TITAN Signs To RELAPSE RECORDS
Relapse Records has announced the signing of Brooklyn, New York's TITAN. The band, which previously released material on Paradigms and Tee Pee Records, recently completed work on a new full-length album, "Sweet Dreams", for an October 12 release. The CD was recorded at Translator Audio in Brooklyn with engineer Brendan Tobin (MADE OUT OF BABIES, RED SPAROWES).
Commented TITAN's Josh Anzano: "'Sweet Dreams' has been the culmination of major urges welling up inside all of us to be a bit faster, a bit harder, a bit trippier and generally more aggro in our approach to writing, jamming out, and conceptualizing the songs and record as a whole. It's a lot tighter, but it's also a lot looser.
"We recorded with Brendan Tobin at his killer Translator Audio studio in Brooklyn and we're pretty fucking stoked on the final results, and we hope that you are too!"
TITAN has confirmed an August 22 New York show at Santos Party House, where they will perform alongside SAVIOURS, PRIESTESS and HAMSOKEN.
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