NewsJune 25, 2013 1:31 PM ET1,599 views

Warbringer recording new album

Official press release: Los Angeles thrashers Warbringer have entered the studio today to begin recording the follow-up to their third album, Worlds Torn Asunder. The band will once again be working with producer Steve Evetts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Sepultura) at his studio, The Omen Room, in Garden Grove, California. Warbringer has already written 11 songs and recording is expected to take 4-5 weeks. Drummer Carlos Cruz comments on entering the studio:
"Moving forward with our 4th full-length album has been a tremendous feat for the band and we are proud of the album we've written. The growth of the band with two new members (guitarist Jeff Potts and bassist Ben Mottsman) has produced a very eclectic sounding album that covers a lot of musical ground within the Heavy Metal genre. It's been a true collaboration and all five members have been able to write and contribute something new to the collective Warbringer sound. We hope all our fans will keep an open-mind towards our musical growth, but we promise no one will be disappointed. Deciding to work with Steve Evetts again was the best decision for the group because of our prior experience with him. His personality, attention to detail and ability to sonically capture what the band represents will make for an amazing 4th album experience. Two years is a long time to improve upon your craft, so we're excited to see what has become of Steve as a producer, and for him to see what has become of Warbringer since our last album. Looking forward to recording in the Summer So-Cal heat!"
The album is tentatively scheduled for an October release via Century Media Records.


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anonymous 6/25/2013 10:34:08 AM


anonymous 6/25/2013 12:22:47 PM

Fourth full length? I'm way behind.

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