Mute Math has setteled their lawsuit with Warner Brothers Records. The band left this message on their MySpace earlier this week.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the lawsuit is officially over. All issues are settled. Our label Teleprompt has just inked a new and improved deal with Warner Brothers that enables us to keep making and selling music exactly as we want. It feels incredible to finally have this legal crap out of the way. So now for the next step: everyone’s been working frantically to get the LP available in stores and on line as soon as possible. It is with great pleasure that I can announce that our record will be released nationwide September 26th, which, by the way, is also why we dropped off of Warped Tour last week. Sorry about any inconvenience, but we were back in the studio re-mastering the record, which now will include some additional tracks from the Reset EP.
May I take a moment and point out that none of this would have been possible without the overwhelming support all of you have given us over the past year. We took our best shot to get our music out in spite of a label deal gone sour it was those of you that went along with us that gave us the power to make things right. We couldn’t ask for better fans; were extremely grateful.
As far as the new release, I wanted to also mention that we’ll be including a bonus live EP in the first pressing that goes out this fall. Please consider this to be just a small token of thanks for helping our music get the chance to be heard on the world stage.
Well be heading out on tour this Fall with some of our favorite bands. The show will be colossal. We’ll see you there.