There are all sorts of rumors out there at the moment when it comes to Adam Lambert’s upcoming sophomore album, but there is one that is in many ways the granddaddy of them all — when is the actual disc coming out?
Thus far, all Adam has been careful to say in a number of interviews is that we will see new music at some point in the fall, but there really has not been any further confirmation outside of that. Now, a Twitter user from Germany is claiming that in the Sony Music International Newsletter, a release date for the album if given as November 4.
So is this locked in? It’s really a bit too early to say. First of all, you have to remember that release dates can be shifted around at the last minute for a number of reasons — including post-production difficulties, songs leaking too early, or even just for marketing reasons. Also, this date would likely be different from America if it sticks. (November 4 is a Friday, and most albums in the States drop on either Monday or Tuesday.)
As one of RCA’s own representatives says for the time being, don’t count on this date being absolutely correct just yet. While it’s pretty likely that we will see Adam’s album drop in November, the rep does mention that there could be a few issues to work out, including the recent departure by Adam from post-“American Idol” firm 19 Entertainment.
Would you be happy with an album release at any time in November?