TRIGGER POINT To Enter Studio This Weekend

Los Angeles-based band TRIGGER POINT has begun pre-production on its new album, tentatively titled "Giving Up The Ghost", with producer Shaun Lopez (DEFTONES, WILL HAVEN, DEMON HUNTER). Vocalist Taylor Wallace states, "We are all very excited about making this record. It pretty much captures everything we have been through in the last three years. The music is epic, to say the least. We have been working on it just about every day for the last year, and are finally ready to get in the studio and bring it to life."

The band is set to begin recording on November 3 at L.A.'s Bomb Shelter Studios.

TRIGGER POINT's next live appearance will take place this Friday, November 2 at the Key Club in West Hollywood.

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