Red Hot Chili Peppers Guitarist ‘Postpones’ Album


Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer has postponed his new Dot Hacker release due to manufacturing issues. Klinghoffer and Dot Hacker wrote on social media:

Well we’ve got some good news and some bad news…

Orders for the “Neon Arrow b/w Rewire” vinyl 7” and the tri-color splatter vinyl edition of “Inhibition” are finished and will be shipping out this week as planned!

Unfortunately the “Divination” vinyl 7″ release has been postponed due to ongoing manufacturing setbacks which are out of our control. Vinyl pressing plants are facing record delays. We’re now being told the release won’t be finished until late June or early July. If you ordered the 7″, you’ll receive digital downloads of the release this Friday, April 30th, as originally scheduled.

If your order for “Divination” includes “Neon Arrow b/w Rewire” and/or “Inhibition” splatter vinyl, those two releases will still ship out this week. Org Music has agreed to pay for the extra shipping costs in order to ship these orders separately, so that the delays for “Divination” will not effect the other two releases.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support!