Brian "Big Bass" Gardner Masters "Habeas Corpus"
Pictured in session at Bernie Grundman Mastering are (L-R) Living Things guitarist Cory Becker, vocalist/lyricist/guitarist Lillian Berlin, bassist Eve Berlin, and mastering engineer Brian Gardner. Photo by David Goggin.
Explosive American rockers Living Things have mastered their new album, "Habeas Corpus," at Bernie Grundman Mastering with engineeer Brian "Big Bass" Gardner. The first single from their new album, "Let It Rain," goes to alternative radio on November 17.
The St. Louis-based Living Things are well known for their aggressive music and politically-charged lyrics. The band's debut album, "Ahead of the Lions," was released by Jive Records October 2005. The first single, "Bom Bom Bom," was used in advertising for an iTunes compatible Cingular phone and released as a free download from the iTunes Music Stores, adding to the song's success. The album was preceded by three EPs, "Turn In Your Friends And Neighbors" (2003), "The Blackout Generation" (UK only, 2003) and "Resight Your Rights" (2004).
"Habeas Corpus," which is the Latin legal term for a person's right to seek relief from unlawful detention, is slated for a February 2009, release on Jive Records.
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