Canadian grind/metal band FUCK THE FACTS has posted behind-the-scenes footage of the recording sessions for the group's new seven-inch EP, "Unnamed". The 35-second clip, which was filmed in November 2009, can be viewed below.The drums for the EP were tracked on November 15 at Raven Street Studios by Dave Sarazin, while everything else was recorded at the band's own home studio. The mix was handled by FUCK THE FACTS' longtime friend Craig Boychuk (who recorded, mixed and mastered the group's last album, "Disgorge Mexico") at CB Audio. The mastering was overseen by Alan Douches (CONVERGE, MISFITS, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, HATEBREED, MASTODON) at West West Side Music in New Windsor, New York. "Unnamed" is tentatively scheduled for a late February independent release, just in time for FUCK THE FACTS' month-long European tour.
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