ATREYU: More 'Lead Sails Paper Anchor' Webisodes Available

ATREYU has filmed a five-part video series documenting the recording process of the group's new album, "Lead Sails Paper Anchor", due out August 28. The band teamed with producer John Feldmann (THE USED, GOOD CHARLOTTE) on the follow-up to "A Death-Grip On Yesterday". The third and fourth installments of the video series take a look at bassist Mark McKnight's approach to his bass tracking and back-up vocals, while the fourth installment focuses around lead guitarist Dan Jacobs melting his fret board throughout his recording session on "Lead Sails Paper Anchor".

* Bass: Real Media, Windows Media, Quicktime
* Guitar Shred: Real Media, Windows Media, Quicktime

ATREYU, who will grace the October cover (on stands Aug. 21) of Revolver magazine, are currently previewing select songs from the new album while on the Family Values Tour, which sees them third on the bill and sharing the stage alongside the likes of KORN and EVANESCENCE.

Among their new tracks is hard-hitting lead single "Becoming the Bull", currently the No. 1 most added song at Active Rock radio and featured in EA Sports mega-popular new Madden '08 video game. The band recently shot a video for the song with director Kevin Kerslake (GREEN DAY, NIRVANA, SMASHING PUMPKINS) and is also confirmed for MTV2's "The Drop" for the week prior to their album release.


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