The Pulse of Radio reports: 10 YEARS has announced "Division" as the title of its sophomore effort, with the album's release date tentatively set for March 4, 2008. The first single from the disc will be "Just Can't Win", while another tune titled "Focus" was co-written with former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and ARMY OF ANYONE guitarist Dean DeLeo. The band began recording the new CD in late June after spending the better part of a year writing, and bassist Lewis Cosby told The Pulse of Radio it wasn't an easy process. "This whole making of this album was a mess, and calling this record 'Division', like, you've got five completely different personalities," he said. "You know, we play in a band and we know each other forwards and backwards but, you know, outside of that, like, we're five completely, completely different people. And, you know, you've got five guys coming in here to make an album, and it's like pulling teeth there for a little while.""Division" will follow up the band's 2005 debut, "The Autumn Effect". 10 YEARS is currently on tour with SEVENDUST and plays in Rochester, New York on Friday (November 2). Following its stint with SEVENDUST, 10 YEARS will continue on the road next month with PAPA ROACH.
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