowman went out kitty In 2001 and started her own industrial/electronic venture, amphibious assault.

In a 2002 interview with Buster musicAnd mercedes mention about him kittyFirst album “I think “spit” Probably the least polished record I’ve ever heard in my entire life. It was recorded in nine days on Fender Squires. It was a point in our lives, and it was a snapshot of where we were in 1999.”

She added, “We’ve been a band for so long, we played over 200 singles before we got the record label’s attention. We’d play every weekend as often as we could. Sometimes we’d play during the week. We traveled to Toronto, to Detroit; we played a lot.” From the shows. A lot of bands playing 12 shows before they get signed, it seems crap on their record; they’re experimenting with their recordings, and they don’t know what they want to do. We were just lucky that we knew what we wanted to do.”

After metalworkers in London, Ontario, Canada have completed the 2011 Tour Course “I failed” album kitty I entered a long period of inactivity during which Morgan Focus on a marketing job for a chain of fitness clubs while mercedes I worked in real estate and more recently in a software company. The group also began working on a documentary that would extend their career, “Assets / Developments”, which finally saw the light of day in 2018 via Lightyear Entertainment in North America.

last may, Morgan Tell Pierre Gutierrez From rock conversations who – which kitty It was still “in the gap”. She explained, “Since the documentary was filmed and released, there have been some changes. We’re no longer a signed business. So if we’re going to make new music, it’ll be released independently. But we still have a number of older projects that we’ll be launching and working on in the future. We love that We are able to pay tribute to the things we did in the past. And I know a lot of people are excited to reissue old things etc. We are always looking for ways to reintroduce people [to KITTIE‘s music] And what about it. So we have some things going down the pipeline. I can’t give a lot of details just yet, but there will be announcements and it’s going to be great and it’s going to be a lot of fun. But there is no new music yet.”

“I failed” It sold 3,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at number 178 on the Billboard 200 chart.

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