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Kylesa set to release new album

Wednesday, January 7, 2009 8:47 PM PT

Official press release:

Kylesa's eagerly anticipated new album, Static Tensions, is set for a March 17th release via Prosthetic Records and will be quickly followed by the April 2nd launch of a nationwide tour alongside The Haunted at Pomona, Calif.'s Glass House.

Guitarist/vocalist Phillip Cope produced Static Tensions, which was recorded at the Jam Room in Columbia, SC. Discussing the mindset behind the new album, "It was definitely a lot more thought out. We have the hindsight of some of the mistakes we've made in the past, so we were able to avoid making them again on this record. I think we came away from the experience with our best stuff yet."

"All of our records sound pretty different, but with the same core vibe or sound, and I think the new record has our core Kylesa sound, but branches out even more to incorporate more of our rock and psychedelic influences," adds guitarist/vocalist Laura Pleasants.

With artwork done by Baroness' John Dyer Baizley, Static Tensions will also see a simultaneous vinyl release on 20 Buck Spin.

Static Tensions track listing:

Insomnia For Months
Said and Done
Unknown Awareness
Running Red
Nature's Predators
Almost Lost
Only One
To Walk Alone

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