Matt from Tourmaline is in the middle of building a new recording studio, White Heat Studios, in Fairfield, NJ. It should be open for business in mid-December. For more information, head over to the studio's myspace. Matt will start recording ActionReaction's new demos and starting pre-production on Red Light Green Light's new album in mid-December also.
The Get Go (ex-Mest, Allister, and Showoff) entered the studio with producer Marc McClusky on Monday to start recording their debut full length. They will be hard at work on the album until November 6th.
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.
June will be doing weekly picture, video, and blog updates on their exclusive Fuse studio blog to document their time in the studio recording their sophomore album "Make It Blur" with producer, Mark McClusky.
Full Serve Sounds has opened in Orange County, NY. Producer/engineer Mike Kalajian (Ever We Fall, NearMiss, The Years Gone By) will be behind the boards. Small Towns Burn a Little Slower will be the first band using the new studio to record their upcoming Triple Crown release. If you are interested in working with Mike, check out the website, or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
The Starting Line will be spending January in a Hollywood studio recording the follow-up to Based On A True Story with Howard Benson (Head Automatica, All-American Rejects, My Chemical Romance, Saosin, Relient K). FYI, the band is heading in with 15+ demos.
You can watch a video of Big D and the Kids Table in the studio, in which you can hear a new song entitled "Fly Away," in the replies. The track is set to appear on the band's forthcoming, full-length release, Strictly Rude, which is due out next year via Side One Dummy Records.
New Atlantic and their manager Matt Watts will be doing an exclusive "In The Studio" video interview with us at AbsolutePunk in the very near future. If you have any questions you'd like to ask the band regarding their new album, please post them in the replies. Who knows, maybe you'll get a sneak peak at a couple of the songs in the video: get stoked.
Madness, whose original members officially reformed in 1992 after an extensive hiatus, have made a brand new studio recording available online. The track, entitled "Sorry," which features guest appearances by dual, UK-based hip-hop artists, Sway and Baby Blue, is set to appear on a limited edition 7", tentatively titled Lucky 7, scheduled for an early December release. The song is available for streaming at the group's official MySpace page.
Madness, who are currently writing and recording the follow-up effort to 1999's Wonderful, are preparing to embark on a tour of the United Kingdom with Hellcat Records' reggae revivalists, The Aggrolites. You can find the tour's brief schedule...
Sum 41 have entered the studio today to record their follow up to Chuck. Expect their yet to be titled album out in the Spring or Summer of 2007. Have a look at the band's recap of the first day in from their Island Records journal.
By Autumn's End are heading into the studio this weekend to begin working on their debut full-length for Hand of Hope Records. The CD is still untitled, but they will be recording with Jason Zubricky and aiming for a release date in March 2007.
Rediscover has entered the studio to begin pre-production on their debut full length with Matt Squire (Panic! at the Disco, Boys Like Girls, Cute Is What We Aim For) and Pete Thornton (Paramore, Between The Trees). The band will be taking time off to play a NYC show at BB Kings November 1st with Mute Math, We Are The Fury, Scenes From A Movie, A Static Lullaby and more as part of the Purevolume CMJ Showcase. The debut EP Call Me When You Get This is available now for free download here.
The Secret Handshake recently posted some pictures from the studio right here. The band is currently recording their Triple Crown debut with Cory Kildruff, formally of The Rise. Expect the effort to drop early in 2007.
LoveHateHero entered the studio today with producer Cameron Webb (Silverstein, Motorhead) to record their second full length for Ferret. Expect the effort to be released around the beginning of the year.
Race The Sun entered Cannon Found Soundation in Union City, NJ today with Producer Jesse Cannon (Houston Calls, Lifetime). The band will be recording 2 new songs which you should be able to hear online soon.
The Years Gone By will be heading into the studio with Mike Kalajian (Ever We Fall, NearMiss) soon to record some new material to shop to a handful of interested labels. Their self-titled debut has also been restocked on Smartpunk.