PUDDLE OF MUDD Finish Recording New Album
Guitarist Paul Phillips reports that PUDDLE OF MUDD have finished recording their sophomore disc. "The record is finally done," Phillips writes on the band's official site. "I'm sure that everyone was beginning to wonder if that was ever gonna happen. We were too. Anyway, Andy Wallace is going to mix the record again. He is scheduled to start in the next couple of weeks, but everything sounds amazing already. So the record's done and we can't wait to get out on the road again.
"We'll be doing about a week of U.S. shows toward the end of July, and then we'll be heading to Japan in early August. We haven't been there yet, so it should be fun. Then we'll be back promoting the record and preparing for a new tour in late September or early October."
PUDDLE OF MUDD's second effort, "Life In Display", is due in early September through Interscope Records. The band recorded 18 songs with producer John Kurzweg, who worked on the group's debut as well as CREED's three albums.
Among the tracks set to appear on "Life In Display" are the following:
01. Already Gone
02. Spin You Around
03. Away From Me
04. Sittin' at the Bottom
05. Mountain Song
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