Genghis Tron return from hiatus, recording new albumMonday, August 10, 2020 8:20 AM PT / 3,400 views
Experimental metal outfit Genghis Tron have officially announced their return. The band has begun recording their third full-length with producer Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studio in Salem, Massachusetts. The new album is their follow-up to the 2008 release of Board Up The House and will arrive via Relapse Records. Following the amicable departure of former vocalist Mookie Singerman, founding members Hamilton Jordan and Michael Sochynsky have been joined by two new collaborators: vocalist Tony Wolski and Sumac/Baptists drummer Nick Yacyshyn. "We said it was just a hiatus and we meant it! It's been incredible writing music again and hearing everything come together in the studio," says Sochynsky. "This is the album we've always wanted to write. We can't wait to share what we've been working on." Stay tuned.
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