The grunge band Grunger is back with their third studio album, Grungy, which drops October 20th on Fat Records.
The album was recorded with bassist/vocalist Lisa Siegel and producer-vocalists Koyuki Nakamura and Kimiko Yano.
“We are thrilled to announce that Grungedust will be releasing our new album,” the band said in a press release.
“It is a new chapter for us, and we are excited to be able to share it with the world.”
The new album is Grunty, which is the band’s third studio record.
Grungers new album, “Grungy,” was recorded at Fat Records in New York City, and features the vocals of Lisa Sigg, bassist and vocalist Koyuko Nakamura, producer Kimiko Yamada, and Koyuko Nakamura’s ex-boyfriend and the lead guitarist for Grunga.
“As much as we love grungy and the genre, the last few years have been rough for us,” the Grunges guitarist explained.
“So this new album was a chance to heal and get back on the right track.”
“Grunk” is the third Grunggers album since the band disbanded in 2011.
The band was nominated for several awards including Album of the Year at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, including Best New Artist for the song “We Can’t Wait.”
They have released three studio albums and a live album.
The group’s next full-length album, called Grungel, will be released later this year.
They also recently wrapped production on their first full-album, Grunk-a-Rita.
The first single from Grunk was released on October 13th, 2016.
In the latest episode of “Grunger,” the group played an instrumental version of “Grunt.”
“I’m so happy for the fans who are getting excited and saying, ‘You know what, I love this album,’ because I don’t know if they’ve been paying attention to our music,” Lisa Siglens brother-in-law told “Grundtvr.”
“It’s been good to have that music be a part of this record, because it’s been a lot of hard work to get there.”