The Last Vegas Release 'Bloodthirsty' Video
The band's first material since 2014's Sweet Salvation was mixed by Swede Chris Laney, with the band saying they wanted him onboard as they were looking for a more European feel on the record.
The band say: "We chipped away at each track's session, layering guitars, Moog synths, bongos, bells, wind chimes, and even an old-school talk-box. Chris's mixes just kept blowing us away.
"He asked if he could go crazy in the mixes, and we demanded he do so. We found the soul in rock'n'roll - from both Chicago and Stockholm. But let's not get too serious, I mean the album is called Eat Me after all." Watch the video here.
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