AUTUMN 1971 Focusing On 'A Much Darker, Deadlier Theme'

AUTUMN 1971, the London/Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based band featuring BLOOD OF CHRIST guitarist/founder Jeff Longo alongside original BLOOD OF CHRIST vocalist Jason Deaville, has

"It's been quite sometime since our last update. Unfortunately, life keeps us busy with other mundane, trivial tasks. But don't fret, we have recently been in discussions in which we've decided to take the band in an interesting lyrical, conceptual direction! We don't want to give to much away, but future writing (both musically and lyrically) will focus on a much darker, deadlier theme! Lastly, we would just like you all to know that we are serious about this project, and writing has commenced once again. This needs to be done."

AUTUMN 1971 earlier in the year uploaded its first demo track, entitled "The Last Leaf", to its MySpace page. "This song was created over the past two years as a collaboration between Jason Deaville and Jeff Longo — which led to the inception of AUTUMN 1971 in the first place," the group previously wrote in a statement. "The guitars and drum tracks were recorded by Dan Hulse at Obsidian Sound Studio in the autumn of 2004, while the vocals were added during autumn 2006 by Jason Deaville. Note — this is an edited down version; there is an entire epic clean section that will come later... the file size was just too large for MySpace — the actual song culminates at over the 11-minute mark."


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