STOLEN BABIES To Release 'Naught' In September

"Naught", the new album from the avant-garde metal band STOLEN BABIES, will be released digitally on September 18 and physically on October 16 via No Comment Records. The CD art was illustrated by artist Crab Scrambly and can be viewed below.

"In continuing our collaboration with artist Crab Scrambly, it was really important to us to create something our fans would want to keep staring at while they caress and possibly fondle its smooth exterior… not something easily done to a downloadable MP3, I must note," states STOLEN BABIES bassist Rani Sharone. "We hope this album cover brings plenty of candy coated smiles to the masses and even more warm and fuzzy feelings when they see the rest of this little gem that is the album's packaging. 'Naught' is our mutant, not-so-well-behaved second full-length studio album and we look forward to its release!"

This September, STOLEN BABIES will be touring the United States with co-headliners DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, KATATONIA, and special guests PARADISE LOST as part of the "Epic Kings & Idols Tour" (DTP and KATATONIA will alternate in headlining each show). The tour kicks off in Seattle, Washington at Studio 7 on September 4 and travels throughout the United States until September 24 when it comes to a close in Baltimore, Maryland at Rams Head Live.


Dominique Lenore Persi - Lead Vocals/Accordion
Rani Sharone - Bass/Vocals
Gil Sharone - Drums
Ben Rico - Keyboard/Vocals/Percussion
Davey Oberlin - Guitar (touring member)


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