Soul Asylum Releasing First New Album In Six Years

Soul Asylum will release their first album in six years, "Delayed Reaction," on July 17th. 429 Records had these details:

This time around, the veteran band is energized with a re-calibrated lineup that includes founders Dave Pirner and Dan Murphy alongside ex-Replacements, ex-Guns N' Roses bassist Tommy Stinson (who replaced original member Karl Mueller who passed away in 2006) and former Prince drummer Michael Bland.

"Delayed Reaction," which was produced by the band and overseen by John Fields, bristles with the tightly wound, slightly ragged vibe that characterized the band when they emerged straight out of Minneapolis.

The recording took place in various locations--beginning in Los Angeles and then relocating to New Orleans and Minneapolis and back to LA--each town giving the tracks a unique backdrop of local culture vibe.

Says Dave Pirner on the recording process: "It feels like approaching it as an album and a thing that has a sequence, and a thing that is a piece of work in itself is almost an archaic process… Honestly, it's more organic. Even though you're using some of this newer technology, the fact that you're doing it yourself is what made it take so long and the process unique, this time."

Soul Asylum will hit the road in support of the album.

"Delayed Reaction" Track Listing:
Into The Light
The Streets
By The Way
Pipe Dream
Let's All Kill Each Other
Cruel Intentions
The Juice
Take Manhattan
I Should've Stayed In Bed

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