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Spitfire to record new album this summer

Monday, February 19, 2007 11:42 AM PT

Spitfire has been holed up in their Virginia Beach, VA studio since September working on their next album for Goodfellow Records.

The band will begin pre-production this April with engineer Chris Dohwen (Twelve Tribes, Cassius), followed by a month-long recording in July with Eric Rachel (Lifetime, Every Time I Die) at Trax East in New Jersey.

"We are writing what is turning out to be the darkest, heaviest, and most diverse record any of us have ever written," says Spitfire guitarist Dan Tulloh. "Our approach to this record is to saturate it with more emotion than we ever have put into our music before."

This new, as-yet untitled album will be released this fall.


2/19/2007 11:48:02 AM
dearrrrrrrrrr johnnnnnnnnnnn

2/19/2007 11:48:59 AM
cool. seriously.

2/19/2007 11:49:58 AM
One of very few metalcore bands worth listening to still

2/19/2007 12:01:45 PM
hell. yes.

2/19/2007 12:03:59 PM
very. cool.

2/19/2007 12:19:57 PM
This might be interesting.

2/19/2007 12:47:51 PM
shit nads, break the shaq up already, boytouchers

2/19/2007 12:52:46 PM
I'm into it.

2/19/2007 1:31:03 PM
yessss looking forward to this.

2/19/2007 1:33:33 PM
seriously, why do people jock this. its comprised of gays from shit bands. the end result is the same as others.

2/19/2007 1:52:27 PM
good dudes, glad to see they're still doing shit, I figured they fell into another hiatus.

2/19/2007 1:55:04 PM
first album was sweet, self-help was pretty good

2/19/2007 2:01:19 PM
i hope this is better than the last one. self help was like a rehashed untalented version of Scarlet

2/19/2007 2:14:41 PM
This will be good. Self Help was the best thing they've done.

2/19/2007 2:49:19 PM
anything after the dead next door blows

2/19/2007 3:24:05 PM
"darkest, heaviest, " NEVER heard a band say that before. but i love this band i cant wait.

2/19/2007 3:58:07 PM
awesomeness cannot wait

2/19/2007 5:11:52 PM
The Dead Next Door & Slideshow Whiplash were both great in different aspects. Self-Help was a bit of a lackluster for what they're capable of. Looking forward to the new release.

2/19/2007 5:18:09 PM
people like this band?

2/20/2007 1:20:13 PM
I love this band

2/21/2007 9:14:47 AM
True words from Mr. DeathComesRippin! Darker and heavier than The Dead Next Door? Be my guest.