STAIND Guitarist Talks About Recording Process For 'Chapter V'

Launch Radio Networks reports: STAIND's new single, "Right Here", could very well refer to the band's method of recording its upcoming album, "Chapter V". The New England-based group worked in a studio close to the members' homes and even in its rehearsal space. Guitarist Mike Mushok told Launch that working that way was a positive experience. "I'm about 45 minutes from where we practice, where we kind of made this little studio and, you know, you get to get home on weekends, you're not living in a hotel room, and you get to go home at night," he said. "It's just so much better. We live in hotel rooms all the time, and for me, it's just so much nicer to be able to kind of get away from that atmosphere and, you know, stay at home."

"Chapter V" arrives in stores on August 9.

STAIND, along with BREAKING BENJAMIN and NO ADDRESS, will open for 3 DOORS DOWN on a North American tour that begins on June 30 in Manchester, Tennessee.


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