Lannen Fall, winners of our Saints & Sinners contest, will be heading into the studio mid-November to record tracks with John Naclerio at Nada Studios and will be posting at least one of them soon after at their MySpace. The band also have a few dates coming up with Sound the Alarm and The High Court that you can find more info for below. For those of you attending Saints & Sinners, the band will be playing at 2:50 PM on Sunday at the Paramount Stage.
Chicago's 2*Sweet has canceled the next two months of touring to finishing writing, re-writing, and recording with first full-length LP. They'll be recording in the studio with VuDu's Mike Watts (The Junior Varsity, The Fold) with the release set in early 2008. Also, after recording, they will be embarking on a small tour with Fireworks and The High Court in mid December.
Damiera is currently in pre-production to record the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, M(US)IC, this winter. Jayson Dezuzio, now the band's bassist, will produce again, along with singer Dave Raymond. While in the studio, the band will post periodic video blogs detailing the recording process. Their current tour with Moros Eros and The Stiletto Formal will your last opportunity to catch Damiera live until 2008.
Murder By Death have entered the studio with producer Trina Shoemaker to record their new album titled Red Of Tooth And Claw. The band also has some shows lined up after they are done recording. The dates can be seen in the replies.
Most Precious Blood have completed ten tracks for their upcoming full-length, tentatively titled Do Not Resuscitate. The act plan to enter the studio shortly, with the aforementioned release expected to follow early next year via Trustkill Records.
Farewell to Freeway have posted the first installment in an ongoing studio diary, documenting the group's progress as they record their debut, full-length effort. The footage can be seen here. The outfit will issue the release on February 19th courtesy of Victory Records.
From First to Last are offerings fans an exclusive look at the recording of their next, conclusive effort, which will see a release next year courtesy of Suretone Records. The footage can be seen in the replies. The quartet issued their latest offering, Heroine, last year via Epitaph Records.
Anti-Flag have entered the studio with producer Tony Visconti (David Bowie, Morrissey) to record their next, full-length effort. The group are currently preparing for the release of their charitable EP, A Benefit for Victims of Violent Crime, which will become available on October 2nd courtesy of A-F Records.
Call It Arson is at God City Studios this week, recording a new 7" with Kurt Ballou. It should see a release in early 2008 on Kill Normal Records. They also have some upcoming tour dates which can be seen below.
Damiera will return to the studio this November to begin work on their forthcoming, full-length release, which is expected to see release next year courtesy of Equal Vision Records. The quartet are currently touring in support of their latest offering, M(US)IC, which is available now via the label.
Showbread have made two, exclusive videos available for viewing, documenting the recording of their forthcoming, full-length effort, which is scheduled for a first-quarter release next year via Tooth and Nail Records. The videos can be seen in the replies.
Sing it Loud will enter the studio this October with producer Jordan Schmidt to record a handful of new material. In a recent interview with Pop Zap Music, lead vocalist Pat Brown stated the group will use the aforementioned recordings to "shop around." The outfit are currently touring in support of their debut, self-titled release, which is available now via digital retailers.
The A.K.A.s have entered the studio with acclaimed producer Alex Newport (At the Drive-In, The Mars Volta) to record their sophomore, full-length release. The album is scheduled for a first quarter release next year via an undisclosed record label.
Crash Romeo have begun tracking for their forthcoming, full-length album at Portrait Studios in New Jersey with producer Chris Badami (The Starting Line, The Early November). The group will be posting weekly video blogs documenting the process via their myspace profile.
Ferret Music outfit In Flames have entered the recording studio to begin work on their forthcoming, full-length release. You can watch a studio diary documenting the process in the replies. The album, a follow-up to the act's previous effort, Come Clarity, will hit stores at a later date via the label.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based pop-punk outfit Punchline have selected Sean O'Keefe (Fall Out Boy, Hawthorne Heights) to produce the second half of their forthcoming, currently untitled release, which is scheduled to hit shelves next year courtesy of Fueled by Ramen Records.
The Weakend is going in to the studio from September 15th to September 30th writing their new album, Tornado Days, with Nik Tyler and Matt Robnett (Valencia, Four Year Strong). They've also announced the track listing.
Rise Against are planning to hit the studio to work on their fifth album when they finish supporting their last release, The Sufferer and The Witness. Expect it to be released sometime in the summer of 2008.
Swedish pop-punk outfit Millencolin have unveiled plans to begin recording their seventh studio album on November 1st at Sound Lab Studios in Írebro, Sweden. The album has been slated for a second quarter release via Epitaph Records.
Tokyo Police Club will be heading into the studio soon to record their debut full length album with producer Peter Katis (Interpol, The National). The album is set to come out early next year through Saddle Creek.
Emanuel will be recording an acoustic EP with acoustic versions of four songs on their new album Black Earth Tiger: "Cottonmouth," "My Antapex," "Scenotaph" and "Whiteflag (reprise)." The EP will be a bonus for fans that pre-order the album from interpunk and will not be sold in stores (except for select indie stores listed below). The band also has announced some September record release shows, after their four-week tour with The Receiving End of Sirens which starts next week. The band will be touring the US again in November.
In a few weeks, Holiday Parade will be entering the studio with Armand Petrie (Goo Goo Dolls, Sixpence None the Richer, 10000 Maniacs) to record a new song tentatively titled "Right Now", which will be made available on their Myspace.com page immediately after. Also, you can see a few insane pictures from their Raleigh, NC show in the replies.
Story of the Year are currently off tour and writing for their new album; this summer they will begin recording. The band has already selected a producer, but they're keeping that a secret for now. They'll be providing updates on their progress and the process via their website.
Weezer is polishing up a batch of songs for a recording session that will start sometime in July. This will be the final recording session for the band's sixth album and follow-up to Make Believe, which they plan to release in the first half of 2008.