AUGUST BURNS RED: Footage From The Studio Posted Online

Video footage of drummer Matt Greiner of the Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based Christian metalcore quintet AUGUST BURNS RED laying down a track for the band's upcoming third full-length album can be viewed below. The CD is being recorded with producer Jason Suecof, the man behind the curtain of heralded albums by bands like SEVENDUST, ALL THAT REMAINS, GOD FORBID and TRIVIUM.

AUGUST BURNS RED's steady climb up the ranks of metal's future pioneers began with an auspicious start via the release of 2007's "Messengers", an album which not only debuted at number 81 on the Billboard Top 200, but has gone on to sell 76,000+ copies since its release.

AUGUST BURNS RED recently celebrated its breakthrough with the release of a collection of B-sides and Outtakes from the "Messengers" sessions entitled "Lost Messengers: The Outtakes", which came out on February 24.
ABR prepared "Lost Messengers" as a record for the diehard fans, a mix of new songs, cover songs (such as the band's well-known take on "Carol Of The Bells", which was utilized heavily in television and online spots for Frank Miller's ("300", "Sin City") film "The Spirit" and unheard production demos, all wrapped up in a package containing hand-written notes from the band explaining the thought process and/or lyrical content behind each song, further personalizing the connection between band and fan.


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