SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY: New Album Release Date Announced

Michigan-based deathcore band SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY has issued the following update:

"Now the guitars and bass [for the group's new album, 'Intervals'] are all done! For real. We're almost completely done tracking, just a couple little things to add here and there and then we'll be onto mixing and getting the finishing touches put on our weiners by the Banner.

"Right now Drew [guitar] and Joe [Cincotta] are going through tracks making little cuts and mixes here and there. Meanwhile — with our tracks officially done — Fox [vocals] and I can focus on more important things, like pounding some import ass in Need for Speed Underground.

"More importantly than all that, though, is that today our friends Nate Johnson [SINCE THE FLOOD, ex-THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD] and Seth Coleman [ex-THE ACACIA STRAIN] came to visit and Nate absolutely crushed his guest vocal spots and made us all hate ourselves for not being as awesome as he is.

"We're still hoping to rope another friend our two into coming out here and putting stuff on the record, but we'll see if those plans work out.

"We have an officially release date, too. 'Intervals' will be online and in stores everywhere on October 14th, so mark the date on your calendars or whatever."

SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY's latest CD, "Parasite", was released last year via Ferret Music.


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