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Garbage have announced their seventh studio album ‘No Gods no Masters’, due out on 11 June 2021.

The band have also revealed the first new music to come from the release in the form of track ‘The Men Who Rule The World’, alongside an accompanying music video created by Chilean film director, animator and painter Javi.MiAmor.

WATCH IT HERE:

Produced by Garbage alongside long-time collaborator Billy Bush, the makings of ‘No Gods No Masters’ first began in the summer of 2018 when the quartet sketched out the skeleton of the album over two weeks in the Palm Springs desert. After spending time together jamming, experimenting and feeling the songs out, they went their separate ways with the demos, before later reconvening in Los Angeles to finish the record.

They have also confirmed that they will release a deluxe version of the album, which will feature covers of classic songs as well as rare Garbage tracks.

The band are currently scheduled to Blondie on their Against The Odds Tour as special guests in November 2021 – full details:

Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 06 Nov
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 08
Manchester AO Arena, 09
Hull Bonus Arena, 11
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 12
Brighton Centre, 14
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 16
London The O2, 18
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 20
Leeds First Direct Arena, 21

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Garbage ‘No Gods No Masters’ Full Album Tracklisting:

The Men Who Rule the World
The Creeps
Uncomfortably Me
Wolves
Waiting for God
Godhead
Anonymous XXX
A Woman Destroyed
Flipping the Bird
No Gods No Masters
This City Will Kill You

Deluxe Edition:

The Men Who Rule the World
The Creeps
Uncomfortably Me
Wolves
Waiting for God
Godhead
Anonymous XXX
A Woman Destroyed
Flipping the Bird
No Gods No Masters
This City Will Kill You
No Horses
Starman
Girls Talk feat. Brody Dalle
Because the Night feat. Screaming Females
On Fire
The Chemicals feat. Brian Aubert
Destroying Angels feat. John Doe & Exene Cervenka
Time Will Destroy Everything

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