BLINDSIDE To Begin Work On New Album

Sweden's BLINDSIDE have set "About A Burning Fire" as the title for their upcoming album, which they plan to begin recording shortly with producer Howard Benson (P.O.D., SEPULTURA, COLD). "We are all very excited about this new record and the new opportunities it will bring," the band said in a statement posted on their official web site. "We have learned so much over the last year of touring and playing live, and we feel inspired by so many of you to make this record more than we can even imagine right now." A late 2003 release through 3 Points/Elektra Records is expected. In other news, the group filmed their performance at this year's Cornerstone Festival for an upcoming DVD that will likely be included with the new album.


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