North Carolina punk legends ANTISEEN will be entering the studio this week to begin work on their next full-length album. Tentatively entitled "Badwill Ambassadors", the album will be recorded in two separate 10-song sessions. The CD will consist or 10 to 12 of these recorded tracks with the others being used for future 7" and compilation releases. The band will once again be working with producer and musician Jamie Hoover at Hooverama Studios.In the meantime you can get your ANTISEEN fix by checking out the newly released 276-page "coffee table book" "Destructo Maximus" and the soon-to-be-released DVD of the ANTISEEN 20th Anniversary Show, which took place last year in Charlotte, NC. The DVD features tons of rarely played old classics and special appearances by past members of the band. Also featured is "plenty of blood, flying glass, exploding washboards, barbed wire induced mayhem, and other acts of senseless destructo rock," according to an official press release. For information on these and all other available ANTISEEN releases, go to the band's official web site at www.antiseen.com.
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