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Evergreen Terrace set to record new album

Monday, April 27, 2009 2:45 PM PT
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Jacksonville, Florida's Evergreen Terrace has announced "Almost Home" as the title of their forthcoming release. The band is now gearing up to enter Audio Hammer Studios in Orlando, FL with Jason Suecof (Trivium, The Black Dahlia Murder), who will be recording vocals and handling mixing, with the rest of the tracking scheduled to take at Martell Studios in Kingsland, GA with Stan Martell. "Almost Home" is set for a September release via Metal Blade Records.

Guitarist Josh James comments: "Crunch time has now approached us, with just 1 week before we go into the studio. As always, we've given a lot and gone through even more during this writing period. From a member of the band leaving to a death in the family: we have accepted the changes that have come and gone in our lives and it all shows in this next batch of songs. I think this record will surprise the new listeners as well as have the old ones stoked. I'd say its best described as a good mixture of Burned Alive by Time and Wolfbiker, but of course, like every band says, 'it's the best record we've done yet!' If you already hate our band then chances are you'll hate this record, if you already love our band then be prepared to have a new favorite ET record. Regardless, we're stoked."




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