Rott Feeds Hungry Fans with New Album

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Idaho based female-fronted Goth metal act Rott has just released their first full-length album "Out of Time" after the single "Afterlife" received worldwide airplay.

Idaho-based female-fronted Goth metal act Rott has released their first full-length album "Out of Time" after the single "Afterlife" received worldwide airplay.

Rott entered the studio in April 2007 and released the single "Afterlife" June 1, 2007, which appears on their new release "Out of Time" due out in September. "Afterlife" was an immediate hit for fans starving for new material from the group which hails from Spirit Lake, Idaho, where they formed in May 2001. The single was picked up immediately on Internet radio station Livehardrock.com and an interview with lead singer Molly Sirenne on mainstream rock station Rock 94 ½ in Spokane, Washington, followed on June 8.

This is not the first time the band has received such amazing support from media and fans alike. "I am so fortunate to have such a positive response from fans," said lead singer Molly, "it is so awesome."

Thanks to the overwhelming response from European fans after their 2002 debut CD received airplay in Greece, Rott then became noticed in major webzines Born to Die'zine in Poland, Temple of Metal in Greece, rock-in-chair.com in France and even received attention in Argentina from webzine musicextreme.com.

Grab a taste of "Out of Time" at http://www.myspace.com/rottband and Bon Appétit!

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