English Album Dropped???
Some major news as an update for you now regarding the album (from Cherry Tree Records):
In a completely unexpected move, Cherrytree records have pulled the plug on the English version of Tokio Hotel’s new album.
Cherrytree/Interscope Records CEO Mark Williams reports that, due to the increasing amount of pressure and workload that is plaguing the band, Cherrytree has decided to drop the English version of the new album.
“The boys have been under increasing stress to deliver this album within the required date,” explains Tokio Hotel’s producer David Jost. “Having to record two albums, both in a different language has really taken its toll on the quality of songs, and also the bands health.” According to Jost, the boys are really upset.
The new album, set to be released in June, will be the third album Tokio Hotel has produced. And the first album with their new contract with Cherrytree Records. It was set to be recorded in German and in English, so it is to cater to fans all over the world.
Tokio Hotel have been unavailable for comment, though their management assures us that they are extremely upset by this turn of events.
“Tokio Hotel has been working really hard on the new album, sometimes even giving up their sleep just to get it right,” Jost says. “The pressure of recording one album is enough for them, once they have finished their world tour, next year they will record an English album.”
Now we all know that that is some pretty intense news and let us all understand that the boys health is much more important than a new CD and Australia will always be here and waiting for them to show their love and support.
By the way... sources wanted to say APRIL FOOLS!!!!!!