Jack Off Jill Unveils New Album As Release Date Set

After unveiling their new album in Hollywood last week, the goth-rockers of Jack Off Jill have lined up a March 2000 release for the effort.

The band turned up at Hollywood's S.I.R. Studios last Monday to show off "Clear Hearts Grey Flowers," which displays the fruits of the band's union with producer (and former Nine Inch Nails drummer) Chris Vrenna, who joined the group for Monday's night's listening party.

In addition to Vrenna, Jack Off Jill also received help from drummer Norm Block and guitarist Clinton Walsh on "Clear Hearts Grey Flowers," which will arrive on March 14.

The folks at Risk Records have yet to choose a single from the album, but fans will find titles like "When I Am Queen," "Strawberry Gashes," "Witch Hunt," and "Cinnamon Spider" on the record, as well as a cover of the Cure nugget "Love Song."

Here's what you'll find when "Clear Hearts Grey Flowers" arrives next year:

  • "When I Am Queen"
  • "Fear Of Dying"
  • "Nazi Halo"
  • "Rabbiteen"

  • "Strawberry Gashes"
  • "Author Unknown"
  • "Vivica"
  • "Witch Hunt"
  • "Cinnamon Spider"
  • "Underjoyed"
  • "Surgery"
  • "Star No Star"
  • "Losing His Touch"
  • "Clear Hearts Grey Flowers"
  • "Love Song"