DIECAST have set "Internal Revolution" as the title of their highly anticipated new album, which is currently set for a September 19 release via Century Media Records. The group will hit the studio with acclaimed producer Zeuss (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL) next week, and this will also serve as their first recording effort with an entirely new rhythm section composed of Dennis Pavia (drums) and Brad Horion (bass). DIECAST are now more focused and determined than ever and can't wait to show the world what they are truly capable of creating.
Paul Stoddard (vocals) comments: "Longtime drummer Jason Costa is no longer with us, and we wish him best of luck in life. The losses don't end there. After a lengthy time of self-reflection, Jeremy Wooden has decided to hang up his bass. He was the father of DIECAST and is still considered a brother to all. We wish Jeremy and his lovely girlfriend Adriana nothing but the best for there future, and he will be terribly missed.
"As they say, with loss comes gain. It's with great pleasure that I get to announce two new members to the DIECAST family. Please welcome Dennis Pavia and Brad Horion. Dennis came to us before we even started officially looking for a replacement. We were so taken by his skill and ability to learn the material so quickly that we knew he would be the perfect fit. Brad (former bass player for BREADINGROUND) has been our tour manager for quite some time now and even filled in for Jeremy on our European tour with NAPALM DEATH. We are extremely proud to have both of these bitches now along for the ride and expect everyone to welcome them in with proper hazing and abuse.
"To our fans and friends, let there be no worries at all. DIECAST are now stronger than ever. We just finished writing our new record, 'Internal Revolution', and I think it's going to be one of the most diverse records to hit our scene to date. Guaranteed to be something for everyone. We start recording the new record next week in Hadley, Massachusetts with the well-known producer Zeuss, the god of recording heavy bands."