ALL TOO HUMAN To Enter Studio In August

Texas-based progressive metallers ALL TOO HUMAN will enter the studio in August to record material for their next two CDs, the first of which is expected to surface in early 2006. A follow-up effort is tentatively due in August 2006. Songtitles set to appear on the upcoming CDs include "Juggernaut", "Cut Me", "Ruffian", and "Insurgent".

ALL TOO HUMAN, whose music is said to be influenced by such groups as DREAM THEATER, RUSH, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, FATES WARNING, SYMPHONY X, LED ZEPPELIN, MARILLION, and BLACK SABBATH, released their second CD, "Entropy", in Europe in June on Steelheart Records. The re-mastered release, which was originally issued in the U.S. in February 2002 via Nightmare Records, includes two bonus tracks, a 16-page color booklet with new artwork, photos, lyrics and liner notes.


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