Now&Then/Frontiers     May 28, 2001

Taken from the MelodicRock.com website:
After several delays and even more news leaks - including from the band themselves - the mystery band I spoke of last month is Canadian melodic rockers Harem Scarem.Next time I go to create a little advance buzz and fun speculation I will wait until the contract ink is dry - as delays in confirming that has left me unable to follow up my initial tease!
Thankfully that is now complete and Harem Scarem will return to their classic Mood Swings best with a new album set for release in February 2002.
The band have signed to Now & Then Productions / Frontiers Records for the release. The band had previously stated that their name change to Rubber was a permanent thing, but being free from the constraints of their Warner Bros. contract has brought a change of heart.
Also rejoining the band is drummer Darren Smith.
Band front man Harry Hess told me exclusively a couple of weeks ago that they had decided that the time was right to make a classic melodic rock record. And straight from Harry is news that Rubber is dead and at this stage will not be an ongoing concern. As an outlet for Harry's modern rock leanings, the singer will record a solo album for release also next year.
Harem Scarem are wasting no time getting back into action, with live appearances in Canada already this month and more over the coming summer.