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Verse set to record new album

Wednesday, March 07, 2012 11:30 AM PT
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Recently reformed hardcore band Verse will be entering Machines with Magnets in Pawtucket, RI next week to record their fourth album, Bitter Clarity, Uncommon Grace. Recording sessions will run through the duration of the month, where the band will record 10 tracks that will "encompass all things Verse," according to vocalist Sean Murphy. "We always try to keep things fresh - we don't want to put the same record out over and over again. Bitter Clarity is a natural progression from our previous records; we want to do things on our own terms so we don't hit a wall like last time. We're just happy to be back to writing, recording, and having fun," Murphy continued.

Upon completion of recording Bitter Clarity, Uncommon Grace, Verse will head oVerseas to play Groezrock Festival in Belgium, and has plans to tour the West Coast later this summer, in addition to a European tour with Soul Control in July and August. Plans to hit South America, Japan, and Australia are also in the works for later this year, following the release of Bitter Clarity, Uncommon Grace through Bridge Nine Records.

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