Finland's SUNRIDE have just entered Seawolf Studios (AMORPHIS, THE CURE, HANOI ROCKS) in Helsinki, Finland to begin recording their third album. "We've been basically locked in our rehearsal room during the past weeks putting final touches into the songs and making damn sure that this album will become our best," the band write on their web site. "Now everything's ready to go and the shit just needs to be recorded." The disc will be recorded, mixed and mastered with the group's own sound guy, Mikko, and produced, as usual, by the band themselves.The follow-up to last year's "Through the Red" is tentatively expected in February/March 2005 through People Like You Records. A video for the first single will be shot later this year. In addition, the band will record a DOZER cover for an upcoming SUNRIDE/DOZER picture seven-inch single where each band will record a cover song from the other group. A Scandinavian tour will likely take place in April, to be followed by a European trek in May.
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