Boston metalcore band DIECAST has entered a Miami, Florida studio with longtime producer Paul Trust to begin recording its new album for a 2013 release.
The first in a series of video clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the studio can be seen below.
DIECAST parted ways with Century Media Records in 2008, two years after the release of the band's latest album, "Internal Revolution".
DIECAST greatly expanded its diehard fan base after completing two massive North American tours alongside SEVENDUST, in addition to breaking through to Active Rock radio with the "Fade Away" and "Nothing I Could Say" singles.
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Paul Stoddard - Vocals
Dennis Pavia - Drums
Jon Kita - Lead Guitar
Eddie Barton - Bass
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